Portrait of a woman
The work is mentioned as part of the Collection beginning with the fidei commissum of 1833. Attributable broadly to an anonymous Tuscan of the 16th century, the painting portrays a woman with her hair gathered in a headpiece and whose low neckline shows a fine blouse, indicating that she belongs to a high social class, as does the necklace with a pendant.
Medium | oil on canvas, cm 46 x 33
Inventory | 89
Period | '500
Classification | painting