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Portrait of Beatrice d'Este and Massimiliano Sforza; half-length in profile to left, the sleeves of which are decorated with bows, her hair plaited and dressed with pearls and jewels
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Height: 284 millimetres
Width: 211 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- A copy after the figure in the Pala Sforzesca (Milan, Brera), which was painted for the church of S Ambrogio ad Nemus, Milan, on the orders of Ludovico Sforza, il Moro, guardian of the Duke of Milan and, in 1494, Duke of Milan himself. It depicts the Virgin and Child, the four Doctors of the Church, Ludovico il Moro, his wife, Beatrice d'Este, and Ludovico's two sons.
For a list of Antonio Campi drawings with inscriptions verifying the attribution by his son Claudio see Nicolas Schwed, 'Dessins anciens et du 19ème siècle', 2008, no. 3.
Lit.: G. Bora et al, in exhib. cat., Cremona, 'I Campi e la cultura artistica cremonese del 500', 1985, no. 2.13.12, p.307-308.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1985 Apr-Jul, Cremona, Comune de Cremona, 'Campi', no. 2.13.12
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