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Sofonisba Anguissola - Self portrait
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Annibale Carracci - Bean eaters
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Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - Moses with the tablets of the law
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Agnolo di Cosimo, detto il Bronzino - Venus, Cupid and Satyr
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Jan Brueghel il Vecchio - The Concerto of Orpheus in the Underworld for Pluto and Proserpina
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Jacopo Robusti, detto Tintoretto - Narcissus at the source
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Jacopo Robusti, detto Tintoretto - Portrait of Onofrio Panvinio
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Cosmè Tura - San Maurelio and San Paolo with cardinal Bartolomeo roverella
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Paolo Caliari, detto il Veronese - Portrait of a gentleman
Sofonisba Anguissola - Self portrait
Annibale Carracci - Bean eaters
Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - Moses with the tablets of the law
Agnolo di Cosimo, detto il Bronzino - Venus, Cupid and Satyr
Jan Brueghel il Vecchio - The Concerto of Orpheus in the Underworld for Pluto and Proserpina
Jacopo Robusti, detto Tintoretto - Narcissus at the source
Jacopo Robusti, detto Tintoretto - Portrait of Onofrio Panvinio
Cosmè Tura - San Maurelio and San Paolo with cardinal Bartolomeo roverella
View on Piazza Navona
Paolo Caliari, detto il Veronese - Portrait of a gentleman

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The famous Venetian painter portrays the Augustinian monk Onofrio Panvinio, a very learned and industrious humanist, who attended to research and interpretations of Roman antiquities. Characteristic of the Tintoretto language are the effects of light that specifically illuminate the face and hands to enhance the erudition of the portrayed, accentuated by a lively look at the observer. The ancient history of the painting can be traced back to 1672, when it is described in the will of the Salviati family in Florence. From 1718, it became part of the Colonna collection as part of the marriage dowry of Caterina Zeffirina Salviati, who married Fabrizio Colonna.

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