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Baldovinetti, Alessio (1425 - 1499)
Portrait of a Lady in YellowDate: probably 1465
Technique: Other/Unknown technique
Museum: National Gallery
Egg tempera and oil on wood
62.9 x 40.6 cm
"The profile was used for portraits by many painters of the Early Renaissance. Baldovinetti's representation of a lady in yellow is one of the most striking of such designs, showing the sitter almost to the waist. Stitched to her sleeve is a device of three palm leaves which is probably not merely a decorative pattern but the emblem of her family or of one into which she has married, or is soon to marry into." National Gallery, London
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