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ELEONORA OF TOLEDO AND HER SON
Agnolo Bronzino(Italian, 1503-1572)
- c. 1545/1550
- Oil on panel
- 47 7/8 x 39 3/8 in. 121.8 x 100.0 cm Framed: 66 x 57 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. (167 x 146.1 x 14.0 cm.)
- European Painting
- Gift of Mrs. Ralph Harman Booth in memory of her husband Ralph Harman Booth
- Accession No.
- London, Samuel Woodburn (dealer-1882), according to errata in price catalogue of Hamilton palace sale; Glasgow, Hamilton Palace, Alexander, 10th Duke of Hamilton (until 1852); By inheritance, 12th Duke of Hamilton (until 1882) London, auction, Collection Duke of Hamilton, (Christie's), 24 June 1882, lot 399 (to J.W. Vokins (dealer) acting for H. Bingham Mildmay); London & Flete, Devon, Collection H. Bingham Mildmay (until 1893); London, auction, H. Bingham Mildmay, (Christie's) 24 June 1893, lot 9 (sold for 780 Â£); London (?), Collection Charles Fairfax Murray (dealer-1893); Paris/New York, Kleinberger Galleries (dealer), bought November 1, 1922 (no. 15,510); sold to Grosse Pointe, MI, Ralph Harman Booth, by end of 1923 (for $6500 or $7500); By descent, Mrs. Ralph H. Booth, by whom given to the DIA in 1942.
- paint, panel, three quarter length, portrait, wood, double portrait
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