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Portrait of Count Fortunato Martinengo Cesaresco (?)
Deutsch: Alexander Tuma: Die Geschichte der Kürschnerei, Verlag Alexander Tuma, Wien, 1967, S. 171: Daß dieser Pelz sich infolge seiner Weichheit in Italien großer Beliebtheit erfreute, beweist das Porträt eines Edelmannes von Alessandra Bonvicino aus Brescia,; der Mantel ist vollständig mit Luchs abgefüttert, besitzt einen größen Kragen und breite Ausschläge aus dem gleichen Fell. Die wohl unregelmäßigen dunklen Flecke haben einen Kunsthistoriker bewogen, den Pelz mit Hermelin, für uns aber auf den ersten Blick zu erkennen - In der Versionsgeschichte dieses Artikels ist zu sehen, dass die falsche Fellbezeichnung ursprünglich auch hier auftauchte.
English: Count Sciarra Martinengo Cesaresco; sitter from Painters of Reality: The Legacy of Leonardo and Caravaggio in Lombardy edited by Andrea Bayer, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2004
circa between 1540and 1542
oil on canvas
Height: 114 cm (44.9 in). Width: 94.4 cm (37.2 in).
Central Hall - Northern Italy 1500-1580
http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/m/moretto/index.html Date, sitter from Painters of Reality: The Legacy of Leonardo and Caravaggio in Lombardy edited by Andrea Bayer, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2004
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