Description The identical silver filigree frame on these three portraits (including 38.516 and 38.210) indicates that they are a unit, possibly a family. Nevertheless, the man's portrait was probably by a different hand than that responsible for the women's. The loose, spirited execution of the man's hair and softer modeling point to the influence of more progressive developments in life-size portraiture, in contrast to the tighter modeling and conservative dress in the portraits of the women.
|12/20/1963||Treatment||loss compensation; cleaned; coated|
Provenance Abraham Jay Fink, Baltimore [no. A-96]; A. Jay Fink Foundation, Inc., Baltimore, 1963, by bequest; Walters Art Museum, 1963, by gift.
Credit Gift of the A. Jay Fink Foundation, Inc., in memory of Abraham Jay Fink, 1963
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