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Bust portrait of Pietro Francavilla, also known as Pierre Franqueville (1548-1615). The portrait is contained in a cartouche that is crowned with a coat of arms. In the box under the cartouche, the name and profession of the person portrayed in Latin. Francavilla is a well-known Flemish-French sculptor. He was educated in Florence and worked in the late Mannerist tradition. His works are in the Louvre in Paris, the Museo del Bargello in Florence and the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut. Etching and engraving by Pieter I de Jode (1570-1634), after the painting by Jacob Bunel (1558-1614). Signed in print. Made in Antwerp, around 1600. Source: Rijksmuseum, 2015.
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