|Bronzino: Cosimo I de' Medici in armour|
Details of artist on Google Art Project
Cosimo I de' Medici in armour
|Depicted people||Cosimo I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany|
|Medium||oil on poplar|
Height: 1,175 mm (46.25 in); Width: 985 mm (38.77 in)
Olsen Carr Art Dealers (Australia, estab. 1993), Mar 1996, Sydney/New South Wales/Australia, Purchased by the AGNSW from Olsen Carr Art Dealers 1996
Private Collection, pre 1996?, with Sotheby's New York, February 1993 and Simon Dickinson Ltd, London June 1995
Cyril Humphris (England), 26 Nov 1971-circa 1990, London/England, [dealer] Purchased at Christie's London 26 November 1971, lot no. 47. On loan to the National Gallery, London 1990
John Granville Morrison (England), 1931-26 Nov 1971, England, by descent, 1st Baron Margadale of Islay, sold Christie's London 26 November 1971, lot no. 47
Hugh Morrison (England, d.1931), 1897-1931, England, by descent
Alfred Morrison (England, b.1821, d.1897), pre 1897, Hindon/Wiltshire/England, label verso records that the painting hung on the 'no.1 Drawing Room Landing' at Fonthill House on 28 December 1887
Thomas Holloway (England, b.1800, d.1883), post 11 May 1872, England, Purchased at Christie's London, 11 May 1872, lot no. 302, 'Plon-Plon and the Prince Napoleon'. Sold to Alfred Morrison.
Napoléon Bonaparte (France), 1860-11 May 1872, France, sold Christie's London, 11 May 1872, lot no. 302, 'Plon-Plon and the Prince Napoleon' bought by Thomas Holloway
Giorgio Orchi (Italy), 1846-1860, Italy, or De' Orchi, bequeathed to Orchi by Count Giovio
Count Paolo Giovio (Italy, d.1846), 1552-1846, Italy, by descent to Count Giovio, the painting was moved in the early 17th century to the Palazzo Giovio, Como
Bishop Paulo Giovio (Italy, d.1552), 1551, Italy, in the collection of Bishop Giovio by 1551
Not signed. Not dated.
|Notes||More info at museum site|
|References||described at URL: http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/78.1996/|
|Source/Photographer||BgE-KxM-dl89lg at Google Cultural Institute maximum zoom level|
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