Welcome to the second episode of my Christmas Sale!
The next piece I'm going to show you today is the copy of a painting by Perugino (Pietro Vannucci).
"Portrait of a Boy" is a 1495 oil on wood panel portrait, now in the Uffizi in Florence. In the past it has been attributed to Lorenzo di Credi, Viti, Jacopo Francia, Raphael and others, but Giovanni Morelli's reattribution of it to Perugino is now widely accepted.
Couldn't it be a unique portrait of the young Raffaello Sanzio at the age of 11: in fact he arrived in Perugino's workshop just a year before to start his apprenticeship? I think so.
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