Carlo Archinti Panigarola (1735-1804), count of Tainate, Grand of Spain, Decurion of the city of Milan, had a cardinal brother. He was famous in the city for the immense wealth that yielded him an annual income of 400,000 lire, and for strict parsimony; the creditors of the count, when the child inherits the assets and declares that he does not want to use them, fear that they will not be able to collect what is due to them.


  • Title: Portrait of Carlo Archinti Panigarola
  • Creator: Giovanni Battista Perabò
  • Creator Lifespan: notizie 1768-1805
  • Date Created: 1804/1805
  • Location Created: Milano
  • Physical Dimensions: h 209.5 x w 118.8 cm
  • Type: Painting
  • Medium: oil
  • Art Genre: Portrait
  • Support: canvas
  • Inv.: Ritratti 000162

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