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The son of Jacopo, Domenico, inherited his father’s heavily overworked studio. An uneven painter, he did have moments of surprising quality. This sensitive portrait is datable to 1588, when a studio copy was made. Marco Pasqualigo, a young Venetian functionary, was age twenty four and chief of police of Brescia at the time.

Details

  • Title: Portrait of Marco Pasqualigo
  • Creator: Domenico Robusti, known as Domenico Tintoretto (Venice 1560 - 1635)
  • Date Created: 1588
  • Physical Dimensions: H 48 x L 40 cm
  • Provenance: Verona, Cesare Bernasconi; in the Museum since 1871
  • Type: painting
  • Medium: oil on canvas

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