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Portrait of a Man (The Tailor), c.1570 by Giovanni Battista Moroni

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Painting Title:

Portrait of a Man (The Tailor), c.1570


Giovanni Battista Moroni (c.1520-1578)


National Gallery London United Kingdom



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This painting reproduction will be completely painted by hand with oil paints on a blank linen canvas. We add additional 1.6" (4cm) of blank canvas above the offered size which will be used to stretch the canvas on a stretcher-bar.

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Giovanni Battista Moroni - The Tailor

Although the activity of Moroni, disciple of Moretto da Brescia, includes religious scenes, the painter's fame is connected with the series of portraits he executed during his Brescian period, which lasted until 1553, as well as after his return to Bergamo, where he acquired a vast clientele. Titian himself recommended Moroni for his "naturalness" to a gentleman of the Albani family.

In fact it is inescapable that he has a particular ability to approach reality directly, which goes back to a Lombard tradition and relates him to other great contemporary artists of similar experience but belonging to the Venetian world: Lotto, Savoldo and Romanino.

Some compositions in the Mannerist taste appear to have been filtered through Venetian styles, as in the Portrait of a Poet, 1560, in the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo, Brescia. In Moroni's gallery of personalities, who are for the most part unknown, but who reveal their social positions and specific trades or professions - the tailor, the lawyer - this one is considered "the official." A consciousness of authority-emanates from the personage, from his golden collar that stands out on the rich garb, from the severity of the entire composition, both from the point of view of colour and from the sober architectural reference.
16th November 2015 9:36pm

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