Lorenzo Lotto, ‘Portrait of a Man, possibly Girolamo Rosati’, 1533-1534, Painting, Oil on canvas, Cleveland Museum of Art
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Lorenzo Lotto

Portrait of a Man, possibly Girolamo Rosati, 1533-1534

Oil on canvas
42 3/5 × 39 3/5 in
108.2 × 100.5 cm
Permanent collection
Location
Cleveland
Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland

The gesture of the elegantly dressed man is a mystery. Is he rising from his chair to address …

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Lorenzo Lotto, ‘Portrait of a Man, possibly Girolamo Rosati’, 1533-1534, Painting, Oil on canvas, Cleveland Museum of Art
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The gesture of the elegantly dressed man is a mystery. Is he rising from his chair to address someone or is he pointing to something outside the frame? His right hand rests on a piece of paper (a letter?), while on the table are clover—a symbol of abundance, good fortune, and happy marriage—and jasmine, associated …

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Lorenzo Lotto

Portrait of a Man, possibly Girolamo Rosati, 1533-1534

Oil on canvas
42 3/5 × 39 3/5 in
108.2 × 100.5 cm
Permanent collection
Location
Cleveland
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