File:Portrait of Francesco Andreini in the costume of Capitano Spavento - Ferrone 2014 fig4.jpg

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English: Portrait painting of the Italian commedia dell'arte actor Francesco Andreini in the costume of Capitano
Date between 1620 and 1625
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English: In Lucien Bonaparte's collection the painting was known as The Tyrant Cavalca by Baroccio.
(Galerie de Lucien Bonaparte 1812, engraving (Plate 59: "Ritratto del Tiranno Cavalca"); Buchanan 1824, p. 291, item 112; Safarik 1990, p. 284; Lane & Browne 1906, p. 268.).
  • Buchanan, William (1824). Memoirs of painting, with a chronological history of the importation of pictures by the great masters into England since the French revolution, volume 1. London: R. Ackermann. Copy at Google Books.
  • Fondazione Federico Zeri, Università di Bologna : Work entry number 53118 (attribution to Empoli [Jacopo Chimenti])
  • Galerie de Lucien Bonaparte (1812). Full title: Choix de gravures à l'eau-forte d'après les peintures originales et les marbres de la Galerie de Lucien Bonaparte : cent quarante deux gravures. London: Guillaume Miller. Copy at INHA.
  • Lane, William Lane; Brown, Nina E. (1906). A. L. A. Portrait Index. Index to Portraits Contained in Printed Books and Periodicals. Washington: Government Printing Office. Copy at Google Books.
  • Safarik, Eduard A. (1990). Fetti. Milan: Electa. ISBN 9788843532650. (provenance; identification of the subject as Francesco Andreini; attribution to Sustermans; mention of former attributions to Barocci and Velazquez)
Source/Photographer Scan from the original work : Ferrone, Siro (2014). La Commedia dell'Arte: Attrici e attori italiani in Europa (XVI–XVIII secolo). Turin: Giulio Einodi. ISBN 9788806206512.
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