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Portrait of Perugino

1504: Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

This subject and author of this portrait have long been confused; at various times in history, it was thought to be a portrait of Martin Luther by Holbein, and a study of Verrocchio by Lorenzo di Credi. It wasn't until the 1930s that historians revealed its true identity, a portrait by Raphael of his mentor, the painter Perugino. The sitter's identity is confirmed by Perugino's own self-portrait.
 
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