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Isidoro Grünhut (1862–1896) was a Jewish painter who lived in Trieste (then part of Austria-Hungary) and gave rise to the "civilization of portraits". Among his masterpieces was La Bambola (1891), stored at the Revoltella Museum in Trieste along with other chefs d'oeuvre by Grünhut. Trieste named one of its streets Via Isidoro Grunhut.