Portrait of a Gentleman in a Fur
The Portrait of a gentleman in a fur is an oil painting by Paolo Veronese, datable to around 1550-1560 and now in the Galleria Palatina in Florence. Its subject is unknown - Daniele Barbaro has been suggested, but this is contradicted by the confirmed portrait of him in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
- (Italian) Marco Chiarini, Galleria palatina e Appartamenti Reali, Sillabe, Livorno 1998. ISBN 978-88-86392-48-8
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