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Workshop of Giorgio Andreoli, called Giorgio da Gubbio
(Italian, ca. 1465/70–ca. 1553)
Plate with a Woman in Profile, 1529
Majolica
10 5/8 x 1 3/8 inches (270 x 35 mm)
Purchased by Pierpont Morgan, 1907; AZ028
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Signed and dated 1529 on the back by the artist, this plate—depicting a woman identified by the inscribed scroll simply as Giustina—is typical of those produced in Italy during the Renaissance and may have been part of a larger service that commemorated a special occasion, perhaps a wedding.

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