Titian

Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap



Titian - Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap

Literature

The Frick Collection, an illustrated Catalogue, New York, 1968, Volume II, pp. 251-255 info

Frederick Ilchman, Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese, Farnham, England, 2009, fig. 91


Provenance

Paul Methuen, London (?)
Gratiana Methuen Rogers, daughter of Paul Methuen and wife of the Reverend John Rogers
Through their son, John Methuen Rogers, whose niece and adopted daughter, Elizabeth Wilson, married Edward Edgell, rector of Rodden, Frome, the painting passed to the Edgell family
On the death of Edward Edgell, it passed to his son, E.B. Edgell, Standerwick Court, Somerset
who placed it on sale at Christie’s, June 24, 1876, nr. 122, and bought it back
Methuen Edgell (son of E.B. Edgell) sale, May 12, 1906, Christie’s, nr. 75, sold to Sir Hugh Lane
Sold by him in 1911, to Arthur Grenfell
His sale, June 26, 1914, Christie’s, nr. 66, bought back by Sir Hugh Lane
Frick, 1915
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External links

Frick Collection, New York Accession number 1915.1.116

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Titian Perseus and Andromeda
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Titian
Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap
1511-16
82.2 x 71.1 cm
Oil on canvas
The Frick Collection, New York