Portrait of a Young Man (Botticelli, Pitti Palace)

Portrait of a Young Man (Botticelli, Pitti Palace)

Infobox Painting|



title=Portrait of a Young Man
artist=Sandro Botticelli
year=c. 1470-1475
type=Tempera on panel
height=51
width=33.7
museum=Palazzo Pitti, Florence

The "Portrait of a Young Man" is a painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, dated between 1470 and 1475. It is housed in the Palazzo Pitti of Florence.

Variously attributed to different painters, it was eventually included in Botticelli's works. It is one of the first known three-quarters portraits in western European art.

ee also

*Botticelli's portraits at National Gallery, London, and National Gallery of Art, Washington.

External links

* [http://www.sbas.firenze.it/palatina/ Palazzo Pitti] – Official website


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