The Tailor print by Giovanni Batista Moroni
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A tailor wearing a cream doublet and red hose prepares to cut his cloth in this beautiful portrait by Giovanni Batista Moroni, dating from 1565-70. The Tailor is considered unusual in Renaissance portraiture for its presentation of a working man performing his trade.
Giovanni Battista Moroni (1520-4 - 1579)
Oil on canvas
National Gallery London
© The National Gallery London
Author/Artist/DesignerGiovanni Batista Moroni
11in x 14in
Giclée print on 300gsm textured watercolour paper
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