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Portrait of Cardinal Bibbiena (Raphael)

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Portrait of Cardinal Bibbiena (Raphael)

Portrait of Cardinal Bibbiena
Ritratto del cardinale Bibbiena: '
Artist Raphael
Year c.1516
Type Oil on canvas
Dimensions 85 cm × 66.3 cm (33 in × 26.1 in)
Location Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence

The Portrait of Cardinal Bibbiena is a portrait of Cardinal Bernardo Dovizi da Bibbiena (pope Leo X's private secretary) by Raphael, painted around 1516 and now in the Palazzo Pitti in Florence. Its rendering appears more rigid than is usual for Raphael, leading some critics to attribute it to one of his pupils or to feel it is possibly a copy from a lost autograph original.

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