Venus Clothed at Her Toilet with One Cupid (lost)

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Title: Venus Clothed at Her Toilet with One Cupid (lost)

Date work started: 1565

Date work completed: 1567

Place created: Venice

Patron: Philip II

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Material: oil on canvas

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Genre: myth

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  • Sequence: Itinerary 1 of 3

    Owner Name: Titian

    In possession from: 1565 to 1567

    Location: Casa Grande, Venice

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  • Sequence: Itinerary 2 of 3

    Owner Name: Philip II

    In possession from: 1567 to Unknown

    Location: Alcazar of Madrid

    Notes:

    Wethey, Harold. The Paintings of Titian, III (1975), pp. 243-245, cat. no. L-27.

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  • Sequence: Itinerary 3 of 3

    Owner Name: Joseph Bonaparte

    In possession from: Unknown to 1815

    Location: Unknown

    Notes:

    This painting was likely lost when Bonaparte fled Spain; it does not appear to have been sold in Paris or London or to have entered the Duke of Wellington's collection.

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