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File:Retrato de Juan Pareja, by Diego Velázquez.jpg


Title Portrait of Juan Pareja
Date 1650
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 81.3 × 69.9 cm (32 × 27.5 in)
Gallery 618
Accession number 1971.86
Object history Provenance: : Cardinal Tommaso Ruffo, Rome (by 1704; d. 1753; inv., 1734); Litterio Ruffo, 2nd duca di Baranello, Naples (1753–d. 1772); Vincenzo Ruffo, 3rd duca di Baranello, Naples (1772–76; sold to Hamilton); Sir William Hamilton, Palazzo Sessa, Naples (1776–1801; inv. July 14, 1798, states that this portrait came from the Baranello Collection at Naples); his sale, Christie's, London, March 27–28, 1801, no. 59, for £40.19.0 to Parker); Thomas Lister Parker, Browsholme, Yorkshire (1801–at least 1808; cat., 1808, no. 30); Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie, 2nd Earl of Radnor, Longford Castle, Salisbury, Wiltshire (by 1814, but probably acquired by the 2nd Earl on May 1, 1811 for £151.14.05 [see Ref. Radnor 1909]–d. 1828); the Earls of Radnor, Longford Castle (1828–1968; cat., 1909, no. 87); Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie, 8th Earl of Radnor, Longford Castle (1968–70; sale, Christie's, London, November 27, 1970, no. 110, to Wildenstein for MMA)
Credit line Purchase, Fletcher and Rogers Funds, and Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967), by exchange, supplemented by gifts from friends of the Museum, 1971


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