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Artist Justus van Gent and Pedro Berruguete

Pope Sixtus IV (1414-1484).

Alternative title(s):

Pope Sixtus IV (1414-1484) from the series ‘Illustrious Men’.
Date circa 1473-1475
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions 116 × 56.4 cm (45.7 × 22.2 in)
Louvre Museum, Richelieu, 2nd Floor, Room 6
Accession number MI 644

Part of a series of paintings from the studiolo of Federico da Montefeltro, duke of Urbino.

Provenance: by 1631: Francesco Maria II della Rovere, duke of Urbino (1549-1631), Urbino
by 1671: Antonio Barberini (1607-1671), Urbino (?)
Unknown date: acquired by Prince Maffeo Sciarra-Colonna
Unknown date: acquired by N.N., marquis de Campana
1861: purchased by Louvre Museum, Paris

1863: transferred to Louvre Museum, Paris
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  1. RKDimages, Art-work number 44204 (title translated by Wikimedia Commons).
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