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Italian School oil on canvas portrait of a noblewoman, likely 17th century, manner of Carlo Ceresa (1609-1679). The auburn haired subject is depicted standing, attired in a Baroque style black dress with white lace trim and cuffs and wearing multiple pieces of gold jewelry including a hair adornment, necklace, ornate brooch, and multiple rings with one hand resting just below her chest and the other holding a fan. Hiram H. Hoelzer (New York) art restoration stamp en verso. One stretcher additionally stamped "New York". 40 3/4" H x 31" W. The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Condition: Painting is unframed. Some rubbing and losses to perimeter of canvas from prior frame. Canvas relined. UV light shows inpainting to forehead and left cheek, neck and hands, and some scattered inpainting to clothing and left side of brooch.