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Portrait of a Tyrolean woman with a mountain landscape in the background. Confederate Colonel Randal McGavock mentions buying this portrait while in Europe during the 1850s in his journals. He states the portrait is a copy of an old master painting, "Beatrice Cenci" by an artist named Geode. He bought it from "Signor Mazzioni’s studio" ("Pen and Sword, the Life and Journals of Randal McGavock" by Herschel Gower). 8 3/8" x 7 1/8" portrait sight, 15 3/4" x 14 1/4" carved gilt frame. Condition – overall excellent condition, frame has old losses to two corners. Circa 1850. Lindsley Warden estate.