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Lorenzo Lotto (Venice c. 1480-Loreto 1556)

Andrea Odoni Signed and dated 1527

RCIN 405776

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This is one of the most innovative and dynamic portraits of the Renaissance. The Venetian collector Andrea Odoni (1488–1545) holds in one hand a statuette of Diana of Ephesus, symbol of nature, and with the other he claspes a cross to his chest, suggesting that Christianity takes precedence over nature and the pagan gods of antiquity.