A Man with a Quilted Sleeve  

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A Man with a Quilted Sleeve is a circa 1509 painting by Titian now held at the National Gallery, London.

Attribution and date

The work's attribution and dating are based on its style and comparison with other Titian works in the National Gallery, such as La Schiavona. The letters "T. V." on the parapet are usually taken as Titian's initials, though they are also similar to the mysterious "V. V." in several works attributed to Giorgione, such as the Giustiniani Portrait or the Gentleman with a book.




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