Angela Loredan Zorzi

ca. 1560/70, Artist: Alessandro Vittoria



Angela Loredan Zorzi

Vittoria’s portrait busts are informed both by classical antiquity and the paintings of Titian. Their restrained elegance well represents the refined taste of the Venetian nobility. Here he depicts Angela Loredan, the wife of Senator Antonio Zorzi, without undue flattery as a dignified matron. The bust once stood in the atrium of the Palazzo Zorzi together with other family portraits.

Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Kunstkammer Wien Raum XXXII

Object data

Object Name

statue; bust; clay sculpture




ca. 1560/70


Alessandro Vittoria (1525 Trient - 1608 Venedig) - GND


Terracotta, traces of gilding


H. 83 cm

Image rights

Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Kunstkammer

Inv. No.

Kunstkammer, 9905

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