Donna Tosca, 1923

  • Julius C. Rolshoven, American, 1858-1930

Oil on canvas

  • Overall: 73 1/2 × 40 inches (186.7 × 101.6 cm)

Gift of Mrs. Julius Rolshoven



American Art before 1950

Signed and dated, lower left, near base of pedestal: J. Rolshoven | Florence | 1923

Inscribed, lower left, near base of pedestal: J. Rolshoven | Florence | 1923

Harriet B. Rolshoven (Mrs. Julius C. Rolshoven)

1955-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

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Julius C. Rolshoven, Donna Tosca, 1923, oil on canvas. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Mrs. Julius Rolshoven, 55.227.