(b. 1483, Urbino, d. 1520, Roma)

Portrait of Dona Isabel de Requesens, Vice-Queen of Naples

Oil on wood transferred to canvas, 120 x 95 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris

The painting, formerly known as the Portrait of Jeanne d'Aragon, was commissioned by Cardinal Bibbiena. It was intended as a gift for Francis I, King of France. It was executed by one of Raphael's pupils, perhaps Giulio Romano on the basis of a design by Raphael.

The painting was restored in 1540 by Primaticcio in Fontainebleau, after the restoration it was transferred from wood to canvas.