Giovanni Giacometti, "Ottilia, A Portrait," 1913; private collection. Photo: Kunsthaus Zürich.
Normally hidden away in a private collection, this Giovanni Giacometti painting of his daughter Ottilia received public attention and press coverage during a 2019 exhibition at the Kunsthaus Zürich. Very little detail remains in the modern reproduction shown below, and there are color changes throughout. Note the mark of the art vendor lower left. Most contemporary copies aren't exact — and are often much different from the original — so a watermark with an Internet address is a good indicator that you'll need to look elsewhere for a more accurate photo.
Highly altered version of a painting by Giovanni Giacometti.
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