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Photo 2 is of the so-called "Count" A. Tamborini, who became a portrait painter in Pasadena. This view shows the Count sitting on a bench, behind him, an immense painting of an unidentified Pope hangs with an embellished frame. To his right, a portrait of a female is displayed on an easel. And to his left, two portraits of men, the bottom painting has an inscription on the lower right corner, it reads: "A. Tamborini. [Illegible]. 1920".
1 photograph :b&w Photographic prints
00069469 Security Pacific National Bank Collection N-005-184.2 4x5; Art-Painting. CARL0000073427 http://188.8.131.52/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/109973