|Portrait of a Man|
|Medium||Oil on wood|
|Location||Galleria Borghese, Rome|
|Dimensions||18 in × 12 in|
|45 cm × 31 cm|
Raphael Sanzio is credited for creating the Portrait of a Man in 1502. The medium used is oil in wood. The dimension of the painting is forty five centimeters by thirty one centimeters. Currently, it is located at the Galleria Borghese in Rome. Pietro Perugino as well as Hans Holbein have been pointed as to whom the painting can be attributed to. Perugino, like Raphael was a renaissance painter. On the other hand, Hans Holbein The Younger was a well-known printmaker & artist. He was also considered as one of the best portraitists during the sixteenth century and a producer of political propaganda through his art.