Salomon Adler

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Self portrait

Salomon Adler (before 3 March 1630 – 1709 in Milan) was a German painter of the Baroque period, active in Milan and Bergamo as a portrait painter. He was the mentor of Fra Galgario. Born in Danzig (Gdańsk), died in Milan. He appears to be one of the earliest Jewish painters in post-medieval Europe for which there is any documentation. A self-portrait was found in the Brera in Milan.[1]

See also


  • Nancy, Musée des beaux-arts: peintures italiennes et espagnoles, XIVe–XIXe siècle, Clara Gelly; Published 2006; IAC Éditions; ISBN 2-916373-01-2. Entry 215.
  1. ^ Pinacoteca della Reale Accademia di Belle Arti in Milano By Accademia di Belle Arti (Milan, Italy).

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