Hans Memling, Portrait of Tommaso di Folco Portinari, c. 1470
From the Metropolitan Museum:
Hans Memling was the leading painter in Bruges from 1465 until his death in 1494. The Portinari were members of the large Italian mercantile community in Bruges, where Tommaso managed a branch of the Medici bank from 1465 to 1478. Among the masterpieces of Northern Renaissance art, these portraits were probably commissioned upon the couple’s marriage in 1470, when Maria was about fourteen and Tommaso about forty-two. The paintings were originally the wings of a portable triptych flanking a devotional image of the Virgin and Child.