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Rubens, Peter Paul
Siegen, Westphalia (Germany), 1577 - Antwerp (Belgium), 1640
Rubens, Peter Paul
Siegen, Westphalia (Germany), 1577 - Antwerp (Belgium), 1640

No other 17th-century European painter combined artistic talent, social and economic success and a high cultural level like Rubens. Though primarily a painter, he also made numerous designs for prints, tapestries, architecture, sculpture and decorative objects. His abundant work is strikingly versatile in its subject matter, including paintings on mythological, religious and historical subjects as

Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban
Sevilla, 1617 - Sevilla, 1682
Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban
Sevilla, 1617 - Sevilla, 1682

Murillo was apparently a calm and sweet natured man, a fact which might explain some aspects of his personal artistic expression. Born into a family of many siblings, he was orphaned as a child and taken in by one of his sisters. He must have trained with Juan del Castillo, to judge by the characteristics of his early style. In 1645 he married Beatriz Cabrera, who bore him several children. Throug

Madrazo y Agudo, José de
Santander (Spain), 22.4.1781 - Madrid (Spain), 8.5.1859
Madrazo y Agudo, José de
Santander (Spain), 22.4.1781 - Madrid (Spain), 8.5.1859

As the founder of a line of outstanding 19th-century Spanish artists, José de Madrazo y Agudo is one of the great names in Spanish neoclassicism. His work, his preeminent position in Spanish society and his deep influence on many generations of painters trained at the Academy of San Fernando make him a fundamental figure of this period.After preliminary studies in Madrid with Gregorio Ferro (1742-

Fortuny, Mariano
Reus, Tarragona, 11.6.1838 - Rome, 21.11.1874
Fortuny, Mariano
Reus, Tarragona, 11.6.1838 - Rome, 21.11.1874

Mariano Fortuny y Marsal has passed into posterity as one of 19th-century Spain’s greatest masters. The stature of his art is accompanied by the memory of an enormous international success equaled only by Sorolla in his time. Famous in Second-Empire Paris, his work was one of the most coveted of its time by major European and American collectors. Fortuny and his colleague from Madrid, Rosales, bot

Esteve, Agustín
Valencia (Spain), 1753 - Valencia (Spain), 1820
Esteve, Agustín
Valencia (Spain), 1753 - Valencia (Spain), 1820

The son of María Marqués and the altarpiece painter Agustín Esteve Torralba, he descends from a family of artists dating back to the 15th century. His training began under the guidance of his father and continued with his admission into Valencia’s Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos in 1768. In 1770, he enrolled at the Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid. His training was mainly

Cruz Vázquez, Manuel de la
Madrid (Spain), 1750 - Madrid (Spain), 1792
Cruz Vázquez, Manuel de la
Madrid (Spain), 1750 - Madrid (Spain), 1792

A student at the Academia de San Fernando starting in 1767, he held the position of court painter for the Infante Louis of Spain, brother of Charles III, King of Spain, until 1785. In 1789, he was named an academic of merit at the Madrid institution. He produced paintings with views of the Cartagena port (National Heritage and private collection) and participated in the set of altarpieces commissi

Castello, Félix
Madrid (Spain), 1595 - Madrid (Spain), 1651
Castello, Félix
Madrid (Spain), 1595 - Madrid (Spain), 1651

He was born to a family of Italian artists. His father, Fabricio, was one of the painters who came to Spain to work at El Escorial and later married a Spanish woman. His grandfather, Giovanni Battista Castello, el Bergamasco, had also worked for Philip II and died in Madrid in 1569. Besides training with his family, Félix was a close disciple of Vicente Carducho, and he maintained ties to that mas

Camarón y Meliá, Juan José
Segorbe, Castellón (Spain), 1760 -
Camarón y Meliá, Juan José
Segorbe, Castellón (Spain), 1760 -

The son of José Camarón Bonanat and brother of Manuel -both painters- he studied at the School of Fine Arts of San Carlos in Valencia and later obtained a pension to continue his studies in rome. When he returned he was appointed chamber painter, director of painting at the Royal Porcelain Factory, academician of merit at the Royal Academy of San Carlos in Valencia, and assistant director of the R

Camarón, José
Segorbe, Castellón (Spain), 1731 - Valencia (Spain), 1803
Camarón, José
Segorbe, Castellón (Spain), 1731 - Valencia (Spain), 1803

He was from a family of artists of Aragonese origin and the son of baroque sculptor Nicolás Camarón. He studied with his father, and also in Valencia. He garnered some success and was appointed Academician of Merit at the Academy of San Fernando in 1762, and at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia when it was founded in 1768. After becoming its director of painting in 1790 he was appointed genera

Cabezalero, Juan Martín
Almadén, Ciudad Real (Spain), Ca. 1634 - Madrid (Spain), 1673
Cabezalero, Juan Martín
Almadén, Ciudad Real (Spain), Ca. 1634 - Madrid (Spain), 1673

He must have been quite young when he arrived in Madrid and became a disciple of Carreño, as he is mentioned as a "master painter" living in Carreño's house in 1666. Among his very few known works are a Saint Jerome signed in 1666 (Meadows Museum, Dallas), four large canvases he made for the Venerable Third Order of Saint Francis between 1667 and 1668, and his collaboration with José Jiménez Donos

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