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González Ruiz, Antonio
Corella (Spain), 1711 - Madrid (Spain), 1788
González Ruiz, Antonio
Corella (Spain), 1711 - Madrid (Spain), 1788

A pupil of Houasse in Madrid between 1726–30, he travelled to Paris, Rome and Naples at his own expense, completing his education there. Upon his return in 1737, he became acquainted with the court milieu, worked for the Palace and, from 1744, was a member of the Preparatory Board for the foundation of the Royal Academy of Noble Arts. He married a daughter of the engraver Juan Bernabé Palomino, ne

Romero, Juan Bautista
Ruzafa, Valencia (Spain), 1756? - Ruzafa, Valencia (Spain), Post. 1802
Romero, Juan Bautista
Ruzafa, Valencia (Spain), 1756? - Ruzafa, Valencia (Spain), Post. 1802

After studying at the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts, in 1783, he unsuccessfully competed for the Studio of Flowers and Ornaments prize at the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts. Afterwards, in 1784, he enrolled at the School of Flowers, founded by Benet Espinós, where he won first prize in 1785. He later returned to Madrid, where in 1796, he offered a pair of paintings of flower vases as a

Giaquinto, Corrado
Molfetta, Apulia (Italy), 1703 - Naples (Italy), 1766
Giaquinto, Corrado
Molfetta, Apulia (Italy), 1703 - Naples (Italy), 1766

Considered the maximum representative of rococo painting in Rome during the first half of the 18th century and a referent for various generations of Spanish painters, this artist produced abundant oil paintings and most of all, frescoes. He studied with Saverio Porta until 1719, moving to Naples in 1721 to work under the tutelage of Nicola Maria Rossi, a follower of Francesco Solimena. His deep st

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