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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

Quénedey, Edme
Les Riceys (France), 1756 - Paris (France), 1830
Quénedey, Edme
Les Riceys (France), 1756 - Paris (France), 1830

Draftsman, miniaturist, draftsman, painter and engraver who used the fisionotrazo. From 1787 to 1789 he worked in collaboration with Gilles Louis Chrétien (1754-1811). (E. Bénézit, Dictionnaire, 1976, v. 8, p. 551; British Museum http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_the_collection_database/term_details.aspx?bioId=110669)

Badoureau, Jean-François
Stenay (France), 1789 - ?, Después 1835
Badoureau, Jean-François
Stenay (France), 1789 - ?, Después 1835

Active in Paris between 1819 and 1835 (E. Bénézit, Dictionnaire ... t. I, 1976, p. 368)

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

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