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Ramírez de Arellano, Juan
Zaragoza (Spain), Ca. 1730 - Zaragoza (Spain), 1782
Ramírez de Arellano, Juan
Zaragoza (Spain), Ca. 1730 - Zaragoza (Spain), 1782

He descends from an illustrious family of sculptors and painters who decorated the Baroque churches of Zaragoza. Juan attended the drawing masterclass of José Luzán (teacher of Francisco Bayeu and Francisco de Goya) and assisted his brother José in creating polychromatic images. His training continued in the workshop of his fellow countryman Pablo Pernicharo, a pupil of Michel-Ange Houasse. In 175

López Portaña, Vicente
Valencia, 19.9.1772 - Madrid, 22.7.1850
López Portaña, Vicente
Valencia, 19.9.1772 - Madrid, 22.7.1850

After studying at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia, he rapidly developed a successful career, thanks to his extraordinary artistic gift for drawing and color. After winning that academy’s general competition in 1789, he was awarded a stipend that allowed him to spend three years in Madrid.There, he continued his studies, taking first prize at the Academy of San Fernando in 1790 with his paint

Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
Fuendetodos, Zaragoza (Spain), 30.3.1746 - Bordeaux (France), 16.4.1828
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
Fuendetodos, Zaragoza (Spain), 30.3.1746 - Bordeaux (France), 16.4.1828

Goya was born unexpectedly in his mother’s birthplace, Fuendetodos. His parents, Braulio José Goya, a gilder; and Gracia Lucientes, from a family of wealthy farmers, actually lived in Zaragoza, where they had married in 1736. Francisco was the fourth of six siblings: Rita (1737), Tomás (1739), who was also a gilder and is sometimes mentioned as a painter; Jacinta (1743), Mariano (1750), who died i

Carnicero, Antonio
Salamanca (Spain), 1748 - Madrid (Spain), 1814
Carnicero, Antonio
Salamanca (Spain), 1748 - Madrid (Spain), 1814

The son of Baroque sculptor Alejandro Carnicero, he is best known for genre scenes and series of engraved illustrations although he was also a very interesting miniaturist. After entering the Academy of San Fernando at the age of ten, he accompanied his brother, Isidro, to Rome, where he remained for six years, winning various art contests. Following his return to Spain he completed his training

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