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Sorolla y Bastida, Joaquín
Valencia (Spain), 27.2.1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid (Spain), 10.8.1923
Sorolla y Bastida, Joaquín
Valencia (Spain), 27.2.1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid (Spain), 10.8.1923

Following early training with sculptor Cayetano Capuz, he began studies at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia in 1878. There, his teachers, Gonzalo Salvá (1845-1923) and Ignacio Pinazo, introduced him to "plein air" painting. In the early 1880s, he traveled to Madrid and studied the works of Velázquez and Ribera at the Museo del Prado. In 1884, he participated in the National Exhibition of Fine

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

Castillo Saavedra, Antonio del
Córdoba (Spain), 1616 - Córdoba (Spain), 1668
Castillo Saavedra, Antonio del
Córdoba (Spain), 1616 - Córdoba (Spain), 1668

He was the son of Agustín del Castillo, a painter born in Llerena, Extremadura, whose work is practically unknown but whom Palomino called an “excellent painter.” Orphaned in 1626, Antonio studied with an unknown painter named Ignacio Aedo Calderón. He may later have travelled to Seville, although we have no proof, where Palomino suggests he was a pupil of Zurbarán. This idea is corroborated by th

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