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Berruguete, Pedro
Paredes de Nava, Palencia (Spain), Ca. 1445/1450 - Madrid? (Spain), 1503
Berruguete, Pedro
Paredes de Nava, Palencia (Spain), Ca. 1445/1450 - Madrid? (Spain), 1503

There are very few documentary references to the life and work of this Spanish painter born to minor nobility in Paredes de Nava (Palencia), probably around 1445. His generally accepted birth date is somewhat later, but 1445 would be correct if, in fact, he was the “Perus Spagnolus” documented in Urbino on April 14, 1477, when he was already twenty-five years old, or older. His grandfather had arr

Sánchez Coello, Alonso
Benifairó del Valls, Valencia (Spain), 1531/32 - Madrid (Spain), 1588
Sánchez Coello, Alonso
Benifairó del Valls, Valencia (Spain), 1531/32 - Madrid (Spain), 1588

At the age of ten, Alonso Sánchez Coello moved with his family to Portugal, where he began his first art studies. John III, king of Portugal, was aware of his talent and in 1550 he paid the young artist’s trip to Flanders to complete his training. There, Sánchez Coello worked for Cardinal Granvela and was a disciple of Anthonis Mor van Dashorst. After returning to Lisbon around 1552, he probably b

Arellano, Juan de
Santorcaz, Madrid, 1614 - Madrid, 1676
Arellano, Juan de
Santorcaz, Madrid, 1614 - Madrid, 1676

Arellano was born near the capital of the kingdom during the reign of Philip III, though there is no specific information about his early life. He is first documented in Madrid as a disciple of Juan de Solís, by whom only a few landscapes of not very high quality survive. According to Palomino, in his mature years he devoted himself to flower pictures -and with great success- owing to his failure

Corte, Juan de la
Antwerp (Belgium), 1585 - Madrid (Spain), 1662
Corte, Juan de la
Antwerp (Belgium), 1585 - Madrid (Spain), 1662

Nothing is known of this Flemish-born Spanish painter's early training. The biographer of Spanish painters, Palomino, affirmed that he was born in Spain, but this was disproved by his testament, which lists his place of birth as the Flemish city of Antwerp. There are also documents in which he himself declares that he was trained in Flanders, where "he practiced his trade for many years." He has h

Master of Becerril
Palencia?, Act. hacia 1520 -
Master of Becerril
Palencia?, Act. hacia 1520 -

It has thus far proved impossible to discover the name of this Spanish painter representative of the early Renaissance in Castile. He was the most talentes of Juan de Flandes's disciples and was also influenced by Pedro Berruguete. He is therefore known as the master of a location for which he made one of his most outstanding works, "the retable of the church of San Pelayo" in the Palencian villag

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