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Giordano, Luca
Naples, 1634 - Naples, 1705
Giordano, Luca
Naples, 1634 - Naples, 1705

During his life, Luca Giordano enjoyed a popularity in both Italy and Spain that plummeted after his death, due to two prejudices that have lasted until quite recently. The first was an association of [+]

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 [+]

Aguirre, Ginés Andrés de
Yecla, Murcia (Spain), 1727 - Ciudad de México (Mexico), 1800
Aguirre, Ginés Andrés de
Yecla, Murcia (Spain), 1727 - Ciudad de México (Mexico), 1800

Aguirre moved to Madrid between 1745 and 1752 and began studies there at the newly founded Academy of San Fernando the following year. In 1758 he obtained a pension from Ferdinand VI to complete his t [+]

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 [+]

Coello, Claudio
Madrid (Spain), 1642 - Madrid (Spain), 1693
Coello, Claudio
Madrid (Spain), 1642 - Madrid (Spain), 1693

One of the leading representatives of Madrid’s baroque school, he was born to a Portuguese family settled in that city. His father, a bronze worker by profession, sent him to Francisco Rizi’s studio t [+]

Calabria, Pedro de
Ca. 1680 - 1730
Calabria, Pedro de
Ca. 1680 - 1730

This Spanish painter active in Madrid at the beginning of the 18th century was heir to the tradition of the Spanish baroque school at a time when it had already lost its earliest figures but continued [+]

Belvedere, Andrea
Naples, 1652 - Naples, 1732
Belvedere, Andrea
Naples, 1652 - Naples, 1732

Belvedere was the last and most appreciated representative of the Neapolitan still-life tradition, which appeared almost to die out after he passed away in 1732. He began to work in his city of birth [+]

Arredondo, Isidoro
Colmenar de Oreja, Madrid (Spain), 1657 - Madrid (Spain), 1702
Arredondo, Isidoro
Colmenar de Oreja, Madrid (Spain), 1657 - Madrid (Spain), 1702

After initial training with José García Hidalgo, he entered the studio of Francisco Rizi and became his most talented disciple. A close family relationship with Rizi—he married one of his teacher's go [+]

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