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Milius, Félix Augustin
Marseille (France), 1843 - ?, 1894
Milius, Félix Augustin
Marseille (France), 1843 - ?, 1894

Painter, engraver, illustrator

Romana, Pedro
Córdoba, Ca. 1460 - Córdoba, 1536
Romana, Pedro
Córdoba, Ca. 1460 - Córdoba, 1536

This Spanish painter from the early Andalusian Renaissance was trained in the Spanish-Flemish style but later drew on Italian models present in Cordoba, where he had his workshop from at least 1496. That is the year when Alejo Fernández's presence in that city was first documented. The first reference to Pedro Romana is from 1488, when he was commissioned to make part of an altarpiece for the conv

Madrazo y Kuntz, Federico de
Rome (Italy), 9.2.1815 - Madrid (Spain), 10.6.1894
Madrazo y Kuntz, Federico de
Rome (Italy), 9.2.1815 - Madrid (Spain), 10.6.1894

The son of influential neoclassical painter José de Madrazo, Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz was born in Rome, where his father was employed by Charles IV during that monarch’s exile. Federico was baptized at Saint Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican with Frederic of Saxony as his godfather. In 1819, the family moved to Madrid, where his father became chamber painter to Ferdinand VII. Federico studied at

Luna y Novicio, Juan
Badoc (Philippines), 24.10.1857 - Hong-Kong (China), 7.12.1899
Luna y Novicio, Juan
Badoc (Philippines), 24.10.1857 - Hong-Kong (China), 7.12.1899

The Hispano-Philippine artist Juan Luna is an outstanding figure in the singular chapter of Spanish painting's history that opened with Francisco de Goya (1746-1828) and drew to a close with Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). He was trained in accordance to the national criteria of technical mastery, the study of historical models and noble artistic competition; as a result, Luna's output was tailormade f

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