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The High Priest Aaron
Oil on panel. 1545 - 1550
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
The High Priest Aaron
Oil on panel. 1545 - 1550
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

Taken together, these three works clearly convey a Eucharistic meaning. They depict Christ holding up the chalice and the Host (P00844), flanked by two Old Testament figures: King Melchizedek, bearing bread and wine (P00853), and the priest Aaron with a jar of incense (P00854). The three panels were part of the tabernacle of the high altar in the church of the Birth of the Virgin in Fuente de la H

Christ on the Route to Calvary
Oil on panel. 1536 - 1538
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip); Macip, Vicente
Christ on the Route to Calvary
Oil on panel. 1536 - 1538
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip); Macip, Vicente

This panel was part of the Saint Eligius Altarpiece located in the chapel of the silversmiths’ guild in the church of Santa Catalina, Valencia. The altarpiece was commissioned from Juan de Juanes, who collaborated on its creation with his father, Vicente Macip. The present panel reflects an interesting transitional moment in the painting of both masters, with elements derived from both Sebastiano

Saint Stephen in the Synagogue
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Saint Stephen in the Synagogue
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

This painting formed part of the Altar Piece of San Esteban (Valencia), the most celebrated work by Juanes, who came from Valencia. The scenes included the most important episodes in the life of the saint, considered to be the first martyr of Christianity. According to the Acts of the Apostles , the preaching of Saint Stephen aroused the suspicions of the Sanhedrin and he was accused of destroying

The Last Supper
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
The Last Supper
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

Painted for the base of the main altarpiece of San Esteban in Valencia (P00838, P00839, P00840, P00841 and P00842), Inspired by Leonardo, both in the definition of the space and in the eloquent expressiveness of the apostles, it also shows Juanes’s close relationship with Raphael. In keeping with traditional iconography in Spain, he focussed the scene on Jesus, serene and triumphant at the moment

Saint Peter
Oil on panel. 1536 - 1538
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Saint Peter
Oil on panel. 1536 - 1538
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

This work´s existence and interest were noticed by Valencian specialist and director of that city´s Museum of Fine Arts, Fernando Benito Domenech. That museum´s Juan de Juanes exhibition in 2000 included this panel and convincingly related it to the Saint Eligius Altarpiece, which the Valencian Silversmiths´ Guild had commissioned for the church of Santa Catalina in 1534. That contract called for

Saint Stephen led to his Martyrdom
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Saint Stephen led to his Martyrdom
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

A depiction of the New Testament story (Acts 7, 58) Saint Stephen was condemned to stoning after angering the priests of the Sanhedrin assembly. This scene represents the moment when he is taken out of the city and led to martyrdom, by the executioners at the doors of Jerusalem, just as Christ was, on Calvary. Juanes differs from his father´s style I by accenting the ugliness of the executioners,

Portrait of a Knight of the Order of Santiago
Oil on panel. Ca. 1560
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Portrait of a Knight of the Order of Santiago
Oil on panel. Ca. 1560
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

Purchased by Charles IV, this portrait entered the royal collections in 1814 and was already listed in the Museo del Prado’s catalogs in 1854 as a work by Juan de Juanes. The identity of the sitter has varied since José de Madrazo suggested it was Luis Castelví, Lord of Carlet. Today, lacking unanimous agreement, it is generally accepted as a likeness of the Lord of Bicorp y Quera, L

Saint Stephen accused of Blasphemy
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Saint Stephen accused of Blasphemy
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

Juan de Juanes depicts the episode in the Acts of the Apostles when Saint Stephen declared before the Sanhedrin: “I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing on the right hand of God.” When they heard him the priests “cried out with a loud voice and stopped their ears and rushed together at him” (Acts 7, 56 and 57). The classical architecture of the temple is a striking element in the com

The Martyrdom of Saint Stephen
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
The Martyrdom of Saint Stephen
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

This painting forms part of the Altarpiece of San Esteban (Valencia), along with other scenes from the saint´s life (P00838, P00839, P00841 and P00842), as well as the Last Supper (P00846). According to the Acts of the Apostles, Saint Stephen was condemned to stoning after angering the priests of the Sanhedrin assembly. While he commends his soul to God, the executioners angrily stone Stephen, who

Christ the Saviour with the Eucharist
Oil on panel. 1545 - 1550
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Christ the Saviour with the Eucharist
Oil on panel. 1545 - 1550
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

Taken together, these three works clearly convey a Eucharistic meaning. They depict Christ holding up the chalice and the Host, flanked by two Old Testament figures: King Melchizedek, bearing bread and wine (P00853), and the priest Aaron with a jar of incense (P00854). The three panels were part of the tabernacle of the high altar in the church of the Birth of the Virgin in Fuente de la Higuera (V

Ecce Homo
Oil on pine panel. Ca. 1570
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Ecce Homo
Oil on pine panel. Ca. 1570
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

This direct, frontal depiction of Christ wearing the crown of thorns, his hands tied and holding a reed sceptre, was one of Juanes’s most succesful compositions. The meticulous rendering is reminiscent of Netherlandish painting. The strongly-lit figure stands out against a dark background, enhancing the viewer’s concentration on the emotional pathos of the image.

Melchizedek, King of Salem
Oil on panel. 1545 - 1550
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Melchizedek, King of Salem
Oil on panel. 1545 - 1550
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

Taken together, these three works clearly convey a Eucharistic meaning. They depict Christ holding up the chalice and the Host (P00844), flanked by two Old Testament figures: King Melchizedek, bearing bread and wine (P00853), and the priest Aaron with a jar of incense (P00854). The three panels were part of the tabernacle of the high altar in the church of the Birth of the Virgin in Fuente de la H

The Burial of Saint Stephen
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
The Burial of Saint Stephen
Oil on panel. 1555 - 1562
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

This painting forms part of the Altarpiece of San Esteban (Valencia), along with other scenes from the saint´s life (P00838, P00839, P00841 and P00842), as well as the Last Supper (P00846). This panel, shows the moment when the body of Saint Stephen is placed in the tomb by a group of eight men. The composition of the scene recalls the Entombment of Christ in the arrangement of the figures and the

Portable oratory with the penitent Saint Jerome
Polychromed, Carved, Gilded. Ca. 1520
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip); Forment, Damián
Portable oratory with the penitent Saint Jerome
Polychromed, Carved, Gilded. Ca. 1520
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip); Forment, Damián

Este oratorio portátil es una pieza excepcional que aúna dos delicados trabajos de Damián Forment y Juan de Juanes, figuras fundamentales del Renacimiento en la Corona de Aragón. La representación central del conjunto es la placa de alabastro donde aparece san Jerónimo en su retiro penitencial en el desierto, aunque convertido éste en ámbito rocoso significado por el árbol del primer término en do

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