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Alonso Martínez de Espinar (¿?)
Oil on canvas. XVII century
Anonymous
Alonso Martínez de Espinar (¿?)
Oil on canvas. XVII century
Anonymous

Se identifica al personaje como Alonso Martínez de Espinar (h.1594-1682), ayuda de cámara del príncipe Baltasar Carlos y del propio monarca, entre cuyos cometidos estaba el de acompañar a Felipe IV durante las cacerías y entregarle el arcabuz. en este mismo ministerio le ayudaba también Juan Céspedes.Hombre muy experto en caza escribió y publicó una obra titulada Arte de la ballestería y montería

Portrait of a Man
Oil on panel. Ca. 1620
Anonymous
Portrait of a Man
Oil on panel. Ca. 1620
Anonymous

The 1910 catalogue states that Bredius attributed this painting to Jacop Gerritsz. Cuyp (1594-1652), ascription that was officially accepted by the Museum in 1985. However, neither the typology nor the style correspond to Cuyp`s portraits. Moreover, the oval-shaped panel is characteristic of Amsterdam portraitists. Fred Meijer thus believes that this could be the work of a painter who belonged to

The Wrestlers
Serpentine. XVIII century
Anonymous
The Wrestlers
Serpentine. XVIII century
Anonymous

This is a version of the celebrated Hellenistic group which depicts two athletes engaging in a form of wrestling considered an Olympic sport in ancient Greece. Serpentine, known in the past as “green from Prato”, was used for ornamental pieces. Requiring tremendous technical skill to carve, it was not used by sculptors in Italy until the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

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