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Ferdinand VII as a Boy
Oil on canvas. 1792 - 1793
Bayeu y Subías, Ramón
Ferdinand VII as a Boy
Oil on canvas. 1792 - 1793
Bayeu y Subías, Ramón

Representa a Fernando VII niño de unos ocho o nueve años, en traje azul con faja roja y condecorado con el Toisón de Oro y las insignias de la Orden de Carlos III, en concreto la gran cruz y la banda nueva con sus tres fajas iguales establecida en junio de 1792. Atribuido a Antonio Carnicero (1748-1814) en el inventario del Palacio Real de 1814 y a Joaquín Inza (1736-1811) a su ingreso en el Museo

A Spinner
Oil on canvas. 1700 - 1730
Cipper, Giacomo Francesco
A Spinner
Oil on canvas. 1700 - 1730
Cipper, Giacomo Francesco

The girl’s rags, which signal her poverty, contrast with the cheerfully elegant way she handles the thread. This novel representation of a woman performing a domestic task anticipates the delicacy with which this subject was treated by painters like Chardin, and which later changed in the early nineteenth century into a more realist form of depiction, as in Goya’s Allegory of Industry.

Cardinal-Infante Luis Antonio de Borbón as a Boy
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1731
Ranc, Jean
Cardinal-Infante Luis Antonio de Borbón as a Boy
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1731
Ranc, Jean

Son of Philip V and Isabel Farnese, Louis Antonio of Bourbon was born July 25, 1727, became archbishop of Toledo on September 9, 1735, and became cardinal on December 9 of that year. In 1739, he also assumed the archbishopric of Seville. Regardless of his high ecclesiastical rank, he lacked the interest or capacity to carry out such activities, and led a life of hunting and pleasure unsuitable to

The Fall of Lucifer
Oil on canvas. 1840
Esquivel, Antonio María
The Fall of Lucifer
Oil on canvas. 1840
Esquivel, Antonio María

Lucifer was one of God´s favorite angels. He was expulsed from Heaven when he rebelled against His power. To represent the subject, Esquivel chose the moment when, with a stern expression, Saint Michael separates him from Celestial Glory. The subject is comparable to Saint Michael´s fight with the dragon of sin, which was frequently depicted by innumerable artists. Nevertheless, Esquivel eschews t

1st Marquis of La Ensenada
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1750
Amigoni, Jacopo
1st Marquis of La Ensenada
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1750
Amigoni, Jacopo

Born in 1702, Zenón de Somodevilla y Bengoechea obtained a marquisate in 1736 following the conquest of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies for the Infante don Carlos. Quartermaster General of the Navy, in 1743 he became Secretary of State, the Treasury, and of the Army and Navy. As minister under Ferdinand VI he achieved unequalled power. In favour of friendly relations with France, the Marqui

The infanta María Amalia of Bourbon, with a book
Oil on canvas. 1791
Bayeu y Subías, Ramón
The infanta María Amalia of Bourbon, with a book
Oil on canvas. 1791
Bayeu y Subías, Ramón

Catalogado a su ingreso en el Museo en 1847 como “retrato de la Sa infanta Da Carlota Reyna de Portugal” de Joaquín Inza (1736-1811), forma parte de un grupo de retratos de infantes y del príncipe Fernando que Arturo Ansón Navarro (2012) identificó la modelo como la infanta María Amalia (1779-1798) de doce años y atribuyó el retrato a Ramón Bayeu por motivos estilísticos y por su relación document

Alexander the Great in the Temple of Jerusalem
Oil on canvas. 1736
Conca, Sebastiano
Alexander the Great in the Temple of Jerusalem
Oil on canvas. 1736
Conca, Sebastiano

This is a preparatory oil sketch for a painting commissioned by Philip V for the “Salón de las Empresas del Rey” in the palace of La Granja (Segovia). The decorative scheme comprised large-scale canvases by French and Italian artists that depicted scenes from the life of Alexander, a frequently used model of royal virtues. Here the Emperor is offering a sacrifice in the Temple as a mark of respect

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