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The Burial of the Count of Orgaz
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1625
Anonymous
The Burial of the Count of Orgaz
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1625
Anonymous

This painting is a copy of the lower part of El Greco’s celebrated original on display in the church of Santo Tomé, Toledo. A work of considerable quality, it reveals an interesting variety of pictorial devices: heavily charged brushstrokes in the areas of the chasubles and ruffs, with the pigment dragged and scumbled in other zones such as the Franciscan’s habit. It was formerly in the Jes

Portrait of a Knight of the Order of Calatrava
Oil on canvas. 1570 - 1590
Anonymous
Portrait of a Knight of the Order of Calatrava
Oil on canvas. 1570 - 1590
Anonymous

Painted by an anonymous artist, this canvas depicts the upper body of a knight against a neutral background. He insistently stares at the viewer. It may have been at the sitter’s request that the light shines brightly on everything that the painter wished to emphasise: his face, his hands and the accessories that adorn the black satin doublet he wears. The robe, tight-fitting around the torso and

Saint Gregory
Red chalk, White chalk on grey paper. Second half of the XVII century
Anonymous
Saint Gregory
Red chalk, White chalk on grey paper. Second half of the XVII century
Anonymous

Saint Gregory is depicted seated, almost in right profile. He holds a book on his knees and makes a gesture with his right hand as if presenting an argument.The drawing dates from the second half of the 17th century.

A Franciscan Taking Vows
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown wash on paper. Early XVII century
Anonymous
A Franciscan Taking Vows
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown wash on paper. Early XVII century
Anonymous

In front of an altar, a bishop listens to the oath of a monk kneeling before him with his hands together. A deacon in a dalmatic reads a thick book on the right part of the composition. In the background, seated under a four-poster frame, standing monks attend to a king (or a pontiff?).This work was made in Madrid at the beginning of the 17th century in a style very similar to that of Vicente Card

The Pope before the College of Cardinals
Pencil, Wash on yellow laid paper. Second half of the XVII century
Anonymous
The Pope before the College of Cardinals
Pencil, Wash on yellow laid paper. Second half of the XVII century
Anonymous

On a prominent platform to the left of the composition, the Pontiff sits in the papal throne while putting forth his arguments. In the foreground to the right, a cardinal is seated with his back to the viewer, while there is another to the left. In the background, seated bishops and cardinals are depicted. It is a work from 1650-1700 and is possibly from Seville. Some of its aspects recall the wor

Saint Gregory Giving Alms
Pencil, Pencil ground on laid paper. Late XVII century
Anonymous
Saint Gregory Giving Alms
Pencil, Pencil ground on laid paper. Late XVII century
Anonymous

Saint Gregory is depicted at the top of a staircase against an architectural background. He wears a tiara and holds a patriarchal cross as he gives alms to a beggar and an angel who are kneeling at his feet and are holding out their hands to him. A pageboy holds a tray and the Holy Spirit flies towards the pontiff. A semi-circular border has been sketched in the drawing, as in preparation for an a

Saint Vincent Martyr
Pencil on yellow laid paper. Mid-XVIIcentury
Anonymous
Saint Vincent Martyr
Pencil on yellow laid paper. Mid-XVIIcentury
Anonymous

Saint Vincent is depicted standing, wearing a dalmatic and leaning with his arms on a millstone. He makes a gesture with his right hand as if making an argument and holds the palm branch of martyrdom with his left.It seems to be for an angled sculpture on a pedestal.This drawing depicts traditional Valencian iconography from the 16th century (Juan de Juanes, Borrás). It is undoubtedly a Val

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