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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

Saint Basil
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Anonymous
Saint Basil
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Anonymous

This full-length frontal depiction of a bishop represents him wearing an alb, a rich brocade chasuble and a mitre. He appears in a meditative pose while reading a book, which he holds in his left hand. His right hand holds the pastoral crozier, which is decorated with a green cloth sleeve. The figure is located in the foreground, in an exterior dominated by a very open landscape with mountains in

Saint Julian, Bishop of Cuenca / Young Nude Academy
Black chalk, White chalk on grey paper. Second half of the XVII century
Anonymous
Saint Julian, Bishop of Cuenca / Young Nude Academy
Black chalk, White chalk on grey paper. Second half of the XVII century
Anonymous

The drawing depicts the bishop seated facing the front, next to a table on which his episcopal mitre and crosier rest, weaving a basket made of reeds. In the background, to the left, a landscape of the city of Cuenca is visible, with the gorge, the bridge and the miraculous apparition of the Virgin to the saint.It is a vibrant and lively imitation of the renowned painting by Eugenio Cajés,

Dionysus (Bacchus)
White marble. 190 - 210
Anonymous
Dionysus (Bacchus)
White marble. 190 - 210
Anonymous

This Roman work is based on a classical Greek model by the School of Polyclitus (c. 400 B. C.) known as the Dresden Ephebe. The statue of the athlete was transformed into the god of wine in the Roman period and a new head was added with a Dionysian band, an ivy wreath and grapes. The hands holding a goblet and grapes were added in the seventeenth century.

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