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Prophet David
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan
Prophet David
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan

This panel is part of the altarpiece or seasonal altar of the Guisando Nativity (P00683–P00690). This is a structure frequently found in numerous Spanish monastic cloisters. It comes precisely from the Hieronymite monastery of Guisando (Ávila), as cited by Ponz in 1773. In the cloister, the altarpiece was set into a wall and formed a sort of box. The doors of the altarpiece depict The Visit

Prophet Habakkuk
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan
Prophet Habakkuk
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan

This panel is part of the altarpiece or seasonal altar of the Guisando Nativity (P00683–P00690). This is a structure frequently found in numerous Spanish monastic cloisters. It comes precisely from the Hieronymite monastery of Guisando (Ávila), as cited by Ponz in 1773. In the cloister, the altarpiece was set into a wall and formed a sort of box. The doors of the altarpiece depict The Visit

Prophet Jeremiah
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan
Prophet Jeremiah
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan

This panel is part of the altarpiece or seasonal altar of the Guisando Nativity (P00683–P00690). This is a structure frequently found in numerous Spanish monastic cloisters. It comes precisely from the Hieronymite monastery of Guisando (Ávila), as cited by Ponz in 1773. In the cloister, the altarpiece was set into a wall and formed a sort of box. The doors of the altarpiece depict The Visit

Prophet Isaiah
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan
Prophet Isaiah
Oil on panel. 1533 - 1535
Correa de Vivar, Juan

This panel is part of the altarpiece or seasonal altar of the Guisando Nativity (P00683–P00690). This is a structure frequently found in numerous Spanish monastic cloisters. It comes precisely from the Hieronymite monastery of Guisando (Ávila), as cited by Ponz in 1773. In the cloister, the altarpiece was set into a wall and formed a sort of box. The doors of the altarpiece depict The Visit

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