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Borgoña the Younger, Juan de

Toledo, h.1500 - Ciudad Rodrigo (Salamanca), 1565

This follower and disciple of his father, Juan de Borgoña, has been identified by Díaz Padrón as the Master of Pozuelo and of Toro, active in Toledo between 1533 and 1565. After studying with his father, a great master of the same name, he began work at an unknown date in his prosperous workshop. Due to the lack of documentary information about his career, his biography has been reconstructed on the basis of works previously attributed to unknown Castilian masters. He is known to have completed several projects that his father left unfinished at death and he remained quite close to his stylistic approach. He took no part in the realism practiced by other Castilian artists in his time, remaining faithful to the formal ideal of cool colors and the supremacy of drawing. The only work by the younger Borgoña at the Museo del Prado is a panel attributed to him by Matías Díaz Padrón, which was acquired in 1962 from the Yakichiro collection.

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