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Francisco de Zurbarán (baptized November 7, 1598 – August 27, 1664) was a Spanish painter. He is known primarily for his religious paintings depicting monks, nuns, and martyrs, and for his still-lifes. Zurbarán gained the nickname "Spanish Caravaggio," owing to the forceful, realistic use of chiaroscuro in which he excelled. Zurbarán was born in 1598 in Fuente de Cantos, Extremadura; he was baptized on November 7 of that year.
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Zurbaran, 1598-1664 by Zurbaran, Francisco; Gallego, Julian, and Gudiol, Jose (Text by) and a great selection of related books, art and . Biography and critical analysis by Julian Gallego; catalogue of the works by Jose Gudiol. Profusely illustrated.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Zurbaran, 1598-1664: A Biography & Critical. Publication Date: 1987. Book Condition: Very Good. Publisher: Alpine Fine Arts Collection. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Synopsis: hardback book. Visit Seller's Storefront.
Zurbarán was born in Fuente de Cantos, near Badajoz. In 1617, after training in Seville, he returned to Llerena in his native province.
Between the departure of Velázquez to Madrid in 1623 and the rise to prominence of Murillo in the 1650s, Zurbarán was the leading painter in Seville. The distinctive style of Zurbarán was influenced by the realism of Caravaggio and his followers. Zurbarán was born in Fuente de Cantos, near Badajoz. By 1629 he was back in Seville, where he became the city's official painter. In 1634 he was in Madrid painting mythologies for the Buen Retiro, Philip IV's new palace, perhaps through the intervention of his friend Velázquez.
Gállego, Julián, and José Gudiol. The Cleveland Museum of Art Catalogue of Paintings, Part 3: European Paintings of the 16th, 17th, and 18th Centuries. New York: Rizzoli, 1977. Delenda, Odile, and Almudena Ros de Barbero. Francisco de Zurbarán 1598-1664. Madrid: Fundación Arte Hispánico, 2009. Cleveland, OH: The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1982. Reproduced: p. 514; Mentioned: p. 515-516.
Francisco de Zurbarán (1598–1664) was, after Velázquez, the greatest painter of the Golden Age in Spain. He may also be considered the most representative artist of the period, since he did not, like Velázquez, work at the court in Madrid, but for rily monastic-patrons in southern Spain. Born in the small farming town of Fuente de Cantos in Extremadura, Zurbarán established a workshop in Llerena, some sixty miles to the north. Zurbarán's work for monasteries is especially well represented in the exhibition, which includes many works that are rarely seen, as well as those that have made Zurbarán's name preeminent among painters.
Catalogs of art by Francisco de Zurbarán (1 C, 2 P.
Catalogs of art by Francisco de Zurbarán (1 C, 2 P). F. Francisco de Zurbaran; his epoch, his life and his works (1918) (59 F). G. Google Art Project works by Francisco de Zurbarán (2 C, 19 F). M. Monuments and memorials to Francisco de Zurbarán (2 C, 3 F. Zurbarán - Aparición de la Virgen a San Pedro Nolasco (The Appearance of the Virgin to Saint Peter Nolasco), ca. 1628-1630. jpg 640 507; 178 KB. Zurbarán - Apoteosis de San Bruno. jpg 779 1,350; 148 KB.
Benno of Meissen - The miracle of the fisherman with the keys foundOil, canvas, doubled, about 165087 x 72 cm, frame . Auction categories: German art, Paintings. Detailed description and photo of the lot 246, price 7600 CHF.
Benno of Meissen - The miracle of the fisherman with the keys foundOil, canvas, doubled, about 165087 x 72 cm, frame: 103 x 89 cmThe image must be restored. Expert opinion (a copy of): Andrés Fernández Sánchez, Sevilla, 1978; provenance: Convento de la Caridad en Arcos; private collection, Spain private collection Zurich. Auction from 3. 3.