El Greco (History Of Spanish Art 30) eBook

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9,87 MB
FECHA
2014
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El Greco (History Of Spanish Art 30).pdf
AUTOR(A)
Ernesto Ballesteros Arranz
ISBN
9788416015368

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Toward the last third of the 16th century, an exceptional painter came to Spain: Domenico Theotocopulos, known to us as El Greco. Before and after him, other painters arrived, such as Cincinato, Cambiaso, Zuccaro, Tibaldi, etc., most of them finding patronage at the court of Philip II –but they were all lesser artists –as would also be the case in the 17th century. In comparison to them, El Greco is an unrivalled and unpredictable personage. In spite of his Cretan ascent (“El Greco” means “The Greek”), he has often been claimed to be either Venetian or Spanish, because it was within these two traditions where he received training and carried out his work.

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El Greco Biography (1541-1614) - Life of El Greco the Artist

Born in Crete, El Greco was trained as an icon painter. Two certain examples survive, and these remind us of the Neoplatonic, non-naturalistic basis of El Greco's art, before he set about transforming himself into a disciple of Titian and an avid student of Tintoretto, Veronese, and Jacopo Bassano.