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All ORRENTE, Pedro 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Christ at Emmaus (detail) ah, ORRENTE, Pedro
 Christ at Emmaus (detail) ah   1620s Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
St.Sebeastian, ORRENTE, Pedro
 St.Sebeastian   mk84 ca.1616 Valencia, Cathedral, canvas 306x219cm
The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes, ORRENTE, Pedro
 The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes   mk65 Oil on canvas 42x53 1/2"
The Sacrifice of Isaac, ORRENTE, Pedro
 The Sacrifice of Isaac   1616 Oil on canvas, 133 x 167 cm
The Supper at Emmaus, ORRENTE, Pedro
 The Supper at Emmaus   81 x 101 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest The Supper at Emmaus is set in a contemporary inn as in the famous composition of Caravaggio and thus it is genre-like. The foreground is composed as a still-life, its elements are typical in contemporary Spanish painting. The influence of Bassano can be clearly seen. However, the colours shows the Spanish 'tenebroso" tint. Variants of similar quality are in Bilbao museum and in Madrid, private collection. Secularized variant of the same composition (Christ is turned into a dice player) is in Mil?colletion, Barcelona
The Supper at Emmaus ag, ORRENTE, Pedro
 The Supper at Emmaus ag   1620s Oil on canvas, 81 x 101 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

Spanish Baroque Era Painter, 1580-1645 Spanish painter. He is one of the most interesting artists of his day. His father, Jaime Orrente, was a merchant from Marseille, his mother, Isabel Jumilla, from Murcia. By 1600 Orrente was active in Toledo, where he was commissioned to paint a retable (untraced). In 1607 and again in 1611 he was in Murcia, and a journey to Italy recorded by Jusepe Mart?nez and Palomino must have taken place between those years. It seems certain that he visited Venice and met Leandro Bassano

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