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Vicente Lopez y Portana Portrat des Francisco de Goya oil painting


Portrat des Francisco de Goya
Painting ID::  71784
Vicente Lopez y Portana
Portrat des Francisco de Goya
1826(1826) Leinwand 93 x 75 cm (36.61 x 29.53 in)

   
   
     

Vicente Lopez y Portana Ramon Maria Narvaez, Duke of Valencia oil painting


Ramon Maria Narvaez, Duke of Valencia
Painting ID::  71981
Vicente Lopez y Portana
Ramon Maria Narvaez, Duke of Valencia
Oil painting of Ramen Marea Narveez (1800-1868), Spanish general and statesman

   
   
     

Vicente Lopez y Portana Ramon Maria Narvaez oil painting


Ramon Maria Narvaez
Painting ID::  73425
Vicente Lopez y Portana
Ramon Maria Narvaez
(1800-1868), Spanish general and statesman Deutsch: RamXn MarXa NarvXez (1849) cyf

   
   
     

Vicente Lopez y Portana Portrait of Charles IV of Spain oil painting


Portrait of Charles IV of Spain
Painting ID::  76980
Vicente Lopez y Portana
Portrait of Charles IV of Spain
18th century Oil on canvas cjr

   
   
     

Vicente Lopez y Portana King Charles IV of Spain and his family pay a visit to the University of Valencia in 1802 oil painting


King Charles IV of Spain and his family pay a visit to the University of Valencia in 1802
Painting ID::  78025
Vicente Lopez y Portana
King Charles IV of Spain and his family pay a visit to the University of Valencia in 1802
1802(1802) Oil on canvas 348 x 249 cm (137 x 98 in) cjr

   
   
     

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     Vicente Lopez y Portana
     (September 19, 1772, Valencia, Spain CJuly 22, 1850, Madrid, Spain) was a Spanish painter, considered the best portrait painter of his time. Vicente Lepez y Portaña was born in Valencia on September 19, 1772. His parents were Cristebal Lepez Sanchordi and Manuela Portaña Meer. Vicente Lepez began formally studying painting in Valencia at the age of thirteen, he was a disciple of father Antonio de Villanueva, a Franciscan monk, and he studied at the Academy of San Carlos in his native city. He was seventeen when he won first prize in drawing and coloring receiving a scholarship to study in the prestigious Academia Real de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid. For the following three years in Madrid, he apprenticed with the Valencian painter, Mariano Salvador Maella. Vicente Lepez returned to Valencia in 1794 and subsequently became vice-director of painting at the Academy where he had studied as a boy. In 1795 he married Maria Piquer, they had two sons: Bernardo Lepez Piquer and Luis (1802-1865), who were also painters, following their father's style but with little accomplishments. In 1801 Lepez was named President of the Academy of San Carlos.

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