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Painting ID::  21638
Allegory of Death (mk08)
1672 Oil on canvas. 220x216cm Sevilla,Hospital de la Caridad

Juan de Valdes Leal Allegory of Death (mk08) oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

Juan de Valdes Leal
Seville 1622-1690 was a Spanish painter of the Baroque era. He was born at Seville in 1622, and distinguished himself as a painter, sculptor, and architect. He worked for a time under Antonio del Castillo. Among his works are a History of the Prophet Elias for the church of the Carmelites; a Martyrdom of St. Andrew for the church of San Francesco at Cerdoba; and a Triumph of the Cross for la Caridad at Seville. He was one of the founders of the Seville Academy along with his friend, Bartolome Esteban Murillo. He died at Seville. His wife (daughter of Antonio Palomino), Isabella Carasquilla, was also a painter. She died at Seville as late as 1730. Their children were artists, including Lucas, Juan, Maria, and Laura de Valdes. His daughters specialized in portrait miniatures.
Allegory of Death (mk08)
1672 Oil on canvas. 220x216cm Sevilla,Hospital de la Caridad

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