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Old Master Paintings, Part 1

“Golden Age” . The

“Golden Age” . The simplicity, tranquility and silence of his compositions are especially admired. In addition, he had great interest in the presentation of fine fabrics, which is clearly visible in the present painting. 1614 – 1617 Education in Sevilla by Pedro Diaz de Villanueva. In 1617 he marries his first wife. In 1629, he worked as a painter for the city in Seville and, among other things, decorated monasteries with paintings. 1647 Order of ten scenes from the life of the Virgin and 24 representations of female saints for the Convention of Incarnation in Lima, Peru (lost).1662 the master’s last work, a “Virgin and Child with the St. John’s Boy”, was created. Provenance: José Coton Collection, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cadiz (as Velázquez). Félix Millet Collection, Barcelona, ​c. 1946. Raimond Maragale, Barcelona. Jose Gudiol, Barcelona. Exhibitions: Barcelona, ​Sala Parés, Siete Obras Maestras, 1949 – 50, as Veláuquez. Literature: M. Soria, The Paintings of Zurbarán, London, 1955, no. 52, p. 144, plate 37. P. Guinard, Zurbarán et les peintres espagnols de la vie monastique, Paris, 1960, n. 126, p. 223. M. Gregori und T. Frati, L’opera completa di Zurbarán, Milan, 1973, n. 60, p. 90. Wildenstein Institute, O. Delenda, Francisco de Zurbarán 1598 – 1664, Cartálogo razonada y crítico (con la colaboración de A. Ros de Barbero, E. Dyèvre and prologue by E Valdivieso), Madrid, 2009, no. 9, pp. 105 – 106. € 800.000 - € 1.200.000 Sistrix INFO | BID Detailabbildungen zum Gemälde von Francisco Zurbarán tions.com 78 For around 6,500 additional detailed images: www.hampel-auctions.com

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