Annals of the Artists of Spain, Volumen1

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Royal progress to the frontier 661 St Francis Borgia entering the Jesuits
20
Miracles of Our Lady and of
21
Sir K Digbys adventure
34
G B Castello el Genovese
36
homeward progress of the Picture of the Boarhunt at the Pardo
39
Portraits of royal personages
40
Portraits of the Inf Don Balthazar Florence P de Cortona C Dolci
42
His friendship and quarrel with Mu C Ramirez G Ramirez
48
Excellence of the court portraitpainters Toledo Cathedral
56
Few foreign landscapepainters in Spain 46 Foreign collections of Spanish pictures
64
Rumours of the death of Velazquez
68
NOTICES OF EARLY ART TO THE END OF THE REIGN
70
Castile
71
Estremadura
77
of Castile
85
Queen Isabella Farnese
88
F Rizi
92
Moorish decorations imitated by Chris
96
Seville Plasencia FuenSaldaña
99
Ferdinand VI
101
as a patron of
102
His marriage
105
P de Valpuesta
108
Style
114
His regard for Titian anecdotes 10+ Titians portraits of Charles V
116
Journey to Spain
119
His love of painting
122
J Conchillos Falcó
124
Bishop Bobadilla of Salamanca
128
Spanish painted sculpture
131
P Muñoz
137
Marriage and life at Valladolid 142 Visit to the Emperor Charles V
143
P de Roxas
144
G de Crayer
146
A and E Comontes
149
Cadiz Madrid Paris and London 775 Merits as a painter
153
Portraits of the admiral now in sentadormayor to the King
159
J de Yciar His book on penman A dArphe J Ruiz A F and c
161
696
163
MONOGRAMS OF ARTISTS
164
Remarks of Philip ii
166
Decree against the exportation of Second return to Lisbon and mar
173
ENGRAVED TITLEPAGE Design for an altar from a drawing by Alonso Cano
175
J de Vanderhamen
176
Painting and architecture
185
Conventpalace of San Lorenzo
191
B Carducho
195
Architects of the Escorial
198
His monks
202
Exterior
205
His health impaired by overexertion 1198 Various works
209
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin
215
Valladolid M Blasco
220
Women and animals
222
Morales
224
Their careful finish
230
Legend of Sta Rosa of Lima
231
Return to Valencia as a canon
232
F Lopez Caro
234
G Garcia Salmeron
235
Of Inf D Carlos
236
Iron cross at Toledo
238
His Burial of the Count of Orgaz Artists of Castile sculptors
280
Portraits
281
His works of sculpture and architec P Arbulo Marguvete
287
REIGN OF CHARLES II 16051700
296
St Anthony of Padua
298
Cathedral of Burgos
305
Artists of Andalusia painters
306
de Vargas
309
Ant de Arfian
315
de Rioja
318
And Florence
324
Andalusia
344
Painters F Ximenez
346
His epitaph by Arias Montano 320 His admiration of the Gamba of Var
349
J de Galvan
352
Artists of Valencia the Archbishop Singular respect shown to his
353
Valencia
361
G Lucenti an Italian painter
363
The Dreams of the Roman senator and Murillos fortune his will and inven
369
His return from Italy and marriage 355 Merits as a painter and his works
377
His style
383
Taking of Lerida
384
Influence of the Inquisition
385
J Macip commonly called Joanes Marquess of Sta Cruz his seat
389
Visit to Andalusia
391
Legend of his convent garden at Burgos Valladolid Osma and Madrid
396
de Espinosa
397
Addressed by Our Lady of Atocha 374 cathedral of Seville
403
Artists of Murcia painters N de And is patronized by the Admiral
407
Murillos third style
408
J A Escalante
410
Alvarez de Nava
411
His peasantmodel
412
His additions to the royal palaces 409 Queen Margaret
413
F Lopez
417
His painterwife Doña Isabel Caras
419
He visits Granada and Valencia
423
Last work
426
Engraves the Custodia of the Cathe His ideas on the origin of painting 1128
429
Praised by Lope de Vega and other Herrera the
431
B Perez
432
Continuation of his Journey by I Obligations of the present writer
433
Urzanqui
434
Appointed drawing master to the In He visits England and becomes
435
His skill in painting heads
436
Removal from Paular to Granada
438
J de Haro
444
Canonization of St Ferdinand and Notices of miraculous images
449
Influence of the national character 13 Philip II and B Cellinis Crucifix
450
Picture of El Aguador de Sevilla
452
The philanthropist Don Miguel Ma Pictures of the Virgin taught to read
453
Other works of a similar kind
463
Sta Rufina and Sta Justa
465
Painting popular with the multitude Colouring School of Castile El
466
Remarks on the evidence
467
His writings
469
Takes orders and possession of a J de Guzman or Fr J del Santisimo
481
His knowledge of languages
482
Artists of Valencia
492
Devotion of Spanish painters
499
Sevillian painters of still life
508

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Página 122 - The glories of our blood and state Are shadows, not substantial things ; There is no armour against fate ; Death lays his icy hand on kings : Sceptre and crown Must tumble down, And in the dust be equal made With the poor crooked scythe and spade.
Página 342 - Si de lejos al arma dió el aliento Ronco la trompa militar de Marte, De repente estremece un movimiento Los miembros, sin parar en una parte ; Crece el resuello, y recogido el viento, Por la abierta nariz ardiendo parte; Arroja por el cuello levantado El cerdoso cabello al diestro lado.
Página 261 - No quiso el cielo que hablase, porque con mi entendimiento diese mayor sentimiento a las cosas que pintase; y tanta vida les di con el pincel singular, que, como no pude hablar, hice que hablasen por mi.
Página 158 - And they brought every man his present, vessels of silver and vessels of gold, and garments and armour and spices, horses and mules, a rate year by year.
Página 435 - Nature herself, amazed, does doubting stand, Which is her own and which the painter's hand; And does attempt the like with less success, When her own work in twins she would express. His all-resembling pencil did out-pass The mimic imagery of looking-glass.
Página 313 - He is saying, ' Forgive them, Lord, for they know not what they do.' " As a painter Vargas is remarkable for the grandeur and simplicity of his designs, and for the purity and grace of his female heads, for correctness of drawing, and agreeable freshness of colour. We are hardly, perhaps, in a condition to form an adequate estimate of his powers ; his easel pictures are few, and it was probably to his frescoes, now so dim and defaced, that he trusted for fame.
Página 341 - Con el pié resonante y atrevido, Animoso, insolente, libre, ufano, Sin temer el horror de estruendo vano. Brioso el alto cuello y enarcado Con la cabeza descarnada y viva : Llenas las cuencas; ancho y dilatado El bello espacio de la frente altiva: Breve el vientre rollizo, no pesado, Ni...
Página 338 - Pario , ni en los colores exquisitos: La vaga fama con robusto aliento En él esparce los canoros gritos, Con que celebra las famosas lides Desde la India á la Ciudad de Alcides.
Página 341 - Brioso el alto cuello y enarcado, Con la cabeza descarnada y viva; Llenas las cuencas, ancho y dilatado El bello espacio de la frente altiva: Breve el vientre rollizo, no pesado Ni caido de lados, y que aviva Los ojos eminentes; las orejas Altas sin derramarlas y parejas.
Página 72 - which points to heaven with spires more rich and delicate than any that crown the cities of the imperial Rhine. He also began to rebuild the Cathedral of Toledo, where during four hundred years artists swarmed and labored like bees ; and splendid prelates lavished their princely revenues to make fair and glorious the temple of God intrusted to their care.

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