Diego Velázquez - National Gallery show preview
Sunday Times art critic, Waldemar Januszczak, presents an exciting vodcast on the Velazquez exhibition at the National Gallery in London.
Diego Velázquez
The works of Diego Velazquez, Spanish Baroque painter set to: Suite española for piano, Op. 47, B7 No.1: Granada Composed by Isaac Albeniz.
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
The spiritual works of Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Spanish Baroque painter, and the music of Francisco Guerrero.
Clemente de Torres
Clemente de Torres is the stage name of Clemente de Torvisco y Escobar (November 23, 1662 - 1730), was a Spanish Baroque painter of Genoese origin.De Torres started painting about 1680, and trained wi...
Clemente de Torres - Wikipedia
Niccolò Granello
Niccolò Granello, also Nicholas Granello and Granelo Nicolao (1553 - 30 November 1593), was an Italian painter established in Spain, specialized in frescos decorative painting grotesques.Son of the fi...
Niccolò Granello - Wikipedia
Diego Vidal de Liendo
Diego Vidal de Liendo (1622–1648), "the Younger" of that name, was a Spanish painter of the Baroque. He was born at Valmaseda. He was also called Vidal the Younger. He was the nephew of Vidal the elde...
Diego Vidal de Liendo - Wikipedia
Francisco Barrera
Francisco Barrera was a Spanish painter best known by his eloquent and successful appeal on behalf of his fellow-artists, upon whom in 1640 the Government wished to impose the taxes levied upon trade ...
Francisco Barrera - Wikipedia
Vincenzo Carducci
Vincenzo Carducci (in Spanish, sometimes Vicencio or Vicente Carducho; 1568–1638) was an Italian painter.
He was born in Florence, and was trained as a painter by his brother Bartolomeo, who...
Vincenzo Carducci - Wikipedia
Alexandro Loarte
Alexandro Loarte was a Spanish painter, active during the late-Renaissance and early-Baroque period. He was born in Toledo and initially trained with El Greco. He painted a Miracle of the Loaves and F...
Alexandro Loarte - Wikipedia
Diego Polo the Younger
Diego Polo the Younger (1620–1655) was a Spanish painter of the Baroque period. He was the nephew of the elder Diego Polo. He was born in Burgos. He was a scholar of Antonio Lanchares. He painted seve...
Diego Polo the Younger - Wikipedia
Blas de Ledesma
Blas de Ledesma (floruit 1602-1614) was a Spanish painter of the reign of Philip III. He is mentioned by Pacheco as a successful imitator of the frescoes of Julio and Alessandro.
Blas de Ledesma - Wikipedia
Antonio Fernandez Arias
Antonio Fernández Arias (around 1614 in Madrid-1684 in Madrid) was a Spanish painter of the Baroque period.He was a precocious pupil of Pedro de las Cuevas, and employed at the age of 11 years to help...
Ventura Ligli
Ventura Ligli (late 17th – early 18th century) was an Italian painter, active in Naples and Madrid. He was a pupil of Luca Giordano in Naples, and went to Spain, where he was called Lirios. By 1682 ...
Ventura Ligli - Wikipedia
Bernardo Germán de Llórente
Bernardo Germán de Llórente (1685 – 15 January 1759) was a Spanish painter of the late-Baroque period.Born and died in Seville. He was a pupil of Cristóbal López, painter of la Feria. Llorente ...
Bernardo Germán de Llórente - Wikipedia
Luis Paret y Alcázar
Luis Paret y Alcázar (February 11, 1746 – February 14, 1799) was a Spanish painter of the late-Baroque or Rococo period. He was born in Madrid he first trained with Antonio González Velázquez and atte...
Luis Paret y Alcázar - Wikipedia