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Juan de Valdés Leal (1622-1690), his life and work

Duncan Theobald Kinkead

Juan de Valdés Leal (1622-1690), his life and work

by Duncan Theobald Kinkead

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Spain,
  • Seville.
    • Subjects:
    • Valdés Leal, Juan de, 1622-1690.,
    • Painters -- Spain -- Biography.,
    • Painting, Baroque -- Spain -- Seville.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDuncan Theobald Kinkead.
      SeriesOutstanding dissertations in the fine arts
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsND813.V2 K56 1978
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 652 p., [60] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages652
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4573202M
      ISBN 100824032322
      LC Control Number77094700

      Valdés, Juan de, Juán de Valdés' commentary on the first book of the Psalms: now for the first time translated from the Spanish, having never been published in English / ([s.l.: s.n.], ), also by Edward Boehmer and John T. Betts (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Juan de Valdés Leal (artist) Spanish, - The Assumption of the Virgin c. / oil on canvas overall: x cm (84 11/16 x 61 9/16 in.).

      Juan de Valdés (Cuenca, Nápoles, ) fue un humanista, erasmista y escritor español. Se le ha tenido por protestante pero, según Marcel Bataillon, murió "en el seno de la Iglesia católica" [1]. Fue hermano, quizá gemelo, del también escritor y secretario real Alfonso de Valdés. [2. The Exaltation of the Cross, in the form of a narrative series, appeared in several early Renaissance frescoes. But it is a subject rarely represented in painting. Juan de Valdés Leal frequently used painted sketches to work out his ideas for large-scale compositions.

      Vanitas by Juan de Valdes Leal (Getlein, 15) is a work that achieves the combination of the materialistic theme with the theme of life and death. Leal is able to illustrate elements concerning both the fleeting moment of life along with the subsequent uselessness of materialistic possessions within one’s lifetime.   Juan de Valdés Leal (–) Description: Spanish painter, sculptor and architect: Date of birth/death: 4 May 15 October Location of birth/death: Seville: Seville: Work period: Baroque: Authority control:Work period: Baroque.


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Juan de Valdés Leal. Juan de Valdés Leal (4 May – 15 October ) was a Spanish painter and etcher of the Baroque era. Valdés was born in Seville in He became a painter, sculptor, and architect. By his twenties, he was studying under Antonio del Castillo in place: Seville, Spain.

Seville. Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla. "Valdés Leal," February 28–Mano. Madrid. Museo Nacional del Prado. "Valdés Leal," April 25–Jno. Mexico City. Centro Cultural Arte Contemporáneo. "Juan de Valdés Leal y el arte sevillano del barroco," August 5–December 5.

Juan de Valdés Leal (Sevilla, ) fue un pintor barroco español activo en Córdoba y Sevilla. Artista fecundo y de poderosa inventiva, pero desigual en el acabado de sus obras, es conocido fundamentalmente por los dos «jeroglíficos de las postrimerías» pintados hacia para la iglesia del Hospital de la Caridad de Sevilla, donde aún se ality: Spanish.

Juan de Valdés Leal, a Spanish painter and etcher of the Baroque era, also had a preoccupation with it. Vanitas. From a panoramic perspective, Juan de Valdés Leal’s Vanitas is full of a jumble of objects with a cherub looking over them and a man hiding behind curtain.

In the foreground to left, a skull crowned with a laurel wreath, which is usually crowns those who have achieve great success. These are the sources and citations used to research Juan de Valdes Leal. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Friday, Decem Chapter of an ed.

book. Bray, X. The Sacred Made Real - The National Gallery - London. In-text: (Bray, ) Your Bibliography: Bray, X., The Sacred Made Real. Juan de Nisa Valdés Leal, (born May 4,Sevilla, Spain—died OctoSevilla), painter, president of the Sevilla (Seville) Academy, and the major figure in Sevillian painting for many years, known for his dramatic, inventive, and often violent paintings.

His father was Portuguese, and Valdés Leal was educated in Córdoba under the guidance of Antonio del Castillo and worked. Valdés Leal, Juan de Sevilla, - Sevilla, This Spanish painter and engraver was an exact contemporary of Murillo as well as his greatest rival as a painter in Seville at that time.

In Ictu Oculi (In the blink of an eye) is a very large oil on canvas painting by the Spanish Baroque artist Juan de Valdés is dated toand was commissioned by the Brotherhood of Charity (the Caridad) lay confraternity for the Hospital de la Caridad, Seville, a resting place for the old and a burial ground for work is one of a pair of similar memento mori paintings.

Juan de Valdés Leal, né Juan de Nisa le 4 mai à Séville et mort le 15 octobre (à 68 ans) dans la même ville, est un peintre baroque espagnol, qui fut aussi sculpteur, doreur, graveur et architecte [1].

Il est considéré comme l'un des grands peintres de l'école andalouse et il a laissé, notamment dans sa ville natale, de nombreuses œuvres, dont de célèbres VanitésDécès: 15 octobre (à 68 ans), Séville.

Page of Ascension of Elijah by VALDÉS LEAL, Juan de in the Web Gallery of Art, a searchable image collection and database of European painting, sculpture and architecture ().

In Ictu Oculi Oil on canvas, x cm Hospital de la Caridad, Seville: The Brotherhood of Charity, the Caridad, as it is known, was one of Seville's major lay confraternities.

It was founded in with the mission of providing a decent burial for paupers. Las obras de Valdés Leal en Sevilla. Juan de Valdés Leal fue un célebre pintor y grabador barroco sevillano. Nació el 4 de mayo desiendo bautizado en la Iglesia de San Esteban, donde una placa lo recuerda.

Representante de un estilo barroco marcadamente naturalista y con tendencia al tenebrismo, con él la escuela sevillana de pintura del siglo XVII alcanzó el momento álgido de /5(16). Juan de Valdés Leal (Sevilla, ) fue un pintor barroco español activo en Córdoba y Sevilla. Artista fecundo y de poderosa inventiva, pero desigual en el acabado de sus obras, es conocido fundamentalmente por los dos «jeroglíficos de las postrimerías» pintados hacia para la iglesia del Hospital de la Caridad de Sevilla, donde aún se conservan.

(bapt. Seville, 4 May ; bur. Seville, 15 Oct. Spanish painter and etcher, active mainly in Seville. He settled there permanently in after spending part of his early career in Córdoba, and following Murillo's death in he was the leading artist in the city.

- Explore chinatalk's board "Juan de Valdes Leal", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Art, Spanish painters and Painting pins.Even during his lifetime, Juan de Valdés Leal became known for somber, if not macabre, subjects painted in a dramatic style.

Commissions throughout his life included altarpieces, retables, vanitas paintings, and frescoes. Valdés Leal's art reflects the intensely religious spirit of seventeenth. The location of the works of Juan Valdes Leal (), just by the entrance, means that visitors are first confronted by the grim warning they provide against earthly vanities, before walking along the “path to salvation” past the Seven Acts of Mercy.