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July 20, 2010
9781907372001
English
368
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Art in Spain and the Hispanic World

Edited by Sarah Schoth
Over the course of the last 40 years, art historian Jonathan Brown has done more than anyone to reform our approach to the art of the Hispanic world between the age of El Greco and Velázquez and that of Goya. —This volume includes 19 essays by distinguished scholars on such subjects as El Greco's portraits, Ribera's 'Beggar Philosophers', Velázquez and the imperial court in Vienna, Goya's 'Red Boy', Picasso's "Dark Mirror", patronage of Italian Renaissance tombs in Spain, portraits for trade in Mexico in the 17th and 18th centuries, and the historiography of colonial art in Latin America. The introduction, by John H. Elliott, explores the ways in which our understanding of Spain's monarchy and empire has benefited from and been altered by the interaction of historians and art historians.-
Paul Holberton Publishing

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