Cotán, Juan Sánchez


Historical dictionary of Renaissance art. . 2008.

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  • Juan Sánchez Cotán — Bodegón de caza, hortalizas y frutas, firmado «Ju. Sanchez cotan f./1602», Museo del Prado, Madrid, óleo sobre lienzo (69 x 89 cm). Juan Sánchez Cotán (Orgaz, Toledo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Juan Sánchez Cotán — (June 25 1560 – September 8 1627)was a Spanish Baroque painter, a pioneer of realism in Spain. His still lifes, also called bodegones were painted in a strikingly austere style, especially when compared to similar works in Netherlands and Italy.… …   Wikipedia

  • Juan Sánchez — (or Juan Sanchez) may refer to:*Sánchez Brown, Juan Ignacio (b. 1977), Argentine basketball player. *Sánchez Cotán, Juan (1560 1627) Spanish baroque painter. *Sánchez Martínez, Juan, Puerto Rican human rights commissioner *Sánchez Moreno, Juan… …   Wikipedia

  • Juan Sánchez — puede hacer referencia a: Personajes Juan Sánchez de Sevilla, judeoconverso castellano (siglo XIV) Juan Sánchez de Castro, documentado en 1478, pintor español; Juan Sánchez de San Román, documentado en 1480, pintor español; Juan Sánchez Cotán… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sánchez Cotán, Juan — born 1561, Orgaz, Spain died Sept. 8, 1627, Granada Spanish painter. Profoundly religious, he was influenced early by the spirit of Catholic mysticism that dominated the intellectual life of Toledo, where he was a still life painter. He entered a …   Universalium

  • Sánchez Cotán, Juan — (1561, Orgaz, España–8 sep. 1627, Granada). Pintor español. Profundamente religioso, se vio influido a temprana edad por el espíritu del misticismo católico que dominaba la vida intelectual de Toledo, donde dedicaba su tiempo a pintar bodegones.… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sánchez Cotán, Juan — (1561 1627)    Spanish still life painter from the region of Toledo who almost completely abandoned his career in 1603 when he entered the Carthusian Monastery of Granada as a lay brother. Sánchez Cotán s patrons included the aristocratic and… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Juan van der Hamen — y (Gómez de) León (bapt. 8 April 1596 28 March 1631) was a Spanish painter, a master of the still life paintings, also called bodegones. During his lifetime, he was prolific and versatile, painting allegories, landscapes, and large scale works… …   Wikipedia

  • Juan van der Hamen — Bodegón con cardo, hortalizas y paisaje nevado, 1623, óleo sobre lienzo (67 x 104 cm), antes en la colección del Marqués de Casa Torres, Madrid. De técnica abocetada, tiene su pareja en el Cuenco chino con melocotones y uvas, paisaje de verano,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Juan Esteban — Puesto de caza, fruta y verduras o Escena de mercado, óleo sobre lienzo (128 x 167 cm.), Museo de Bellas Artes de Granada, firmado «Joannes Stephanus / faciebat Ubete 1606». Juan Esteban de Medina (activo entre 1597 y 1635), llamado también Juan… …   Wikipedia Español

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