2 edition of Pareja in the collection of the Hispanic Society of America found in the catalog.
Pareja in the collection of the Hispanic Society of America
Hispanic Society of America.
|Statement||Don Martin de Leyva (attributed); Don Alonso Mora y Villalta (attributed)|
|Series||Hispanic notes & monographs; essays, studies, and brief biographies|
|LC Classifications||ND813.P34 H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 12 p.|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||28024149|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hispanic Society of America. Pareja in the collection of the Hispanic Society of America. New York, Printed by Order of the Trustees, Pareja in the collection of the Hispanic of America by Hispanic Society of America (Book) Hua shi xiao zhu shou = Yi, Ruan de Pareja by Elizabeth Borton de Treviño (Book).
New York,pp. 13–14, calls the version in the Hispanic Society a copy, possibly made by Juan de Pareja in Velázquez's studio, and under his direction; suggests their version was the portrait in the collection of Cardinal Trajano de Acquaviva in Rome in the 18th century.
Hispanic Society of America: Carreño de Miranda in the collection of the Hispanic Society of America. (New York, Printed by Order of the Trustees, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Hispanic Society of America: Castilian wood-carvings of the late Gothic period.
Juan de Pareja has written: 'Pareja in the collection of the Hispanic Society of America' Velazquez lived with his wife and his slave/not slave Juan de Pareja.
There is a book about. There’s also a label with a photograph that says, “The Hispanic Society of America is a museum located at th Street,” telling them what it is. So people are becoming more and more aware.
How tall is Juan Gabriel Pareja. Wiki User Juan Gabriel Pareja is 5' 9 1/2". Related Questions. Asked in Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages When was Juan Gabriel Pareja born. They comprised three works lent by The Hispanic Society of America — Gaspar de Guzman, Count-Duke of Olivares, Portrait of a Little Girl, and Camillo Astalli, known as Cardinal Pamphili; portraits of Juan de Pareja and the Infanta Maria Teresa of Spain lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art; and The Frick Collection's own portrait of King.
This Sorolla painting belongs to the Visión de España collection located in the Hispanic Society of America. Each painting represents a region of the Iberian Peninsula. This painting depicts a scene in Valencia where you can see two of the the most traditional Spanish outfits, which are the typical Valencian fallero and fallera dresses, and the flag of this Spanish region in the center of.
National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the contributions Hispanic Americans have made to American society and culture and to honor five of our Central American neighbors who celebrate their independence.
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The programs are being hosted by various divisions throughout the Library. The Hispanic Society of America. Velazquez and Goya paintings. The Interior of the building suggests a Spanish patio; but as the ground floor is arranged as a reading-room, the architect has introduced a glass roof.
Let us accompany a Stranger who, maybe, enters this unique museum for the first time. Hispanic Society of America, New York Unfinished according to López-Rey, highlighting the vigorous brushstrokes in the garment, and "one of the most captivating female portraits by Velazquez," according to Brown.
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A historian of colonial Mexico by training, Eric Van Young has written on rural economic history (especially the history of haciendas) and regions in Mexico. In the mids his interest turned to the history of popular groups in the Mexican independence struggle ( - ), on which he published a .At Madrid, his art was profoundly influenced by Venetian paintings in the royal collection and by Peter Paul Rubens, who spent six months at the court on a diplomatic mission during which he painted royal portraits and copied the king’s masterpieces by Titian.
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