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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/31/11 Spanish Baroque Painting And the Habsburg dynasty
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3/31/11 Habsburg Spain (16th and 17th centuries) Family the most powerful rulers in Europe Holy Roman Emperors/ kings of Spain Cultural golden age Staunch Roman Catholic Wealthy (New World colonies) (left: Titian, “Charles V at the Battle of Muhlberg,” 1547)
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3/31/11 The Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real (“The Escorial”) Monastery AND palace during the reign of Philip II (1556-1598)
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3/31/11 El Greco, “Self Portrait (?)”, ca. 1595 “El Greco”: The Greek (1541-1614) real name Domenicos Theotokopoulos Born in Crete Worked in Venice and Rome Moved to Toledo and worked in Spain from 1577 until his death Spanish Renaissance painter?
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3/31/11 El Greco, “The Burial of Count Orgaz,” 1586
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3/31/11 Parmigianino, “Madonna with the Long Neck,” ca. 1535 Mannerism
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3/31/11 El Greco, “View of Toledo,” 1612
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3/31/11 Jose de Ribera (1591-1652) Born in Spain Follower of Caravaggio Moved to Naples (Italy) Known for martyrdom and
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