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Zurbarán

(Spanish θurβaˈran)
n
(Biography) Francisco de (franˈθisko de). 1598–1664, Spanish Baroque painter, esp of religious subjects

Zur•ba•rán

(ˌzʊər bɑˈrɑn, ˌsʊər-)

n.
Francisco de, 1598–1663?, Spanish painter.
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Mas de 200 piezas que recrean el Imaginario iconografico del Rey desde el siglo XVI con ecos hasta el XIX, a traves de grandes maestros como Francisco Goya, Francisco Zurbaran, Diego Velazquez, Miguel Cabrera, Juan Correa, Cristobal Villalpando, Manuel Tolsa, Santiago Rebull, entre muchos otros.
Did something along these lines go through the mind of the investment fund manager, Jonathan Ruffer, when he decided to donate PS15m to save the set of paintings by the 17th Century Spanish master Francisco Zurbaran that hang in Auckland Castle?
Church of England officials last week insisted they have made no decision on selling 12 paintings by 17th-Century Spanish artist Francisco Zurbaran currently hanging in Auckland Castle, Durham, amid speculation the castle will also be sold.
The exact replicas of 16th century religious costumes, inspired by the paintings of Spanish artist Francisco Zurbaran, will be on show at Auckland Castle in Bishop Auckland, later in the year, with a possibility of more UK exhibitions later in the year.
Reune ensayos sobre artes plasticas, elaborados a lo largo de su carrera, de pintores y escultores tan disimbolos como Velazquez, Piero della Francesca, Jacobo Borges, Juan Soriano, Juan Martinez, Brian Nissen, Francisco Zurbaran, Eduardo Chillida, Antonio Saura, Pierre Alechinsky, Valerio Adami, Armando Morales, Rembrandt, Jose Guadalupe Posada, Saturnino Herran, Jose Luis Cuevas, Frida Kahlo, Fernando Botero, Francisco Toledo, Rufino Tamayo, Roberto Marta, Fernando de Szyslo, Gunther Gerzso, Leonora Carrington, Antonio Segui, y los abstractos brasilenos, fundamentalmente.
Auckland Castle: Greeted effusively and, for a very reasonable fee, view the 17th century Spanish master, Francisco Zurbaran.