Francisco de Zurbarán

Volumes I – II
Odile Delenda

The Spanish painter Francisco de Zurbarán (1598–1664) worked on the decoration of the royal palace Buen Retiro in Madrid under the direction of Velázquez, where he first realized mythological paintings. Back in Sevilla, he painted large cycles in local monasteries, and other religious figures or portraits of apostles. Zurbarán is one of the greatest painter of the Spanish Golden Age, remembered for the austere dignity of his compositions, the intensity of his religious depictions, the rigorous organization of his still-lifes, and his attention to everyday objects represented with a moving simplicity.

AuthorOdile Delenda and Almudena Ros de Barbero
Publication Date2009–2010
PublisherWildenstein Institute and Fundación de Apoyo a la Historia del Arte Hispánico
ISBN-139788493726027 and 9788493726034

Volume I

Catálogo Razonado y Crítico

787 pages
500 color and
black & white illustrations

Volume II

Los Conjuntos
y el Obrador

520 pages
1,000 color and
black & white illustrations

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