This study of the Spanish painter Francisco de Zurbarán (1598–1664) includes recently uncovered archival documents, which allowed the author María Luisa Caturla to examine new aspects of Zurbarán’s life and of the evolution of his work.
Translation and critical interpretation: Odile Delenda
Wildenstein Institute and La Bibliothèque des Arts
369 pages, 28 x 33.5 cm
80 color plates, 400 black & white illustrations
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