Lot n° 521

PEDRO ATANASIO BOCANEGRA 1635 /…

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"Annunciation"
Painter from the Granada School, disciple of Alonso Cano. His style is very close to that of his master. He has a special sensitivity and charm in his religious images, which are delicate and with a great sense of devotion, such as this annunciation of the Virgin, made in his time in Madrid where he arrived at court under the protection of the Marquis of Manwax. He stood out mainly for his successful interpretation of colour derived from Flemish art and especially from Anton Van Dyck. The representation of the Virgin is reminiscent of the one in the same author's painting "Virgen con el Niño y Santa Isabel y San Juan" found in the Musseo del Prado. Signed with an anagram and as a painter of His Majesty and dated 1684 in the lower left corner
164 x 228 cm.
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