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Luis Paret y alcazar
The watchfulness of Diogenes

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Luis Paret y alcazar The watchfulness of Diogenes
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Luis Paret y alcazar

Spanish Rococo Era Painter, 1746-1799 was a Spanish painter of the late-Baroque or Rococo period. He was born in Madrid he first trained with Antonio Gonz??lez Velazquez and attended the Academia Real de San Fernando in Madrid, where he won a second prize in a painting contest in 1760, and first prize in 1766. He entered the studio of the French painter Charles de la Traverse, who worked for the Marchese of Ossun, the ambassador of France in Spain. Unfortunately upon returning to Madrid, despite becoming a teacher in the Academia de San Fernando at age 33 years, he mainly received royal commissions to paint and engrave vistas of ports, the Spanish equivalent of vedute, and also of planned works of construction. For some years, he was banished to Puerto Rico, where he trained the painter Jose Campeche.  Related Paintings of Luis Paret y alcazar :. | Virgin and Child with St James the Great | Still-Life with Fruit | Carlos III comiendo ante su corte | A Masked Ball | The Antique Store |
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