Artist: Cano Alonso Spain 1601 to 1667





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Alonso Cano,1601-1667, Spanish artist, painter, and draftsman called “the Spanish Michelangelo” on account of the variety of his abilities. Conceived and kicked the bucket in Granada and worked there and in Seville and Madrid. His stormy character halfway directed his developments, for more than once, he escaped or was ousted from the city he was working in (once for the associated murder with his significant other). Regardless of his savage disposition, his work will, in general, be quiet and frequently sweet. He considered artistic creation in Seville and remained in the city from 1614 to 1638 when he moved to Madrid to turn into a painter to the Count-Duke Olivares and was utilized by Philip IV to reestablish pictures of the regal assortment. Accordingly, he got familiar with crafted by the sixteenth-century Venetian experts, whose impact is evident in his later compositions; they are a lot gentler in procedure than his previous pictures, which are unequivocally lit in the way of Zurbarã¡n.