4 edition of El Greco. found in the catalog.
|Statement||[Translated from the Italian by Eva Pirie.|
|Series||The New Grosset art library,, 5|
|LC Classifications||ND813.T4 P83 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39,  p.|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||67025789|
BERLIN — An El Greco painting, one of several dozen from a collection of Old Masters previously belonging to a Viennese industrialist and seized by the Gestapo in Vienna in , has been returned to the family of its former owner after a swift process of recovery, thanks to a cooperative dealer. El Greco was determined to make his own mark in Rome defending his personal artistic views, ideas and style. He stayed with Alessandro Farnese, who was possibly the wealthiest and most influential patron in Rome, during this period. In , El Greco joined the painter's academy, where he was known to have one or two assistants while working here.
In , El Greco migrated to Madrid, then to Toledo, where he produced his mature works. At the time, Toledo was the religious capital of Spain and a populous city with "an illustrious past, a prosperous present and an uncertain future". In Rome, El Greco had earned the respect of some intellectuals, but was also facing the hostility of certain art critics. Why report to El Greco? Who is he in Kazantzakis’s life? There is little in the book of his relationship to El Greco, though the last 20 pages, the Epilogue, is addressed directly to El Greco. Before this he only briefly mentions the painter in four or five passage. El Greco is sort of a special hero, especially since he was born in Crete. El Greco ("The Greek", – 7 April ) was a painter, sculptor, and architect of the Spanish usually signed his paintings in Greek letters with his full name, Doménicos Theotokópoulos (Greek: Δομήνικος Θεοτοκόπουλος).. El Greco was born in Crete, which was the center of Post-Byzantine art at that time. He trained and became a master of that kind of.
El Greco moved to Rome in and stayed there until , when he began working in the palace of Cardinal Alessandro , El Greco joined the painters’ academy and established a studio, but he was widely unsuccessful — most likely due to his criticism of Michelangelo’s artistic abilities, which was something that the Roman art establishment did not Author: Elizabeth Segura. Imprint Restaurant name El Greco Address Guglgasse 6, Wien, Österreich Phone number E-mail [email protected] CloseLocation: Guglgasse 6, Wien, Austria. El Greco and Modernism. Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Beat Wismer, Michael Scholz-Hänsel. Text by Beat Wismer. The oeuvre of El Greco (–) was first introduced to a broad German audience in , through Julius Meier-Graefe’s The Spanish us artists subsequently caught “Greco fever” when they first saw larger .
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El Greco: The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, – Ebook many of the four hundred years since the death of Domenikos Theotokopoulos, the artist known to his Spanish neighbors as El Greco, his work was regarded with the same disdain as that of his younger contemporary Caravaggio.