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A biographical history of the fine arts, being Memoirs of the lives and works of eminent painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects. From the earliest ages to the present time. Alphabetically arranged, and condensed from the best authorities

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A biographical history of the fine arts, being Memoirs of the lives and works of eminent painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects. From the earliest ages to the present time. Alphabetically arranged, and condensed from the best authorities

A biographical history of the fine arts, being Memoirs of the lives and works of eminent painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects. From the earliest ages to the present time. Alphabetically arranged, and condensed from the best authorities

Fuente : Internet Archive

A biographical history of the fine arts, being Memoirs of the lives and works of eminent painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects. From the earliest ages to the present time. Alphabetically arranged, and condensed from the best authorities

A biographical history of the fine arts, being Memoirs of the lives and works of eminent painters, engravers, sculptors, and architects. From the earliest ages to the present time. Alphabetically arranged, and condensed from the best authorities

Fuente : Internet Archive

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was Juan Fernandez Navarette, or Juan Fernandez Ximems de Navarette. He was called El Mudo after he had acquired distinction


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1526. His real name was Juan Fernandez Navarette, or Juan Fernandez Ximems de Navarette. He was called El Mudo after


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in 157L He studied under Luis Fernandez, a painter of serges and flags, to which occupation, and that of painting


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tf as the son of Francisco Fernandez, a painter of the city of Vizeu, where Vasco was born and baptized,


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his instructions, be studied under Francisco Fernandez at Madrid. At the death of the latter he went to Rome, and