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"Coronación de la Virgen" fue pintada en el año 1591 en Espana. - Style of this painting is mannerism, and was popular in the late renaissance. - The picture shows Mary crowned as "Queen of Heaven". - He worked with his son, Jorge Manual Theotokopoulos. - El Greco made the painting effectively adapted to the oval field, which means that he aimed for the shapes within the painting as circular. - He made the viewpoint of the painting looking from downbelow to symbolize looking up at Heaven.

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"El Milagro de Cristo Curando a los Ciegos" fue pintada en el año 1570 en Venecia, Italia. - The subject of this painting was popular during the time of the Counter-Reformation. The healing of blindness was symbolic of the revelation of the true faith. - Paintings, with people, usually resulted in unnaturally long figures - He used that lightness and brightness of the colors in the people's clothing to contrast with the shadows that he put in the background of the painting on the…

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"Vista De Toledo" fue creado en el ano 1600. El Greco le encanto la ciudad de Toledo. - In this artwork, he showed vivid colors and dramatic light contrasts. - El Greco used the idea of good vs. evil when creating the lighting - This is the only independent landscape picture by El Greco that has survived - When painting this, El Greco imaginatively reorganized the city. Specifically, he shows the cathedral not in its actual position, but to the left of the Alcázar palace.

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El Greco fue un artista, un escultor, y un arquitecto de la Renacimiento Español (Spanish Renaissance). - His full name is Domenikos Theotokopoulos - He was born in the year 1541 at the Kingdom of Candia -Died on April 7, 1614 in Toledo, Spain. - In 1577 El Greco visited Toledo and fell in love with it and decided to live there forever. - His nationalities are Spanish and Greek - His nickname, El Greco, means "The Greek" - Considered the first genius of the Spanish school of painting

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