Saint John The Babtist, by Juan Martinez Montanes, 1620-30, Spain, poly chromed wood with gilding

Saint John The Babtist, by Juan Martinez Montanes, 1620-30, Spain, poly chromed wood with gilding

San Bruno de Juan Martínez Montañés

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Santo Domingo - Juan Martínez Montañés

Santo Domingo - Juan Martínez Montañés

A sculpture by Juan Martinez Montanes (squiggly over the N and accent over the E in the last name) and Francisco Pacheco of Saint Francis Borgia circa 1624 is paired with the Alonso Cano painting of the same name painted in 1624.

A sculpture by Juan Martinez Montanes (squiggly over the N and accent over the E in the last name) and Francisco Pacheco of Saint Francis Borgia circa 1624 is paired with the Alonso Cano painting of the same name painted in 1624.

SAN FRANCISCO DE BORJA-S-XVII BAROQUE SCULPTURE-SCHOOL SEVILLANA.  Author: Juan Martinez Montanes. In the Church of the Annunciation, Seville, Spain

SAN FRANCISCO DE BORJA-S-XVII BAROQUE SCULPTURE-SCHOOL SEVILLANA. Author: Juan Martinez Montanes. In the Church of the Annunciation, Seville, Spain

Santo Domingo - Juan Martínez Montañés

Santo Domingo - Juan Martínez Montañés


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