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Antonio Ricci en Madrid: 1586-1635

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Author(s): García López, David

Journal: Archivo Español de Arte
ISSN 0004-0428

Volume: 83;
Issue: 329;
Start page: 75;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: Antonio Ricci (c. 1565-c. 1635) | Spanish Painting | 17th Century Portrait painters | Jeronimo Gratti | Caballero de Gracia (1516-1617) | Academy of Painting in Madrid | Antonio Ricci (c. 1565-c. 1635) | Pintura Española | Retratistas del siglo XVII | Jeronimo Gratti | Caballero de Gracia (1516-1617) | Academia madrileña de pintura

ABSTRACT
Life of painter Antonio Ricci is studied by new documents from his arrived at Escorial with Federico Zuccari in 1586. Ricci worked in the Palace of Madrid and was involved in the birth of the Academy of Painting. Here are studied his work as Painter and Appraiser, or his portrait of Philip IV of Spain and his relationship with Jeronimo Gratti, Caballero de Gracia.Nuevas aportaciones documentales aclaran la vida del pintor Antonio Ricci en la Corte española desde su llegada a El Escorial junto a Federico Zuccari en 1586. Ricci trabajó como pintor en el entorno palaciego y estuvo involucrado desde el principio en el intento de creación de la Academia madrileña de pintores. Se detallan aquí su trabajo como tasador, su retrato del futuro Felipe IV o su cercana relación con un personaje tan singular como Jeronimo Gratti, el Caballero de Gracia.

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