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COELLO Claudio (b. 1642, Madrid, d. 1693, Madrid) Nationality : Spanish

Coello was, like Velazquez, of Portuguese descent, but became the last great painter of the School of Madrid. The principal influences on his work seem to have been Rubens, Van Dyck and Titian - that is, he used his opportunities to study the Spanish Royal collection, which had masterpieces by all of them. He also studied in Italy at some time 1656/64 and was influenced by contemporaries such as Dolci. He became Painter to the King in 1683, and was promoted Pintor de Camara in 1686. His pictures tend to be overcrowded and rather complicated, and are reminiscent of Neapolitan Rococo.

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  • Holy Family

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  • King Charles II

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  • La Sagrada Forma

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  • Portrait of Teresa Francisca Mudarra y Herrera

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  • Self-Portrait

    COELLO Claudio

  • St Dominic

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  • St Dominic of Guzman

    COELLO Claudio

  • The Triumph of St Augustine

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