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JUANES Juan de (b. ca. 1523, Fuente de la Higuera, d. 1579, Bocairente) Nationality : Spanish

Juan de Juanes was a Spanish painter, the son of the painter Vicente Macip (c.1475-c.1545), who had almost certainly studied in Italy, and probably in Venice. Juanes painted 'ideal' Counter-Reformation images, based on Leonardo's Last Supper (engraved by Marcantonio Raimondi) and Raphael's Madonnas, but also with some influence from Flanders, e.g. Quentin Massys. His work is technically less precise than that of his father in the delineation of form; he preferred sfumato effects in modelling, very different from the sharper sculptural outlines of Macip.

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