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PAREJA Juan de (b. ca. 1606, Antequera, Sevilla, d. ca. 1670, Madrid) Nationality : Spanish

Spanish painter, the mulatto son of a female slave. His mother was a slave named Zulema and his father, whom he never met, was thought to have been a white Spaniard. According to one source, Pareja was orphaned at age five when his mother died, and was taken in by his master's mistress. Juan lived with her for many years. Her nephew, Diego Velazquez, inherited Juan following his aunt's death. Other sources say Juan de Pareja was not a slave but a servant to Diego Velazquez.

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