All Machuca, Pedro 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
32865 Deposition  Deposition   mk84 1520-25 Madrid
19231 Descent from the Cross  Descent from the Cross   1547 Oil on panel Museo del Prado, Madrid.
62363 Descent from the Cross  Descent from the Cross   141 x 128 cm (incl. frame) Museo del Prado, Madrid Machuca was an extraordinary artist, an architect, sculptor and painter. He built the palace of Charles V in Granada, a work of exceptional quality, one of the very few existing Renaissance buildings with a circular court. His training as an architect is evident in the design of the original ornamented frame of this painting with plenty of decorative elements typical of the architecture of first Spanish Renaissance or Plateresque style. It is indicated on this frame that the altarpiece was ordered by Do?a In?s de Castillo, and it was finished in 1547
28110 The Descent from the Cross  The Descent from the Cross   mk61 1547 Oil on panel 141x128cm

Machuca, Pedro
Spanish, approx. 1490-1550 Spanish painter and architect. The form of his signature (Petrus Machuca, Hispanus. Toletanus ...) on his earliest known work, the Virgin of Succour (1517; Madrid, Prado), suggests he was active at an early age in Italy. On the basis of the style of that work, a number of frescoes in the Vatican have been attributed to him, including Isaiah Blessing Jacob. Other works from the same period that have been attributed to him include a copy (Paris, Louvre) of the destroyed Battle of Anghiari by Leonardo da Vinci and two paintings of the Virgin and Child

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