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      • Melchor Pérez Holguín (Cochabamba, Real Audiencia de Charcas, 1665 - Potosí, 1735) Large colonial Sainte Marine Peruvian colonial Viceregal school of the 17th century
        Feb. 28, 2024

        Melchor Pérez Holguín (Cochabamba, Real Audiencia de Charcas, 1665 - Potosí, 1735) Large colonial Sainte Marine Peruvian colonial Viceregal school of the 17th century

        Est: €12,000 - €15,000

        Oil on canvas, with the Heraldic shield of the Donor couple in the upper left corner. In which one of the two distinguishes the surname Beltrán and the "Veritas Vincit" emblem along with the eagle crowning the tower. Measurements: 140 x 105 cm, measurements with frame: 165 x 130 cm. The theme of the Santa Marina is one of the most recurrent themes attributed to Francisco de Zurbarán, or to his workshop. Of these works, a large number were destined for the New World, specifically the Viceroyalty of Peru, where the Master of the Spanish Baroque enjoyed great popularity and followers, creating his own school with a multitude of followers in the New World during the 17th to 17th centuries. XIX. The story of Santa Marina tells us that he chose the Christian life, and dedicated himself to farming and shepherding. A Roman prefect named Olybrius became infatuated with her, desiring her as his wife, concubine, or slave. By refusing her claims, Marina was accused of practicing Christianity. At her trial, held when she was fifteen years old (in 138), she did not renounce Christianity, and she was condemned to be beheaded at the hands of the Romans. Provenance: Barcelona private collection.

        Templum Fine Art Auctions
      • Melchor Pérez Holguín (Cochabamba, Real Audiencia de Charcas, 1665 - Potosí, 1735) Large colonial Sa
        Jan. 25, 2024

        Melchor Pérez Holguín (Cochabamba, Real Audiencia de Charcas, 1665 - Potosí, 1735) Large colonial Sa

        Est: €20,000 - €25,000

        Oil on canvas, with the Heraldic shield of the Donor couple in the upper left corner. In which one of the two distinguishes the surname Beltrán and the "Veritas Vincit" emblem along with the eagle crowning the tower. Measurements: 140 x 105 cm, measurements with frame: 165 x 130 cm. The theme of the Santa Marina is one of the most recurrent themes attributed to Francisco de Zurbarán, or to his workshop. Of these works, a large number were destined for the New World, specifically the Viceroyalty of Peru, where the Master of the Spanish Baroque enjoyed great popularity and followers, creating his own school with a multitude of followers in the New World during the 17th to 17th centuries. XIX. The story of Santa Marina tells us that he chose the Christian life, and dedicated himself to farming and shepherding. A Roman prefect named Olybrius became infatuated with her, desiring her as his wife, concubine, or slave. By refusing her claims, Marina was accused of practicing Christianity. At her trial, held when she was fifteen years old (in 138), she did not renounce Christianity, and she was condemned to be beheaded at the hands of the Romans. Provenance: Barcelona private collection.

        Templum Fine Art Auctions
      • Imposición de la casulla a San Ildefonso
        Apr. 05, 2016

        Imposición de la casulla a San Ildefonso

        Est: -

        MELCHOR PÉREZ HOLGUÍN, Imposición de la casulla a San Ildefonso PÉREZ HOLGUÍN Bolivia, h. 1665-1732 Activo en Potosí, Pérez Holguín es considerado el mejor pintor de su centuria. Su producción estuvo estrechamente ligada a las órdenes religiosas de la zona. En esta versión del conocido tema iconográfico, el pintor despliega todos sus rasgos distintivos, entre los que destacan la ternura y la fuerza expresiva de los rostros. 155 x 100 cm

        Isbilya Subastas
      • Workshop of Melchor Perez de Holguin (Peruvian, 1665-1724), San Diego de Alcalá
        Sep. 12, 2011

        Workshop of Melchor Perez de Holguin (Peruvian, 1665-1724), San Diego de Alcalá

        Est: $300 - $500

        Saint Diego de Alcalá oil on canvas 28 3/4 x 23 1/4in

        Bonhams
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