Inmaculada concepción murillo 1670

Inmaculada concepción murillo 1670

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During his life, he was an artist who knew early glory and enjoyed the admiration of his contemporaries, working tirelessly throughout his existence to complete a huge work that is estimated at more than 400 paintings, most of them destined to decorate churches, convents and monasteries of his native Seville.
In the 19th century, the lithographic reproductions of Murillo’s most famous religious images spread throughout Europe and Latin America. This is how the myth of Murillo was created until it took on a life of its own, independent of the painter.
Murillo will be severely judged and compared with Velázquez, El Greco or Zurbarán. Unfortunately, and despite the revaluation of his figure in more recent times by taking into account his profane pictorial production, Murillo remains for certain sectors of the critics an effective «painter of virgins».
Unlike Zurbarán, very much in the orbit of Mannerism, Murillo flees from the great themes and symbolized characters to focus on religious scenes closer to everyday life and that can invite pity or tenderness but not to the exaltation of the tragic or heroic.

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It is striking in this Immaculate Conception, as in others by the painter, the disappearance of the traditional symbols of the Litanies of Laurel, a Marian prayer that is very often associated with the iconography of the Immaculate Conception; although in this case, the symbols omitted in the painting were represented in its frame. In the canvas, instead of them, Murillo devised around Mary a great glory of angels, painted in the most varied attitudes with a very undone brushstroke, which manages to merge the figures with the celestial atmosphere. The faces of the Immaculate Conception and the angels seem very realistic, as they differ from the classical beauty of the ancient statues and are close to the physical types of the time, but are rendered with a calculated idealization.
Murillo gained renown thanks to his mastery of chiaroscuro in the Sevillian tradition as well as the delicacy of his faces, which earned him many commissions of a devotional nature.

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the immaculate conception by bartolomé estéban murillo

The Virgin with Fra Lauterio, St. Francis of Assisi and St. Thomas Aquinas, ca. 1638-1640, oil on canvas, 216 x 170 cm, Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. A cartouche in the lower right corner explains the content of this unusual subject, in which the Virgin advises the Franciscan Friar Lauterius, a student of theology, to consult the Summa Theologiae of Aquinas to resolve his doubts of faith.
Holy Family of the Little Bird, ca. 1649-1650, oil on canvas, 144 x 188 cm, Madrid, Museo del Prado. With a treatment of light and a study of inanimate objects still Zurbaran, Murillo creates an intimate atmosphere of peaceful everyday life that will be characteristic of his painting, addressing the religious fact, in which the figure of St. Joseph takes special prominence, with the resources of naturalism and a personal and very human vision.
Jacob puts the rods to Laban’s cattle, ca. 1660-1665, oil on canvas, 213 x 358 cm, Dallas, Meadows Museum. The canvas, part of a series of stories from Jacob’s life, shows Murillo’s skill in creating landscapes.

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