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This work of Diego Velazquez named Don Gaspar de Guzman was dated 1636 and the original is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York. The original size of the work is 127.6 x 104.1 cm and it is an oil painting on canvas.


Brief information about the artist: Spanish Baroque Painter Diego Velazquez (1599 – 1660) took lessons from the famous painter Francisco de Herrera. In 1613 he entered the studio of Francisco Pacheco. He soon became famous as a painter. He skillfully used light and shadow in his paintings.




The style to which the work belongs: Baroque

Location of the Artifact: Metropolitan Museum of Art New York


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Diego Velazquez Don Gaspar de Guzman

  • Width: 39,39'' ( 101cm )

    Lenght: 46,8'' ( 120 cm ) 


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