On Velazquez and the Liberal Arts

Volk, Mary Crawford
March 1978
Art Bulletin;Mar1978, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p69
Academic Journal
Profiles a 17th century painter from Spain. Information on his career; Critique of his painting 'Las Meninas'; Discussion on the painter's self-portrait; Discussion on the religious inferences in his art; Background on the status of art and painters in Madrid during the 17th century.


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