The Duke of Alcala: His Collection and Its Evolution

Brown, Jonathan; Kagan, Richard L.
June 1987
Art Bulletin;Jun87, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p231
Academic Journal
Describes the art collection of statesman and art collector Fernando Enriquez Af á n de Ribera, third duke of Alcala in Spain. Background of his artistic and literary interests; Discovery of his art collections in his palace; Details of his painting and sculpture collection; Inventory of his art collections.


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