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Title: La obra burgalesa de Diego Siloe (1519-1528)
Authors: Redondo Cantera, María José
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Università del Salento
Congedo Editore
Description: Producción Científica
Citation: Letizia (coord.), Napoli e la Spagna nel Cinquecento. Le opere, gli artista, la storiografia
Abstract: Diego Siloe was an essential artist during the process of incorporating Renaissance to Castillian sculpture. Since his return to Burgos in 1519, and after hís stay in Italy, he received important assignments in which he displayed the new artistic language 'on roman', learned from the italian art and his work in Naples in collaboration with his fellow citizen, Bartolomé Ordóñez. During his years of working activity in Burgos, he introduced many novelties, which both which both himself and his followers broadly deveíoped and gave way ta one of the most brilliant periods of Spanish art.
Keywords: Historia del Arte
Siloe, Diego de (ca. 1495-1563)
Classification: Escultura del Renacimiento Español
Arquitectura del Renacimiento Español
ISBN: 9788867661756
Language: spa
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Appears in Collections:DEP39 - Capítulos de monografías

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