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El Greco Spanish Project

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El Greco: Presented by: Sarah Hartwell and Hayden Sheridan
Presentado por: Sara y Roberto His Paintings:
(Sus Pinturas) The Burial of the Count of Orgaz:
Date of Creation: Circa (around) 1588
Alternative Names: Entombment of the Count of Orgaz
Height (cm): 480.00 Length (cm): 360.00
Medium: Oil
Support: Canvas
Art Movement: Mannerism
Current Location: Toledo, Spain
Displayed at: Santo Tome Church El entierro del Conde de Orgaz:
Fecha de creación: Circa (alrededor de) 1588
Altura (cm): 480.00 Longitud (cm): 360.00
Técnica: Óleo sobre lienzo
Soporte: Lienzo
Movimiento artístico: Manierismo
Ubicación actual: Toledo, España
Se muestra en: Santo Tomé Iglesia El Greco was said to be inspired for this piece by Byzantine art, the Renaissance and other Mannerist artists. He was also inspired by the churchman and influential members of Toledan society, the Count himself, and God. God was El Greco’s main influence and inspiration throughout his art life. The Burial of the Count Orgaz is universally considered his greatest masterpiece. Most people claim that this is the most beautifully crafted religious painting of all time. My Opinion: This piece is definitely well done. I have seen this painting in real life and this picture doesn't do it justice. El Greco is a gifted artist and is by far a master of art. Interpretacion: (Inspiration): Interpretacion: (Inspiration): Date of Creation: Circa (around) 1579
Alternative Names: El Espolio
Height (cm): 285.00 Length (cm): 173.00
Medium: Oil
Support: Canvas
Art Movement: Mannerism
Current Location: Toledo, Spain Date of Creation: Circa (around) 1576
Art Movement: Mannerism
Current Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Displayed at: Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Owner: Minneapolis Institute of Art I have found that there’s many versions of this painting. In this version El Greco painted four masters of the High Renaissance: Titian, Michelangelo, Clovio and Raphael. They can be found in the bottom right corner, the other versions have the men cropped out. Some say that he included these four men in the painting as an expression of gratitude, others have said he was showing that he was able to rival them.
In this painting El Greco elongates and twists the bodies, giving them the look of a mannerist. As Jesus is getting rid of the traders his right hand is shown to be swinging towards them. In Michelangelo's works he had Jesus' right hand pointing to the saved and his left pointing to the dammed. Critics have said that It’s as if El Greco is seeing salvation in reverse. Interpretation from Critics: •Date made: Circa (around) 1570
•Oil on canvas, 58 x 86 cm
•Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples
•Medium:Oil, Canvas
•Art Movement: Mannerism
•Current Location: Naples, Italy
•Displayed at: National Museum of Capodimonte
•Owner: National Museum of Capodimonte Giulio Clovio: Interpretacion: (Inspiration) The Disrobing of Christ: The Burial of the Count of Orgaz: El entierro del Conde de Orgaz: The two saints lifting the Count are Stephen on the left
and Augustine on the right. A painting on Stephen’s
chasuble shows him being stoned—he was the first martyr. Fecha de creación: Circa (alrededor de) 1579
Nombres alternativos: El Expolio
Altura (cm): 285.00 Longitud (cm): 173.00
Técnica: Óleo sobre lienzo
Soporte: Lienzo
Movimiento artístico: Manierismo
Ubicación actual: Toledo, España The Disrobing of Christ The Burial of the Count of Orgaz: Giulio Clovio: Fecha de creación: Circa (alrededor de) 1576
Técnica: Óleo sobre lienzo
Movimiento artístico: Manierismo
Ubicación actual: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Se ha visto en: Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Propietario: Minneapolis Institute of Art The Purification of the Temple The Purification of the Temple
Fecha hizo: Circa (alrededor de) 1570
•Técnica: Óleo sobre lienzo, 58 x 86 cm
• Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Nápoles
• Medio: óleo, lienzo
• Movimiento de Arte: Manierismo
• Ubicación actual: Nápoles, Italia
• Se muestra en: Museo Nacional de Capodimonte
• Propietario: Museo Nacional de Capodimonte El Greco se dice que está inspirada por este pedazo de arte bizantino, el Renacimiento y otros artistas manieristas. Él también fue inspirado por los miembros de iglesia e influyentes de la sociedad toledana, el propio conde, y Dios. Dios era la principal influencia de El Greco y la inspiración durante toda su vida artística. El entierro del Conde Orgaz es universalmente considerada como su obra maestra. La mayoría de las personas dicen que esta es la pintura más bella factura religiosa de todos los tiempos. Versión española English Version: Mi Opinión: Esta pieza es, sin duda bien hecho. He visto esta pintura en la vida real y esta foto no le hace justicia. El Greco es un artista talentoso y es, con mucho, un maestro del arte. English Version: Versión española Versión española: English Version: Los dos santos levantando el conde Esteban son a la izquierda
y Agustín de la derecha. Una pintura en Esteban
casulla le muestra siendo apedreado, él fue el primer mártir Versión española English Version: Versión española English Version: Versión española: English Version: English Version: Versión española: He descubierto que hay muchas versiones de esta pintura. En esta versión de El Greco pintó cuatro maestros del Alto Renacimiento: Tiziano, Miguel Ángel, Rafael y Clovio. Se pueden encontrar en la esquina inferior derecha, las demás versiones tienen los hombres recortado en la salida. Algunos dicen que él incluyó estos cuatro hombres en la pintura como una expresión de gratitud, otros han dicho que que él era capaz de rivalizar con ellos. Versión española: I think that El Greco meant to honor his friend with this painting. This is a great portrait with details that I'm sure I would have missed if I had to paint this. The lighting on his face draws the viewers eyes immediately. Mi Opinión: My Opinion: Interpretacion: (Inspiración) Interpretacion: (Inspiración) My opinion:
I really like how Greco used color in this painting, especially the red since it makes Jesus be the first thing that the viewer looks to. He captured the mood of the scene well with the colors used and by the actions of the people around Jesus. When I look at this painting it definitely makes me sad, which I think that El Greco wanted us viewers to feel. Mi opinión:
Me gusta mucho cómo Greco utilizado el color en la pintura, especialmente el rojo, ya que hace que Jesús sea la primera cosa que el espectador mira a. Él capturó el humor de la escena bien con los colores utilizados y por las acciones de la gente alrededor de Jesús. Cuando veo esta pintura que sin duda me hace triste, que me parece que El Greco quería que los espectadores se sientan. English version: Critics have called this painting a “masterpiece of extraordinary originality” and an “amazing piece of artwork.” The use of color and the originality makes the effect of this painting powerful. The thought of Jesus being disrobed was uncommon for Western artists. When El Greco created this painting it had to be done just the way the commissioner wanted it. Many have criticized on how the Marys are placed in the foreground and about the figures in the background. Los críticos han llamado a esta pintura una "obra maestra de extraordinaria originalidad" y una "increíble pieza de arte." El uso del color y la originalidad hace que el efecto de esta pintura de gran alcance. El pensamiento de Jesús se desnudó era raro que los artistas occidentales. Cuando El Greco creó esta pintura tenía que ser hecho exactamente la forma en que el comisario lo quería. Muchos han criticado en cómo la Marys se colocan en el primer plano y sobre las figuras del fondo. Versión española: Creo que El Greco quiso honrar a su amigo con esta pintura. Este es un retrato grande, que tiene muchos detalles. Estoy seguro de que me habría perdido todos los detalles, si tuviera que pintar esto. La iluminación en el rostro dibuja los ojos de los espectadores inmediatamente. Jesus is clothed in a bright red robe; this is where El Greco concentrated his full attention in this piece. In the left foreground the three Marys are watching the scene with distress. The Cathedral authorities objected to having them in the painting because they weren’t mentioned at this point in the Gospels. People have said that El Greco found this detail from the account in Meditations on the Passion of Jesus Christ by Saint Bonaventure. In this painting Christ is looking up with an expression of serenity, and he is seemingly separated from the others around him. Two men in the background are fighting over who is going to get Jesus’ clothes, while a man in yellow is drilling a hole for the nail that is going to be driven into Jesus’ feet. Notice the Spanish Soldier here. Observe el soldado español aquí. Giulio Clovio was a Greek from Croatia, he was a friend of El Greco. He worked in the Farnese Library as a miniaturist. Clovio is shown holding an open book, which is his most famous works, the illuminated manuscript the Libro della Vergine. The book is known as the Farnese Hours, and is shown open at folios 59v showing God the Father creating the sun and moon. Also the page 60r which shows the Holy Family.

This portrait was painted after El Greco arrived in Rome (November 1570) and was made for his friend. This was the first independent portrait by El Greco, who is now considered one of the greatest portrait painters of all time. (1498-1578) En este cuadro de El Greco se alarga y retuerce los cuerpos, dándoles el aspecto de un manierista. Como Jesús es deshacerse de los comerciantes de la mano derecha se muestra que se hace pivotar hacia ellos. En las obras de Miguel Ángel, que había mano derecha de Jesús señalando a los salvados y el izquierdo apuntando al embalsada. Los críticos han dicho que es como si El Greco es ver la salvación a la inversa. English Version: My opinion: I personally think that this is a great painting. El Greco uses a lot of rich colors and has great details of the peoples faces and clothes. I like how he included the four masters, it's a great sign of respect. Personalmente, creo que esta es una gran pintura. El Greco utiliza una gran cantidad de colores vivos y tiene grandes detalles de las caras de las personas y la ropa. Me gusta lo que incluye los cuatro maestros, es una gran señal de respeto. Mi opinión: The portrait of Giulio Clovio is the earliest surviving portraits from El Greco. Since this is one of his first portraits critics have said that this is evidence that he was soon to become a master. They have commented on how he detailed Clovio's face and the book. El retrato de Giulio Clovio son los primeros retratos sobrevivientes de El Greco. Dado que este es uno de sus primeros retratos críticos han dicho que esto es evidencia de que pronto iba a convertirse en un maestro. Ellos han hecho comentarios sobre la forma en que se detalla la cara de Clovio y el libro. Versión española: The End!
¡El Fin! El Greco himself El Greco's Son, Jorge Manuel (illegitimate) El desnudamiento de Cristo : La Purificación del Templo Saint Augustine
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