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Josefa de Ayala (or de Óbidos) was born
in Seville, Spain. Her father was a
Portuguese
artist
named
Baltazar
Gomes Figueir...
Josefa
de
Óbidos'
elaborate still-lifes and
religious paintings have
long been admired by the
Portuguese
for
their
excepti...
Josefa de Óbidos
"Annunciation“
Josefa de Óbidos
Calvário (1679)
Adoração dos Pastores (1669)
Óleo sobre tela (150 x 184 cm)
Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga,
Lisboa
Saint Theresa
During 1672-1673
Josefa de Óbidos
painted the altarpiece
of Saint Theresa of
Ávila for the Carmelite
Convent...
O Cordeiro Pascal
(Pascal lamb),
1660-70
Museu Regional Évora,
Portugal
Nativity of Jesus
c. 1650-60
21 x 16 cm
Private collection,
Porto
The Sacrificial Lamb
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
S. João da Cruz (1673)
Santa Casa da Misericórdia
Figueiró dos Vinhos, Portugal.
Jesus child

Joseph and the Child
The Child Jesus Savior of the
World (O Menino Jesus
Salvador do Mundo), 1673
Igreja Matriz de Cascais,
Lisboa
The Marriage of Saint
Catherine
Among her chief religious works are the five panels for
the Saint Catherine altarpiece of the Church of the
Holy Mary (San...
The
Lactation
of Saint
Bernard

Museu
Nacional
Machado
de Castro,
1670

1660-1670
St. Francis of Assisi, St.
Claire
Adoring the
Child Jesus, 1647
Abisag,
1650

Marie Madeleine
(1650)
Portrait of Faustino das Neves, c.1670,
Municipal Museum of Óbidos

Natureza morta com frutos e flores (Still-life), c. 16...
Natureza morta com frutos e flores
(Still-life, Pears and marasca cherries in a basket), c. 1670
Natureza morta com frutos e flores (Still-life)
Natureza morta Still-life (c. 1679), Santarém, Municipal Library
Natureza morta (caixa com potes), 1660
Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga - Lisboa
Natureza morta com frutos e
flores (Still-life)
Natureza morta, 1660
Doces e flores
Natureza morta, cesta com cerejas
Natureza-morta com Doces e Barros, 1676,
Biblioteca Municipal Anselo Braamcamp Freire de Santarém
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Josefa de Óbidos' elaborate still-lifes and religious paintings have long been admired by the Portuguese for their exceptional beauty and profound symbolism. The technical brilliance and elaborate symbolism these masterpieces provide modern viewers with a window into the spirit of seventeenth-century Portugal. Her versatility is demonstrated by the range of genres she undertook including still life studies, portraits, religious themes, and allegorical subjects. During her life time, Ayala was sufficiently well-regarded as an artist to be elected to the Lisbon Academy

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  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1995615-josefa-de-obidos/
  2. 2. Josefa de Ayala (or de Óbidos) was born in Seville, Spain. Her father was a Portuguese artist named Baltazar Gomes Figueira. Her birth name was Josefa de Ayala Figueira, but she signed her work as, "Josefa em Óbidos" or, "Josefa de Ayalla". She is one of the relatively few female European painters known to have been active in the Baroque era. All of her work was executed in Portugal, her father's native country, where she lived from the age of four and conducted her professional life as an artist. Her versatility is demonstrated by the range of genres she undertook including still life studies, portraits, religious themes, and allegorical subjects. During her life time, Ayala was sufficiently wellregarded as an artist to be elected to the Lisbon Academy school or follower of Josefa Óbidos "Annunciation“ detail
  3. 3. Josefa de Óbidos' elaborate still-lifes and religious paintings have long been admired by the Portuguese for their exceptional beauty and profound symbolism. The technical brilliance and elaborate symbolism these masterpieces provide modern viewers with a window into the spirit of seventeenthcentury Portugal. She did not marry and earned her living by her painting and as a property owner and landlord. school or follower of Josefa Óbidos "Annunciation“ detail
  4. 4. Josefa de Óbidos "Annunciation“
  5. 5. Josefa de Óbidos Calvário (1679)
  6. 6. Adoração dos Pastores (1669) Óleo sobre tela (150 x 184 cm) Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisboa
  7. 7. Saint Theresa During 1672-1673 Josefa de Óbidos painted the altarpiece of Saint Theresa of Ávila for the Carmelite Convent of Cascais.
  8. 8. O Cordeiro Pascal (Pascal lamb), 1660-70 Museu Regional Évora, Portugal
  9. 9. Nativity of Jesus c. 1650-60 21 x 16 cm Private collection, Porto
  10. 10. The Sacrificial Lamb The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
  11. 11. S. João da Cruz (1673) Santa Casa da Misericórdia Figueiró dos Vinhos, Portugal.
  12. 12. Jesus child Joseph and the Child
  13. 13. The Child Jesus Savior of the World (O Menino Jesus Salvador do Mundo), 1673 Igreja Matriz de Cascais, Lisboa
  14. 14. The Marriage of Saint Catherine
  15. 15. Among her chief religious works are the five panels for the Saint Catherine altarpiece of the Church of the Holy Mary (Santa Maria) in Óbidos, in 1661
  16. 16. The Lactation of Saint Bernard Museu Nacional Machado de Castro, 1670 1660-1670
  17. 17. St. Francis of Assisi, St. Claire Adoring the Child Jesus, 1647
  18. 18. Abisag, 1650 Marie Madeleine (1650)
  19. 19. Portrait of Faustino das Neves, c.1670, Municipal Museum of Óbidos Natureza morta com frutos e flores (Still-life), c. 1670, Palácio Nacional de Queluz Josefa de Óbidos is considered to be one of the most accomplished painters of seventeenth century Portugal and is especially significant because of the recognition she gained among the Baroque painters, an art period which was dominated by male painters
  20. 20. Natureza morta com frutos e flores (Still-life, Pears and marasca cherries in a basket), c. 1670
  21. 21. Natureza morta com frutos e flores (Still-life)
  22. 22. Natureza morta Still-life (c. 1679), Santarém, Municipal Library
  23. 23. Natureza morta (caixa com potes), 1660 Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga - Lisboa
  24. 24. Natureza morta com frutos e flores (Still-life)
  25. 25. Natureza morta, 1660 Doces e flores
  26. 26. Natureza morta, cesta com cerejas
  27. 27. Natureza-morta com Doces e Barros, 1676, Biblioteca Municipal Anselo Braamcamp Freire de Santarém
  28. 28. Text and pictures: Internet Copyrights of the photos belong to each photographer Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Dulce Pontes & Ennio Morricone - Your Love
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