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Roundtable about a great Spanish Sculptor: Berruguete


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Roundtable about a great Spanish Sculptor: Berruguete

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Roundtable about a great Spanish Sculptor: Berruguete

  1. 1. ALONSO BERRUGUETE (1485-1561) Victoria Sánchez & Miriam Grande Checked by Silvia López
  2. 2. Alonso González de Berruguete (Alonso Berruguete) (c. 1488 – 1561) was a Spanish painter, sculptor and architect. He is considered to be the most important sculptor of the Spanish Renaissance, and is known for his emotive sculptures depicting religious ecstasy or torment. Worship of the Three Wise Men, sculpture in polychromed wood, part from the altarpiece of St. Benedict monastery, in Valladolid (Spain), actually exposed in the Museo Nacional de Escultura de Valladolid
  3. 3. Born in the town of Paredes de Nava, Berruguete studied art under the tutelage of his father, the painter Pedro Berruguete. Following his father's death in 1504, Berruguete travelled to Italy to continue his study of art, spending most of his time in Florence and Rome. It is here that he studied sculpture under the Italian master, Michelangelo..
  4. 4. Choir stalls at the Cathedral of Toledo Berruguete returned to Spain in 1517, and in 1518, was appointed to the position of court painter and sculptor by Charles V of Spain. From this point in his career forward, Berruguete concentrated on sculpture. Works of his include an altarpiece at the Irish college in Salamanca (1529–1533), choir stalls at the Cathedral of Toledo (1539–1543) and a tomb for the Archbishop of Toledo Juan de Tavera at the hospital that Tavera founded, the hospital of St. John the Baptist in Toledo (1552–1561).