Navarrete, Juan Fernández
Navarrete, Juan Fernández

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  • Navarrete, Juan Fernández de — (1526 1579)    Called El Mudo (The Mute) because he was a deaf mute, Navarrete is best known for the altarpieces he contributed to the decoration of the Monastery of El Escorial for Philip II of Spain, whom he served as court painter from 1568… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Juan Fernandez Navarrete — Juan Fernández de Navarrete (* um 1526 in Logroño, Spanien; † 28. März 1579 in Toledo, Spanien), auch el Mudo (der Stumme) war ein spanischer Maler der Spät Renaissance. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie 2 Sein Werk 3 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Juan Fernandez Navarrete —     Juan Fernández Navarrete     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Juan Fernández Navarrete     Spanish painter, b. at Logrono, 1526 and died at Segovia, 1579 (at Toledo, February, 1579 or 28 March, 1579?). He is called el Mudo (the mute) because he lost …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Juan Fernández de Navarrete — Para otros personajes con el mismo apellido, véase Fernández de Navarrete. Martirio de Santiago (1571). Juan Fernández de Navarrete (Logroño, 1526 Toledo, 28 de marzo de 1579), conocido como Navarre …   Wikipedia Español

  • Juan Fernández — ist der Name folgender Personen: Juan Fernández (Seefahrer) (1536–1604), spanischer Seefahrer und Entdecker Juan Fernández (Schauspieler) (* 1956), lateinamerikanischer Schauspieler Juan Fernández (Biathlet) (* 1963), argentinischer Biathlet Juan …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Juan Fernández Navarrete — (1526 ndash;1579), or de Navarrete , called El Mudo (The Mute), was a Spanish Mannerist painter, born at Logroño.An illness in infancy deprived Navarrete of his hearing, but at a very early age he began to express his wants by sketching objects… …   Wikipedia

  • Juan Fernández (disambiguation) — Juan Fernández may refer to:People*Juan Fernández (c. 1536–c. 1604), Spanish explorer *Juan Fernández (actor), actor from the Dominican Republic *Juan Fernández de Heredia (fl. 14th C.), Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller *Juan Fernández… …   Wikipedia

  • Juan Fernández de Navarrete — Taufe Jesu, 1567 Juan Fernández de Navarrete (* um 1526 in Logroño, Spanien; † 28. März 1579 in Toledo, Spanien), auch el Mudo (der Stumme) war ein spanischer Maler der Spät Renaissance …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Fernández de Navarrete, Juan — ▪ Spanish painter also called  El Mudo (Spanish: “The Mute”)   born c. 1526, Logroño, Spain died March 28, 1579, Toledo       painter of the Spanish Mannerist school. He studied in Italy, mostly in Venice, where he was influenced by Sebastiano… …   Universalium

  • Fernández de Navarrete, Juan — ► (1526? 79) Pintor español, conocido por el Mudo. En 1568 fue nombrado pintor de Felipe II …   Enciclopedia Universal

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