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CEREZO, Mateo
The Mystic Marriage of St Catherine
207 x 163 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid After his return to Madrid around 1660, Cerezo's development was rapid as a religious painter and as one of the most appealing still-life artist of the period. These abilities are already evident in his Mystic Marriage of St Catherine, where the bright colours, sparkling textures, and harmonious composition show his precocious
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CEREZO, Mateo The Mystic Marriage of St Catherine
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CEREZO, Mateo

Spanish painter (b. ca. 1626, Burgos, d. 1666, Madrid)  Related Paintings of CEREZO, Mateo :. | Personnages | Elizabeth Winthrop Chanler | Krompir | The Straw Hat | Das Tal der Oise |
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