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e52a6f0149 After Velzquez's death, he wrote "I am crushed" in the margin of a memorandum on the choice of his successor. During the 1640s and 1650s, Velzquez served as both court painter and curator of PhilipIV's expanding collection of European art. External links External video Velzquez's Las Meninas, Smarthistory Museo Picasso "Las Meninas" A Hypertextual Study of Velzquez's Las meninas, 1996 by Joan Camps Montaner, professor of Digital art and Hypertext of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Critical Inquiry 6 (Spring 1980). "Las Meninas and the Mirror of Prices." Critical Inquiry 11.4 (June 1985): 53972. ISBN 0-8014-3212-X Stratton-Pruitt, Suzanne, ed. ISBN 1-85709-303-8 Clark, Kenneth. ISBN 0-947645-46-2 Miller, Jonathan. Philip had his own chair in the studio and would often sit and watch Velzquez at work. He may use all kinds of devices to help him do thisperspective is one of thembut ultimately the truth about a complete visual impression depends on one thing, truth of tone.
Critical Inquiry 7 (Winter 1980). Velzquez and Britain. The greatest good is small; all life, it seems Is just a dream, and even dreams are dreams. Detail showing the red cross of the Order of Santiago painted on the breast of Velzquez. Detail of the mirror hung on the back wall, showing the reflected images of PhilipIV and his wife, Mariana of Austria Of the nine figures depicted, five are looking directly out at the royal couple or the viewer. Department of Health & Human Services, and USA.gov, which sources content from all federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government publication portals (.gov, .mil, .edu). 162836) Count-Duke of Olivares (1634) Margarita of Austria (1634) Philip III (163435) Philip IV (163536) Prince Balthasar Charles (1635) Jesters Don John of Austria (16321633) Barbarroja (1633) Calabacillas (163739) Don Diego de Acedo (1645) Categories WorldHeritage pages with incorrect protection templates Use dmy dates from March 2013 Commons category without a link on Wikidata Articles with Spanish-language external links Featured articles 1656 paintings Velazquez portraits in the Museo del Prado Velazquez portraits of Philip IV Help improve this article Sourced from World Heritage Encyclopedia™ licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 Help to improve this article, make contributions at the Citational Source This article was sourced from Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. The appraisal of 174748 makes reference to the painting having been "lately restored". The New York Times, 3 September 1989. (1900). This is also a feature of Los Borrachos of 1629, where contemporary peasants consort with the god Bacchus and his companions, who have the conventional undress of mythology.