Aproximación a la obra del pintor guipuzcoano Ignacio Iriarte
Núñez, Ana (2000) Aproximación a la obra del pintor guipuzcoano Ignacio Iriarte. Inx: Arte Barrokoaren Berrikusketa = Revisión del Arte Barroco = Révision de l'Art Baroque. Ondare. Cuadernos de Artes Plásticas y Monumentales (19). Eusko Ikaskuntza, Donostia-San Sebastián, pp. 493-505.
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Ignacio de Iriarte (1621-70?), Gipuzkoan by birth but of Andalusian training, is practically the only figure in Basque painting in the 17th century. He studied in Seville, where he was entrusted with the responsibility of being the Secretary of the Academy, and was related to Murillo as refers to his practice of landscape paintings. Both painters followed such a similar style that it has been said that Iriarte it is the author of some of the backgrounds in Murillo's paintings. Their work, which had been centred in landscapes, received Flemish influences and above all from landscapist paintings from the Italian School, mainly from Claudio de Lorena and Salvador Rosa, with who he has occasionally been compared. In spite of not being very well known, he is especially interesting because he was the only notable Basque painter until the beginning of the 19th century.
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