The Triumph of Saint Augustine, 1664 | Claudio Coello | Painting Reproduction
The Triumph of Saint Augustine, 1664 | Claudio Coello | Painting Reproduction

The Triumph of Saint Augustine, 1664
Claudio Coello (1642-1693)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 271 x 203 cm
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Claudio Coello - The Triumph of St. Augustine

In this youthful work, Coello departs from Francisco Rizi's teaching and submits to Roman influences, especially from Pietro da Cortona and Ba-ciccia. This is accompanied by a strong sympathy for Rubens that extends to iconographic choices and classical references.

In the large, terraced landscape, however, an allusion to Poussin's landscape may be noted. His taste was for sumptuousness and excitement; the spectacle is imposing, with its radiating lines in the group of flying figures. Coello returned to these visual effects and compositional bravura after 1685 in the scenes for the Escorial; they are also imposing scenic compositions, but with intimate passages developed within a more subtle and contained rendering, though the painting is still opulent and splendid.

The art of Cano, Coello and others shows how, despite Velazquez' activity, there existed in Spain different cultural orientations, towards Italy, Rubens and other sources.
19th December 2015 11:02pm

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