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Spanish Mannerist Painter

Luis de Morales (c. 1520–1586) was a Spanish painter active during the 16th century. He was born in Badajoz, Spain, and is best known for his religious paintings, particularly his depictions of the Virgin Mary.

Morales was a prolific artist who produced a large body of work during his lifetime. He was one of the most important painters of the Spanish Renaissance and was known for his delicate and detailed style, which combined elements of the Italian Renaissance with the Spanish style of painting.

Morales was also known for his small, devotional paintings, which were highly prized by the Spanish nobility. These works were often carried as personal objects of piety and devotion.

Very little is known about the life of Luis de Morales. There are no surviving documents or records that provide information about his life, education, or artistic training. Despite this lack of information, his work has been widely recognized and appreciated for its beauty and technical skill.

Today, Morales's work is highly regarded and continues to be the subject of much interest and study. His paintings are housed in museums and private collections around the world and are considered some of the finest examples of Spanish Renaissance art.

1 Luis de Morales Paintings

Madonna and Child, c.1565 by Luis de Morales | Painting Reproduction

Madonna and Child c.1565

Oil Painting
Canvas Print
SKU: LDM-16746
Luis de Morales
Original Size: 84 x 64 cm
Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain