Rebecca and Eliezer, c.1660 Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1617-1682)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 108 x 151.5 cm

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SKU:MBE-16769
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10th January 2016 6:36pm
Murillo - Rebecca and Eleazar

Typical of Murillo's middle period is the taste for Ribera and the references to Reni. The Biblical scene takes place on a stage immediately presented to the spectator- and is developed in the arc of figures around the cylindrical well. The handling of the terra-cotta amphora emphasizes the divergence of directions, and the compositional bridge between Eleazar and the group of women is clear and simple. In the background to the left, in the road in the valley, a caravan waits in sunlight, a device frequent in Murillo. The colour, especially in the marginal areas, preserves the smoky contrasts of Ribera, but in the polite, somewhat idealized figures of the women, it is enlivened by pleasingly liquid as well as ringing notes. The high, sometimes conventional, professionalism typical of many of Murillo's works, is surpassed in this calm, intimate and luminous performance.

It is typical of the artist, in this as in other representations of sacred themes (the Mosaic and Christological scenes in La Caridad, Seville, 1670-74), to shift the main interest to genre aspects, refining and rendering affable representations of the contemporary world, especially the peasant's. There is a sentimental inflection which, declining from an intentionally realistic point of departure toward the crudely pictorial (as in The Beggars), would be appreciated by the pastoral Arcadians of the following century.
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