[vuh-lahs-keys, -kuh s; Spanish be-lahth-keth]
- Die·go Ro·drí·guez de Sil·va y [dye-gaw raw-th ree-geth th e seel-vah ee] /ˈdyɛ gɔ rɔˈðri gɛθ ðɛ ˈsil vɑ i/, 1599–1660, Spanish painter.
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She owned original artworks by Rembrandt, Velazquez and Titian.Adiós to the Diva Duchess
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The mise en abyme of "Las Meninas" is dug a bit deeper thanks to Hannah, as he gets in the way of Velazquez.
The Daily Pic: Adad Hannah mirrrors the mirroring that happens in Velazquez.
Velazquez and Rembrandt never did anything so acutely life-like.Franz Hals
But p. 152even in the presence of these masters we seek Velazquez.
In Velazquez, Spanish painting gained its crown of achievement.
Velazquez portrait of himself is in the Capitoline Museum in the city.
This painter and cleric is chiefly remembered as the teacher of Velazquez.
Velsquez (Spanish beˈlaskɛθ)
- Diego Rodríguez de Silva y (ˈdjeɣo rɔˈðriɣɛθ de ˈsilβa i). 1599–1660, Spanish painter, remarkable for the realism of his portraits, esp those of Philip IV of Spain and the royal household