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Jan 12, 1856 - Apr 14, 1925, was an American painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Cano, Alonso 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
33635 At Isidore and the Miracle of the Well Cano, Alonso At Isidore and the Miracle of the Well mk86 c.1646-1648 Oil on canvas 216x149cm Madrid,Museo del Prado
82803 Portrat eines spanischen Konigs Cano, Alonso Portrat eines spanischen Konigs Oil on canvas Dimensions 165 x 125 cm (65 x 49.2 in) cyf
62369 Saint John the Evangelist's Vision of Jerusalem Cano, Alonso Saint John the Evangelist's Vision of Jerusalem 1636-37 Oil on canvas, 83 x 44 cm Wallace Collection, London This painting, contracted on 23 November 1635, was executed for the convent church of Santa Paula in Seville. It is evident that the artist had mastered an Italianate manner of painting; the figure of the angel alone is sufficient to corroborate this observation. The partly clad body, the complicated, foreshortened pose, and the mastery of anatomical drawing are unique elements in Sevillian painting of the time, as are the deep perspective of the landscape and the delicate, translucent colours. Cano's mastery of this facile, sophisticated style suggests that he had passed time in Italy, although there is not the slightest evidence that he left the city until his final departure in 1638
43826 Saint John the Evangelist-s Vision of Jerusalem Cano, Alonso Saint John the Evangelist-s Vision of Jerusalem 1636-37 Oil on canvas, 83 x 44 cm
67695 San Francisco de Borja Cano, Alonso San Francisco de Borja San Francisco de Borja (Saint Francis Borgia), oil on canvas, 189 x 123 cm.
55737 St Isidore and the Miracle of the Well Cano, Alonso St Isidore and the Miracle of the Well mk244 c.1646-1648 Oil on canvas 216x149cm
21633 St Isidore and the Miracle of the Well (mk08) Cano, Alonso St Isidore and the Miracle of the Well (mk08) c.1646-1648 Oil on canvas, 216x149cm Madrid,Museo del Prado
9848 St James the Greater Cano, Alonso St James the Greater canvas, Mus??e du Louvre, Paris
20342 St James the Major (mk05) Cano, Alonso St James the Major (mk05) Canvas,21 1/4 x 14 1/4''(54 x 36 cm).Acquired in 1977
20340 St John the Evangelist with the Poisoned Cup (mk05) Cano, Alonso St John the Evangelist with the Poisoned Cup (mk05) Canvas,21 1/4 x 14 1/4''(54 x 36 cm).Acquired in 1977
9846 St. John the Evangelist with the Poisoned Cup a Cano, Alonso St. John the Evangelist with the Poisoned Cup a canvas, Mus??e du Louvre, Paris.
32905 St.Fohn the Evangelist's Vision of the Heavenly Ferusale Cano, Alonso St.Fohn the Evangelist's Vision of the Heavenly Ferusale mk84 London,canvas 83x45cm
32918 St.Isidoro and the Miracle of the Well Cano, Alonso St.Isidoro and the Miracle of the Well mk84 1645-50 Madrid,Prado,canvas 216x149cm
32919 St.Isidoro and the Miracle of the Well Cano, Alonso St.Isidoro and the Miracle of the Well mk84 1645-50 Madrid,Prado,Canvas 216x149cm
28051 The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel Cano, Alonso The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel mk61 Oil on canvas 178x121cm
9849 The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel r Cano, Alonso The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel r 1646-52, oil on canvas, Muso del Prado at Madrid.
28307 The Miracle of  the Well Cano, Alonso The Miracle of the Well mk60 Oil on canvas 216x149cm
9845 The Vision of Saint John Cano, Alonso The Vision of Saint John 1635, Wallace Collection at London.
43829 The Vision of St Bernard Cano, Alonso The Vision of St Bernard c. 1650 Oil on canvas, 267 x 185 cm
43830 The Vision of St Bernard Cano, Alonso The Vision of St Bernard c. 1650 Oil on canvas, 267 x 185 cm

Cano, Alonso
Spanish, 1601-67 Spanish painter, sculptor and architect. He was an artist of rare versatility in 17th-century Spain, although his architectural work was not extensive. While he is also known for his drawings, only about 60 of these are definitely attributable to him, despite the many extant sketches with the name 'Cano' carelessly added by later hands. Unlike most of his Spanish contemporaries, such as Zurbaren or Velezquez, whose artistic styles did not outlive them, Cano's artistic legacy is measured in part by the number of artists who trained in his workshop and went on to become important masters in their own right: the painters Pedro Atanasio Bocanegra, Juan de Sevilla (1643-95) and, more distantly, Jos Risueo, and the sculptors Pedro de Mena and Jos de Mora,
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