Francisco de Zurbaran
Francisco de Zurbaran (1598-1664) painted religious subjects in a powerful, austere style, often focusing on a single figure in prayer.
Zurbaran used deep contrasts of light and shade to create an intense spirituality in his works, and received many commissions from religious orders in Spain and South America.
During the 1640s the softer, sweeter style of Murillo displaced Zurbaran's art in public favour in Seville, and in 1658 he moved to Madrid.
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Francisco de Zurbaran was a Spanish painter, based in Seville.
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