De la Edad Media al Barroco: Escultura Española y Europea

June 8th  - 
July 13th

ALONSO CANO, Piedad
JUAN MARTINEZ MONTAÑES, Niño Jesús
ALONSO CANO, San Antonio de Padua
ESCUELA ALEMANA S XV, San Jorge y el dragón
ATRIBUIDO A DE PEDRO DE MENA, San José con el Niño
ESCUELA CASTELLANA FINALES DEL S XIII-PRINCIPIOS S XIV, Virgen con el niño como nueva Eva
ESCUELA CASTELLANA S.XIII, Cristo en Majestad
ESCUELA DE LOS PAÍSES BAJOS, segunda mitad del S XV, Relieve con el Calvario
ESCUELA DE SUABIA, S XV, Virgen con el Niño
ESCUELA FLAMENCA O HISPANOFLAMENCA, S XV, Virgen con el Niño
ESCUELA NORTE DE ITALIA, S XII, Virgen con el NIño
ATRIBUIDO A JUAN DE JUNI, Santa probablemete María Magdalena
FELIPE DE ESPINABETE, Cabeza de San Juan Bautista
FELIPE BIGARNY, Relieve Martirio de Santa Catalina
FELIPE BIGARNY, Relieve de la degollación de San Juan Bautista
FRANCISCO ALONSO DE LOS RÍOS, Ecce homo
GIANLORENZO BERNINI Y TALLER, Segunda mitad del S XVII, Santa Bibiana
GIOVANNI ANTONIO GUALTERIO, Cristo Crucificado
GREGORIO FERNÁNDEZ, Santa Faz
JUAN DE VILLABRILLE Y RON, San Joaquín
JUAN DE VILLABRILLE Y RON, Santa Ana
JUAN MARTÍNEZ MONTAÑÉS, Niño Jesús
JUAN PASCUAL DE MENA, San José con el Niño
MAESTRO DE LA SAGRADA PARENTELA DE JESUS DE BIBERACH ( primer tercio del siglo XVI), SUABIA, San Sebastián
NANNI DI BARTOLO, Virgen con el Niño
PEDRO DE MENA Y MEDRANO, Inmaculada Concepción
PEDRO DE MENA Y MEDRANO, Niño Jesús dormido
PEDRO DE MENA Y MEDRANO, San José con el niño
PEDRO DE MENA, San Pedro de Alcántara
PEDRO ROLDÁN, Santa Teresa de Jesús
ESCUELA GIL DE SILOÉ, Cristo crucificado
BENEDETTO BUGLIONI, Virgen de la leche
CÍRCULO DE FRANCISCO GIRALTE, POSIBLE RETRATO DE ISABEL DE PORTUGAL
ESCUELA ESPAÑOLA S XVII, María Magadalena

De la Edad Media al Barroco: Escultura Española y Europea

The exhibition
The exhibition of sculpture that we present at Ansorena perfectly summarizes the attempt of decades of effort and passion to achieve excellence, the best of each school, period or style. And yet, how can one explain in a few brief lines the experience of contemplating a group of works ranging from the early Middle Ages to the nineteenth century?
 
Among the more than forty works that make up the exhibition there are good examples of European sculpture with more than worthy examples from the Quattocento, such as the terracotta of Nanni di Bartolo, the late Gothic of the Netherlands and Central Europe, such as Saint Sebastian by the Master of the Parentage of Christ of Biberach, or the Baroque, such as Saint Bibiana in bronze by Bernini and his workshop.
 
From the Spanish school, the most abundant, we have very good examples that cover a long period of time, from the Middle Ages with examples such as the Virgin and Child of the Castilian School of the thirteenth century; the Renaissance, well represented with excellent pieces such as the Magdalena of the Valladolid school, close to Juan de Juni, and, of course, our Golden Age, with carvings of our best sculptors, such as Alonso Cano or Pedro de Mena, among others.
 
 
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