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The Surrender of Breda
Diego Velázquez -- 1635
It was in 1625, ten years before this picture was painted, that Justin von Nassau, the commanding officer of Breda, surrendered the city to the Genoese Ambrosio Spinola... More >>

The Surrender of Breda - Wikipedia


La rendición de Breda is a painting by the Spanish Golden Age painter Diego Velázquez. It was completed during the years 1634–35, inspired by Velázquez's  ...

Velázquez, The Surrender of Breda | Spain | Baroque art | Baroque ...


Velazquez's The Surrender of Breda revolutionized the genre of military painting precisely by emphasizing that to win with elegance and magnanimity is what ...

The Surrender of Breda | artble.com


One of the most famous of Velázquez's paintings, The Surrender of Breda depicts the moment on the fifth of June, 1625, when the Dutch general Justin Nassau ...

The Surrender of Breda - The Collection - Museo Nacional del Prado


28 Kwi 2015 ... On June 5, 1625 the Dutch governor of Breda, Justinus van Nassau, surrendered the keys of that city to Ambrosio Spínola, the Genoese ...

The Surrender of Breda (1634-35) - Web Gallery of Art


In the throne-room of Buen Retiro where courtly ceremony was displayed to the full, symbolically representing the monarchy to the outside world, there were ...

The Surrender of Breda, Velazquez: Analysis


The Surrender of Breda by Velazquez (1635): Interpretation of Spanish Baroque History Painting.

Diego Velazquez: An Analysis of the Spanish Baroque Style


The 'Surrender of Breda' was one of twelve battle scenes painted to decorate the Salón de Reinos in Buen Retiro, and commemorates the surrender in 1625 of ...

Art Through Time: A Global View - Surrender of Breda


Moffitt, John F. “Diego Velázquez, Andrea Alciati and the Surrender of Breda. ... celebrates the Spanish takeover of the Dutch town of Breda on June 5, 1625.

Book Review: Velázquez and the Surrender of Breda - WSJ


Dec 17, 2011 ... Jonathan Lopez reviews "Velázquez and the Surrender of Breda: The Making of a Masterpiece" by Anthony Bailey.