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...
La rendición de Breda (English: The Surrender of Breda, also known as El
cuadro de las lanzas or Las lanzas) is a painting by the Spanish Golden Age
London: Laurence King Publishing, 2004. Moffitt, John F. “Diego Velázquez,
Andrea Alciati and the Surrender of Breda.” Artibus et Historiae, 3.5 (1982): 75–
Dec 17, 2011 ... Jonathan Lopez reviews "Velázquez and the Surrender of Breda: The Making of
a Masterpiece" by Anthony Bailey.
Las Lanzas also called The Surrender of Breda. midsize-Velazquez-Las Lanzas.
by Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Vélazquez. The Surrender of Breda or Las ...
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 ...
Nov 25, 2010 ... Velázquez is born in Seville in the year 1599. His mother came from the Spanish
lesser nobility, which allowed his son to be educated in ...
The Surrender of Breda, Velázquez's famous contribution to the series of military
triumphs painted for the same throne room, is his only surviving historical ...
"Diego Velazquez, Andrea Alciati and the Surrender of Breda". Para mi gemelo
psiquico, don Santiago Sebastian. In 1964 Jonathan Brown published a paper in
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