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"The hands of Velázquez” by Lourdes Ortiz

“Teodoro, a university professor married to a much younger former student, is researching Velázquez's life to write an essay and discovers revelations that he finds hard to believe, such as the painter's possible meeting with Gentileschi's Artemis, the first woman considered a painter. of History, victim of a violation that produced a great scandal; she who could have introduced him to Cardinal Espada, a great art collector, whom all the books say the Spanish painter did not deal with.”

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The hands of Velázquez / Lourdes Ortiz. — 1st ed. — Barcelona: Planet, 2006. — 350 p. ; 24cm — (Spanish and Latin American Authors).

From d. autogr. from the author to the IIE Library (R.)

ISBN-84 08 06813-X-

PQ 6665.R734 M36 2006

R. 92523