Spanish Artists from the Fourth to the Twentieth Century: A Critical Dictionary

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Marinas, Enrique (or Henrique) de las


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Alternate Las Marinas, Enrique de
Alternate Las Marinas, H. de
Alternate Spagnoletto, Enrico
Alternate Vandenden, Enrico
Alternate Vandesden, Enrico
Alternate Vroom, Hendrik Cornelis
L.C. NameMarinas, Enrique, approximately 1620-approximately 1680
Datesn.c.1620-m.c.1680
Region(s)Cádiz
MediaDraftsman
NotesPossibly of Flemish descent; specialized in harbor scenes which accounts for his nickname de las Marinas.
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CreatedMLH |D 1994 06 21 |T 12:29:15
CreatedMLH |D 1994 06 21 |T 12:29:15
 
Bibliographic Sources
Angulo Iñiguez, 1971, p.385 (n.c.1620-m.1680). source
Bénézit, 1976 (Henrique de Las Marinas, 1620-1680, Spanish; cross-referenced as Henrique de las Marinas). source
Ceán Bermúdez, 1800 (Henrique de las Marinas, 1620-1680). source
Espasa, v.33, [192?], (1620-1680). source
London, Witt, 1978 (Henrique de las Marinas or Hendrik Cornelis Vroom, 1560-1640[sic]; [distinct from] Cornelis Hendriksz Vroom, n.c.1590/1591-m.1661). source
Palomino, Vidas, [1724] ed.1986, p.266 (Henrique de las Marinas, m.1680 at age 60, with editor's annotation of n.c.1620-m.c.1680). source
Paris, Louvre [exh.], 1991, p.230 (Enrique de Las Marinas). source
Paris, Louvre, Cabinet des Dessins [cat.], 1987, p.331 (H. de Las Marinas [no dates given]). source
Pérez Sánchez, 1969, pp.57-58 (also as Enrico Spagnoletto, n.c.1620-m.1680; of Flemish origin, possibly identified with Enrico Vandesden, active in Rome). source
Pérez Sánchez, 1986, p.301 (also as Enrico Spagnoletto; of Flemish origin, possibly identified with Enrico Vandenden, active in Rome). source
Pérez Sánchez, 1992, p.27 (doc. end of 17th cent.). source
Pérez Sánchez, Letter dated April 12, 1996. source
Sánchez-Mesa Martín, 1991, p.428 (op. late 17th - early 18th cent.). source
Thieme-Becker, v.24, 1930 (Hendr[ik] de las Marinas, cross-reference of H[endrik] C[ornelisz] Vroom [in fact a distinct artist of the Dutch School]); v.34, 1940 (no mention of Henrique or Hendr[ik] de las Marinas under Hendrik Cornelis Vroom, 1566-1640). source