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

Imberto the Elder, Juan

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Alternate Imbert, Juan
Alternate Imberte, Juan
Alternate Imberto I, Juan
Alternate Imberto, Juan (de)
Alternate Imberto, Juan I
Alternate Inbart, Juan
Alternate Inbert, Juan
Alternate Inberte, Juan
Alternate Juan de Puyt
Alternate Umbert, Juan
L.C. NameImberto, Juan, -1589
NotesTwo families of sculptors sharing the same family name and with overlapping op. dates are known. One family was active in Navarre; the other in Segovia.
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CreatedDMR |D 1993 06 02 |T 10:27:17
CreatedDMR |D 1993 06 02 |T 10:27:17
Bibliographic Sources
Azcárate [y Ristori], 1958, pp.309-310 (Juan Imberto, doc.1560-1568). source
Barrio Loza, 1984, pp.63-64 (Juan Imberto; French). source
Biurrun Sótil, 1935, pp.177-178, 301 (Juan de Imberto or Imbert, op.1563-m.1589). source
Camón Aznar, 1961, p.352 (Juan Imberto el Viejo, or Juan Imberto, doc.1563; possibly French). source
García Gainza, 1969, pp.237-238 (Juan I Imberto, op.1563-m.1589). source
Jimeno Jurío, [1976], pp.8, 9, 16 (Juan Imberto I, or Juan Imbert or Imberte or Inbert or Inberte or Inbart, or Juan del Puyt, or Juan Umbert, op.1555-m.1589). source
Ursúa Irigoyen, 1981, p.15 (Juan Imberto el Mayor, doc.1557 at 50 years of age; French). source
Valdivieso [González], Letter dated April 12, 1994. source