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

Imberto III, Juan

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Alternate Imberto II, Juan
Alternate Imberto the Younger, Juan
Alternate Imberto, Juan (de)
Alternate Imberto, Juan III
Alternate Inberto, Juan
L.C. NameImberto, Juan, III, 1584-
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. Some authors refer to a Juan Imberto, doc.1606-1622, active in Valladolid. It is unclear whether these references refer to Juan Imberto III, n.1584-doc.1642, or to Juan Imberto, doc.1614-m.1626.
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CreatedDMR |D 1993 07 09 |T 11:25:45
CreatedDMR |D 1993 07 09 |T 11:25:45
Bibliographic Sources
Camón Aznar, 1943, p.85 (Juan Imberto or de Imberto, op.1616-1625). source
Camón Aznar, 1961, p.354 (Juan Imberto, indexed as (Juan) Imberto, hijo [in fact Juan Imberto III], op.1616-1625). source
Castro, v.2, 1949, pp.143-144 (Juan Imberto, op.p.1598 [this date refers to Juan Imberto the Younger]; p.147 (op. 1625). source
Cortés, 1922, p.44 (Juan Imberto, doc.1606 at about age 26 [may refer to Juan Imberto, n.c.1580-m.1626]). source
García Chico, v.2, 1941, pp.277, 279 (Juan Imberto, doc.1606-1622 [may refer to Juan Imberto, n.c.1580-m.1626]). source
García Gainza, 1969, pp.253-254 (Juan III Imberto). source
García Gainza, 1992, p.652 (Juan Imberto or Juan III Imberto, op.c.1620/1640). source
Jimeno Jurío, [1976], pp.10, 11, 12 (Juan Imberto II, 1584-1661). source
Martín González, 1988, p.349 (op.1625). source
Martín González, pt.1, 1959, p.258 (Juan Imberto, op.1606-doc.1622 [may refer to Juan Imberto, n.c.1580-m.1626]). source
Martín González, pt.2, 1971, p.97 (Juan de Imberto or Imberto, op.1621 [may refer to Juan Imberto, n.c.1580-m.1626]). source
Uranga Galdiano, 1947, p.8 (Juan Inberto [sic], op.1625). source
Valdivieso [González], Letter dated April 12, 1994. source