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

Isabel (or Isabella) Farnese (Reina de España), [S.M.] (Doña)

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Alternate Elisabeth (or Elisabetta) Farnese (Queen of Spain)
Alternate Farnesio, Isabel (de)
Alternate Isabel de Farnesio
L.C. NameElizabeth Farnese, consort of Philip V, King of Spain, 1692-1766
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CreatedDMR |D 1994 06 03 |T 09:14:47
CreatedMLH |D 1998 09 24 |T 10:15:03
Bibliographic Sources
Bottineau, 1960, p.311 (Elisabeth Farnèse, n.a.1693). source
Ceán Bermúdez, 1800 (Isabel Farnesio [no dates given]). source
Diego, 1987, p.203 (Isabel Farnesio [no dates given]). source
Kubler and Soria, 1959, pp.43, 298 (Isabel or Isabella Farnese, doc.1715). source
Madrid, Prado [cat.], 1985, p.534 (Isabel de Farnesio). source
Madrid, Prado [trav. exh.], 1980, p.16 (Isabel de Farnesio, doc.1734). source
Morales Marín, La pintura, 1991, pp.14, 110 (Isabel de Farnesio, doc.1757). source
Palomino, Museo pictórico, (1715-1724) ed. 1947, repr. 1988, v.1, p.362 (Isabel Farnesio [no dates given]). source
Parada y Santín, 1903, p.75 (Isabel de Farnesio [no dates given]). source
Petteys, 1985 (Isabella Farnese, Queen of Spain). source
Sánchez Cantón, 1965, p.16 (Isabel de Farnesio, doc.1714-1733). source
Stirling-Maxwell, 1891, v.4, p.1363 (Isabella Farnese [no dates given]). source
Thieme-Becker, v.19, 1926 (Isabella or Elisabetta Farnese, Queen of Spain). source
Valdivieso González, 1991, pp.499, 658 (Isabel de Farnesio, m.p.1746). source