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

Pareja, Juan de

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Alternate De Pareja, Juan
Alternate Esclavo de Velázquez, El
Alternate Esclavo, El
L.C. NamePareja, Juan de, 1606-1670
Region(s)Seville and Madrid
NotesTraditionally referred to as the Slave of Velazquez, this artist was, in fact, a free citizen of Spain.
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CreatedDOI |D 1994 09 20 |T 10:29:43
CreatedMLEWIN |D 1998 04 06 |T 12:31:07
Bibliographic Sources
Angulo Iñiguez, 1971, p.212 (Juan Pareja, m.1670). source
Azcárate [y Ristori], 1983, p.153 (1610-1670). source
Bénézit, 1976 (also known as El Esclavo de Velásquez, n.c.1610-m.1670). source
Camón Aznar, 1978, pp.390-391 (doc.1630-op.1667). source
Ceán Bermúdez, 1800 (also as El Esclavo de Velázquez, 1606-1670). source
Gaya Nuño, Pareja, 1957, pp.271-272 (n.c.1605/1606-m.1670). source
Harris, 1982, p.87 caption for pl.77 (n.c.1610-m.1670). source
Huesca, Museo Provincial [cat.], 1968, p.39 (op.1667). source
Library of Congress (also as Juan De Pareja). source
Madrid, Prado [cat.], 1985, p.489 (n.c.1610-m.1670). source
Madrid, Prado, Velázquez [exh.], 1990, p.388 (n.c.1610-m.1670). source
Montagu, 1983, pp.683-684 (doc.1630-m.1670). source
Palomino, Vidas, [1724] ed.1986, pp.221-223 (m.1670 at an age slightly over 60, with editor's annotation of n.c.1605/1608-m.p.1669). source
Pérez Sánchez, 1992, p.239. source
Princeton, Art Museum [trav. exh.], 1982, p.99 (n.c.1604/1607-m.c.1670). source
Sarasota, Ringling Museum [cat.], 1949, p.279 (Juan de Pareja, called El Esclavo, n.c.1610-m.1670). source
Thieme-Becker, v.26, 1932 (also known as Sklave des Velázquez, n.c.1610-m.1670). source
Viñaza, v.3, 1894, p.221 (op.1667-1669). source
Witt, 1978 (n.c.1610-m.1670). source