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El Greco

Nov - 18 - 2013
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El Greco (Doménikos Theotokópoulos ) was born in Crete, which was at that time part of the Republic of Venice . At the age of 26 went to Venice to study . If such a thing was common at the time of the Greeks for men who want to get a better education . In 1570 he moved to Rome . The series opens with a workshop that she creates . During his time in Italy , the artist has developed his own style . He added Mannerism elements in the picture . In 1577 he was in Toledo , Spain, to live . Toledo in the end of his life remains . It was created in Toledo, he did his best works.

The Dormition of the Virgin

El Greco – The Dormition of the Virgin

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