Juan Antonio de Frías y Escalante

c. 1633-1670 Spain/Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Juan Antonio de Frías y Escalante of Córdoba became a disciple of Francisco Rizi when he moved to Madrid at an early age. Rizi was painter to the King and Escalante later worked in the Royal Court. He was influenced by the works of Titian, Veronese and Tintoretto. His style ranged from Mannerism to Baroque to Rococo. His paintings were mainly of religious subject, many of his works remain in the churches of Madrid.

 

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abraham and
melchizedek

abraham and melchizedek

abraham and the
three angel

abraham and the three angel

ajimelech the priest
delivered the bread

ajimelech the priest delivered the bread and the sword to david

an angel awakens
the prophet elijah

an angel awakens the prophet elijah


andromeda

andromeda


charity

charity

 

christ the savior

christ the savior

communion of santa
rosa de viterbo

communion of santa rosa de viterbo

immaculate
conception

immaculate conception

immaculate
conception of the-

immaculate conception of the virgin mary


jesus nazarene

jesus nazarene

moses and the
water of the rock

moses and the water of the rock

reapers of
promise land

reapers of promise land

saint catherine of
alexandria

saint catherine of alexandria by Juan Antonio de Frías y Escalante

saint francis of
assisi in prayer

saint francis of assisi in prayer

saint joseph and
the infant christ

saint joseph and the infant christ

saint peter carried to
the altar by angels

saint peter nolasco carried to the altar by angels[

the child jesus
and saint john

the child jesus and saint john

the conversion of
saint paul

the conversion of saint paul

the
holy family

the holy family

the prudent
abigail

the prudent abigail

triumph of faith
on the senses

triumph of faith on the senses