Daniel Hernández Morillo

1856-1932 Peru-Genre Painter

 

Brief Biography-Daniel Hernandez Morillo was from Huarpa, Huancavelica, Peru. He left for Italy in 1875 where he spent the next ten years. In 1885, he went to Paris and was strongly influenced by the rococo style of painting. He won a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle in 1900 and a year later he was awarded the Legion d'Honneur. He returned to Peru in 1917 and became the director of the National School of Beaux Arts of Lima, a position he held for the remainder of his life. He undertook numerous commissions for the government.

 

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woman in the bois
de bolougne

woman in the bois de bolougne


girls at the zoo

girls at the zoo

juan mariano
de goyeneche

juan mariano de goyeneche


idle woman

idle woman


the snake charmer

the snake charmer

children and geese
by a pond

children and geese by a pond

elegant lady on
the quay of paris

elegant lady on the quay of paris

eduardo lopez
of romagna

eduardo lopez of romagna

woman with
tambourine

woman with tambourine

girl with a
red ribbon

girl with a red ribbon

girl with
blue tie

girl with blue tie


girl with duck

girl with duck


lazy

lazy


leisure moments

leisure moments


on the balcony

on the balcony


pierrette

pierrette by Daniel Hernandez


women at rest

women at rest


the model

the model


francisco pizarro

francisco pizarro


self portrait

self portrait

woman carrying
firewood

woman carrying firewood


canal landscape

canal landscape

capitulation of
ayacucho

capitulation of ayacucho]