The Last Judgement by JUAN CORREA DE VIVAR | c. 1545. Oil on… | Flickr

The Last Judgement by JUAN CORREA DE VIVAR | c. 1545. Oil on… | Flickr

Juan Correa de Vivar (1510 - 1566) - The Nativity.

Juan Correa de Vivar (1510 - 1566) - The Nativity.

coriesu: “The Virgin with St. Bernard Juan Correa de Vivar––1540 ”

coriesu: “The Virgin with St. Bernard Juan Correa de Vivar––1540 ”

Descent from the Cross // Ca. 1545 // Juan Correa de Vivar #HolyWeek #JesusChrist

Descent from the Cross // Ca. 1545 // Juan Correa de Vivar #HolyWeek #JesusChrist

Rodrigo Jiménez (or Ximénez) de Rada (c. 1170 in  Navarre, Spain – 10 June 1247 on the Rhone, near Lyons, France), also known as Archbishop Don Roderic of Toledo, was a Navarrese-born Castilian Roman Catholic bishop and historian.He played a key role in the war against the Almohads and at the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212). The layout of the cathedral as now seen was set in the 13th century, while Rodrigo Ximénez de Rada was archbishop of Toledo and during the reign of a Ferdinand III

Rodrigo Jiménez (or Ximénez) de Rada (c. 1170 in Navarre, Spain – 10 June 1247 on the Rhone, near Lyons, France), also known as Archbishop Don Roderic of Toledo, was a Navarrese-born Castilian Roman Catholic bishop and historian.He played a key role in the war against the Almohads and at the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212). The layout of the cathedral as now seen was set in the 13th century, while Rodrigo Ximénez de Rada was archbishop of Toledo and during the reign of a Ferdinand III

Juan Correa de Vivar (Mascaraque,Toledo, c. 1510 - 16 de abril de 1566) fue un pintor renacentista español.

Juan Correa de Vivar (Mascaraque,Toledo, c. 1510 - 16 de abril de 1566) fue un pintor renacentista español.

Cardinal Cisneros occupied the cardinalate office for twenty-two years; under his influence and sponsorship important works were done (perhaps the most important was the Mozarabic chapel), realised by masters of the stature of Juan Francés (reja, or the ironwork screen, of the Mozarabic chapel), Enrique Egas, Juan de Borgoña (paintings of the Mozarabic chapel) and its grandmaster Pedro de Gumiel

Cardinal Cisneros occupied the cardinalate office for twenty-two years; under his influence and sponsorship important works were done (perhaps the most important was the Mozarabic chapel), realised by masters of the stature of Juan Francés (reja, or the ironwork screen, of the Mozarabic chapel), Enrique Egas, Juan de Borgoña (paintings of the Mozarabic chapel) and its grandmaster Pedro de Gumiel

During the conquest of Granada Pedro contributed largely to the maintenance of the army. On January 2, 1492 he occupied the town in the name of the Catholic sovereigns.

During the conquest of Granada Pedro contributed largely to the maintenance of the army. On January 2, 1492 he occupied the town in the name of the Catholic sovereigns.

Pedro González de Mendoza - Wikipedia

Pedro González de Mendoza - Wikipedia

Pedro González de Mendoza (May 3, 1428 – January 11, 1495) was a Spanish cardinal and statesman who served as Archbishop of Toledo (1482-1495), Archbishop of Sevilla (1474-1482), Bishop of Sigüenza (1467-1474), and Bishop of Calahorra y La Calzada (1453-1467).

Pedro González de Mendoza (May 3, 1428 – January 11, 1495) was a Spanish cardinal and statesman who served as Archbishop of Toledo (1482-1495), Archbishop of Sevilla (1474-1482), Bishop of Sigüenza (1467-1474), and Bishop of Calahorra y La Calzada (1453-1467).

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