Category:Virgen de la mosca

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Although this image is spread in the web as Isabella's portrait, don't exist the evidences that it is the queen. It's just a hypothesis.

La figura que cobra mayor protagonismo, sentada en primer plano, haciendo una pausa en la lectura de un libro, ha sido identificada como Santa Catalina de Alejandría (por la iconografía de la corona y la espada), pero sus rasgos faciales parecen corresponder a los retratos de Isabel la Católica, en cuyo caso sería la representación de la comitente de la obra.

Artist
Attributed to Gerard David (circa 1450/1460–1523) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q333380
Gerard David (circa 1450/1460–1523)
Description

Flemish painter and draughtsman

Date of birth/death circa 1450–1460 13 August 1523
Location of birth/death Oudewater Bruges
Work location Bruges
Authority control
or
Circle of Jan Gossaert (1478–1532) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q346952
Jan Gossaert
Alternative names Jan Gossart, Jan Gossaert van Mabuse, Jan Gossaert van Mauberge, Jan Gossart van Mabuse, Jan Gossart van Mauberge, Joannes Malbodius, Jan Mabuse
Description

Flemish-Dutch painter, draughtsman and etcher

Date of birth/death possibly 1478 between 12 September 1532 and 13 October 1532
Location of birth/death Maubeuge, Hainaut, today France Middelburg
Work location Antwerp (1503–1507), Rome (1508–1509), Middelburg (1509–1517),
Utrecht (1517–1524), Middelburg (1524–1532)
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Title Virgin of the fly
Alternative title(s):
Sagrada Familia con Santa Magdalena y Santa Catalina wikidata:Q16646688
Description
Posible imagen de Isabel la Católica, reina de Castilla (о Santa Catalina de Alejandría)
Date circa 1520
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions 92 × 79 cm (36.2 × 31.1 in)
La colegiata de Santa María la Mayor, de Toro (Zamora)
Source/Photographer La colegiata de Santa María la Mayor, de Toro (Zamora)
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Media in category "Virgen de la mosca"

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