Francisco Herrera; El Mozo; Francisco the Younger

[Saint Hermengild] Son of Francisco the Elder, born Seville, Spain, 1622; died Madrid, Spain, 1685. Having gone to Rome to escape his father's tyranny, he was noted there as a painter of still life, especially of fish. In 1656 he returned to Spain and soon after founded the Seville Academy. His masterpiece is a "Saint Francis" in the Seville cathedral. The Prado has his "Triumph of Saint Hermengild."

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Francisco Herrera; El Mozo; Francisco le Cadette

Filia de Francisco le Senior; nascite a Seville, Espania, 1622; mortiva a Madrid, Espania, 1685. El iriva ad Rome pro escappar le tyrannia de su patre, et deveniva un pictor de natura morte, in modo special de pisces. Durante 1656 el retornava ad Espania e tosto fundava le Academia Seville. Su obra maestro es un "Sancte Francis" in le cathedral de Seville. Le Prado ha su "Triumpho de Sancte Hermengild."

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