a Spanish painter of the baroque period, a disciple of Juan Delgado and the uncle of Pedro Rodriguez de Miranda. He was appointed Painter to the King. Juan García de Miranda was born of Asturian parents at Madrid, and studied painting under Juan Delgado, producing chiefly devotional pictures, particularly Immaculate Conceptions, for private patrons. Born without a right hand, he made use of the stump of the arm to hold pencils, maulstick, &c.
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Nicolas Garcia de Miranda
a Spanish artist. The brother and disciple of Juan Garcia de Miranda, he mostly painted landscapes with religious figures. There...
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