1579, Nov 71633
a Spanish painter of altarpieces, a priest and poet. He trained as a painter in Córdoba, Andalusia with Pablo de Céspedes, and also studied and worked with the scholar and painter Francisco Pacheco. Only after the death of Céspedes are there works that are signed and dated by Peñalosa. The first, in 1609, one San Francisco Cordoba penitent painted and sent to the Franciscan nuns in Salamanca.
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