16121672, Apr 1
a Spanish Baroque painter of portraits and still lifes. He was born in Burgos but from 1618 he lived in Madrid, where he had his artistic training under Pedro de Las Cuevas. In his mature work he was strongly influenced by Velázquez. Although in his lifetime he was best known for his portraits, all of them are now lost. The only work by Burgos Mantilla known to survive is the Still Life with Dried Fruit (1631), now in the collection of Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut.
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