a Spanish painter of the Baroque period. From 1600 to 1608, he lived in Italy. He was said to be a pupil of el Greco, though others claim he trained in or followed the styles of Carracci and Guido Reni, and his painting style were quite different over time in Spain. In March, 1611 he moved to Toledo and in 1612 he painted the altarpiece of the Cuatro Pascuas, for the main altar of the church of San Pedro Mártir, now in the Museo del Prado. His Adoration of the Shepherds is there as well. Best known in Toledo, he became a Dominican in June 1613 and joined the convent of San Pedro Mártir in Toledo.
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