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Un San José atribuido a La Roldana en el Convento de Santa María la Real de Bormujos, Sevilla.

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2011
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Universidad Pablo de Olavide
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La artista Luisa Roldán, escultora de Cámara de Carlos II y Felipe V, hija del gran maestro escultórico Pedro Roldán, es una de las artistas de finales del barroco sevillano que despiertan más interés por la proliferación de sus obras en un periodo relativamente corto y fecundo a caballo entre su etapa andaluza de Sevilla (1671-1683), Cádiz (1687-1689) y la etapa cortesana de Madrid (1692-1706). La obra que presentamos es una aportación basada principalmente en un estudio com­parativo con otras obras de la autora. Por sus similitudes nos han llevado a pensar en la atribución a su mano.
The artist Luisa Roldán, sculptor of House of Carlos II and Felipe V, daughter of the great sculptural master Pedro Roldán, is one of the last of the Sevil­lian baroque artists that arouse more interest in the proliferation of their works in a relatively short and fruitful period between his Andalusian stage of Seville (1671- 1683), Cádiz (1684-1687) and the courtly stage of Madrid (1692-1706). The study of the work we present, is a contribution based primarily on a comparative study with other works of the author that, by their similarities, have led us to think about possible attribution to her hand.
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Atrio: Revista de historia del arte nº 17 (2011), p. 59-68
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Atrio: Revista de historia del arte nº 17 (2011), p. 59-68
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