Immaculate Conception, Oil on canvas, Isidoro de Tapia (1712-1778)

Isidoro de Tapia (Valencia, 1712 - Madrid, 1778) (Spain, 18th Century)

Immaculate Conception, Oil on canvas, Isidoro de Tapia (1712-1778)

The Immaculate Conception, according to the teaching of the Catholic Church, was the conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Isidoro Tapia (Valencia , 1712 - Madrid, 1778 ) was a Spanish painter in the Rococo style. In 1743 he moved to Madrid where he was appointed a "member of merit" of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, for which he painted the Sacrifice of Abraham in 1755 .

He was a Professor of Drawing at the Academy until his death.

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 62 in | WIDTH: 49 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 58 in | WIDTH: 45 in

Origin Spain
Category Oils
Period 18th Century
Style Rococo
ConditionVery good

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