Portrait of Rosebushes for Federico de Madrazo
Today we are in a day of classic art, which is never of more for knowing a little the past of the Spanish art. We will speak about Eduardo Rosales, Spanish painter of the XIXth century, characterized by the purism, the realism and the impressionism.
Rosales was born on November 4, 1836, in Madrid. From 1849 until 1851 he studied Philosophy in the Institute of San Isidro. The latter year joined the Academy of Fine Arts, where it took as teachers to, between others, José and Federico de Madrazo, Carlos Luis Rivera, Carlos de Haes and Luis Ferrant. At the age of two it left his formation in this academy. In 1854 it began to copy in the Prado Museum, to Velázquez, Dyck, Murillo Go and, between others, to Tiziano. On the following year it was employed at the lithographic collection of the Academy of Fine Arts in the Tívoli.
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