Swearing In Of Fernando VII As Prince Of Asturias
Swearing In Of Fernando VII As Prince Of Asturias (Jura de Fernando VII Como Príncipe de Asturias) c1791 by Spanish Painter Luis Paret y Alcázar (1746 – 1799) of the late-Baroque or Rococo periods
This is a painting of Ferdinand VII (1784 – 1833) taking the oath as the future Prince of Asturias as it was held in the Church of the Royal Monastery of San Jerónimo de Madrid, Spain on September 23, 1789; will all the nobility and aristocracy in attendance.
Swearing In Of Fernando VII is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image that is available as a custom canvas print online.
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Luis was a Spanish painter of the Late Baroque or Rococo Period who began his artistic training Antonio González Velázquez (1723 -1793) as well as attending the Academia Real de San Fernando, located on the Calle de Alcalá in the heart of Madrid, Spain.
While at the Academy during 1760 he won second prize in a painting contest, and then 6 years later garnered first prize.
He would later work at the studio of the French painter Charles de la Traverse (1726 – 1787), who worked for the Marchese of Ossun, the ambassador of France in Spain.
In 1779 he became an instructor at the Academia Real de San Fernando and was also a royal commission artist, doing paintings and engraving vistas of ports.