Maella, Mariano Salvador

Spanish Painter, 1739-1819 Spanish painter and draughtsman. He was the son of a Valencian painter of the same name, and in 1751 he went to Madrid, where he studied drawing and modelling under the sculptor Felipe de Castro for two years. However, he felt painting to be his vocation and joined the students directed by Antonio Gonzelez Velezquez at the Real Academia de S Fernando, where he completed his studies in 1757.

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Maella, Mariano Salvador Allegory of Summer oil painting


Allegory of Summer
Painting ID::  19239
Artist: Maella, Mariano Salvador
Painting: Allegory of Summer
Introduction: Oil on canvas Museo del Prado, Madrid.
   
   
     

Maella, Mariano Salvador Carlota Joquina, Infanta of Spain and Queen of Portugal oil painting


Carlota Joquina, Infanta of Spain and Queen of Portugal
Painting ID::  19240
Artist: Maella, Mariano Salvador
Painting: Carlota Joquina, Infanta of Spain and Queen of Portugal
Introduction: Oil on canvas Museo del Prado, Madrid.
   
   
     

Maella, Mariano Salvador Carlota joquina,Infanta of Spain and Queen of Portugal oil painting


Carlota joquina,Infanta of Spain and Queen of Portugal
Painting ID::  28085
Artist: Maella, Mariano Salvador
Painting: Carlota joquina,Infanta of Spain and Queen of Portugal
Introduction: mk61 Oil on canvas 177x116cm
   
   
     

Maella, Mariano Salvador Allegory of Summer oil painting


Allegory of Summer
Painting ID::  28120
Artist: Maella, Mariano Salvador
Painting: Allegory of Summer
Introduction: mk61 Oil on canvas 144x77cm
   
   
     

Maella, Mariano Salvador Hand book for girls portrait oil painting


Hand book for girls portrait
Painting ID::  58354
Artist: Maella, Mariano Salvador
Painting: Hand book for girls portrait
Introduction: Florence mk261 wooden egg tempera 58 x 46.5 cm
   
   
     

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     Spanish Painter, 1739-1819 Spanish painter and draughtsman. He was the son of a Valencian painter of the same name, and in 1751 he went to Madrid, where he studied drawing and modelling under the sculptor Felipe de Castro for two years. However, he felt painting to be his vocation and joined the students directed by Antonio Gonzelez Velezquez at the Real Academia de S Fernando, where he completed his studies in 1757.