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Luis Salvador Carmona

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Nationality  Spanish
Name  Luis Carmona
Period  Baroque
Movement  Baroque
Died  1767, Madrid, Spain
Known for  Sculpture

Born  1708Nava del Rey, Spain

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Luis Salvador Carmona (Nava del Rey, 1708 – Madrid, 1767) was a spanish sculptor of the late baroque period.

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He studied in Madrid with Juan Alonso Villabrille y Ron.

Works

His first works were some sculptures in stone for temples of Madrid (St. Sebastian Church, Hospice of Saint Ferdinand).

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For the Court it realized five kings' statues for the Royal Palace of Madrid (Ramiro I, John V of Portugal, Philip IV …).

Much of his work consisted of religious works:

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  • Sculptures of the retable (1743-1747), Parish church, Segura
  • Divina Pastora (1747), Convent of Capuchins, Nava del Rey
  • Christ (1756), Convent of Capuchins, Nava del Rey
  • Pieta (1760), New Cathedral, Salamanca
  • Crucifix, National Museum of Sculpture, Valladolid
  • Flagellated Christ (1760), Clerecia, Salamanca

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    References

    Luis Salvador Carmona Wikipedia


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