Painting Style In Spain And Doña Maria De La Padilla

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The painting style in Spain during the 18th century had a large influence on Latin America’s. The painting style during this century was realistic and the figures portrayed closely resembled their actual appearance in the world. During the Aztec empire, it was hard to distinguish human figures out of the statues they created. In these paintings, everything is portrayed the way it is. The painting style in Figure 1 is exactly the type of paintings the Spanish were doing. Cabrera did a painting of Doña Maria de la Padilla (Figure 7), and this painting closely resembles the Spanish painter Amigoni’s painting of Maria Antonia (Figure 6). Both paintings are using relatively the same color pallet, and the females in the paintings look alike. Even

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