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With Vel zquez and El Greco, Zurbar n (1598-1664) is undoubtedly oneof the best known seventeenth-century Spanish painters. Zurbar n, whofor the Romantics represented Spanish monastic ascetism, has come tothe forefront once again in the XX century, thanks party to Cubism,which contributed to rediscovery of the great plastic qualities of his work. Indeed, if the simplicity of his artistic preparation reflectsa melancholy and somewhat unrefined temperament, and his paintingcontains a rustic accent, in his work there is a preponderance ofplastic values that respond to a concern with giving a concrete formto the construction of the spirit. Professor Santiago Alcolea provides us with an overview of the whole Zurbar n’s artistic careerstructured into four periods marked by important events that led tomajor changes in his style.