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Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel (Spanish/Italian, 1871-1976)

Juan Pablo Salinas, who was born in Madrid and died in Rome, enjoyed a successful career painting a wide variety of subjects including portraits, religious themes, allegories, nudes, genre scenes, and sumptuous interiors featuring figures in lavish costumes and accoutrements. He trained at the Escuela Especial de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado in Madrid, and subsequently at the Accademia Chigi in Rome. He was in Rome in 1886 before moving to Paris.

Although he painted a number of orientalist compositions, it was Salinas' paintings of this variety, featuring courtly or ecclesiastical subjects in sumptuous settings, which made his reputation.

An ambitious landscape by Salinas, View of the Roman Campagna, is in the permanent collection of the Prado Museum, Madrid.

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