Luis Tristán

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Luis Tristán de Escamilla (1586, Toledo, Spain – 1624, Toledo) was a Spanish painter.

The Adoration of the Magi, Museum of Fine Arts (Budapest)

Tristán became assistant of El Greco between 1603 and 1607; Tristán's later works were influenced by his master. One of his most important paintings is an altar image in the church of Yepes (1616).

Diego Velázquez proclaimed himself a follower of Tristán.[1]


  1. ^ Enggas, Robert; Brown, Jonathan (1992). Italian and Spanish Art, 1600-1750: Sources and Documents. Northwestern University Press. p. 183. ISBN 0810110652. 

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