Pedro Duque y Cornejo

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Pedro Duque y Cornejo (1677–1757) was a Spanish Baroque painter and sculptor of the Sevillian school of sculpture, a disciple of his grandfather Pedro Roldán.

He was born in Seville and worked mostly in his home city (church of the Sagrario, Palace of San Telmo and the local Cathedral), Granada and Madrid (statues in Santa Maria de El Paular, after 1725). In Córdoba he executed the choir at the Mosque-cathedral. He died in Córdoba.

Sources[edit]

  • Gómez-Moreno, M. E. (1951). Breve historia de la escultura española. Madrid.