Rafael Tejeo

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Rafael Tejeo (1800 – October 1856) was a Spanish painter during the Neoclassic period.

Born in Caravaca de la Cruz and died in Madrid. Tejeo first studied in Murcia, then moved Madrid and entered studio of Jose Aparicio. Four years later, he traveled to Rome. He returned in 1827 . He was inducted into the Royal Academy of San Fernando in September 1828. Named Lieutenant director in August 1839 and honorary director in 1842.

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  • Museo Naval de Madrid
    Copy of Portrait of Álvaro de Bazán Primer Marchese of Santa Cruz (1526–1588)
    Portrait of Friar Antonio Valdés y Fernández Bazán
    Portrait of Jorge Juan de Santacilia
  • Palacio Real de Aranjuez
    La Inmaculada

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