Benito Manuel Agüero

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Benito Manuel Agüero, Landscape with Aeneas leaving Carthage.
Vista del Campillo, oil on canvas (55 x 198 cm.), El Escorial, now deposited at the Museo del Prado.

Benito Manuel Agüero (1624–1668) was a Spanish painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Madrid as a landscape and battle painter.

Agüero was born in Burgos. He was a favorite of the King Philip IV.[1] He was a pupil of Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo. He died in Madrid.


  1. ^ Boni, Page 8

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