José Denis Belgrano

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José Denis Belgrano
Born April 8, 1844
Died February 12, 1917
Nationality Spanish
Known for painting

José Denis Belgrano (b. Málaga, April 8, 1844 – d. February 12, 1917) was a Spanish painter.

Belgrano was given a scholarship by Carlos Larios, Marquess of Guadiaro, to study in Rome where he lived for two years. Back to Málaga, he registered at the Malaga Art School in 1868, present-day Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Málaga, where he was a student of Bernardo Ferrándiz. After two more years in Rome in the mid-1870s, he became professor at this School in 1887.[1]


  1. ^ José Denis Belgrano (Spanish), April 17, 2008.