Luis Tristán de Escamilla, also Luis Rodríguez Tristán (1586–1624), was a Spanish painter.
Tristán was born and died in Toledo. He became an 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) as well as The Adoration of the Magi (now at the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest), San Luis repartiendo limosna (now at the Louvre) and La ronda del pan y del huevo (Museo de Santa Cruz), Toledo.
- Enggas, Robert; Brown, Jonathan (1992). Italian and Spanish Art, 1600-1750: Sources and Documents. Northwestern University Press. p. 183. ISBN 0810110652.
- Antonio Palomino, An account of the lives and works of the most eminent Spanish painters, sculptors and architects, 1724, first English translation, 1739, p. 35
- Alfonso Pérez Sánchez y Benito Navarrete Prieto, Luis Tristán 1585-1624 Ediciones del Umbral, 2001
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- Luis Tristán at the Museo del Prado Online Encyclopedia, a full text exhibition catalog which includes material on Luis Tristán (in Spanish)
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