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González García, Juan Luis

Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Departamento de Historia del Arte II (Moderno)

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Assistant Professor of Art History at the University Complutense of Madrid, where he obtained his European PhD with a dissertation on Sacred Images and Visual Preaching in the Spanish Golden Age. His current interests are directed towards the study of collecting and the connections between art, theory and literature in the 16th and 17th century Hispanic world, Italy and Central Europe. The results of his work have emerged in a number of essays in specialised journals, exhibition catalogues and books, such as "Empathetic Images and Painted Dialogues: The Visual and Verbal Rhetoric of Royal Private Piety in Renaissance Spain," in: Push Me, Pull You: Interaction, Imagination and Devotional Practices in Late Medieval and Renaissance Art, Leiden and Boston: Brill (forthcoming).

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