About Diego Velazquez’s Las Meninas
Inspired by this Las Meninas print?
Diego Velazquez created this painting in 1656.
“Las Meninas” is the Spanish word for “Maid of Honor.”
In the work, maids of honor surround a young Margaret Theresa of Spain. In the background you can see the artist of this painting, Diego Velazquez, working on his easel.
The painting has many similarities to a photograph.
Today this masterpiece hangs in the Museo del Prado in Madrid.
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About This Las Meninas Print
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About The Artist
Diego Velazquez was a Spanish artist alive from 1599-1660. During the Golden Age, he was the leading artist to the king. Many recognize him as individualistic and for his use of brush strokes. Many great artists after him cite Velazquez as a main course of inspiration.