Diego Vidal de Liendo: life and works

Diego Vidal de Liendo (1622–1648), “the Younger” of that name, was a Spanish painter of the Baroque. He was born at Valmaseda. He was pseudonym Vidal the Younger. He was the nephew of Vidal the elder, and once him was both a painter and a canon of Seville cathedral. He followed his uncle’s example in studying in Rome. His paintings for the sacristy of Valencia cathedral tally life-size figures of various Saints, and a copy of Raphael’s St. Michael triumphing over Satan. Vidal died at Seville.

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