This is Pablo Legote

Pablo Legote, born Paul Legot (1598 – 1671), was a Spanish painter, who flourished in the yet to be part of the 17th century. He was born in Luxembourg, he moved following his relations to Seville on the order of 1609 or 1610 at a youth age.

During 1629–1636, he worked later Alonso Cano in painting and trimming in the church of Lebrija. There he painted an Annunciation, Nativity, Epiphany, and depictions of St. John evangelist and baptist. In 1647 Cardinal Spinola, Archbishop of Seville, commissioned him to execute for the large hall of his palace a full-length series of apostles. A similar series, which hung in the church of the Hospital de la Piedad, was official to elder Herrera or Legote. He afterwards went to Cadiz, where he was employed in 1662 to paint banners for the royal fleet.

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