Francisco Agustin y Grande
Francisco Agustín y Grande (1753–1800) was a Spanish painter of the Neoclassic style. He was born in Barcelona. He studied in Rome under Anton Raphael Mengs, and returned to become the director of a school of design in Cordoba. In 1799, he became a member for the Royal Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. He mainly produced devotional paintings for churches in Cordoba.
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