Macip, Vicente Juan
Vicente Juan Macip (vēthān´tā hwän mäthēp´, mäsēp´), c.1523–1579, Spanish religious painter of the Valencian school, known as Juan de Juanes and Vicente Joanes. One of the Spanish mannerists, Macip shows the influence of Italian painters, especially Raphael, in his design. Among his chief works are Holy Family (Academy, Madrid); the Last Supper (Church of St. Nicholas, Valencia); and scenes from the life of St. Stephen (Prado).
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