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Acosta, Cayetano (Don)locked


Spanish, 18th century, male.

Born 1710, in Seville, of Portuguese origin; died 1780, in Seville.


Acosta was mostly self-taught and followed, almost to the point of caricature, the styles of Pedro Duque Cornejo, Jerónimo de Balbás and Donoso. He sculpted the statues at the entrance to the choir of the church of El Salvador in Seville. In ...

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