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Tramulles, Francisco or Tramullaslocked


Spanish, 18th century, male.

Born 1717, in Perpignan, to Spanish parents; died 1773, in Barcelona.

Painter, copyist. Religious subjects.

Francisco Tramulles was the son of a Catalan sculptor who went to Perpignan to work at the cathedral. He was the younger brother of Manuel Tramulles. Francisco first studied in Paris before going to Barcelona to continue his training under Veladomat the Elder. He then went to Madrid where he joined the Academia de Bellas Artes and copied the old masters for two years. He was made a member of the Madrid academy in ...

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