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Santiago Ortega Collection

Santiago Ortega, a name that resonates with artistic brilliance and historical significance

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Battle of Arbela between Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia (356-323 B

Battle of Arbela between Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia (356-323 B.C. and Darius king of Persia

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Francisco Tarrega Eixea (1852-1909), guitarist and composer, portrait playing guitar

Francisco Tarrega Eixea (1852-1909), guitarist and composer, portrait playing guitar

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Fisherman, fresco from the island of Thera (Thira)

Fisherman, fresco from the island of Thera (Thira)

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Diana the Huntress, fresco from the house Stabia at Pompeii

Diana the Huntress, fresco from the house Stabia at Pompeii

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), poster No pasaran (They shall not pass), published by the CNT

Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), poster No pasaran (They shall not pass), published by the CNT

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Atlas of Gerardus Mercator, 1595, map of the Arctic to the North Pole and surrounding

Atlas of Gerardus Mercator, 1595, map of the Arctic to the North Pole and surrounding lands within and outside the Arctic Circle

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Poster for the University theater company La Barraca, directed by Federico Garcia Lorca

Poster for the University theater company La Barraca, directed by Federico Garcia Lorca

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Engraving of the Ascent to Mount Carmel, by Saint Jean of the Cross, Madrid, 1694 edition

Engraving of the Ascent to Mount Carmel, by Saint Jean of the Cross, Madrid, 1694 edition

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: The fourth state, work by Giuseppe Pelliza da Volpedo

The fourth state, work by Giuseppe Pelliza da Volpedo

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Pierre Teilhard of Chardin (1881-1955), researcher, French philosopher and theologian

Pierre Teilhard of Chardin (1881-1955), researcher, French philosopher and theologian

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Horners Zoetrope, strobe machine created in 1834 by William George Horner

Horners Zoetrope, strobe machine created in 1834 by William George Horner

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Pantocrator in the apse of the church of Sant Climent de Taüll in the Vall de Boi (Boi Valley)

Pantocrator in the apse of the church of Sant Climent de Taüll in the Vall de Boi (Boi Valley)
Pantocrator in the apse of the church of Sant Climent de Taull in the Vall de Boi (Boi Valley), Alta Ribagorca

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: The Bell of Huesca, oil Painting, 1880

The Bell of Huesca, oil Painting, 1880

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Marble head of Plotinus (205-270), Alexandrian philosopher, leader of Neoplatonism

Marble head of Plotinus (205-270), Alexandrian philosopher, leader of Neoplatonism

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903-1936), Spanish politician founder of the Falange

Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903-1936), Spanish politician founder of the Falange

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Cesar Vallejo (1892-1938), Peruvian writer

Cesar Vallejo (1892-1938), Peruvian writer

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Doryphoros (spear bearer, Roman copy of the time of Tiberius from a Greek original by Polykleitos)

Doryphoros (spear bearer, Roman copy of the time of Tiberius from a Greek original by Polykleitos)

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Meeting between Pope Adrian I and Charlemagne, miniature in the incunabula Chronicles

Meeting between Pope Adrian I and Charlemagne, miniature in the incunabula Chronicles of France, printed by A. Verard, Paris, 1493

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Atlas of Gerardus Mercator, 1595. World Map

Atlas of Gerardus Mercator, 1595. World Map

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Jose de San Martin (1777-1850), Argentine general and politician, architect of of

Jose de San Martin (1777-1850), Argentine general and politician, architect of of the Latin American Independence

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Carlos Arruza, Mexican bullfighter (1920-1966)

Carlos Arruza, Mexican bullfighter (1920-1966)

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Heracles fighting the Nemean lion, Attic black-figure amphora from Vulci

Heracles fighting the Nemean lion, Attic black-figure amphora from Vulci

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Siege of Antioch (Turkey) by the troops of Godfrey of Bouillon during the first crusade (1097)

Siege of Antioch (Turkey) by the troops of Godfrey of Bouillon during the first crusade (1097), Miniature in From the creation of the world to the conquest of the Holy Land, manuscript, 1200

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Ausias March (1397-1459), engraving of 1864, reading his poems to the Prince of Viana

Ausias March (1397-1459), engraving of 1864, reading his poems to the Prince of Viana

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: German Lithograph, 1900, drawing by Luigi Morgani with a scene from the opera Carmen

German Lithograph, 1900, drawing by Luigi Morgani with a scene from the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Ramon Berenguer I The old (1023-1076), Earl of Barcelona and Gerona (1023-1076)

Ramon Berenguer I The old (1023-1076), Earl of Barcelona and Gerona (1023-1076), of Olerdola (1049-1076) and Ausona (1054-76)

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Ramon Berenguer III the Great (1082 - 1131) nailing the flag of Barcelona in the

Ramon Berenguer III the Great (1082 - 1131) nailing the flag of Barcelona in the tower of the Fos castle, oil on canvas, 1856-1857

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936), Spanish writer

Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936), Spanish writer

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Francisco de Quevedo y Villegas (1580-1645), Spanish writer and poet

Francisco de Quevedo y Villegas (1580-1645), Spanish writer and poet

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Felix Lope de Vega (1562-1635), Spanish poet

Felix Lope de Vega (1562-1635), Spanish poet

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Page of the score Spanish Suite nº. 1 Granada by Isaac Albeniz

Page of the score Spanish Suite nº. 1 Granada by Isaac Albeniz
Page of the score Spanish Suite n. 1 Granada by Isaac Albeniz

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Whitsun, illuminated capital letter in the Episcopal Sacramentary of Elna, manuscript

Whitsun, illuminated capital letter in the Episcopal Sacramentary of Elna, manuscript on parchment made, probably in the scriptorium of the Cathedral of Elna (Roussillon), c. 1275-1300

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: The miraculous catch, miniature in the Sacred Bible, volume IV

The miraculous catch, miniature in the Sacred Bible, volume IV. New Testament. Manuscript on parchment made??, probably, in Sant Sadurni on the Roine (France) and completed in 1268

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Indira Gandhi (1917-1984), Indian politician

Indira Gandhi (1917-1984), Indian politician

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Juan Martin Diez El Empecinado (the Undaunted) defeats a column of French

Juan Martin Diez El Empecinado (the Undaunted) defeats a column of French soldiers in the Battle of Retortillo, Spanish War of Independence 1808-1813

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Josep Pla i Casadevall (1897-1981), at age 20, Catalan writer and journalist

Josep Pla i Casadevall (1897-1981), at age 20, Catalan writer and journalist

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: View of the city of Plasencia (Caceres), engraving in Voyage Pittoresque en

View of the city of Plasencia (Caceres), engraving in Voyage Pittoresque en Espagne et en Portugal, 1840, by Emile Begin

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Frescoes in the House of Livia Tablinum in the Palatine

Frescoes in the House of Livia Tablinum in the Palatine

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Poor waiting the soup, 1899, oil by Isidre Nonell

Poor waiting the soup, 1899, oil by Isidre Nonell

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Triptych of the Virgin Mary, tempera on panel, c

Triptych of the Virgin Mary, tempera on panel, c. 1400 to 1430. In the central panel the Virgin and Child among musical angels and in the side tables saints Catherine and Eulalia

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Chryselephantine statue of Zeus, built in year 471 BC, in the temple of Olympia, by Phidias

Chryselephantine statue of Zeus, built in year 471 BC, in the temple of Olympia, by Phidias. German engraving from 1886, is one of the seven wonders of the world

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: San Juan de la Cruz (Juan de Yepes Alvarez) (1542-1591), Spanish writer, theologian

San Juan de la Cruz (Juan de Yepes Alvarez) (1542-1591), Spanish writer, theologian and religious

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Royal Proclamation of King Charles III, 1780, privileges of the Crown to the vassals

Royal Proclamation of King Charles III, 1780, privileges of the Crown to the vassals engaged in the farming and coal mining, developed by Antonio Fernandez

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Death of Tsar Nicholas II, the Imperial family with his successor Alexander III, Tsar of Russia

Death of Tsar Nicholas II, the Imperial family with his successor Alexander III, Tsar of Russia (1881-1894) before the body, engraving of the Illustration, 1894

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Ilona Staller, Cicciolina (1951- ), Italian artist and politician

Ilona Staller, Cicciolina (1951- ), Italian artist and politician

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Fernando Moran Lopez (1926-), Spanish politician

Fernando Moran Lopez (1926-), Spanish politician

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Detail of painting Cesare and Lucrezia Borgia Lucrezia Borgia (1480-1519), Duchess of Ferrara

Detail of painting Cesare and Lucrezia Borgia Lucrezia Borgia (1480-1519), Duchess of Ferrara

Background imageSantiago Ortega Collection: Don Rodrigo, last Visigothic King (671 -711), Tariq, Chief Berber, miniature of the

Don Rodrigo, last Visigothic King (671 -711), Tariq, Chief Berber, miniature of the Book Portraits of Kings 11th century



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Santiago Ortega, a name that resonates with artistic brilliance and historical significance. Just like Francisco Tarrega Eixea, the renowned guitarist and composer whose portrait captures the essence of musical mastery as he strums his guitar with passion. But Santiago Ortega's interests extend beyond music alone. Like Diana the Huntress depicted in the fresco from the house Stabia at Pompeii, he is an explorer of various domains, seeking knowledge and inspiration from diverse sources. The Spanish Civil War left an indelible mark on Santiago's consciousness. The poster "No pasaran" published by CNT serves as a reminder of his unwavering determination to resist oppression and fight for justice. Engraving of the Ascent to Mount Carmel by Saint Jean of the Cross reflects Santiago's spiritual inclinations. He finds solace in contemplating higher realms and seeks enlightenment through introspection. Santiago also has a deep appreciation for theater arts. The poster for La Barraca, directed by Federico Garcia Lorca, symbolizes his love for dramatic expression and storytelling that transcends boundaries. Just as Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was a philosopher and theologian who delved into scientific research, Santiago possesses an insatiable curiosity about life's mysteries. He explores ideas beyond conventional boundaries to expand his understanding of existence. Giuseppe Pelliza da Volpedo's masterpiece "The fourth state" speaks volumes about social inequality—a subject close to Santiago's heart. He strives to bring awareness through art that challenges societal norms and advocates for change. Like Doryphoros, spear bearer sculpted by Polykleitos during ancient times, Santiago embodies strength both physically and mentally. His resilience enables him to overcome obstacles while remaining steadfast in pursuit of his goals. Pantocrator in Sant Climent de Taüll church represents divine authority—an image that resonates deeply within Santiago's soul as he contemplates spirituality amidst earthly struggles.