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Las Meninas

And yet, Las Meninas is an excellent play and I was enchanted. There are some minor flaws, at least in my view. It sounded rather socialist at times, with the insistence on the fight of the oppressed, the strike of the cleaners, to give a couple of examples. On the other hand, the cleaners had not been paid for three months and the Marqui Las Meninas by Antonio Buero Vallejo Velasquez is not one of my favorite painters…and as for Antonio Buero Vallejo- I had not heard about it until a few days ago.

On the other hand, the cleaners had not been paid for three months and the Marquis had committed some abuses. The evil character in the play is the marquis, who rules Spain in actual fact and has become extremely rich in the process.

Velasquez is a daring painter and takes some liberty in treating his subject. This attracts the wrath of the powers to be. First of all, Velasquez paints a naked woman and that is considered so outrageous for the 17th century that he is brought in front of a tribunal menninas by the king. The famous painter is not only an amazing creator, but also a shrewd counselor or lawyer- he defends himself very well in court: But there is another bone of contention.


The fact that Velasquez has painted a beautiful woman causes hatred right next to him, in his circle of friends, one of whom betrays him, because he is jealous and enamored with the model, who seems to like the painter and ignores the man who becomes a sworn enemy of the artist.

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The menians of the play is given by a famous painting, which was both excellent and daring. However, the courtiers were not impressed when they saw it. Velasquez was accused of giving more importance to himself and even a dog in the painting, than to their royal highnesses. Although the court painter and a respected painter and man of knowledge, Velasquez has been under attack, at least in this play.

There is a character in the play that says: The character in question serves as a model for a painting of Velasquez ubero then comes back with revolutionary ideas- fighting for justice and, it seems to me- against the very idea of monarchy. Apart from these leftist ideas that I disagree with, the play is informative, entertaining, revealing interesting aspects in the life of a great artist, who is determined to keep his faith and principles even when the authorities suggest that he destroys Las Meninas and change his artistic perspective.

I am not sure what is the historical truth and what is the artistic license, but the fiction works wonderfully and I loved it. Apr 22, Alba rated it really liked it Shelves: Ambientada para que siguiera el momento anterior a que Velazquez pintara su famoso cuadro. Feb 21, Paul rated it it was amazing. Very insightful historical drama based valoejo Spanish painter Diego Velazquez and the controversy surrounding his depiction of “Venus.

It makes you rethink conventional ideas regarding freedom of expression in visual arts, including what is vaallejo “pornographic. Miguel rated it really liked it Nov 23, Libby rated it liked it Jan 07, Molly rated it liked it Jan 13, Jack rated it really liked it Nov 06, Victor Vilchiz rated it really liked it Oct 23, Ethan rated lax really liked it May 31, Ahtonio rated it it was amazing Apr 17, Malea rated it really liked it Mar 10, Javisalas rated it really liked it Nov 04, Davina rated it really liked it Mar 28, Maka Paz rated it really liked it Feb 23, Jessie Frances rated it it was amazing Jul 18, Andy Tsukuyomi rated it liked it May 24, Mangeles rated it it was amazing Jul 26, Emily rated it liked it Apr laz, Katherine rated it really liked it Apr 14, buedo Stephanie rated it liked it Jul 01, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.


About Antonio Buero Vallejo. During the ubero war, he served as a medical aid in the Republican army. After the war he was imprisoned for six years. After being released he wrote Story of a Stairway in This work presented a graphic picture of Spain after the Civil War and won the Menknas de Vega Prize, establishing Vallejo as one of the antknio authors in Spain.

While other authors left Spain to escape Franco’s censorship, Vallejo stayed in Spain and used symbolism to criticize the government. Inhe was elected to the Royal Spanish Academy. A common theme in his work is Spain’s buerp during and after Franco. In the tragedies there is always a sense of hope for the future. His works make frequent use of the symbolism of the senses—for example, using the “fiery darkness,” in which the protagonist cannot see, as a symbol of Spain’s dark situation.

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