Paintings and engravings inspired by La Celestina or containing the word "celestina"

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Paintings and engravings inspired by La Celestina or containing the word "celestina"

Celestine, by Cuevas (1980, c.)
Portrait of a woman showing her right profile, representing Celestine.

Three images of Celestina in a book about famous literary characters, by Navarro (1969)
Three images of Celestina inside the book. Originals in color

Franco's Spain, by Quintanilla
Ink drawing in a series.
Notice the celestinesque character with a rosary

Illustrations for La Celestina, by Quevedo (1967)
Series of engraving for an illustrated edition in German that was not published

La Celestina, engraving by Seoane (1950, c.)
Engraving, but the image here is from a picture.
Notice the marks of the knives on Celestina's body

Maja and Celestina waiting under an arch, by Goya (1794, c.)
Drawing in Album B or Madrid album.

A young woman and an old procuress are under an arch. The young woman rests on a rock while placing her hand on her hip. Meanwhile, the procuress holds a cane and a rosary.

La Celestina, by Monedero (1970 c.)
Oil on canvas 29'5 x 23'5 cm. Three people at the light of a candle. They may be Celestina, Areúsa and Pármeno, or other characters

Horrors of war: "What is Celestina carrying in her bag?...", by Sancho Piqué (1939)
Drawing as part of the collection "Horrors of war". A person completely covered is carrying the body of a hanged person in a bag. Two female characters are watching in horror.

Old celestina, by Alenza (c. 1830)
Ink drawing on paper

La Celestina (Goya), by Braun-Vega (2000, c.)
Self/portrait, Goya's maja and naked young girl

Celestina, by Barbudo (2003)
OMENTARIO A LA OBRA PRESENTADA La obra de Isabel Barbudo, titulada "Celestina", simboliza, en los personajes de la inmortal creacion de Fernando de Rojas,la ambicion de conseguir los deseos mas inconfesables por cualquier medio, lo que fatalmente…

Celestine's Gallery, by Santasusagna (1944, c.)
Winner of the Honor Award in the 1944 Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona.

La Celestina, by Rego (2001 c.)
Lithograph with handcolouring by Charlotte Hodes, on Arches wove paper.
signed in pencil, numbered 11/17, there were also a few artist's proofs
published by the artist and Marlborough Graphics, London, printed by Paupers Press, London
Image: 710 x…

Engravings of Celestina of the Suite 347, by Picasso (1968)
66 engravings (click here to view) of the Suite or Series 347 indirectly inspired by La Celestina, although they do not represent any particular episode of the work. These engravings form part of a portfolio titled La Celestina within the Series 347…

Melibea's garden, by Pelayo (1986)
Other title: Le jardin de Melibée.

Lámina de La Celestina, de Pradal (1968)
8 x 18Lámina procedente de la obra:L erotismo in Spagna.1. Trasera: José Antolinez. La Magdalena Autor/es: Xavier Domingo Editorial: Sampietro Editore. Fecha Edición: 1968.

La Celestina, de Rothe (fecha desconocida)
Grabado Mezzotinto
Image Size: 11.75" x 17.50"
Paper Size: 15" x 22.50"

Celestina and her daughter in prison, by Murillo (Attributed, 1645, c.)
Described on the website El legado de Clio (www.ellegadodeclio.blogspot.com)where it is titled: Celestina and her daughter in prison.http://ellegadodeclio.blogspot.com/2017/02/pobres-y-picaros-en-la-espana-de-los.htmlArchived…

A Procuress and two Lovers, by Paret (1784)
Translated description from theNational PradoMuseum, Madrid, Spain.https://www.museodelprado.es/coleccion/obra-de-arte/la-celestina-y-los-enamorados/5199b371-b9aa-41b8-a181-175fec685a2f"The Celestine is represented holdingsideburnlessglasses, typical…

Mother Celestina in La pícara Justina, by López de Úbeda (1605)
Frontispiece of the book La pícara Justina (1605) containing an image identified as Mother Celestina. She is one of the passengers of the Ship of Life. She is wearing a cardinal hat and glasses. The frontispiece is inspired by the cover of La…

Celestina, by Picasso (1904)
Portrait of an old woman.

Full title/ Other titles: La Célestine (Carlota Valdivia), La femme à la taie

Calisto, Sempronio and Melibea, by Acedo (2008, c.)
Comment from the artist: "Another illustration from the unfortunate series La Celestina. Here we see Calisto and Sempronio speaking about Melibea."

Lucrecia, by Acedo (2010, c.)
Comment by the artist: "In this other drawing of La Celestinawe can see Lucrecia, Melibea's servant, showing off her beautiful blonde hair and a fresh breath thanks to the ointments that the "old whore" has provided in exchange for her will."

Celestina's Kitchen, by Acedo (2008, c.)
Comment by the artist: "This other drawing illustrates a fragment in which Pármeno describes Celestina's house to Calisto, specifically the room where she prepares her potions and spells."

Celestina, by Acedo (2008, c.)
Comment by the artist: "This series of illustrations belong an illustrated book about La Celestina that La Luna de Mérida editorial was going to publish. Unfortunately, the work has been suspended or postponed (without a fixed date) due to…

I am not a Penguin, by Acedo (2010, c.)
Comment by the artist: "At the end of October I finished illustrating La Celestinawith approximately 80 drawings, the project had stalled for various reasons. This time the publication was planned for February 2010. In this illustration I…

Lithograph inspired by La Celestina, by Vlady (1968)
Oil painting byVlady of the playLa Celestina interpreted by Amparo Villegas.

Young Women and Celestina on the Balcony (Majas y Celestina en el balcón), by Alenza y Nieto (1840 c.)
Note the procuress' enlightening, hook-shaped finger, as well as the handkerchief in the left hand of the seated woman who appears to be crying.

Celestina, by Gelabert (1850, c.)
Image in Celestinesca Vol. 23, Num. 1 & 2, p. 142.

Calisto, by Hoir (1943)
Drawing of Calisto, it seems to be done by a French edition, but presented in Celestinesca vol. 22, no. 2, without edition details.

"I am as beautiful as Melibea! The only thingbetter she has are fine clothes.", by Armstrong (2000, c.)
Illustration from the edition by Marcel Andrade made by G. Armstrong presented in Celestinesca vol. 11, no. 1.

"Get out of here, idiot. I have no patience for blunders",by Armstrong (2000, c.)
Illustration in the edition by Marcel Andrade, illustrated by G. Armstrong, in Celestinesca, vol. 11, no. 1, p. 50-52.

Celestina, by Vlady (1953)
Illustration in Vlady's typical style, presented in Celestinescavol. 17, no. 1.

Celestina, by Alfredo (1995, c.)
Illustration presented in Celestinescavol. 19, no. 1 & 2. Made by Alfredo, possibly as part of an artistic work for a specific edition.

Calisto and Celestina, by Lucebert (1979)
Other title: Calisto en Celestina

La Celestina, by Plá (1899)
Drawing in a literary journal by Cecilio Plá.

Celestina Knitting, by Picasso (1903)
Celestina can be seen as a weaver, one of the six trades she practices. On the left side, there is a young woman that brings her bread and possibly oil and wine in the amphora that she carries on her head.

Chestnut-selling Celestina, painting from Madrid, engraving from the magazine Blanco y Negro, by Méndez Bringa (1892)
Costumbrist engraving to accompany the article in which the character is identified as a celestina of that time period.

Celestine, by Pelayo (1970)
Translated transcription from the PDF, courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias, Spain.

"In the painting that concerns us now, the character of La Celestina appears to the right of the composition, with her bad arts she is addressing…

Fight between Celestina, Sempronio and Pármeno, bySegrelles and Enríquez de Navarra (1946, c.)
It is the same image used in the illustred edition:Valencia, 1946, for act XII

Maja and Celestina, by Goya(1824, c.)
A young woman appears in the center of the painting in the foreground. An old woman appears to the right in the background.

Celestina Dressing Melibea Post-Mortem, by Quiroz(1972)
Surrealistic painting in dark blue tones

La Celestina (cycle), by Ramírez Máro (2011)
Cycle of paintings inspired byLa Celestina. The author explores the themes of vanitas, the seven deadly sins, and impermance.

Celestina, various Botero paintings, (1998-2006)
Woman offered by matchmaker in Botero's typical style.

Celestina preparing her prey (Celestina preparando su presa), by Lucas Villaamil (19th century)
Old women surrounding a young, nude woman washing herself. Nude

Celestina, by Robert (1908)
Portrait from the American realist school.

Celestina, by Zuloaga (1906)
A naked woman contemplates herself in a mirror. In the background, there are two other women. One of them is probably a procuress teaching a pupil.