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|Illustration No.||1  |
|Illustrator||Vicente Barneto y Vázquez (after Manuel García y García Hispaleto)|
|Title Caption||EL ENTIERRO DEL PASTOR GRISÓSTOMO (DE HISPALETO)|
|Part||Part I, Madrid 1605|
14.1 Episode of Grisóstomo and Marcela, continuation
14.2 Grisóstomo´s song
14.3 Marcela’s appearance and speech
14.4 Burial of Grisóstomo
Wood engraving or Xylography
|Color||Black and white|
|Page Number||f.p. 102|
|Image Dimension||177 x 250|
|Page Dimension||210 x 312|
|Commentary||Composition divided in two parts:
Above, Marcela's appearance.
Underneath, Grisóstomo's corpse surrounded by shephers; Vivaldo holding a paper with Grisóstomo's song; Ambrosio pointing to Marcela; don Quixote mounted on Rocinante and Sancho with his donkey, both looking at Marcela.
The illustration is acceptable as a whole, but quite bad in some details (notice the faces of some shepherds and other details).
|Notes||1 - Río y Rico reads the engraver's signature as "Cabot", but it should be read as "Caba"; it appears much clearer in "... Y A PUÑO CERRADO LE COMENZÓ Á DAR TANTOS GOLPES..." (vol. I, f.p. 364).
2 - Copied after Manuel García y García "Hispaleto"'s painting; he was awarded with a third medal at the National Exposition of Fine Arts of Madrid in 1862.