was probably created near the end of the artist's Cretan period. The painting combines post-Byzantine and Italian mannerist stylistic and iconographic elements.
The icon, signed by El Greco ("Χείρ Δομήνιχου", Created by the hand of Doménicos), was painted in Candia on part of an old chest.
is a small-scale composition attributed to El Greco.
In the portrait of Clovio, friend and supporter in Rome of the young Cretan artist, the first evidence of El Greco's gifts as a portraitist are apparent.
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wrightsman 1978
was one of the nine paintings El Greco completed for the church of Santo Domingo el Antiguo in Toledo, his first commission in Spain.
is one of the most famous altarpieces of El Greco. El Greco's altarpieces are renowned for their dynamic compositions and startling innovations.
was part of a group of works created for the church "Santo Domingo el Antiguo".
now El Greco's best known work, illustrates a popular local legend. An exceptionally large painting, it is clearly divided into two zones: the heavenly above and the terrestrial below, brought together compositionally.
Purchase Joseph Pulitzer Bequest 1924
is one of the two surviving landscapes of Toledo painted by El Greco.
H. O. Havemeyer Collection Bequest of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer 1929
Portrait of Jorge Manuel Theotocopoulos (1600–1605, oil on canvas, 81 × 56 cm, Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes, Seville)
Rogers Fund 1905
Rogers Fund 19
Bequest of Stephen C. Clark 1960
Bequest of George Blumenthal 1941
has been suggested to be the prime source of inspiration for Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon.