In between Quevedo’s sculptorical poetry, the sonnets dedicated to the statues of Philip III and Charles V (núms. 211-212 and 214) forms a very significant triptych of art and politics which opens El Parnaso español: this work examines the construction of the poems, the managed artistic ideas and some intertextual relations with one Statius’ silva (for the first couple of poems) and the Tratado de las estatuas antiguas by Villalta (for the third one), among other winks to Quevedo’s works.

Reyes de bronce: tres poemas escultóricos de Quevedo

Adrián J. Sáez
2017

Abstract

In between Quevedo’s sculptorical poetry, the sonnets dedicated to the statues of Philip III and Charles V (núms. 211-212 and 214) forms a very significant triptych of art and politics which opens El Parnaso español: this work examines the construction of the poems, the managed artistic ideas and some intertextual relations with one Statius’ silva (for the first couple of poems) and the Tratado de las estatuas antiguas by Villalta (for the third one), among other winks to Quevedo’s works.
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