Juan Bautista de Toledo, Juan de Herrera
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The Escorial, at near Madrid, Spain, 1562 to 1584.|
(Herrerab. 1530; d. 1567)
Juan Buatista de Toldeo was a Spaniard who studied in Rome with Michelangelo Buonarroti before being recalled to Spain by Phillip II. His major work was the palace of the Escorial, begun by him in 1563, and finished after his death by Juan de Herrera, who became the favorite architect of Phillip II.
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