El Greco was considered the architect of the Spanish Renaissance, blending his Greek heritage with his Italian homeland, and Spanish emigration. The SegPlayPC™ pattern set for El Greco contains 25 patterns created from his most well known paintings filled with elongated figures and iconic symbols. There are many portraits of Popes, Cardinals, a Friar, Antonio Covarrubias, Julije Klovic, an unknown Lady, and a self portrait. Also included are his numerous religious interpretations (The Spoliation, The Holy Family, Annunciation, Via Crucis, Saint John the Evangelist, Apostles Peter and Paul, and the Repentant Peter), and a landscape (View of Toledo).

Patterns Included In This Set:


Self Portrait

Portrait of Julije Klovic

Assumption of the Virgin


Burial of Count Orgaz

The Spoliation

View of Toledo


The Opening of the Fifth Seal

Portrait of Jorge Manuel Theotocopoulos

Antonio Covarrubias


The Holy Family

The Knight with His Hand on His Breast

St. Martin and the Beggar


The Repentant Peter

Portrait of a Cardinal

Portrait of Pope Pius V


Portrait eines Edelmanns

Portrait of Dominican Friar

Portrait of Giulio Clovio




Saint Ildefonso


Portrait of a Lady

Saint John the Evangelist

Apostles Peter and Paul


Via Crucis

This set is available at our Segmation Store and requires an authorized version of
SegPlay® PC to be already installed on your machine.

Of few artists can it be said with more meaning that he was ahead of his time than El Greco (1541 - 1614). The Greek artist, who completed his most important commissions in the Spanish city of Toledo, employed elements of Mannerism, of the Venetian Renaissance and of a unique form of color and caricature that laid a foundation that was later built on by the Expressionists and Cubists.

El Greco, whose name means "The Greek" was born Domenicos Theotokopoulos in 1541 on the island of Cre

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