Vergara, Juan De
Vergara, Juan de a Spanish artist, son and pupil of Nicolas, was born at Toledo about 1540. He was distinguished as a painter, sculptor, and architect, and assisted his father and brother in the execution of the glass paintings in the cathedral, which occupied about forty years. After his father's death he directed the Works in painting and sculpture in the cathedral. He was very intimate with El Mudo. He died in 1606. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.