Dr. Emilio Quintanilla Martínez
graduatein Geography and History (Art Section) from the University of Seville, and PhD in History from the University of Navarre, is Adjunct Professorof departmentof History of Art, and has been teaching since 1987 the subjectof History of Spanish Art in the high schoolof languageand Spanish Culture of the Schoolof Philosophyand Letters. He has also taught teachingat the Schoolof Information Sciences and Geography and History at the University of Navarre; at the Camón Aznar Museum in Zaragoza, at the Society of programs of studyBasques and, above all, from 1991 to the present, at the Caja Navarra Foundation, in the Courses of Humanities, of which he is also director.
His researchhas been oriented in several directions. On the one hand, Heritage Protection, the fruit of which is his book La Comisión de Monumentos Históricos y Artísticos de Navarra ( 1995) topicon which his doctoral thesis was based; on the other, Art Didactics, which has been reflected in the publication of several manuals on this subject subjectand the book Para ver y para hablar (1998), in partnershipwith Dr. Mª Victoria Romero, as well as the book Para ver y para hablar (1998), in collaboration with Dr. Mª Victoria Romero, in addition to the book Para ver y para hablar (1998), in collaboration with Dr. Mª Victoria Romero. Mª Victoria Romero, as well as numerous art critiques and exhibition didactics; the Art of leaveExtremadura, on which she has published numerous articles and the book El convento del Carmen de sourcede Cantos 1652-2002 ( 2002); the History and Art of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre in Spain, and, at partnershipwith Dr. Wifredo Rincón García, the History and Art of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre in Spain, and, at with Dr. Wifredo Rincón García, the History and Art of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre in Spain. Wifredo Rincón García, the iconography of the Spanish Saints, forming part of different projects of researchin the committeeSuperior de Investigaciones Científicas, the latest result of which has been the publication of the work Iconografía de San Ildefonso, arzobispo de Toledo (2005).
He has curated several exhibitions such as "The Order of the Holy Sepulchre in Spain. 900 years of history", held at the Palacio de Sástago in Zaragoza in 1999, and "Mater Purissima. The Immaculate Conception in the Art of the Diocese of Tarazona", in the Collegiate Church of Santa María de Calatayud in 2005, among others.
He is board member de Artes Plásticas del Ateneo Navarro, founder and president of the associationde Amigos del Museo de Navarra; Delegate in Navarra of the Centre of programs of studyof the Order of the Holy Sepulchre, Member of the Real y Excma. Sociedad Económica Aragonesa de Amigos del País, of the Asociaciones Madrileña and Nacional de Críticos de Arte, advisorde Patrimonio del Orfeón Pamplonés and corresponding Academician in Navarra of the Real Academia de Bellas y Nobles Artes de San Luis de Zaragoza.