Spanish Renaissance art was inspired by the Italian models
-Plateresque style: it combined Gothic and Renaissance decorative elements. Gothic forms were kept in the inside of the building, but the outside incorporated decorative motifs like coats of arms, medallions and pinnacles. The name comes from "work of a silversmith" because of its extensive decorations.
-Purist style: adopted Rennaisance elements in the building structure and enlarged the decorative elements.
-Herreriano style: took its from the architect Juan de Herrera. It is characterised by simple structures, slate roofs and bare decorations
The University of Salamanca is an example of Plateresque style
University of Salamanca
This is an example of a plateresque style architecture
Palace of Monterrey
This is an example of a purist style building
This is a example of an Herriano style construction.
The Sacrifice of Isaac
These was made by Alonso Berruguete one of the most famous sculptures of these style
The Entombent of Christ and Virgin of Anguish
The author of this sculpture was Juan de Juni another of the most famous sculptures of this style.