SOLÓRZANO, Martín de
Spanish architect, member of a dynasty of stonemasons in Cantabria, brother of Bartolomé de Solórzano (active 1466-1509). He worked in the so-called Hispano-Flemish style of artists such as Juan Guas or Simón de Colonia, prevalent in Spain in the last decades of the fifteenth and first decade of the sixteenth century.
His completed work is the Church of San Tomás in Ávila. In 1496 he began the Cathedral of Coria.