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Ribera

(Spanish riˈβera)
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(Biography) José de (xoˈse de) also called Jusepe de Ribera, Italian nickname Lo Spagnoletto (The Little Spaniard). 1591–1652, Spanish artist, living in Italy. His religious pictures often dwell on horrible suffering, presented in realistic detail
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Works by Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, Jusepe de Ribera and Franz von Stuck are at the stands of Artur Ramon Art, Galerie Canesso, and Paolo Antonacci respectively, while De Jonckheere impresses with a portrait-diptych of a bourgeois couple by the German Renaissance painter Bartholomeus Bruyn the Elder--the most celebrated painter in Cologne in the first half of the 16th century (Fig.
Impreso en Lima por Francisco Gomez Pastrana y dedicado al Conde de Chinchon, entonces Virrey del Peru, presenta una licencia otorgada por Jusepe de Caceres, secretario de la gobernacion de Lima, en la que se fija la tasa del libro en un real por cada pliego y se concede privilegios de manera exclusiva sobre el libro al autor.
The book concludes in brilliant fashion with a fascinating meditation on Jusepe de Ribera's astonishing painting Prometheus.
11) He may have drawn his inspiration from etchings by Rembrandt, or from a series of "wise men" painted by Jusepe de Ribera (Pedrocco, "Lorenzo Tiepolo" 20).
Los escribanos mas utilizados han sido los siguientes: Tomas de Rojas, Francisco de Galeas, Jusepe de Palomares, Pedro de Santander, Juan de Salinas, Manuel de Villagarcia, Esteban Garcia de Onate, Pedro de Alvarado, Gregorio Fernandez de Arrien, Pedro de Banos, Juan Lopez, Domingo Martin Crespo, Francisco Aguado, Juan Carreno, Juan de Talavera, Ventura Gomez y Sebastian Ruiz.
One striking example is "David and Goliath," a chalk drawing by the great 17th century painter Jusepe de Ribera.
Age is pitted against youth in Swing, in which an old man--bearded and clad in only a loincloth, resembling a Saint Jerome by Jusepe de Ribera--prepares to take an ax to a dead tree.
While Chagall also tinkers with models from Rembrandt and Jusepe de Ribera in this series, it is remarkable as Meyer Schapiro notes--how seldom the more than one hundred images in the suite make reference to any established iconography.
Its misadventures, chronicled in the plays of Lope de Vega and Calderon, also fueled the genius of Diego Velazquez, Francisco de Zurbaran, Jusepe de Ribera, and Bartolome Esteban Murillo.
The Collection includes work by Spanish Baroque painters Juan De Borgona, Jusepe de Ribera, Francisco de Zurburan, and Juan de Valdes Leak The collection also includes portraits by eighteenth-century French painters, Portrait of a Lady by Flemish painter Anthony van Dyck, a Venetian landscape by Canaletto; and Bartolome Esteban Murillo's Ecce Homo.
Made during Spain's Golden Age of Painting, this acquisition strengthens the Museum's collection of Spanish paintings, including two important earlier works from that era: El Greco's "Christ on the Cross" and Jusepe de Ribera's "A Philosopher.
4) Rozas adds that Lope's defensive posture arises partly from attacks by other poets, notably Jusepe de Pellicer (the "famoso comentarista de la obra de Gongora," as Carreno indicates [27n], to whom Lope had lost the position of royal chronicler only several years prior to writing this poem, in 1629).