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Jusepe de Ribera

Spanish painter and printmaker, active Italy

Brief biography, in most instances from the Union List of Artist Names® Online:
Ribera is considered one of the most important figures in European painting in the 17th century and the Counter-Reformation. He was Spanish, but spent nearly his entire career in Italy. He was initially influenced by followers of Caravaggio who were active in Rome; he later incorporated stylistic innovations of Venice and Flanders in his own highly personal compositions.

Artist ID number in the Union List of Artist Names®: ULAN 500008521.
The ULAN link above leads to a cataloging authority record at the Getty Research Institute.

Objects related to Jusepe de Ribera:

Jusepe de Ribera Saint Jerome and the Angel, ca. 1621 Etching on grey paper
Jusepe de Ribera St. Jerome Reading, ca. 1624 Etching
Jusepe de Ribera St. Jerome and the Angel with the Trumpet of the Last Judgment, ca. 1621 Etching
Jusepe de Ribera St. Peter, 17th century Etching and engraving
Jusepe de Ribera Head of a Man, 1622 Etching
Jusepe de Ribera The Poet, 17th century Etching
Attributed to Jusepe de Ribera The Lamentation of Christ, 17th century Etching
After Carlo Saraceni, attributed to Jusepe de Ribera Rest on the Flight into Egypt, 1620 Etching
William St. John Harper after Jusepe de Ribera St. Jerome, 1886 Drypoint on Asian wove paper
Prince Ruprecht after School of Jusepe de Ribera Head of the Executioner, 1662 Mezzotint and etching on laid paper
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