DAC Collection Artist Information
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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