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José de Ribera

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Here the great painter José de ..., 30 Jan 2013 [cached]
Here the great painter José de Ribera « El Españoleto » was born. An artist who renders a noble worship to freedom and independence. In his beginnings he belonged to the Artistic Movement of the Mediterranean and Current Art of Valencia, but little by little he kept retreating from groups and influences that could influence his artistic requirements. He experienced abstraction, which contributed and facilitated chromatic, harmonic and aesthetic contributions to his work.
Great fan of music, at an early age he learned violin and piano which together with reading, fills his spaces of leisure. For this reason he has dedicated an important part of his work to music and its interpreters, with works where aesthetics and the expression imposes themselves.?
Spanish property site, 13 Jan 2012 [cached]
Birthplace of the painter José De Ribera, also known as El Españoleto, two Popes from the Borja Dynasty and the site of Europe's first ever paper mill in the XI century,Xativa/Jativa firmly marks its place in the history books.
A portrait of St. Bartholomew by ..., 15 Oct 2011 [cached]
A portrait of St. Bartholomew by Spanish painter Jose de Ribera, solemnly holding the knife with which he was flayed, takes us back to 16th century severity.
Home - Madrid Original - Private Guided Tours - Visitas guiadas privadas - Visites guidées privées, 7 May 2011 [cached]
Written sources used to say that the great Spanish painter José de Ribera was already famous in Rome before he established himself in Naples in 1616. But for a longtime, not a single painting of him was identified as having been produced during his Roman period.
::Artist Habitat :: Visual Arts Community::Fine Art Portal::, 14 June 2004 [cached]
The works of such 17th-century painters as Caravaggio, the Dutch genre painters, the Spanish painters José de Ribera, Diego Velázquez, and Francisco de Zurbarán, and the Le Nain brothers in France are realist in approach.
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