Baroque and Rococo

 

Baroque and Rococo Art Map




 


Jusepe de Ribera
 



 

Jusepe de Ribera

(b Jativa, Valencia, bapt 17 Feb 1591; d Naples, 3 Sept 1652).

Spanish painter and printmaker, active in Italy. He was one of the most important figures in European painting in the 17th century and one of the major artists of the Counter-Reformation. Though Spanish, he spent his entire career in Italy, and his evolution reflected developments in Italian art at that time. His first works show the influence of northern followers of Caravaggio active in Rome. He subsequently incorporated elements of Venetian art and, in his last works, combined all the sensual and colourist opulence of both Venice and Flanders, creating new and highly personal compositions.



 


Calvary
1616-18
Oil on canvas
Patronato de Art, Osuna



 

 


Sense of Taste

1613-16
Oil on canvas, 117 x 88 cm
Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford


 


St Andrew

1630-32
Oil on canvas, 123 x 95 cm
Museo del Prado, Madrid



 

Archimedes

1630
Oil on canvas, 125 x 81 cm
Museo del Prado, Madrid



 

Martyrdom of St Philip

1639
Oil on canvas, 234 x 234 cm
Museo del Prado, Madrid



 

Magdalena Ventura with Her Husband and Son

1631
Oil on canvas, 196 x 127 cm
Museo Fondación Duque de Lerma, Toledo



 

The Duel of Isabella de Carazzi and Diambra de Pottinella

1636
Oil on canvas, 235 x 212 cm
Museo del Prado, Madrid



 

St Jerome

1637
Oil on canvas, 128,5 x 102 cm
Galleria Doria-Pamphili, Rome



 

St Jerome and the Angel
of the Last Judgement
1626
Oil on canvas, 262 x 164 cm
Museo e Galleria Nazionali di Capodimonte, Naples



 

The Martyrdom of St Andrew

1628
Oil on canvas, 209 x 183 cm
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest



 

St Sebastian Tended by the Holy Women

1621
Oil on canvas, 180,3 x 231,6 cm
Museo de Bellas Artes, Bilbao
 

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