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Jusepe de Ribera (Lo Spagnoletto), The Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew, 1644

Triunfo de Baco. Cabeza de Dionisios.  José de Ribera, el Españoleto (1591-1652)

Jusepe de Ribera Head of Bacchus Fragment from “The Triumph of Bacchus” Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain The painting was damaged in the fire that destroyed the Royal Alcázar of Madrid, on Christmas Eve

José de Ribera: El olfato. La Colección Abelló en CentroCentro Cibeles, Madrid, otoño 2014.

A collection of one of Spain's most important art collectors will be on display in Dallas, Texas at the Medow's Museum (Gila Espinoza, This gives people a chance to see cultural painting.

via Alma Kuzma    Ribera, Jusepe de (Spanish painter and printmaker, baptized in 1591, died 1652, active in Italy)    Title The Hermit  1610 -1652  Material oil on canvas  Measurements 66.9 x 44.5 cm

via Alma Kuzma Ribera, Jusepe de (Spanish painter and printmaker, baptized in died active in Italy) Title The Hermit 1610 Material oil on canvas Measurements x cm

Adoración de los pastores by Bartolomé E. Murillo

Adoration of the Shepherds // Spain, Between 1646 and Murillo, Bartolome Esteban

Jusepe De Ribera  "An Old Money-Lender"  (1638) Museo del Prado, Madrid

Jusepe De Ribera An Old Money-Lender, , Museo del Prado, Madrid. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of An Old Money-Lender by Jusepe De Ribera.

Large Grotesque Head Jusepe de Ribera (called Lo Spagnoletto) 1622

Medium: Etching and engraving. Dimensions: Sheet: 8 × 5 in. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

José de Ribera. Sileno ebrio. 1628. Art History News: October 2012

The Drunken Silenus: the god is lying on the ground, holding his cup up for wine; Pan crowns him with wreath; head of an ass and two drunken putti to right, two satyrs peeping to left and a barrel beyond. 1628 Etching with engraving

Let us celebrate the great St Jerome whose Feast Day it is today! Jerome spent long years of his life in a little cave at Bethlehem, where Jesus had been born. There he prayed,.

When you study art history you learn to appreciate many types even if you don't necessarily like it. That's an important lesson to learn for many situations in life.

How to Look at Art

Comic Explains How To Look At Art Having trouble learning to appreciate art? Comic artist Grant Snider makes a simple, easily digestible comic that details how exactly one should look at art.

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