Spanish Artists from the Fourth to the Twentieth Century: A Critical Dictionary

Ribera, José (or Josef, or Jusepe) de

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Alternate Cucó, José Ribera*
Alternate Espagnolet
Alternate Españoleto, El
Alternate Ribera
Alternate Ribera Cucó, José
Alternate Ribera, el (or il) Españoleto, José (or Jusepe) de
Alternate Ribera, Giuseppe (de)
Alternate Ribera, Juan José de
Alternate Ribera, lo Spagnoletto, José (or Giuseppe, or Jusepe) (de)
Alternate Rivera, José de
Alternate Spagnoletto, El (or Lo)
L.C. NameRibera, Jusepe de, 1591-1652
MediaPainter and printmaker
NotesBorn in Játiva; for most of his career, worked in Naples where he died.
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CreatedDOI |D 1994 09 27 |T 15:11:04
CreatedMLEWIN |D 1998 04 20 |T 13:55:39
Bibliographic Sources
Alcahalí, 1897, pp.266, 272 (José Ribera, bapt.1588-m.1652). source
Aldana Fernández, 1970 (José Ribera). source
Angulo Iñiguez, 1971, p.95. source
Bénézit, 1976 (Josef or Jusèpe de Ribera l'Espagnolet, 1588-1656). source
Benito [Doménech], 1992, p.11 (also as El Spagnoletto). source
Benito Doménech, Ribera, 1991, title page, pp.15, 21, 180 (Ribera, or José Ribera, called El Españoleto). source
Brown, 1991, p.179 (Jusepe de Ribera, called Lo Spagnoletto). source
Camón Aznar, 1978, pp.103, 128 (n.1591-doc.1648). source
Ceán Bermúdez, 1800 (Josef or Jusepe de Ribera, 1588-1656). source
Felton, 1971, v.1, pp.7, 48 (Jusepe de Ribera, bapt.1591-m.1652). source
Historia del arte valenciano, v.4, 1989, pp.120, 122 (also as José de Ribera el Españoleto, or José Ribera Cucó). source
Library of Congress (also as Espagnolet, or Españoleto, or Josef Ribera, or Jusepe de Ribera, or Jusepe Ribera lo Spagnoletto, or José de Rivera, or Spagnoletto, 1588?-1652). source
London, National Gallery [cat.], 1986, p.529 (Jusepe de Ribera lo Spagnoletto, 1591?-1652). source
London, Witt, 1978 (Jusepe or Giuseppe or José Ribera, or Lo Spagnoletto, n.c.1590-m.1652). source
Madrid, Prado [cat.], 1985, p.547 (also as Jusepe de Ribera il Españoleto). source
Mayer, 1942, pp.287-288, 301-302 (also as Jusepe de Ribera, Lo Spagnoletto, n.1591(?)-op.1652). source
Munich, Alte Pinakothek [cat.], 1963, v.1, p.157 (Jusepe or Giuseppe or José de Ribera, or Lo Spagnoletto). source
Naples, Castel Sant'Elmo [exh.], 1992, title page (Jusepe de Ribera). source
New York, MMA [cat.], 1980, v.1, p.154 (Jusepe Ribera). source
New York, MMA [exh.], 1992, title page (Jusepe de Ribera). source
Palomino, Vidas, [1724] ed.1986, pp.138, 141-142 (op.1628-m.c.1656, with editor's annotation of 1591-1652). source
Paris, Louvre [cat.], 1981, p.122 (Jusepe de Ribera). source
Pérez Sánchez, 1992, pp.175, 185. source
Pérez Sánchez, Arte, 1985, p.296 (n.1592-op.1652). source
San Sebastián, Sala de Exposiciones de Kutxa [exh.], 1993, pp.18-19, 84 (Ribera, or José or Juan José de Ribera). source
Seville, Museo de Bellas Artes [cat.], 1991, v.2, p.260. source
Thieme-Becker, v.28, 1934 (Jusepe or Giuseppe or José de Ribera, Lo Spagnoletto, n.c.1590-m.1652). source