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Ribera y Fernández, Juan Antonio
Madrid, 27.5.1779 - Madrid (Spain), 15.6.1860
Ribera y Fernández, Juan Antonio
Madrid, 27.5.1779 - Madrid (Spain), 15.6.1860

Ribera surpasses José de Madrazo and José Aparicio (1770-1838) of Alicante as the finest and most skilled of Spain's neoclassical painters, but he was overshadowed by his colleagues' greater projection and his humble personal character slowed his artistic career. A disciple of Francisco Bayeu (1734-1795) and religious image-maker, José Piquer—the father of the sculptor of the same name—Ribera won

Madrazo y Agudo, José de
Santander (Spain), 22.4.1781 - Madrid (Spain), 8.5.1859
Madrazo y Agudo, José de
Santander (Spain), 22.4.1781 - Madrid (Spain), 8.5.1859

As the founder of a line of outstanding 19th-century Spanish artists, José de Madrazo y Agudo is one of the great names in Spanish neoclassicism. His work, his preeminent position in Spanish society and his deep influence on many generations of painters trained at the Academy of San Fernando make him a fundamental figure of this period.After preliminary studies in Madrid with Gregorio Ferro (1742-

González Velázquez, Antonio
Madrid (Spain), 1723 - Madrid (Spain), 1794
González Velázquez, Antonio
Madrid (Spain), 1723 - Madrid (Spain), 1794

He was a Spanish painter and brother of fellow painters Luis and Alejandro. He studied drawing at the Preparatory Board of the San Fernando Academy. Afterwards, in 1746, he was awarded a scholarship to complete his training in Rome, in the workshop of Corrado Giaquinto. In 1748, this master and his assistant undertook the important project of decorating the church of la Santa Trinidad de los Españ

Carnicero, Antonio
Salamanca (Spain), 1748 - Madrid (Spain), 1814
Carnicero, Antonio
Salamanca (Spain), 1748 - Madrid (Spain), 1814

The son of Baroque sculptor Alejandro Carnicero, he is best known for genre scenes and series of engraved illustrations although he was also a very interesting miniaturist. After entering the Academy of San Fernando at the age of ten, he accompanied his brother, Isidro, to Rome, where he remained for six years, winning various art contests. Following his return to Spain he completed his training

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