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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

Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
Fuendetodos, Zaragoza (Spain), 30.3.1746 - Bordeaux (France), 16.4.1828
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
Fuendetodos, Zaragoza (Spain), 30.3.1746 - Bordeaux (France), 16.4.1828

Goya was born unexpectedly in his mother’s birthplace, Fuendetodos. His parents, Braulio José Goya, a gilder; and Gracia Lucientes, from a family of wealthy farmers, actually lived in Zaragoza, where they had married in 1736. Francisco was the fourth of six siblings: Rita (1737), Tomás (1739), who was also a gilder and is sometimes mentioned as a painter; Jacinta (1743), Mariano (1750), who died i

Bayeu, Francisco
Zaragoza, 1734 - Madrid, 1795
Bayeu, Francisco
Zaragoza, 1734 - Madrid, 1795

This Spanish painter began his studies in Zaragoza at the workshop of Bohemian painter Juan Andrés Merklein. He also studied drawing with José Luzán Martínez. In 1758, he obtained a two-year pension to study at the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid, although he quit after just two months following disagreements with professor Antonio González Veláquez. Bayeu then returned to his native city, where

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