[riuh-bair-uh, ‐vair-; Spanish ree-v-rah]
- José de [hoh-zey duh; Spanish haw-se th e] /hoʊˈzeɪ də; Spanish hɔˈsɛ ðɛ/, Jusepe de RiberaLo Spagnoletto, 1588–1652, Spanish printmaker and painter active in Naples.
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“Their grandmother never goes 24 hours without checking in with them when she travels,” Ribera said in a statement.Katherine Jackson Missing: Family Staged Intervention
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Ribera was fond of depicting just such odious and frightful subjects.Over the Teacups
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My father was the Corporal Luco, whom you have seen so devoted to the Ribera family.The Bee Hunters
Ribera's character is charged like a thunder-cloud with dramatic elements.The Poems of Emma Lazarus
This latter town was the birthplace of Ribera, and, as some say, of Alexander Borgia.Southern Spain
"Well," said Ribera, extending his hand, for embraces were little to his taste.The Patriot
- José de (xoˈse de) also called Jusepe de Ribera, Italian nickname Lo Spagnoletto (The Little Spaniard). 1591–1652, Spanish artist, living in Italy. His religious pictures often dwell on horrible suffering, presented in realistic detail
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