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Juan Antonio Ribera Y Fernandez
Cincinnatus Leaving the Plough to Bring Law to Rome

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Juan Antonio Ribera Y Fernandez Cincinnatus Leaving the Plough to Bring Law to Rome
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Juan Antonio Ribera Y Fernandez

1779-1860 was a Spanish painter, born at Madrid. He first studied under Francisco Bayeu and enrolled into the Royal Academy of San Fernando, but afterwards went to Paris and become the pupil of Jacques-Louis David. There he painted his Cincinnatus which is now in the Prado Museum. In course of time he went to Rome, and in 1811 was appointed painter to Carlos IV and member of the Academy of St. Luke; and in 1820, honorary member of the Academy of San Fernando. In 1838 he was made professor, and two years afterwards Director of the Prado. He died at Madrid.   Related Paintings of Juan Antonio Ribera Y Fernandez :. | Woman with a Cat | Port of Soller | Arab or Arabic people and life. Orientalism oil paintings 544 | philip de laszlo | In the sauna |
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