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Spanish Baroque Painter

Francisco Ribalta was a Spanish Baroque painter, born in Solsona, Catalonia in 1565 and died in Valencia in 1628. He is best known for his religious paintings, particularly his depictions of the Virgin Mary and saints. Ribalta's style is characterized by its realism, attention to detail, and luminosity, and he is considered one of the leading painters of the Spanish Golden Age. He worked primarily in Valencia and his work can be seen in several churches and museums in the region, including the Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia.

Ribalta was a student of Jerónimo Jacinto de Espinosa and later worked in the workshop of his uncle, the painter Pedro de Campaña. He went on to establish his own workshop in Valencia, where he produced numerous altarpieces and religious paintings. Ribalta's work was highly regarded in his time and he was appointed painter to the chapel of the Cathedral of Valencia.

In addition to religious paintings, Ribalta also produced portraits and still life paintings. He was known for his ability to create a sense of depth and volume in his paintings, and his use of light to create a sense of drama and emotion. His work had a lasting impact on the development of Spanish painting and influenced later generations of artists.

Today, Ribalta's work is highly valued by art collectors and can be found in museums and private collections around the world. He is recognized as one of the great painters of the Spanish Baroque period and his work continues to be celebrated for its beauty, technical mastery, and spiritual intensity.

1 Francisco Ribalta Paintings

Christ Embracing Saint Bernard, c.1626 by Francisco Ribalta | Painting Reproduction

Christ Embracing Saint Bernard c.1626

Oil Painting
Canvas Print
SKU: RIF-15960
Francisco Ribalta
Original Size: 158 x 113 cm
Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain