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The following images are associated with the early history of the Accademia di San Luca and with its members during the 16th and 17th centuries.

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Jusepe de Ribera
Saint Jerome Reading, c. 1624
etching with some engraving and drypoint on laid paper
National Gallery of Art, Washington
Gift of Philip and Judith Benedict
1997.88.4
Jusepe de Ribera
Small Grotesque Head, 1622
etching on laid paper
National Gallery of Art, Washington
Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund
2003.26.2
Attributed to Jusepe (de) Ribera
Saint Bartholomew, c. 1630
oil on canvas
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama
Jusepe (de) Ribera
A Greek Sage, c. 1630
oil on canvas
University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson
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Circle of Jusepe (de) Ribera
Saint Bartholomew, 1643
oil on canvas
El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
Jusepe (de) Ribera
Immaculate Conception, 1637
oil on canvas
Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina
Giovanni Battista Ricci
The Founding of Santa Maria Maggiore, date unknown
pen and brown ink with brown wash and white heightening over black chalk
National Gallery of Art, Washington
Julius S. Held Collection
1985.1.48
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Images:

  1. Jusepe de Ribera, Saint Jerome Reading, c. 1624, etching with some engraving and drypoint on laid paper, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Philip and Judith Benedict, 1997.88.4
  2. Jusepe de Ribera, Small Grotesque Head, 1622, etching on laid paper, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, 2003.26.2
  3. Attributed to Jusepe (de) Ribera, Saint Bartholomew, c. 1630, oil on canvas, Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama
  4. Jusepe (de) Ribera, A Greek Sage, c. 1630, oil on canvas, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson
  5. Circle of Jusepe (de) Ribera, Saint Bartholomew, 1643, oil on canvas, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
  6. Jusepe (de) Ribera, Immaculate Conception, 1637, oil on canvas, Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina
  7. Giovanni Battista Ricci, The Founding of Santa Maria Maggiore, date unknown, pen and brown ink with brown wash and white heightening over black chalk, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Julius S. Held Collection, 1985.1.48