1779, May 271860, Jun 15
a Spanish painter. Ribera was born in Madrid, and a student of Francisco Bayeu y SubĂ­as, and probably had occasion to meet Francisco Goya. He participated in 1802 in the annual competition of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando with a copy of Raphael's Pasmo de Sicilia. He won a prize, which allowed him to be awarded a scholarship in Paris where he worked in the studio of Jacques-Louis David, where he produced his notable Cincinnatus leaving the plow to make laws to Rome.
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