Jacques de Gheyn II (Netherlandish, 1565–1629). Study of Eleven Heads, late 16th–early 17th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, Rita and Frits Markus Fund, and Charles and Jessie Price Gift, 2006 (2006.101) #mustache #movember
Democritus, 1630s. José de Ribera (1591 – 1652) Spanish painter.
Fra (Guido di Pietro) Angelico (Italian, ca. 1395–1455) ~ A Dominican Friar (Petrus de Cruce?) and a Companion below the Dragon's Tower ~ ca.1417-20 ~ Pen and brush with brown ink, on parchment ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art ~ This illustration is one of two from the same roll that may be attributed to the young Fra Angelico, both being markedly distinct in figural style and technique. The image might refer to the tower where, according to popular belief, the dragon's victims awaited their…
Man with a Skull, Jusepe de Ribera (1591–1652), Museums Sheffield
Jusepe de Ribera, Saint Irene, red chalk heightened with white. One of my favorites. I spent many hours studying it and copying it. Amazing!
Etching St. Jerome Reading about 1624 Jusepe de Ribera, Spanish (active in Italy), 1591–1652
Read about Poets, Lovers, and Heroes in Italian Mythological Prints in this Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History essay. | Barbari, Jacopo de' (Italian, active by 1497–died by 1516). Apollo and Diana, ca. 1500–1505. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1920 (20.92.2)
Jusepe de Ribera Self portrait
Jusepe de Ribera, lo Spagnoletto (Valencia 1591-1652 Naples). Head of a man with growths on his neck, in profile to the left, pen and brown ink, 25.1 x 16.5 cm.