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In Modernity, the capacity for effortless knowing is denied, ignored, or misunderstood. As a result, the origin of all knowledge is taken as unaided human effort and activity. (essay by George Stanciu)

Jusepe de Ribera Saint Agnes in Prison Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden

Alma Kuzma  Jusepe de Ribera  St Andrew  1616-18  Oil on canvas, 111 x 93 cm  Private collection    This is an early painting by Ribera executed shortly after his arrival in Naples from Rome. Ribera's early style owes much to what the artist had learned from Caravaggio in Rome.

Jusepe de Ribera St Andrew Oil on canvas, 111 x 93 cm Private collection This is an early painting by Ribera executed shortly after his arrival in Naples from Rome. Ribera's early style owes much to what the artist had learned from Caravaggio in Rome.

via Alma Kuzma    Ribera, Jusepe de (Spanish painter and printmaker, baptized in 1591, died 1652, active in Italy)    Title The Hermit  1610 -1652  Material oil on canvas  Measurements 66.9 x 44.5 cm

via Alma Kuzma Ribera, Jusepe de (Spanish painter and printmaker, baptized in died active in Italy) Title The Hermit 1610 Material oil on canvas Measurements x cm

Jusepe De Ribera  "An Old Money-Lender"  (1638) Museo del Prado, Madrid

Jusepe De Ribera An Old Money-Lender, , Museo del Prado, Madrid. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of An Old Money-Lender by Jusepe De Ribera.

RIBERA. Magdalena penitente.  1641.Museo del Prado

Mary Magdalene or St. Thais in the Desert, - , individual art card

https://flic.kr/p/o47v9F | Saint Simon | c. 1630. Oil on canvas. 107 x 91 cm. Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid. P01091.

Jusepe de Ribera Diogenes (1630s) Diogenes of Sinope, one of the founders of Cynic philosophy, used to stroll about in full daylight with a lamp; when asked what he was doing, he would answer, “I am just looking for an honest man." Diogenes looked for a human being but reputedly found nothing but rascals and scoundrels.

When Neapolitan artist Jusepe de Ribera painted local celebrity Magdalena Ventura, he turned her from a freak into an almost supernaturally powerful assertion of individuality

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