Antonio Nacarlo
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Jusepe de Ribera, drunken silenus, 1629 detail

Jusepe de Ribera, drunken silenus, 1629 detail

Jusepe de Ribera  Ecce Homo (ca. 1632-34)  "Say sweetly to your Saviour: O good Jesus, how swollen, bruised, and defiled with spittle do I behold Thy countenance! O my Love! why do I see Thee all covered with wounds?" - St. Paul of the Cross, Flowers of the Passion

Jusepe de Ribera Ecce Homo (ca. 1632-34) "Say sweetly to your Saviour: O good Jesus, how swollen, bruised, and defiled with spittle do I behold Thy countenance! O my Love! why do I see Thee all covered with wounds?" - St. Paul of the Cross, Flowers of the Passion

"Piscina" (Swimming Pool), Diapress, Milan, 1984, by Franco Fontana

"Piscina" (Swimming Pool), Diapress, Milan, 1984, by Franco Fontana

José de Ribera. Sileno ebrio. 1628.

José de Ribera. Sileno ebrio. 1628.

398. Gentileschi, Artemisia - Cristo e la samaritana al pozzo - 1637 ca. - Napoli, Museo di Capodimonte

398. Gentileschi, Artemisia - Cristo e la samaritana al pozzo - 1637 ca. - Napoli, Museo di Capodimonte

The Holy Family with the Infant St John the Baptist, Caravaggio — Bestarts.org

The Holy Family with the Infant St John the Baptist, Caravaggio — Bestarts.org

Saint Cecilia, Bernardo Cavallino (Italian (Neapolitan), 1622–1654), about 1645, 92.7 x 74.3 cm (36 1/2 x 29 1/4 in.); Oil on canvas | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Saint Cecilia, Bernardo Cavallino (Italian (Neapolitan), 1622–1654), about 1645, 92.7 x 74.3 cm (36 1/2 x 29 1/4 in.); Oil on canvas | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Cavallino Bernardo - Giuditta con la testa di Oloferne - particolare, sec. XVII.

Cavallino Bernardo - Giuditta con la testa di Oloferne - particolare, sec. XVII.

Aniello Falcone: Portrait of Masaniello (The Morgan Library & Museum)

Aniello Falcone: Portrait of Masaniello (The Morgan Library & Museum)

Cleopatra Massimo Stanzione - circa 1635  The State Hermitage Museum

Cleopatra Massimo Stanzione - circa 1635 The State Hermitage Museum