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Diego Ribera de Toledo         
Diego Ribera de Toledo (died 6 February 1543) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Segovia (1511–1543) and Bishop of Mallorca (1507–1508).Catholic Hierarchy: "Bishop Diego Ribera de Toledo" retrieved January 17, 2016
Jusepe de Ribera         
  • ''Clubfooted Boy'', 1642, oil on canvas, 164 x 94 cm. [[Louvre]]
  • ''Kitchen with Goat's Head'', 1650, [[Museo di Capodimonte]]
  • Land under Spanish rule in the life of Jusepe de Ribera (1591–1652): Játiva, ''birth 1591''; Valencia, ''purported apprenticeship with Francisco Ribalta''; Parma, ''first documented painting 1611''; Rome, ''lived ca. 1612-1616''; Naples, ''lived 1616–1652 and death''
  • Galleria nazionale d'arte antica]]
  • ''Magdalena Ventura with Her Husband and Son'', "''Bearded Lady''", 1631, Fundación Casa Ducal de Medinaceli
  • ''[[Apollo]] and [[Marsyas]]'', 1637, 182 x 232 cm., [[National Museum of San Martino]]
  • ''Saint Peter and Saint Paul'', ca. 1616, oil on canvas, 126 x 112 cm., [[Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg]]
José de Ribera; Jusepe Ribera; Jose Ribera; Jose de Ribera; Giuseppe Ribera; Spagnoletto; José Ribera; Little Spaniard; The Little Spaniard; Jose De Ribera; Josep de Ribera; Giuseppe di Ribera; Spanjolet
Jusepe de Ribera (; 17 February 1591 (bap.)2 September 1652) was a Spanish Tenebrist painter and printmaker, also known as José de Ribera and Josep de Ribera.
Nicolás de Ribera         
Nicolás de Rivera; Nicolas de Ribera
Nicolás de Ribera, El Viejo (Olvera, Spain, 1487 – Lima, 1563) was a Spanish conquistador and the first mayor of Lima.Leon, P.