José de Ibarra

1685-1756 Mexico/Baroque

 

Brief Biography-José de Ibarra was born in San Miguel El Grande Oaxaca. He painted mostly religious subject for the churches of Mexico; however, he also excelled in portraiture. Ibarra painted several portraits of people referred to as 'Mestizo', people of Spanish and Native American descent, and 'mulatto'; a derogatory term once used to describe people of black and white parents or half-bloods. He was a 'Black Mexican', and officially a Spaniard. He was a disciple of Juan Correa and influenced by Juan Rodríguez Juárez and Cristóbal de Villalpando.

 

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castizo and spaniard
produce spaniard

castizo and spaniard produce spaniard

christ
of ixmiquilpan

 christ of ixmiquilpan


divine shepherd

divine shepherd

ibarra by miguel
rudecindo contreras

ibarra by miguel rudecindo contreras

mestizo and spaniard
produce castizo

mestizo and spaniard produce castizo


otomi indians

otomi indians

our lady of
guadalupe

our lady of guadalupe

saint bernardino of
siena healing sick

saint bernardino of siena healing sick

spaniard and indian
produce mestizo

spaniard and indian produce mestizo


spaniard and mulatta

spaniard and mulatta

viceroy juan antonio
vizarron y eguiarreta

viceroy juan antonio vizarron y eguiarreta

viceroy of new spain
pedro de cebrian

viceroy of new spain pedro de cebrian y agustin

virgin of the
apocalypse

virgin of the apocalypse


saint joseph

saint joseph


painfull

painfull


garden of eden

garden of eden

coronation of saint
joseph

coronation of saint joseph