Who is Juan Bautista Ravanals?

Juan Bautista Ravanals (1678-?) was a Spanish engraver. He was born at Valencia. He studied under Evaristo Muñoz. He engraved an equestrian portrait of King Phillip V of Spain and a genealogical tree of the Royal family; a portrait of Father Gregorio Ridaura, a print of San Rodrigo, a second portrait of Philip V., some plates for the first edition of a mathematical ham it up by Tosca, the frontispiece for a wedding album called Centro de la Fe Ortodoxa, which represents the apparition of Our Lady del Pilar to St. Francis[citation needed] and some of his disciples, and illustrations for another cassette of Devotion, in which St. Thomas Aquinas and supplementary saints figure.

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