Luis Ricardo Falero, Duke of Labranzano, was a Spanish painter. He had some expertise in female nudes and legendary, oriental and dream settings. His most regular medium was oil on canvas. Falero was conceived in Granada and initially sought after a vocation in the Spanish Navy, yet surrendered it to his folks' failure. He strolled right to Paris, where he considered art, science, and mechanical building. The analyses that he needed to direct in the last two were so risky, nonetheless, that he chose to concentrate on painting alone. He was an understudy of Gabriel Ferrier. After Paris, he examined in London, where he in the long run settled.
Falero had a particular enthusiasm for space science and fused divine heavenly bodies into a large number of his works, for example, "The Marriage of a Comet" and "Twin Stars". His advantage and information on space science additionally drove him to show the works of Camille Flammarion. In 1896, the time of his demise, Maud Harvey sued Falero for paternity. The suit asserted that Falero lured Harvey when she was 17, first filling in as his housemaid, and afterward model. At the point when he found she was pregnant, he expelled her. She won the case and was granted five shillings for every week on the side of their youngster. Falero kicked the bucket at University College Hospital, London, at 45 years old.