From East to West
1 – 8 December 2017
Preview: 30 november

LONDON ART WEEK

From East to West
1 – 8 Diciembre 2017
Avance: 30 noviembre

Great masters of ancient painting.

Abraham Busschop

Agustin Ritt

Ambrosius Benson

Carlo Dolci

Cornelis de Heem

Gaspar Verbruggen

Jean Baptiste Bosschaert

Juan de Arellano

Juan Valdés Leal

Maestro de Parrot

Michel Bouillon

Peter Oets

Great Masters of all times.

Adelardo Covarsi

Adrian Isenbrant

Antonio de Pereda

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Arcadio Mas

Francisco Masriera

Giovanni Battista Cimaroli

Juan Antonio Escalante

Juan Martín Cabezalero

Karl Marko

Leonardo Coccorante

Nicolás Antonio de la Cuadra

Pablo Gonzalvo

Pedro Machuca

Pedro Pruna

Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta

Vicente Palmaroli

Classical Teachers Painting of always.

Adrian Isenbrant

Pieter Coeck Van Aelst

Francesco da Castello

Abraham Janssens

Jan Fyt

Juan Valdés Leal

Giovanni Ghisolfi

Luca Giordano

Cornelis de Heem

Melchior de Hondecoeter

Pietro Navarra

Leonardo Coccorante

Giovanni Paolo Panini

Manuel Barrón

Juan Jorge de Peoli

Víctor Weishaupt

Antonio Fabres y Costa

José Benlliure y Gil

Luis Graner y Arrufi

Julio Vila Prades

Fernando Álvarez de Sotomayor

Emilio Poydalmau y Soito

Valentín de Zubiaurre

Drawings for a collection (16th to 20th century).

Polidoro da Caravaggio

Carlo Maratta

Gian Paolo Panini

Corrado Giaquinto

José Camarón y Boronat

Francisco Alcántara

Jacques François Swebach-Desfontaines

Daniel Perea y Rojas

Francisco Domingo Marqués

José Cusachs y Cusachs

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida

Benjamín Palencia

Tsogouharu Foujita

Eclecticism for a collection. Art from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century.

Juan de Anchieta

Vicent Sellaer

Massimo Stanzione

Clara Peters

Juan de Alfaro

Pietro Montani

Jan Weenix

Antonio Calza

Giuseppe Crespi

Frai Emmanuel Boil

Joseph Ritter

Auguste Joseph Carrier

Francisco Cabral Bejarano

Martín Rico y Ortega

José José Jiménez Aranda

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Antonio Muñoz Degrain

Manuel García Rodríguez

Roberto Domingo Fallola

Le gouache Napolitane. Lord James Wardie Collection.

23 vistas de Nápoles del siglo XIX realizadas en gouache sobre papel.

Masters of Color.

Giuseppe Canella El Viejo

Jenaro Pérez Villaamil

Ignacio León y Escosura

Luis Álvarez Catalá

Manuel Domínguez y Sánchez

Federico Jiménez Fernández

Ramón Padró Peret

Eugenio Oliva

José Frappa

Rafael Senet Pérez

Manuel Ramírez Ibáñez

Eduardo León Garrido

Antonio Reyna

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Joaquín Luque Roselló

Ulpiano Checa Sanz

Ricardo López Cabrera

Carlos Vázquez Úbeda

Ricardo Verde Rubio

Roberto Domingo Fallola

Michiel Cocxie

Bernardino Campi

Paolo Porpora

Genaro Greco Mascacotta,

Pietro Bardellino

Ingenuity made art. Proposals for a collection.

Joos Van Cleve

Giuseppe Bonito

Lacroix de Marseille

Giuseppe Recco

Gasparo López

Passion for art.

Damian Forment

Bartolomé Pérez

Giuseppe Vicenzino

Luca Giordano

Miguel Parra

Vincenzo Cerri

Salvador Viniegra

Between Baroque and Neoclassicism. Singular pieces for three centuries of art in Europe.

Frans Francken El Joven

Giusto Le Court

Hieronimus Janssens

Gasparo López

Carlo Amalfi

Angelika Kauffmann

Abraham Louis –Rodolphe Ducros

Francesco Gallo.

The sculpture in Europe. Beauty in three dimensions. Sculptures from the XIII to the XX centuries.

Juan de Anchieta

Giovanni Bonazza

Bernardo Falconi

Lorenzo Haili

Joseph Chinard

Adamo Tadolini

Mario Pelletti

An eternal inheritance Caprichos, vases, figures and still lifes for today’s collector.

Juan José Carpio

Leonardo Coccorante

Carlo Lodi

Ncola Bertuzzi

Norbert Grund

Louis Auguste Brun de Versoix

Alejandro de Loarte

Mario dei Fiori

Giovanni Stanchi

Niccolo Malinconico

Giovanni Castelli Lo Spadino

Gasparo Lopez

Françios Frederic Grobon

Dieric Bouts

Leandro Bassano

Palma El Joven

Angelo Caroselli

Giovanni Salvi Il Sassoferrato

Luca Giordano

Diversity in Art Hard stones, Plaster, Sculpture and Painting.

Manufacturas del Gran Ducado de Florencia

Carlo Gibertoni

Francesco Picano

Belén Napolitano

José de Ribera “El Españoleto”

Giovan Battista Beinaschi

Bernardo Lorente Germán

Ignacio Stern

Concha Barrios and 19th century painting. (1978-1988).

Agustín Riancho Gómez

Ángel Lezcano Monedero

Antonio Casanova Estorach

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Arcadio Mas Fontdevila

Aureliano Beruete

Carlos de Haes

Daniel Hernández Morillo

Darío de Regoyos

Eduardo León Garrido

Eliseo Meifrén

Emilio Álvarez Díaz

Emilio Sánchez Perrier

Enrique Atalaya González

Enrique Martínez-Cubells

Eustaquio Marín Ramos

Federico Jiménez Fernández

Federico Latorre Rodrigo

Francisco Díaz Carreño

Francisco Domingo Marqués

Francisco Hohenleiter y de Castro

Francisco Miralles Galaup

Francisco Pradilla

Gabriel Puig Roda

Gonzalo Bilbao

Guillermo Gómez Gil

Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa

Ignacio León Escosura

Ignacio Pinazo Camarlech

Ignacio Zuloaga

Joan Brull Viñolas

Joaquín Agrasot

Joaquín Pallares Allustante

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida

John Phillips

José Bardasano

José Benlliure y Gil

José Cruz Herrera

José Cusachs y Cusachs

José Díaz Valera

José Gallegos Arnosa

José García Ramos

José Jiménez Aranda

José Llaneces

José Lupiáñez Carrasco

José Miralles Darmanin

José Morillo

José Navarro Llorens

José Nin y Tudó

José Pinazo Martínez

José Pinello Llull

José Rico Cejudo

José Sanz Arizmendi

José Villegas y Cordero

Juan Martínez Abades

Juan Pablo Salinas

Julio Romero de Torres

Julio Vila Prades

Laureano Barrau Buñol

Manuel Burrón Carrillo

Manuel García Rodríguez

Manuel Prieto Jiménez-Aranda

Manuel Ramos Artal

Mariano Alonso Pérez Villagrosa

Mariano Barbasán Lagueruela

Martín Rico y Ortega

Matías Moreno

Rafael Hidalgo Gutiérrez de Caviedes

Rafael Senet Pérez

Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta

Roberto Domingo Fallola

Román Ribera Cirera

Salvador Sánchez Barbudo

Santiago Rusiñol

Ulpiano Checa

Valentín de Zubiaurre

Vicenta de Paredes

The school of Rome. (Spanish painters of the nineteenth century).

Alonso Pérez y Villagrosa

Baldomero Galofre

Eduardo León Garrido

Enrique Atalaya

Francisco Díaz Carreño

Francisco Domingo Marqués

Francisco Pradilla y Ortiz

Puig Roda

Guillermo Gómez Gil

Ignacio León y Escosura

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Manuel Jiménez Prieto

Manuel Ramírez

Raimundo de Madrazo

The great masters of the nineteenth century.

Agustín Riancho

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Eduardo León Garrido

Federico Jiménez Fernández

Francisco Miralles y Galaup

Guillermo Gómez Gil

Díaz Varela

Morillo

José Gallegos y Arnosa

José García y Ramos

José Lupìáñez, José Villegas y Cordero

Juan Pablo Salinas

Luque Roselló

Manuel Prieto

Jiménez Aranda

Mariano Alonso Pérez y Villagrosa

Matías Moreno

Robert Kemm

Roberto Domingo Fallola

The school of Rome. (Spanish painters of the nineteenth century).

Alonso Pérez y Villagrosa

Baldomero Galofre

Eduardo León Garrido

Enrique Atalaya

Francisco Díaz Carreño

Francisco Domingo Marqués

Francisco Pradilla y Ortiz

  1. Puig Roda

Guillermo Gómez Gil

Ignacio León y Escosura

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Manuel Jiménez Prieto

Manuel Ramírez

Raimundo de Madrazo

Last acquisitions.

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Vicente de Paredes

Antonio Fabres y Costa

José Denis

Juan Antonio Vera y Calvo

Manuel García y Rodríguez

Francisco Miralles y Galaup

Modesto Urgell e Inglada

Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta

Enrique Martínez Cubells

Francisco Pradilla y Ortiz

José Benlliure y Gil

Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench

Mariano Barbasán Laguerela

Carlos de Haes

Last acquisitions.

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Martín Rico y Ortega

Julio Romero de Torres

Gonzalo Bilbao

Rafael Senet

Vicente Mota y Morales

José Villegas y Cordero

Arcadio Mas y Fondevila

José Cusachs y Cusachs

Aureliano de Beruete

José García y Ramos

Francisco Miralles y Galaup

Valentín de Zubiaurre

Joaquín Pillares y Allustante

Roberto Domingo Fallola

Antonio Reyna

Eduardo León Garrido

Ángel Lizcano

Spring exhibition.

Arturo Calosci

Cecilio Plá y Gallardo

Eduardo Chicharro

Eduardo León Garrido

Enrique Atalaya

Enrique Martínez Cubells

Francisco de Paula Díaz Carreño

Joaquín Sorolla

José Benlliure Gil

José Gallegos Arnosa

José García Ramos

José Mongrell Torrent

Manuel García Rodríguez

Manuel Pícolo y López

Manuel Ramos Artal

Mariano Barbasán Lagueruela

Martín Rico

Máximo Judería

Néstor de la Torre

Reyna Manescau

Salvador Sánchez-Barbudo

Ulpiano Checa

Vicenta de Paredes

Eliseo Meifrén. Works for a collection.

Eliseo Meifrén

Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa

Joaquín Mir

Francisco Pradilla Ortiz

Ramón Casas

Ulpiano Checa Sanz

José Amat

Segundo Matilla

Benjamín Palencia

Spanish painting of the nineteenth century. Works for a collection.

Luis Álvarez Catalá

Fernando Álvarez de Sotomayor

José Bardasano

José Benlliure

Claudio Castelducho

José Cusachs y Cusachs

Néstor de la Torre

Manuel Domínguez

José García Ramos

Manuel García Rodríguez

Francisco Gimeno

Luis Graner

Máximo Judería

Ignacio León Escosura

Eduardo León Garrido

José Masriera

Cecilio Plá y Gallardo

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Agustín Riancho

Eduardo Zamacois

Ramón de Zubiaurre

The Spanish school in Rome and Paris. 19th and 20th centuries. Pompeyans, orientalists, vedutistas and preciosistas.

Daniel Hernández Morillo

Antonio Reyna

Martín Rico

Vicente Palmaroli

Blas Olleros y Quintana

Alberto Pla y Rubio

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Salvador Sánchez Barbudo

Jules Worms

Pierre François Eugene Giraud

Eliseo Meifrén

Ricardo Arredondo

Julio Borell Plá

Federico Corchón y Diaque

Rafael Romero Barros

José García Chicano

Ramón Martí Alsina

José Nin y Tudó

Domingo Muñoz Cuesta

Vicente Rodes y Ariés

Spring Exhibition. Portraits, customs and landscapes in the XIX – XX centuries.

Michelangelo Maestri

Gonsalvo Carelli

Eugenio Lucas Velázquez

Joaquín Agrasot y Juan

Raimundo de Madrazo Garreta

Ricardo de los Ríos

José Villegas y Cordero

José Olivo Rodrigo

Eduardo León Garrido

Daniel Hernández Morillo

Manuel Alcázar Ruiz

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Paul Jean Gervais

Agustín Salinas y Teruel

Cecilio Pla y Gallardo

Manuel García y Rodríguez

Alex de Andreis

Julio Borrell Pla

Ángel Zárraga

Joaquín Terruella Matilla

Benjamín Palencia

Emilio Grau Sala

Jorge O.W. Apperley

Juan de Sevilla

Julio Cesar Procaccini

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Gaspar Pieter Verbruggen II

Pareja de Garrafas de Mayólica de Venecia

Garrafa de Mayólica de Venecia

Escuela Flamenca

Pareja de Consolas Napolitanas

Conjunto de Sillería de Lucca

Mesa de Centro Napolitana

Mesa de Centro Toscana

Pequeña Cómoda Lombardo-Veneciana

Denis Sebastien Leroy

Martín Rico y Ortega

Escritorio de Piacenza

Importante Piano di Scagliola ( S.XVII)

Di Carlo Gibertoni

Angelica Kauffmann

Giusto Le Court (atrib)

Frans Francken El Joven

Pareja de Butacas Toscanas

Escribanía de Plata

Escritorio Napolitano

Escribanía Rusa

Escuela Italiana

Academia Napolitana

Eliseo Meifrén

Barcelona 1859 – 1940

Paisaje Marino

Escuela Italiana. Busto de Mármol

Escuela Napolitana. Grupo de figuras

Leonardo Coccorante

Dos Pequeñas Cómodas Sicilianas

Pareja de Secretaires Sicilianos

Espejo de Chimenea Siciliano

Sebastiano Conca (atrib.)

Jacob Desmalter. Cómoda

Ignacio Stern

Trumó Turinés

Consola Siciliana

Domingo Muñoz Cuesta

José Cruz Herrera

Joaquín Terruella Matilla

Ulpiano Checa

Salvador Viniegra

Ismael Gómez de la Serna

Jorge O. W. Apperley

Joaquín Agrasot

Manuel Ramírez Ibáñez

Luis Graner Arrufi

Luis Feito

Vicente Palmaroli

Eliseo Meifrén

Rafael Durancamps

Antonio Reyna

José Oliva Rodrigo

Mariano Obiols Delgado

Daniel Hernández

Joaquín Luque Rosello

Román Ribera

Rafael Canogar

Rene Portocarrero

Farreras

Adami

José García Rodríguez

Rafael Senet

F. del Campo

Carlos Vázquez

R. López Cabrera

Antoni Clavé

Rafael Mompó

Eduardo Chillida

Manuel Rivera

Francisco Bores

José Mª Sicilia

Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta

(Eibar, 1870 – Madrid, 1945)

“Amazona”

Fairs inaugurations

Exhibitions and Stands

Concha Barrios started in the art world forty years ago. She opened her first gallery in Claudio Coello Street, Madrid, in 1977, specializing in Old Masters and 19th c. Paintings, fields where she has been able to delve into the authorship and authenticity of the works, contributing to the enrichment of private and intitutional collections.

In 1994 she opened a new gallery in Naples under the name of Artemisia, associating with her husband, Claudio Brandi, a neapolitan antiques dealer specialised in Decorative Arts. From a prestigious dealers family with four generations of experience, Claudio Brandi has developed through the years a taste for excellence than can only be achieved through a continuous research for the best materials, the best aesthetic values and authentic author’s signatures.

For more than a decade Concha Barrios Gallery, without abandoning its specialty in Occidental Art, discovers new horizons with the introduction of Colonial Art and Oriental Art, which are related to the cultural exchange between Spain and its colonies.

Concha Barrios, tireless traveler to provide the best unprecedented pieces to her clients, combines her incessant activity as dealer throughout the world, with other works such as those carried out in the Antiques Dealers Association of Madrid, where she acted as Vice President and Chairperson.

The Gallery has participated in some of the most important national and international fairs, such as TEFAF (Maastricht), TEFAF (Basel), BIENNALE INTERNAZIONALE DELL’ANTIQUARIATO (Milan), MOSTRA INTERNAZIONALE DELL’ANTIQUARIATO (Florence ), The SALON DU COLLECTIONNEUR (Paris), the IFAE (Palm Beach, Miami, USA), FERIARTE (Madrid) etc.

Institutional Acquisitions

Works of art from Concha Barrios Gallery have been acquired by the following museums:

– Museo de América
– Palacio Real de Madrid
– Museo de Artes Decorativas de Madrid
– Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba
– Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias González Martí
– Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, Bélgica
Museo de Trento, Italia

Concha Barrios
Claudio Brandi

Juan Luna y Novicio

Badoc, Philippines, 1857 – Hong-Kong, 1899

Female Academy

Pencil on paper

24 x 15,5 cm

Signed

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Félix Resurrección Hidalgo y Padilla

Manila, Philippines, 1855-Barcelona 1913

Philippine landscape

Charcoal on paper

13,6 x 22,6 cm

Signed

Provenance: Spain, private collection

José María Velasco Gómez

Mexico 1840 – 1912

Flora de México

Pencil on paper

10,9 x 17,4 cm.

Signed and dated

Provenance: stamp from the Gonzalo Obregon’s collection.

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Madrid, 1871 – Rome, 1946

Seated lady

Oil on panel

26,5 x 16,6 cm.

Signed: “Pablo Salinas, Roma”

Provenance: Italia, private collection

Rafael Romero Barros

Rafael Romero Barros

Moguer, 1832 – Cordoba, 1895

Bible scene

Oil on canvas

69,5 x 102 cm

Signed and dated: “Rafael Romero, 1861”

Provenance: España, private collection

Masriera

Francisco Masriera y Manovens

Barcelona, 1842 – 1902

Neoclassical Scene

Oil on canvas

66 x 96 cm

Signed and dated: “F. Masriera/1894”

Provenance: England, private collection

Attrib. Paolo de Matteis

Piano de Cilento, Salerno, 1662 – Naples, 1728

Reading Virgin

Reverse glass oil painting

19,5 x 23 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Italian School

Rest during the flight into Egypt

17 th c.

Reverse glass oil painting

41,5 x 53 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Flemish School

Crucifixion

16 th c.

Oil on panel

76 x 50 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Ciro Ferri

Rome, 1634 – 1689

Christ and the Samaritan woman at the well

Oil on canvas

72 x 54 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Giovanni Battista Castello, called “Il Genovese”

Genoa, 1547 – 1637

The stoning of Saint Stephen

Tempera and gold on parchment

25 x 18 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Paolo de Matteis

Piano de Cilento, Salerno, 1662 – Naples, 1728

Sainte Anne, Saint Joachim y the Virgin

Oil on canvas

122 x 156 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Italian School

Ecce Homo

c. 1550

Oil on copper

29 x 23,5 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Viviano Codazzi

Valsassina, 1604 – Rome 1672

Domenico Giargiulo, called “Mico Spadaro”

Naples, 1609 – 1675

Capriccio with Christ and the adulterous woman

Oil on canvas

94,3 x 121,7 cm

Provenance:

Colección Banco Urquijo, Madrid, 1982

Colección Banco Central Hispano, Madrid, 1992

Colección Banco Santander Central Hispano, Madrid, 2006

CAB-Codazzi

Viviano Codazzi

Superb architectural painting: Codazzi and Spadaro, Italy, 17th c.

CAB-ECCE-HOMO2

Italian School

Exceptional Mannerist Ecce Homo, Italy, 16th c. oil on copper

CAB-PAOLO-DE-MATTEIS

Paolo de Matteis

Impressive oval painting: Paolo de Matteis, Naples, 17th c.

CAB-CASTELLO

Giovanni Battista Castello, called “Il Genovese”

Detailed tempera on parchment: Il Genovese, Italy, 16th c.

CAB-ESCUELA-FLAMENCA

Flemish School

Unusual oil on panel with Crucifixion, Flemish School, 16th c.

PRO-DESCANSO

Italian School

Rare reverse glass painting with Flight into Egypt, Italy, 17th c.

CAB-Paolo-de-Matteis-Sotto-Vetro

Atrib. Paolo de Matteis

Fine reverse glass painting with Reading Virgin, Italy, 17th c.

Masriera

Francisco Masriera y Manovens

Spectacular painting with classic scene: Masriera, Barcelona, 1842-1902

Rafael Romero Barros

Rafael Romero Barros

Landscape with Bible Scene: Romero Barros, Andalusia, 1842-1902

CAB-PABLO-SALINAS

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Refined painting with Seated Lady: Juan Pablo Salinas, 1871-1946

CAB-Jose-Maria-Velasco

José María Velasco Gómez

Interesting botanical drawing: Velasco Gómez, Mexico 1840 – 1912

CAB-Felix-Resurreccion-Hidalgo

Félix Resurrección Hidalgo y Padilla

Pretty Landscape drawing: Resurrección Hidalgo, Philippines, 19th c.

CAB-Juan-Luna-y-Novicio

Juan Luna and Novicio

Fine Female Academy drawing: Luna y Novicio, Philippines, 19th c.

Vanitas Marfil Grande

Spanish School

Vanitas

18th c.

Carved ivory

H. 8 cm

Provenance:  España, private collection

Filippo Galassi (atrib.)

Filippo Galassi (attrib.)

Monteleone di Spoleto 1685 – Roma 1757

Madonna col Bambino

c. 1750

Repoussé chiseled silver and ormolu  bronze plaque

39 x 28 cm

Presepe Coral Conchiglie

Sicilian School

Creche

19th c.

Terracotta, coral, shells, etc.

40 x 60 x 60 cm

Provenance: Italy, private collection

Auzoux Modelo Anatómico

Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux

Saint-Aubin-d’Écrosville, 1797 – Paris 1880

Detachable anatomical model  of a head

Paper-mâché

18 x 13 x 7 cm.

Provenance:  Spain, private collection

Auzoux Modelo Anatómico

Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux

Saint-Aubin-d’Écrosville, 1797 – Paris 1880

Detachable anatomical model of a head

Paper-mâché

45,5 x 28 x 11 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Lorenzo Mosca Presepe

Lorenzo Mosca (attrib.)

Active in Naples from 1760 to 1780

Nativity with Madonna, San Giuseppe, Bambino, zampognano, ox and mule

Terracotta, wood, tow, wire, vitreous paste and textile

110 x 75 x 50 cm

Provenance: Italy, private collection

José de Mora

José de Mora

Baza, 1642 – Granada, 1724

Virgen de la Soledad

Polychrome carved wood

glued textile

54 x 58 x 34 cm

Cesare Lapini

Florence, 1848- ¿?

Bust of a woman with mantilla and fan

Carved whit

Cesare Lapini

Florence, 1848- ¿?

Bust of a woman with mantilla and fan

Carved white marble

72 x 44 cm

Signed and dated in 1888

Provenance: Spain, private collection

e marble

72 x 44 cm

Signed and dated in 1888

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Tipa’s workshop (attrib.)

Immaculate Conception

Sicily

18th c.

Carved ivory figures, mother of pearl and wooden structure

H. 60 cm

Provenance:  Spain, private collection

Granada School

Virgin

17th c.

Polychrome carved wood

86 x 64 x 40 cm.

Provenance:  Spain, private collection

José Montes de Oca

Seville, 1668? – 1754

Saint Joseph with Child

Polychrome carved wood

Cane in chiseled silver

87 x 34 x 36 cm

Provenance:  Spain, private collection

Spanish Royal Upholstery Factory

Attrib. Ramón Lletget

Fireplace Screen with mythological scenes

Carlos IV Period, c. 1800

“Églomise” glass with mirror on the reverse

Structure in mahogany with ormolu bronze mounts

110,5 x 73 x 25,5 cm

Provenance: Spanish Royal Family

Collection of Dña. Isabel de Borbón y Borbón, “La Chata”

Spanish School

Vanitas

18th c.

Carved ivory skull on wooden base with blazon

11 X 5,5 X 15,5 cm.

Provenance: Italy, private collection

Spanish School

Virgin with Child

16th c.

Polychrome carved wood

69 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Spanish School

Archangel Saint Raphael

17th c.

Polychrome carved wood

73 x 30 x 25 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection.

Neapolitan School

Creche dancing Shepherd

18th c.

“Academia” in terracotta

27,5 cm

Provenance: Italy, private collection

Neapolitan School

Creche Shepherd

18th c.

Terracotta, carved wood, glass paste eyes, tow and textile

54 cm

Provenance: Italy, private collection

Neapolitan School

Creche

18th c.

Terracotta, carved wood, glass paste eyes,

Tow, wire and textiles.

120 x 100 x 80 cm.

20 figures

Provenance: Italy, private collection.

Nicola Fumo

Saragnano, Salerno, 1647 – ¿?, 1725

Assumption of the Virgin

Spain

17th c.

Polychrome carved wood

100 x 40 x 40 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection

PRO-Nicola-Fumo

Nicola Fumo

Important polychrome sculpture of Assumption: Fumo, Spain, 17th c.

PRO-Belen-Napolitano

Neapolitan School

Extraordinary 20 figures crèche , Naples, 18th c. Terracotta and wood

PRO-Academia-Napolitana

Neapolitan School

Pretty dancing figure for crèche, Naples, 18th c. academia in Terracotta

PRO-Arcangel-San-Rafael

Spanish School

Excellent sculpture of Saint Raphael, Spain, 17th c. polychrome wood

PRO-VIRGEN-CON-NINO

Spanish School

Beautiful sculpture of Virgin with Child, Spain, 16th c. polychrome wood

PRO-Vanitas-Marfil

Spanish School

Rare carved ivory Vanitas, 18th c. wooden base with blazon

PRO-Pantalla-Eglomise

Spanish Royal Upholstery Factory

Important eglomise screen, Royal Factory: Attrib. Lletget. c.1800

PRO-Montes-de-Oca

José Montes de Oca

Sublime sculpture, St.Joseph with Child: Montes de Oca, Seville, 17th c.

PRO-Virgen-Granada

Granada School

Impressive sculpture of Virgin, Granada, 17th c. polychrome wood

PRO-TALLER-DE-LOS-TIPA

Tipa’s workshop (attrib.)

Exceptional Immacolate in carved ivory: Attrib. Tipa, Sicily, 18th c.

PRO-Cesare-Lapini

Cesare Lapini

Pretty femenin bust in carved marble: Lapini, Florence, 1888

José de Mora

José de Mora

Magnificent bust of the Virgin by Jose de Mora, Granada, 1642 – 1727

Lorenzo Mosca Presepe

Lorenzo Mosca Presepe (attrib.)

Impressive high size and quality Creche, Naples, 18th c.

Auzoux Modelo Anatómico

Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux

Interesting detachable and big anatomical model, france, 19th c.

Auzoux Modelo Anatómico

Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux

Curious anatomical model in paper mache, france, 19th c.

Presepe Coral Conchiglie

Sicilian School

Rare creche in terracotta, shells and coral, Sicily, 19th c.

Filippo Galassi (atrib.)

Filippo Galassi (attrib.)

Magnificent plaque in silver and ormolu bronze with Madonna and Bambino, attrib. Galassi, Rome, c. 1750.

Vanitas Marfil Grande

Spanish School

Interesting 18th c. Vanitas in carved ivory

San Gregorio

Hispano – Philippine School

Saint Gregory

17th c.

Polychrome carved wood

78 x 27 x 27 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Niño Hispano - Filipino

Hispano Philippine School

Child Jesus

Philippines

17th c.

Polychrome carved ivory

High. 15 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Pair of palanquin hooks

Khmer (Cambodia), Bayon  Style

Angkor Period, 13th c.

Bronze

H. 40 cm.

Provenance: Belgium, private collection

Buddha

Burma

18th c.

Carved and lacquered marble.

90 cm.

Provenance: Belgium, private collection

PRO-Buda-Birmania

Buddha

Impressive Buddha, Burma, 18th c. carved and lacquered marble

PRO-Ganchos-Palanquin

Pair of palanquin hooks

Interesting pair of palanquín hooks, Cambodia, 13th c. bronze

Niño Hispano - Filipino

Hispano Philippine School

Very beautiful Hispano – Philippine Child Jesus in carved ivory, 17th c.

San Gregorio

Hispano – Philippine School

Interesting Saint Gregory figure, polychrome wood, Philippines, 17th c.

Dignatario Ceilán

Sinhalese School

Dignitary figure

Ceylon

Kingdom of Kandy, circa 1700

Carved Ivory

High. 32 cm.

Provenance: England, private collection

Processional Palanquin

with dignitary, bearers and escorts

India

19th c.

Carved ivory

9 x 20,5 x 9 cm.

Provenance: Portugal, private collection

Hacha Bhuj

Bhuj Axe

Sindh,  now Pakistan

19th c.

Ornate gold decorated shaft and hilt

Steel blade with silver inlaids

Scabbard in gold and green velvet

Long: 62,50 cm.

Provenance: United States, private collection

Daga Jambiya

Jambiya Dagger

Kutch, India

19th c.

Copper-gilt scabbard and hilt with embossed floral decoration

Steel blade

Long: 34,5 cm.

Provenance: United States, private collection

Indo – Portuguese School

Reliquary

Front: Saint Stephen kneels before a Franciscan.

Back: Tied Christ carried by a Franciscan

Goa, India

17th c.

Reliquary in silver and glass, inside a carved ivory plaque.

11 x 8 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Indo – Portuguese School 50

Crucified Christ

Goa, India

17th c.

Carved ivory, traces of polychromy

Cross in ebony and embossed silver

Christ: 50 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection

Indo – Portuguese School

Crucified Christ

Goa, India

17th c.

Polychrome carved ivory

H. 32 cm.

Provenance: Belgium, private collection

Contador Cingalo Portugués

Cabinet

Ceylon

16th – 17th c.

Ivory – veneered teak wood

Gilt metal mounts

27,5 x 35,5 x 22,5 cm.

Provenance: Portugal, private collection

Contador Cingalo Portugués

Cabinet

Important cingalo-portuguese cabinet, 16th c. carved ivory

PRO-Crucificado-Indo-Portugues-01

Indo – Portuguese School

Exceptional indo-Portuguese crucified, 17th c. carved polychrome ivory

PRO-Crucificado-Indo-Portugues

Indo – Portuguese School

Large indo-Portuguese crucified, 17th c. carved ivory

PRO-Relicario-ANVERSO

Indo – Portuguese School

Rare indo-Portuguese reliquary, Goa, 17th c. carved ivory

Daga Jambiya

Jambiya Dagger

Fine jambiya dagger, India, 19th c. embossed gilt copper and steel

Hacha Bhuj

Bhuj Axe

Extraordinary Bhuj Axe, 19th c. gold and Steel with silver inlaids

PRO-Palanquin-

Processional Palanquin

Curious palanquin group, India, 19th c. carved ivory

Dignatario Ceilán

Sinhalese School

Important big dignitary figure in ivory, Kandy, Ceylon, c. 1700

Libation Cup

Dehua, China

18th c.

“Blanc de Chine” porcelain

8,5 x 13,5 cm.

Provenance: France, private collection

Shou - Lao

Shou – Lao

China

Ming Dynasty, 1638-1644

Carved Ivory

13 cm.

Provenance: England, private collection

Vista topográfica de “Praya Grande”

Topographical view of “Praya Grande”

Macao, China

Early 19th c.

Oil on canvas

41.5 x 81 cm

Provenance: Portugal, private collection

Abanico Zhang Pengchong

Zhang Pengchong

1688 – 1745

Landscape with tree and mountains

Ink and watercolour on fan leaf in paper

Inscribed and signed by the artist

Seal: Nan Hua San Xian

Wide: 52,5 cm.

Provenance: France, private collection

Pair of octogonal vases

Arita, Japan

Edo Period, 17th c.

Blue and white porcelain

H. 97 cm.

Provenance: Belgium, private collection

Attrib. Tingqua, Guan Lianchang

Canton, 1809 – 1870

Group of four floral scenes

c.1850

Gouache on paper

22,5 x 33 cm. approx.

Provenance: England, private collection

Attrib. Puqua

Active in China, late 18th c.

Group of ten genre scenes

Gouache on paper

22,5 x 33 cm. approx.

Provenance: England, private collection

Fan

China

Qing Dynasty, 19th c.

Ink and watercolor on paper

Long: 31 cm

Provenance: France, private collection

Fan

China

Qing Dynasty, dated in 1856

Inscription: “Bingchen”

Ink and watercolor on paper

Long: 30,7 cm

Provenance: France, private collection

Box

China

19th c.

Embossed and chiseled silver

7 x 12 x 8,5 cm

Provenance: France, private collection

Box with cover

China

19th c.

Cover in carved jade and wooden box

7,5 x 12 cm.

Provenance: England, private collection.

Brushpot

China

19th c.

Carved agate

H. 12 cm

Provenance: England, private collection

Brushwasher

China

19th c.

Carved agate

4 x 14,7 cm

Provenance: England, private collection

Group of Immortals

Dehua, China

Qianlong Period (1711 – 1799)

“Blanc de Chine” porcelain

H. 21 cm.

Provenance: England, private collection.

Guanyin

Dehua, China

Qianlong Period (1711 – 1799)

“Blanc de Chine” porcelain

H. 30 cm.

Provenance: United States, private collection.

Large Jardiniere

China

Ming Dynasty, early 17th c.

Turquoise enamelled ceramic

48 x 90,5 cm.

Provenance: France, private collection.

Dignitary

China

Jiaqing Period (1796-1820)

“Coral Ground” and “Famille Verte” porcelain

H. 54 cm.

Provenance: Belgium, private collection.

Cuenco

China

Época Yongzheng (1722 – 1735)

Porcelana “Famille Rose”

D. 15 cm.

Provenance: Inglaterra, Stodel Collection

Teapot with dish

China

Yongzheng Period (1722 – 1735)

“Famille Rose” porcelain

H. 12 cm

Provenance: Belgium, private collection

Pair of rhomboidal vases

China

Jiaqing Period (1796-1820)

“Famille Rose” porcelain decorated with Mandarin Scenes

34 x 18 x 11 cm

Provenance: Portugal, private collection

Baluster Vase

China

Qing Dynasty, 17th c.

Patinated bronze

H. 55 cm.

Apocryphal Zhengde Six Character Mark.

Provenance: France, private collection.

Pair of Jues

China

Kangxi Period, (1654 – 1722)

Gilt and chiseled bronze

H. 9,8 cm.

Empress Fu Shou‘s medallion on reserve

Provenance: England private collection.

Avalokiteshvara

Sino – Tibetan  work

Ming Dynasty, 15th – 16th c.

Gilt and chiseled bronze

H. 21 cm.

Provenance: The Jeannette Claude Jongen

collection of Buddhist Art.

PRO-Avalokiteshvara

Avalokiteshvara

Impressive Avalokitesvara, Tibet, Ming 大明, gilt bronze

PRO-JARRON-ABALAUSTRADO

Baluster Vase

Elegant baluster vase, China, 17th c, bronze, Zhengde mark

PRO-PAREJA-DE-JUES

Pair of Jues

Rare pair of Jues, China, Kangxi, 康熙, gilt bronze

PRO-PAREJA-JARRONES-ROMBOIDALES

Pair of rhomboidal vases

Pair of vases, China, Jiaqing 嘉帝, Mandarin scenes porcelain

PRO-TETERA-CON-PLATO

Teapot with dish

Fine teapot with dish, China, Yongzheng雍正帝, Famille Rose porcelain

PRO-CUENCO

Bowl

Extraordinary bowl, China, Yongzheng雍正帝, Famille Rose porcelain

PRO-DIGNATARIO

Dignitary

Impressive dignitario, China, Jiaqing嘉帝, Coral Ground porcelain

PRO-JARDINERA

Large Jardiniere

Large jardiniere, China, Ming 大明, turquoise enamelled ceramic

PRO-GUANYIN

Guanyin

Fine Guanyin, China, Qianlong乾隆, Blanc de Chine porcelain

PRO-INMORTALES

Group of Immortals

Immortals Group, China, Qianlong乾隆, Blanc de Chine porcelain

PRO-BRUSHWASHER

Brushwasher

Beautiful brushwasher, China, 19th c. carved agate

PRO-CAJA-JADE

Box with cover

Pretty box, China, 19th c. cover in carved jade

PRO-CAJA-PLATA

Box

Extraordinary box, China, 19th c. embossed and chiseled silver

PRO-Abanico-Guanyin

Fan

High quality fan with Guanyin, China, 1856, watercolor on paper

PRO-Abanico-Dignatarios

Fan

Beautiful fan with dignitaries, China, 19th c. watercolor on paper

CAB-ACUARELAS

Atrib. Puqua

Interesting genre gouaches: attrib. Puqua, China 18th c.

CAB-4-ESCENAS-FLORALES

Atrib. Tingqua, Guan Lianchang

Colorful floral gouaches; attrib. Tingqua, Canton, 18th c.

PRO-PAREJA-JARRONES-ARITA

Pair of octogonal vases

Large pair of vases, Arita, Japan, Edo, Blue and White porcelain.

Abanico Zhang Pengchong

Zhang Pengchong

Fine drawing on fan by Zhang Pengchong, Qianlong period乾隆

Vista topográfica de “Praya Grande”

Topographical view of “Praya Grande”

Very interesting canvas with the view of Macao, China, early 19th c.

Shou - Lao

Shou – Lao

Magnificent Ming Dynasty大明Shou-Lao in carved ivory

CUA-COPA-LIBACION-DEHUA

Dehua libation Cup

Rare libation cup in Blanc de Chine porcelaine, Dehua, 18th c.

Arqueta Mexico

Chest

Virreinato de Nueva España, Mexico

c. 1700

Tortoiseshell and engraved silver

13 x 15,5 x 9,5 cm.

Provenance: Portugal, private collection.

Caja cuero colonial

Box

Peru

17th – 18th c.

Embossed leather with wooden interior

16 x 34 x 50 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection.

Mexican School

Resurrected Christ

17th c.

Polychrome carved wood

H. 49,5 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection.

Circle of Albert Eckhout

Portrait of a boy

Brazil

17th c.

Oil on copper

10,3 x 8,8 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection.

Cup with cover in pomegranate shape

San Juan de Pasto, Colombia

17th c.

Carved wood with floral decoration in Barniz de Pasto

H. 25 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection.

Cup with cover in pomegranate shape

San Juan de Pasto, Colombia

17th c.

Carved wood with blazon  and floral decoration in Barniz de Pasto

H. 29 cm

Provenance: Spain, private collection.

Chest

Virreinato de Nueva España, Mexico

c. 1700

Tortoiseshell and engraved silver

13 x 15,5 x 9,5 cm.

Provenance: Portugal, private collection.

Leonardo Jaramillo

active from 1619 to 1643

Crucifixion

Peru

Early 17th c.

Oil on copper

30 x 22,5 cm.

Provenance: Spain, private collection.

PRO-ARQUETA-PEQUENA

Chest

Colonial chest, Mexico, c. 1700, tortoiseshell and silver

PRO-COPA-PEQUE

Cup with cover in pomegranate shape

Rare colonial cup, Colombia, 17th c. barniz de pasto

PRO-COPA-GRANDE

Cup with cover in pomegranate shape

Rare colonial cup, Colombia, 17th c. barniz de pasto

CAB-CIRCULO-ECKHOUT

Circle of Albert Eckhout

Interesting boy portrait: c. Albert Eckhout, Brazil, 17th c.

PRO-CRISTO-RESUCITADO

Mexican School

Fine colonial Resurrected Christ sculpture, Mexico 17thc.

Caja cuero colonial

Box

Beautiful colonial box, Peru, 17th c, embossed leather

Arqueta Mexico

Chest

Superb colonial big chest, Mexico, c. 1700, tortoiseshell and silver

Vanitas Marfil Grande

Escuela Española

Vanitas

S. XVIII

Marfil tallado

Alt. 8 cm.

Provenance:  España, colección particular.

Filippo Galassi (atrib.)

Filippo Galassi (atrib.)

Monteleone di Spoleto 1685 – Roma 1757

Madonna col Bambino

c. 1750

Placa de plata repujada y cincelada

Marco de bronce dorado al mercurio

39 x 28 cm

Fan

China

Qing Dynasty, 19th c.

Ink and watercolor on paper

Long: 31 cm.

Provenance: France, private collection

Arqueta Mexico

Arqueta

Virreinato de Nueva España, México

1700

Carey y plata cincelada

15 x 19 x 10,8 cm.

Provenance: Portugal, colección particular

San Gregorio

Escuela Hispano – Filipina

San Gregorio

S. XVII

Madera tallada y policromada.

78 x 27 x 27 cm.

Provenance: España, colección particular

Niño Hispano - Filipino

Escuela Hispano – Filipino

Niño Jesús

Filipinas

S.XVII

Marfil tallado y policromado

Alt. 15 cm.

Provenance: España, colección particular

Dignatario Ceilán

Escuela Cingalesa

Figura de Dignatario

Ceilán

Reino de Kandy, circa 1700

Marfil tallado

Alt. 32 cm.

Provenance: Inglaterra, colección particular

Presepe Coral Conchiglie

Escuela siciliana

Nacimiento

S. XIX

Terracotta, coral, conchiglie, etc.

40 x 60 x 60 cm

Provenance:  Italia, colección particular

Auzoux Modelo Anatómico

Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux

Saint-Aubin-d’Écrosville, 1797 – París 1880

Modelo anatómico desmontable de cabeza.

Papier Maché

18 x 13 x 7 cm.

Provenance: España, colección particular

Auzoux Modelo Anatómico

Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux

Saint-Aubin-d’Écrosville, 1797 – París 1880

Modelo anatómico desmontable de cabeza.

Papier Maché

45,5 x 28 x 11 cm

Provenance: España, colección particular

Lorenzo Mosca Presepe

Lorenzo Mosca (atrib.) 

Activo en Nápoles de 1760 a 1780

Natividad con Madonna, San Giuseppe, Bambino,

zampognano, buey y mula.

Terracotta, madera, estopa, alambre,

pasta vítrea y tejido

110 x 75 x 50 cm

Provenance: Italia, colección particular.

José de Mora

José de Mora

Baza, 1642 – Granada, 1724

Virgen de la Soledad                              

Madera tallada y policromada,
tela encolada

54 x 58 x 34 cm

Copa de Libación

Dehua, China

S.XVIII

Porcelana “Blanc de Chine”

8,5 x 13,5 cm.

Provenance: Francia, colección particular

Shou - Lao

Shou – Lao

China

Dinastía Ming, 1638 – 1644

Marfil tallado

Alt. 13 cm.

Provenance: Inglaterra, colección particular

Vista topográfica de “Praya Grande”

Vista topográfica de “Praya Grande”

Macao, China

Pps. S.XIX

Óleo sobre lienzo

41,5 x 81 cm.

Provenance: Portugal, colección particular

Abanico Zhang Pengchong

 Zhang Pengchong

1688 – 1745

Paisaje con árbol y montañas

Tinta y acuarela sobre hoja de abanico de papel

Inscrito y firmado por el artista

Sello: Nan Hua San Xian

Largo: 52,5 cm.

Provenance: Francia, colección particular

Bernardo Falcone

doc. desde 1657 a 1696

Pareja de Amorcillos

Mármol de Carrara

Alt. 77 cm

Firmados: BF.F

Giovanni Bonazza

Venecia, 1654 – Padua, 1736

Pareja de Ángeles Adorantes

Mármol de Carrara

68 x 35 x 38 cm

66,5 x 36 x 36 cm

Giusto Le Court

Ypres, Flandes, 1627 – Venecia 1679

El Agua y la Tierra

Mármol blanco estatuario

Alt. 50 cm

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Julio Vila Prades

Laureano Barrau Buñol

Manuel Burrón Carrillo

Manuel García Rodríguez

Manuel Prieto Jiménez-Aranda

Manuel Ramos Artal

Mariano Alonso Pérez Villagrosa

Mariano Barbasán Lagueruela

Martín Rico y Ortega

Matías Moreno

Rafael Hidalgo Gutiérrez de Caviedes

Rafael Senet Pérez

Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta

Roberto Domingo Fallola

Román Ribera Cirera

Salvador Sánchez Barbudo

Santiago Rusiñol

Ulpiano Checa

Valentín de Zubiaurre

Vicenta de Paredes

La escuela de Roma. (Pintores españoles del siglo XIX).

Alonso Pérez y Villagrosa

Baldomero Galofre

Eduardo León Garrido

Enrique Atalaya

Francisco Díaz Carreño

Francisco Domingo Marqués

Francisco Pradilla y Ortiz

Puig Roda

Guillermo Gómez Gil

Ignacio León y Escosura

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Manuel Jiménez Prieto

Manuel Ramírez

Raimundo de Madrazo

Los grandes maestros del siglo XIX.

Agustín Riancho

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Eduardo León Garrido

Federico Jiménez Fernández

Francisco Miralles y Galaup

Guillermo Gómez Gil

Díaz Varela

Morillo

José Gallegos y Arnosa

José García y Ramos

José Lupìáñez, José Villegas y Cordero

Juan Pablo Salinas

Luque Roselló

Manuel Prieto

Jiménez Aranda

Mariano Alonso Pérez y Villagrosa

Matías Moreno

Robert Kemm

Roberto Domingo Fallola

La escuela de Roma. (Pintores españoles del siglo XIX).

Alonso Pérez y Villagrosa

Baldomero Galofre

Eduardo León Garrido

Enrique Atalaya

Francisco Díaz Carreño

Francisco Domingo Marqués

Francisco Pradilla y Ortiz

  1. Puig Roda

Guillermo Gómez Gil

Ignacio León y Escosura

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Manuel Jiménez Prieto

Manuel Ramírez

Raimundo de Madrazo

Últimas adquisiciones.

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Vicente de Paredes

Antonio Fabres y Costa

José Denis

Juan Antonio Vera y Calvo

Manuel García y Rodríguez

Francisco Miralles y Galaup

Modesto Urgell e Inglada

Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta

Enrique Martínez Cubells

Francisco Pradilla y Ortiz

José Benlliure y Gil

Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench

Mariano Barbasán Laguerela

Carlos de Haes

Últimas adquisiciones.

José Gallegos y Arnosa

Martín Rico y Ortega

Julio Romero de Torres

Gonzalo Bilbao

Rafael Senet

Vicente Mota y Morales

José Villegas y Cordero

Arcadio Mas y Fondevila

José Cusachs y Cusachs

Aureliano de Beruete

José García y Ramos

Francisco Miralles y Galaup

Valentín de Zubiaurre

Joaquín Pillares y Allustante

Roberto Domingo Fallola

Antonio Reyna

Eduardo León Garrido

Ángel Lizcano

Exposición de primavera.

Arturo Calosci

Cecilio Plá y Gallardo

Eduardo Chicharro

Eduardo León Garrido

Enrique Atalaya

Enrique Martínez Cubells

Francisco de Paula Díaz Carreño

Joaquín Sorolla

José Benlliure Gil

José Gallegos Arnosa

José García Ramos

José Mongrell Torrent

Manuel García Rodríguez

Manuel Pícolo y López

Manuel Ramos Artal

Mariano Barbasán Lagueruela

Martín Rico

Máximo Judería

Néstor de la Torre

Reyna Manescau

Salvador Sánchez-Barbudo

Ulpiano Checa

Vicenta de Paredes

Eliseo Meifrén.  Obras para una colección.

Eliseo Meifrén

Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa

Joaquín Mir

Francisco Pradilla Ortiz

Ramón Casas

Ulpiano Checa Sanz

José Amat

Segundo Matilla

Benjamín Palencia

Pintura española del siglo XIX.  Obras para una colección.

Luis Álvarez Catalá

Fernando Álvarez de Sotomayor

José Bardasano

José Benlliure

Claudio Castelducho

José Cusachs y Cusachs

Néstor de la Torre

Manuel Domínguez

José García Ramos

Manuel García Rodríguez

Francisco Gimeno

Luis Graner

Máximo Judería

Ignacio León Escosura

Eduardo León Garrido

José Masriera

Cecilio Plá y Gallardo

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Agustín Riancho

Eduardo Zamacois

Ramón de Zubiaurre

La escuela española en Roma y París.  Siglos XIX y XX. Pompeyanos, orientalistas, vedutistas y preciosistas.

Daniel Hernández Morillo

Antonio Reyna

Martín Rico

Vicente Palmaroli

Blas Olleros y Quintana

Alberto Pla y Rubio

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Salvador Sánchez Barbudo

Jules Worms

Pierre François Eugene Giraud

Eliseo Meifrén

Ricardo Arredondo

Julio Borell Plá

Federico Corchón y Diaque

Rafael Romero Barros

José García Chicano

Ramón Martí Alsina

José Nin y Tudó

Domingo Muñoz Cuesta

Vicente Rodes y Ariés

Exposición de Primavera. Retratos, costumbres y paisajes en los siglos XIX – XX

Michelangelo Maestri

Gonsalvo Carelli

Eugenio Lucas Velázquez

Joaquín Agrasot y Juan

Raimundo de Madrazo Garreta

Ricardo de los Ríos

José Villegas y Cordero

José Olivo Rodrigo

Eduardo León Garrido

Daniel Hernández Morillo

Manuel Alcázar Ruiz

Antonio Reyna Manescau

Paul Jean Gervais

Agustín Salinas y Teruel

Cecilio Pla y Gallardo

Manuel García y Rodríguez

Alex de Andreis

Julio Borrell Pla

Ángel Zárraga

Joaquín Terruella Matilla

Benjamín Palencia

Emilio Grau Sala

Jorge O.W. Apperley

Juan de Sevilla

Julio Cesar Procaccini

Juan Pablo Salinas y Teruel

Gaspar Pieter Verbruggen II

Pareja de Garrafas de Mayólica de Venecia

Garrafa de Mayólica de Venecia

Escuela Flamenca

Pareja de Consolas Napolitanas

Conjunto de Sillería de Lucca

Mesa de Centro Napolitana

Mesa de Centro Toscana

Pequeña Cómoda Lombardo-Veneciana

Denis Sebastien Leroy

Martín Rico y Ortega

Escritorio de Piacenza

Importante Piano di Scagliola ( S.XVII)

Di Carlo Gibertoni

Angelica Kauffmann

Giusto Le Court (atrib)

Frans Francken El Joven

Pareja de Butacas Toscanas

Escribanía de Plata

Escritorio Napolitano

Escribanía Rusa

Escuela Italiana

Academia Napolitana

Eliseo Meifrén

Barcelona 1859 – 1940

Paisaje Marino

Escuela Italiana. Busto de Mármol

Escuela Napolitana. Grupo de figuras

Leonardo Coccorante

Dos Pequeñas Cómodas Sicilianas

Pareja de Secretaires Sicilianos

Espejo de Chimenea Siciliano

Sebastiano Conca (atrib.)

Jacob Desmalter. Cómoda

Ignacio Stern

Trumó Turinés

Consola Siciliana

Domingo Muñoz Cuesta

José Cruz Herrera

Joaquín Terruella Matilla

Ulpiano Checa

Salvador Viniegra

Ismael Gómez de la Serna

Jorge O. W. Apperley

Joaquín Agrasot

Manuel Ramírez Ibáñez

Luis Graner Arrufi

Luis Feito

Vicente Palmaroli

Eliseo Meifrén

Rafael Durancamps

Antonio Reyna

José Oliva Rodrigo

Mariano Obiols Delgado

Daniel Hernández

Joaquín Luque Rosello

Román Ribera

Rafael Canogar

Rene Portocarrero

Farreras

Adami

José García Rodríguez

Rafael Senet

F. del Campo

Carlos Vázquez

R. López Cabrera

Antoni Clavé

Rafael Mompó

Eduardo Chillida

Manuel Rivera

Francisco Bores

José Mª Sicilia

Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta

(Eibar, 1870 – Madrid, 1945)

“Amazona”

Mathieu Legoupil

m. Francia, meds. S. XVIII

Pareja de trofeos con alegorías de las artes y las ciencias

Madera tallada y dorada en cuatro colores

Altura: 80 cm. c/u.

Inscripciones:

EPHE/MERIDES/DES/MOUVE/MENTS/CELESTES

Provenance: Colección Alberto Bruni-Tedeschi

Lorenzo Haili

Fisto, 1643 – Parma, 1702

Cíclope

Hércules

Madera tallada, dorada y policromada.

Cíclope : 94 x 38 x 40 cm.

Hércules : 90x 39 x 44 cm.

Vendidos al Museo de Trento

Damián Forment

Valencia, c. 1480 – Santo Domingo de la Calzada, La Rioja, 1540.

Virgen con Niño

Aragón

c. 1520

Alabastro tallado

35 x 13 x 40 cm.

Provenance: España, colección particular

Francesco Picano

Nápoles, 1677 – 1743

Arcángel San Miguel

c. 1710

Madera tallada y policromada

Alt. 77 cm.

Provenance: España, colección particular

Louis Fournier

Saint Donat, Francia, meds. S. XIX – Francia, Fins. S. XIX)

Busto de dignatario Manchu

Terracota modelada

Alt. 78 cm.

Firmado y fechado: “L. Fournier 1884”

Provenance: Familia Bruni-Tedeschi

Baccio Cappelli

Activo en Florencia desde 1671 a 1737

Anunciación

Florencia, Manufactura del Gran Ducado (Galleria dei Lavori)

S. XVII

Panel de piedras duras con doble marco de bronce dorado

50 x 65 cm.

Provenance: Marquesa de Aldama, Grande de España.

Antonio Marzal el Menor

Activo en Madrid desde 1796 a 1808.

Tapa de mesa con trampantojo de mármol pórfido con naipes de una baraja de la Real Fábrica, dibujos clásicos y un ramillete de flores.

Época de Carlos IV, datado en 1798

Escayola policromada e intarsiada

56 x 108 x 4 cm

Inscripciones:

  1. Angulo superior izquierdo: en la tarjeta sobre el papel roto, muy difícil de leer, desarrollada en cuatro líneas: “… / … Madrid / Año de mil setecien… / y ocho”.
  2. Ángulo superior izquierdo: en el As de Oros: “Real Fabric(a) / de Madrid // P. Don Antonio / Marzal i …”.

Provenance: España, colección particular

Vendido a Patrimonio Nacional, España.

Rafael Romero Barros

Moguer, Huelva, 1832 – Córdoba, 1895

Domingo en Córdoba a orillas del Guadalquivir

40 x 55 cm.

Óleo sobre lienzo

Firmado y fechado en 1884

Provenance: España, colección particular.

Vendido al Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba

Vicente Palmaroli González

Madrid, 1834 – 1896

La Tentación

Óleo sobre tabla

138,4 x 65,4 cm.

Firmado

Provenance: España, colección particular.

Eduardo León Garrido

Madrid 1856-Caen 1949

Dama elegante con sombrero

Óleo sobre lienzo

35 x 27 cm.

Firmado

Provenance: España, colección particular.

Martín Rico y Ortega

El Escorial, Madrid, 1833 – Venecia, 1908

Vista trasera de Santa María della Salute

Óleo sobre lienzo

88 x 65 cm.

Firmado

Provenance: España, colección particular