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Joaquin Sorolla Gypsy Women Portrait Oil Canvas Spanish

Lot 0007 Details

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This lot consists of an oil on canvas painting in the style of Joaquin Sorolla y Bastidas. The lot depicts a gypsy women portrait in his magnificent impressionist style.

Sorollas PortraitsAlthough formal portraiture was not Sorollas genre of preference, because it tended to restrict his creative appetites and could reflect his lack of interest in his subjects, the acceptance of portrait commissions proved profitable, and the portrayal of his family was irresistible. Sometimes the influence of Velazquez was uppermost, as in My Family (1901), a reference to Las Meninas which grouped his wife and children in the foreground, the painter reflected, at work, in a distant mirror. At other times the desire to compete with his friend John Singer Sargent was evident, as in Portrait of Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris and her children (1911). A series of portraits produced in the United States in 1909, commissioned through the Hispanic Society of America, was capped by the Portrait of Mr. Taft, President of the United States, This portrait, which was painted at the White House, is on permanent display at the Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida (August 1923) was a Spanish painter. Sorolla excelled in the painting of portraits, landscapes and monumental works of social and historical themes. His most typical works are characterized by a dexterous representation of the people and landscape under the bright sunlight of Spain and sunlit water. Joaquià Sorolla was born on 27 February 1863 in Valencia, Spain. Sorolla was the eldest child born to a tradesman, also named Joaquin Sorolla, and his wife, Concepcion Bastida. His sister, Concha, was born a year later. In August 1865, both children were orphaned when their parents died, possibly from cholera. They were thereafter cared for by their maternal aunt and uncle, a locksmith.

At the age of eighteen he traveled to Madrid, vigorously studying master paintings in the Museo del Prado. After completing his military service, Sorolla, at age twenty-two, obtained a grant which enabled a four-year term to study painting in Rome, Italy, where he was welcomed by and found stability in the example of Francisco Pradilla, the director of the Spanish Academy in Rome. A long sojourn to Paris in 1885 provided his first exposure to modern painting; of special influence were exhibitions of Jules Bastien-Lepage and Adolf von Menzel. Back in Rome he studied with Jose Benlliure, Emilio Sala, and Jose Villegas Cordero

PROVENANCE:Private Collection.NY ,very old painting

DIMENSIONS: Unframed approx. 12.5\" x 9.5\"

This item is being sold \'as is\'.Please use photos as part of the description. The absence of condition report does not guarantee excellent condition.

Please note: This work is being sold -In the style of- the named artist. -In the style of- works are works by an unknown creator whose style is strongly under the influence of the style of the named master artist.
Condition
Very old painting with some damages, pigments missing ,and a visible patch in the back to cover a rip.Need some more restoration and cleaning.Painting ships as is with old vintage wood frame as is .
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Lot 0007 Details

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This lot consists of an oil on canvas painting in the style of Joaquin Sorolla y Bastidas. The lot depicts a gypsy women portrait in his magnificent impressionist style.

Sorollas PortraitsAlthough formal portraiture was not Sorollas genre of preference, because it tended to restrict his creative appetites and could reflect his lack of interest in his subjects, the acceptance of portrait commissions proved profitable, and the portrayal of his family was irresistible. Sometimes the influence of Velazquez was uppermost, as in My Family (1901), a reference to Las Meninas which grouped his wife and children in the foreground, the painter reflected, at work, in a distant mirror. At other times the desire to compete with his friend John Singer Sargent was evident, as in Portrait of Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris and her children (1911). A series of portraits produced in the United States in 1909, commissioned through the Hispanic Society of America, was capped by the Portrait of Mr. Taft, President of the United States, This portrait, which was painted at the White House, is on permanent display at the Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida (August 1923) was a Spanish painter. Sorolla excelled in the painting of portraits, landscapes and monumental works of social and historical themes. His most typical works are characterized by a dexterous representation of the people and landscape under the bright sunlight of Spain and sunlit water. Joaquià Sorolla was born on 27 February 1863 in Valencia, Spain. Sorolla was the eldest child born to a tradesman, also named Joaquin Sorolla, and his wife, Concepcion Bastida. His sister, Concha, was born a year later. In August 1865, both children were orphaned when their parents died, possibly from cholera. They were thereafter cared for by their maternal aunt and uncle, a locksmith.

At the age of eighteen he traveled to Madrid, vigorously studying master paintings in the Museo del Prado. After completing his military service, Sorolla, at age twenty-two, obtained a grant which enabled a four-year term to study painting in Rome, Italy, where he was welcomed by and found stability in the example of Francisco Pradilla, the director of the Spanish Academy in Rome. A long sojourn to Paris in 1885 provided his first exposure to modern painting; of special influence were exhibitions of Jules Bastien-Lepage and Adolf von Menzel. Back in Rome he studied with Jose Benlliure, Emilio Sala, and Jose Villegas Cordero

PROVENANCE:Private Collection.NY ,very old painting

DIMENSIONS: Unframed approx. 12.5\" x 9.5\"

This item is being sold \'as is\'.Please use photos as part of the description. The absence of condition report does not guarantee excellent condition.

Please note: This work is being sold -In the style of- the named artist. -In the style of- works are works by an unknown creator whose style is strongly under the influence of the style of the named master artist.
Condition
...
Very old painting with some damages, pigments missing ,and a visible patch in the back to cover a rip.Need some more restoration and cleaning.Painting ships as is with old vintage wood frame as is .

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