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Antonio Bueno

Italy (Berlino 1918 -  Fiesole 1984 )
BUENO Antonio Marinaretto

Galerie Koller
Dec 3, 2016
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Antonio Bueno - Untitled

Antonio Bueno - Untitled

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Lot number: 3539
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Description: ANTONIO BUENO (Berlin 1918 - 1984 Fiesole) Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left: A. Bueno. 40 x 30 cm. Provenance: Private collection USA. --------------- ANTONIO BUENO (Berlin 1918 - 1984 Fiesole) Ohne Titel. Öl auf Leinwand. Unten links signiert: A. Bueno. 40 x 30 cm. Provenienz: Privatsammlung USA.
Antonio Bueno - Marinaretto

Antonio Bueno - Marinaretto

Original 1973
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Lot number: 3434
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ANTONIO BUENO (Berlin 1918 - 1984 Fiesole) Marinaretto. 1973. Oil on masonite. Signed top right: A. Bueno. 40.5 x 30 cm. We thank Mrs. Isabella Bueno for the confirmation and her kind support. Provenance: Privately owned Switzerland. Antonio Bueno was an Italian artist of Spanish origins, who lived and worked with Spanish, Italian, Swiss, German and French cultural influences. His openness to experiment was apparent in his lively career as an artist: after a training in Post-Impressionism at the École des Beaux-Arts in Geneva and Paris, Antonio Bueno became interested in the techniques of the Flemish primitives and Surrealism. His painting remained very realistic: he is known primarily for his still lifes and portraits. In 1947 he founded the group "I Pittori Moderni della Realtà" (modern realist painters), and met and worked with Giorgio de Chirico. His painting in this period was characterised by neo-figurative as well as geometric motifs, and “Clay pipes” and “Egg shells” are amongst his well-known works. In the 1960s, Antonio Bueno founded “Gruppo 70”, a group of avant-garde artists, musicians and poets in Florence, and organised the first Italian exhibition of monochromatic art. Highly committed to the avant-garde, he left “Gruppo 70” in 1969, however, and described himself then as a “neo-rearguardist”. He gave himself over to figurative depictions of small ladies and gentlemen, which remained his perennial subject. “Bérénice” and “Marianetto” are two wonderful examples of such work. Alongside numerous museum exhibitions, he participated several times in the Venice Biennale. He received many honours, including the Marzotto prize, twice, and the Fiorino prize in Venice three times. --------------- ANTONIO BUENO (Berlin 1918 - 1984 Fiesole) Marinaretto. 1973. Öl auf Masonit. Oben rechts signiert: A.Bueno. 40,5 x 30 cm. Wir danken Frau Isabella Bueno für die Bestätigung und für die freundliche Unterstützung. Provenienz: Privatbesitz Schweiz. Antonio Bueno ist ein italienischer Künstler spanischer Herkunft, der zwischen spanischen, italienischen, schweizerischen, deutschen und französischen Kultureinflüssen lebt und arbeitet. Seine Experimentierfreudigkeit zeigt sich in seiner bewegten Künstlerkarriere: Nach seiner Post-Impressionistischen Bildung an der École des Beaux-Arts in Genf und Paris, interessiert sich Bueno für die Techniken der primitiven flämischen Malerei und des Surrealismus. Seine Malerei bleibt sehr realistisch; er ist zunächst für seine Stillleben und Porträtmalerei bekannt. 1947 gründet er die Gruppe der „Modernen Maler der Realität“, begegnet und arbeitet mit Giorgio de Chirico. Neo-figurative sowie geometrische Motive zeichnen seine Malerei zu dieser Zeit aus, unter anderem bekannt sind seine „Clay pipes“ oder „Egg shells“. In den 1960er Jahren gründet Antonio Bueno die „Gruppe 70“ für Avantgarde Künstler, Musiker und Poeten in Florenz und organisiert die erste italienische Ausstellung für monochromatische Kunst. Sehr engagiert als Avantgardist, verlässt er jedoch 1969 die „Gruppe 70“ und beschreibt sich nun als „Neo-Rearguardist“. Er widmet sich der figurativen Repräsentation von kleinen Damen und Herren, welche sein ewiges Sujet bleiben. „Bérénice“ und „Marianetto“ sind zwei wundervolle Beispiele. Neben zahlreichen Museumsausstellung, nimmt er mehrmals an der Biennale in Venedig teil. Er erhält viele Auszeichnungen, beispielsweise zwei Mal den Marzotto-Preis oder drei Mal den Fiorino-Preis in Venedig.
Antonio Bueno - Marinaretto

Antonio Bueno - Marinaretto

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Lot number: 289
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Antonio Bueno (Italian, 1918-1985), "Marinaretto" [trans: Sailor], color lithograph depicting young blonde boy in sailor suit wearing cap with blue pom-pom, in blue oval field framed by green ground, artist signed "An. Bueno" CR, pencil point in boy's left pupil with pencil line leading to Italian-language inscription in right margin, not examined out of cobalt and silver-finished frame, ss: 17" h. x 13 1/4" w.
Antonio Bueno - Fiori Secchi

Antonio Bueno - Fiori Secchi

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Lot number: 54
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Lot 54

Antonio Bueno

Italian, 1918-1985

Fiori Secchi, circa

1956

Signed twice

Antonio Bueno

(ur) and

Antonio

(ll)

Oil on canvas

17 7/8 x 15 15/16 inches (45.5 x 40.5 cm)

Provenance:

Collection of Karl Lunde, New York

Private collection, NJ, gift from the above

C

Frame rubbing. Could use a light cleaning. Faintly visible stretcher mark along the right. Some minor irregularities in the surface of canvas. No apparent restoration. 1 1/2 inch mark center, with a faint area of impact craquelure, approximately 2 inches in diameter.

Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.
Antonio Bueno - Portrait Of A Brunette Woman

Antonio Bueno - Portrait Of A Brunette Woman

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Lot 479

Antonio Bueno (Italian, 1918-1984)

Portrait of a Brunette Woman
Signed "A. Bueno" u.r., inscribed "John Rae" in pen on the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 17 3/4 x 13 5/8 in. (45.1 x 34.6 cm), framed.
Condition: Minor retouch, craquelure.

N.B. We wish to thank Isabella Bueno, daughter of the artist, for kindly confirming the authenticity of the lot; a photo-certificate from Isabella Bueno accompanies the lot.

Retouch along top tacking margin spanning approx. 1/4 x 13 3/4 in. at extreme height and width; retouch to several abrasions across the woman's neck; broad and thin washes of retouch to background around woman's neck spanning approx. 4 x 1 1/4 in. at extreme height and width; dot of retouch to u.r. quadrant approx. 1/8 x 1/8 in.; signature slightly reinforced; surface accretions to u.r., l.l. and l.r. quadrants; fine craquelure throughout; no additional condition issues to report.
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