Ramon Casas

(18661932 ) - Artworks
CASAS RAMON Retrato De Don Enrique Montes I Carbó

Brok /Mar 11, 2010
9,000.00 - 10,000.00
Not disclosed

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Ramon Casas - Chula Con Pañuelo Azul (girl With A Blue Scarf)

Ramon Casas - Chula Con Pañuelo Azul (girl With A Blue Scarf)

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Lot number: 12
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Provenance Sala Parés, Barcelona Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1972 Exhibited Barcelona, Sala Parés, Una exposición extraordinaria. Horas felices de la pintura catalana, 1972, no. 8, illustrated in the catalogue Barcelona, Sala Parés, Homenatge a Ramón Casas 1866-1932 amb motiu del 50è aniversari de la seva mort, 1982, no. 12 PROPERTY FROM A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTION Ramón Casas SPANISH 1866 - 1932 CHULA CON PAÑUELO AZUL (GIRL WITH A BLUE SCARF) signed R Casas lower right oil on canvas 73 by 46.5cm., 28¾ by 18¼in. This work is in good overall condition and ready to hang. Original canvas. Under ultra-violet light two areas in part of the figure's left arm and drapery fluoresce green and these are likely attributable to the artist's pigments; there are some scattered minor strokes of retouching notably in the figure's left arm and in the lower right quadrant, and in the centre of the upper edge a 4cm vertical stroke. Some further retouchings may be obscured by the varnish, however these are likely to be minor. As visible in the catalogue illustration there are two minor circa 3-4cm diagonal scuffs near the left edge. Presented in a silver-gilt frame, with a cloth-covered inner slip and a nameplate.
Ramon Casas - La Cochera (the Coach House)

Ramon Casas - La Cochera (the Coach House)

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Lot number: 17
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Max Schweitzer Gallery, New York Sala Parés, Barcelona Purchased from the above by the present owner in 1976 Barcelona, Sala Parés, Una exposición extraordinaria. Horas felices de la pintura catalana, 1972, no. 6, illustrated in the catalogue Barcelona, Rally Oficial Fédération internationale des voitures anciennes, XI Gran Premio Internacional. Circuito Catalán, 1973 Barcelona, Sala Parés, Centenari de la Sala Parés: Exposició Commemorativa dels 100 anyos de la Sala, 1977, no. 14 Barcelona, Sala Parés, Homenatge a Ramón Casas 1866-1932 amb motiu del 50è aniversari de la seva mort, 1982, no. 16, illustrated in the catalogue 17 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION Ramón Casas SPANISH 1866 - 1932 LA COCHERA (THE COACH HOUSE) signed and dated R Casas 907 lower left oil on canvas 145 by 193cm., 57 by 76in. Estimate 250,000 - 350,000 GBP Print
Ramon Casas - Retrato De Eduardo Nieto, El Marqués De Villamizar

Ramon Casas - Retrato De Eduardo Nieto, El Marqués De Villamizar

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Lot number: 187
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LOT 187 PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR RAMÓN CASAS SPANISH, 1866 - 1932 RETRATO DE EDUARDO NIETO, EL MARQUÉS DE VILLAMIZAR (EDUARDO NIETO,KNOWN AS THE MARQUIS OF VILLAMIZAR) 200,000—300,000 GBP measurements 135 by 75cm., 53 by 29½in. Description signed R. Casas lower right oil on canvas PROVENANCE Private collection, SpainAcquired from the above by the present owner in 1988 EXHIBITED Barcelona, Sala Parés, Primera Exposició Ramón Casas,organitzada per 'Pèl & Ploma', 1899, no. 12Barcelona, Sala Parés, Homenatge a Ramón Casas 1866-1932 amb motiudel 50è aniversari de la seva mort, 1982, no. 29 LITERATURE AND REFERENCES Alfonso Alcolea Albero, Ramón Casas, Barcelona, 1990, p. 173,listed & illustratedIsabel Coll, Ramón Casas, Catálogo Razonado, 2002, p. 45, a detailillustrated; p. 226, illustratedMuseu Nacional d'art de Catalunya, Barcelona; Fundación CulturalMapfre Vida, Madrid, Ramón Casas. El pintor del modernismo, exh.cat., 2001, p. 267, illustrated CATALOGUE NOTE Painted circa 1892-94, the sitter for the present work wasEduardo Nieto, Casas' brother-in-law, sometimes referred to by thetitle of his father, the Marquis of Villamizar. Casas' elegantdepiction of his in-law standing in a courtyard in the Casas familyhome exhibits the high regard the artist felt towards hissubject.During the mid-1890s Casas was in particular demand for hislikenesses, painting the intellectual, economic and political eliteof Barcelona, Paris, Madrid and beyond. As John Richardson writes:'Casas delighted the bourgeoisie with portraits that could be asfashionable or informal as the sitter required; and he delightedthe general public with the boldness of his posters and (later) thejoie de vivre of his decorations for Els Quatres Gats' (JohnRichardson, A Life of Picasso, vol. I, 1881-1906, London, 1991, p.115). It was during the 1890s that Casas shared a flat in Paris withSantiago Rusiñol near the Moulin de la Galette, and exhibited inBarcelona with both Rusiñol and Enric Clarasó. During these keyyears too he also embarked on some of his most politically chargedand complex multi-figural compositions, in particular Garrote Vilin 1894 and Embarque de tropas in 1896. Private collection, SpainAcquired from the above by the present owner in 1988
Ramon Casas - Retrato De Don Enrique Montes I Carbó

Ramon Casas - Retrato De Don Enrique Montes I Carbó

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Lot number: 558
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Ramon Casas - Retrato Masculino

Ramon Casas - Retrato Masculino

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Lot number: 1685
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