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Marian Fortuny

Spain (Reus 1838 -  Roma 1874 )
FORTUNY Marian Man On Horse In Courtyard With Figures And Figures Standing And Seated By Wall (two Works)

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Jul 11, 2019
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Variants on Artist's name :

Fortuny Y Marsal Mariano

Fortuny Y Carbo Mariano

Mariano Jose Maria Bernardo Fortuny Y Carbo

 

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Marian Fortuny - Man On Horse In Courtyard With Figures And Figures Standing And Seated By Wall (two Works)

Marian Fortuny - Man On Horse In Courtyard With Figures And Figures Standing And Seated By Wall (two Works)

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Lot number: 56111
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Description: Mariano José María Bernardo Fortuny y Carbo (Spanish, 1838-1874) Man on horse in courtyard with figures and Figures standing and seated by wall (two works) Ink on paper, each 5-1/4 x 4-1/4 inches (13.3 x 10.8 cm) (largest) Each signed PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF NEAL GLASS AND KERRY BETENSKY PROVENANCE: Giovanni Piancastelli (1845-1926), painter, collector and Director of the Galleria Borghese, Rome; Estate of Reverend Father Francis Agius (1891-1958) of Our Lady of Counsel, Inwood, Long Island, New York; Sale, New York, by heirs of the above; Harry Glass, Long Island, New York, circa 1950s, acquired from the above; Estate of the above; Neal Glass and Kerry Betensky Long Island, New York by descent; Estate of the above. EXHIBITED: "Italian 19th Century Drawings and Watercolors," Shepherd Gallery, New York, April 1976. LITERATURE: R. Olson, Italian 19th Century Drawings and Watercolors: An Album. Camuccini & Minardi to Mancini & Balla, Shepherd Gallery, New York, April 1976. Modernists and traditionalists will find works to covet within this catalogue. And, without a doubt, this auction presents a singular opportunity for enthusiasts of 19th-century European academic paintings and drawings. The sale boasts a rich array of masterful oils on canvas and panel in beautiful condition by celebrated Italian, French, Belgian, German, Polish, Danish and Spanish painters. Some of them, such as Cesare Detti's monumental Venetian spectacle, Henri III reçu par le doge Muccinigo au palais Foscari, with its cast of 60 figures, earned inaugural exposure to the public at the Paris Salons. One work in the sale, a jewel-like panel of a scullery maid peeling apples by Belgian genre specialist, Charles van Meer, was formerly in the personal collection of Queen Victoria of England and her husband Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Collectors will note that our Spring sale contains an attractive selection of 19th-century academic drawings from the estate of Neal Glass and Kerry Betensky. These sheets originate from an immense corpus of over 12,000 drawings assembled into a series of albums in the later 19th century by Giovanni Piancastelli (1845-1926), a painter as well as then-Director of the Galleria Borghese in Rome. During Piancastelli's period of activity, collecting drawings on this scale was not uncommon, particularly for a figure with close ties to an artistic community such as he had. It is notable that the current selection of drawings were contemporary works of art when Piancastelli acquired them. Many of the artists represented were figures Piancastelli knew personally, and who held teaching positions at the Academy of San Luca in Rome. While the fate of Piancastelli's entire drawing collection is unknown, the first batch purchased from it en bloc was sold in 1901 to the American Hewitt sisters, Sarah and Eleanor, who were forming a museum in New York City. Their 3,500 Piancastelli drawings remain in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum. The Glass/Betensky drawings in the current catalogue share the above provenance, literature and exhibition history, unless otherwise noted in our online catalogue. Please note that the cataloguing for these sheets follows the extensive research and connoisseurship undertaken by the Shepherd Gallery, New York, as published in the catalogue to its 1976 exhibition Italian 19th Century Drawings and Watercolors: An Album. Camuccini & Minardi to Mancini & Balla. HID01801242017
Marian Fortuny - Mazmorra

Marian Fortuny - Mazmorra

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Lot number: 244
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Description: Mariano Fortuny Marsal (Reus, 1838 - Roma,1874) "Mazmorra" (Dungeon) Sepia wash on paper. Signed. This painting was part of an unpublished album by Mariano Fortuny, which was presented in the exhibition dedicated to the painter which took place in 1986 at Sala Nonell in Barcelona and which appears published in the catalogue under number XI. A photocopy of this comes with the painting. In the album it explains that "For this small and masterful wash Fortuny was inspired by the drawings in the series on prisoners which Goya did using the same technique and which form part of his album C". There is also a photocopy of the list which is handwritten and signed by Mariano Fortuny Madrazo, the painter´s son, itemising the contents of the album, which was made up of 16 watercolours and drawings, in which this painting is referenced as: Ref. AQ. 109. There is alsoa photocopy of the review of the exhibition which appeared in the La Vanguardia newspaper and which mentions the quality of the painting "Mazmorra" On the back is a sticker from Sala Nonell, Barcelona. 12 x 16 cm.
Marian Fortuny - Laughing Boy With A Hat

Marian Fortuny - Laughing Boy With A Hat

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Lot number: 84
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Announcement from November 23, 2015, 1:25pm:
This is not a work by Mariano Fortuny, but a painting by the Italian artist Eduardo Forlenza (1861-1934). It was painted presumably around 1900.

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The painting is in overall good condition. Inspection under UV light reveals small areas of retouching in the upper right edge. Otherwise the work appears in good condition. The image dimensions are 29 x 17.6 cm and the frame measures 36 x 25 cm.

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Mariano Fortuny (1838-1874), Laughing Boy with a Hat, Oil, 19th
Oil on panel
Italy, Napoli, c. 1870
Mariano Fortuny Marsal (1838-1874) – Spanish painter and graphic artist, who was also active in Italy
Signed and inscribed lower left „Fortuny a Napoli\“
Dimensions: 29 x 17.6 cm
Frame: 36 x 25 cm
Good condition
Charming small-format oil painting with the depiction of an Italian boy with a hat
Marian Fortuny - Woodsman With A Hatchet

Marian Fortuny - Woodsman With A Hatchet

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Lot number: 1068
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Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, 1838-1874)
Woodsman with a Hatchet
Signed "Fortuny" l.c., with a red wax collector's seal on the frame backing.
Watercolor on paper, 11 3/8 x 8 1/2 in. (29.0 x 21.7 cm), in a shadow box frame.
Condition: Toning, acid burn, rippling, nicks and losses to the edges of the sheet, affixed at two corners to paperboard backing.
Marian Fortuny - Der Degenfechter

Marian Fortuny - Der Degenfechter

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Lot number: 1507
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Mariano Fortuny y Marsal,
1838 – 1874
DER DEGENFECHTER

Öl auf Holz.

36 x 18 cm.

Rechts unten signiert „M. Fortuny\“.

Gerahmt. (1001016) (12)
Mariano Fortuny y Marsal,

1838 - 1874

THE EPEEIST

Oil on panel.

36 x 18 cm.

Signed \“M. Fortuny\“ lower right.
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