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Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez

Spain (1864 -  1924 )
ITURRINO GONZALEZ Francisco Baile En El Bosque (dancers In The Forest)

Sotheby's
Nov 12, 2008
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Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Manolas Outside The Bullring

Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Manolas Outside The Bullring

Original 1904
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Lot number: 28
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Francisco Iturrino
1864 - 1924
MANOLAS OUTSIDE THE BULLRING
signed F. Iturrino lower left
oil on canvas
78 by 99cm., 30¾ by 39in.
Provenance
Acquired in Bilbao by the family of the present owner in the late 1970s; thence by descent
Catalogue Note
Painted circa 1904-06, Manolas Outside the Bullring was painted in Cordoba during one of the artist\’\’\’\’s trips to Andalusia, where he immersed himself in local life and painted vibrant canvases of local festivities. Here, women dressed in the colourful mantones de Manila gathered at the bullring. The bright palette applied in a cloisonné style shows the influence of Iturrino's time in Paris, and in particular of the Fauves.
Born in Santander, Iturrino grew up in Brussels where he received his first artistic training at the Académie St. Josse-ten-Noode. In 1895 he travelled to Paris, to which he returned on numerous occasions; it was here that his career flourished. Under the patronage of Ambroise Vollard, to whom this work is said to have belonged, Iturrino befriended artists including Picasso, Van Dongen, Derain and Matisse.
By the beginning of the twentieth century, Paris had attracted many Spanish artists including Anglada Camarasa and Pablo Picasso. Iturrino exhibited at the Salon d\’\’\’\’Automne in 1903 and 1911 and took part in the Arte Moderno exhibitions in Bilbao (1900, 1905 and 1910), before returning to Spain during the First World War.
Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Chulas (women In The Countryside)

Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Chulas (women In The Countryside)

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Lot number: 15
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Sale: Sotheby's, Madrid, 27 February 1985, lot 56

Purchased at the above sale by the present owner

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION
Francisco Iturrino
SPANISH
1864 - 1924
CHULAS (WOMEN IN THE COUNTRYSIDE)
signed F Iturrino lower right
oil on canvas
57 by 76.5cm., 22½ by 30in.
Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Baile En El Bosque (dancers In The Forest)

Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Baile En El Bosque (dancers In The Forest)

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Lot number: 366
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71.5 by 68.5cm., 28¼ by 27in.
DESCRIPTION
signed F Iturrino lower right
oil on canvas
EXHIBITED
Madrid, Banco Bilbao, Francisco Iturrino: intérprete delfauvismo, 1997
CATALOGUE NOTE
From 1904 to 1911 Iturrino travelled continuously throughoutSpain, spending time in Salamanca, Bilbao, Madrid, Seville andMálaga, with short visits back to Paris. Well received in theFrench capital, in 1901 he exhibited together with Picasso atAmbroise Vollard's. Also in Paris he met Matisse; in 1909 hepainted with him in Seville and the Fauvist influence latent in hisprevious works now came to the fore. His relationship with Matissewas an important and lasting one: in 1913 they travelled toTangiers together where Iturrino remained until the following year;at the end of his life Iturrino moved to the south of France to beclose to Matisse at Cagnes-Sur-Mer.
Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Dos Mujeres Con Manton(spanish Ladies)

Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Dos Mujeres Con Manton(spanish Ladies)

Original 1914
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Lot number: 196
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provenance vicente climent, barcelona acquired by the present owner circa 2000 literature and references editorial la gran enciclopedia vasca, f. iturrino iii, bilbao, 1974, vol. vi, no. 57, illustrated in colour on the back cover catalogue note painted circa 1907, the vibrant colouring, exotic setting and hieratic poses of the two female figures in the present work reflect iturrino's strong ties with the modern movement in paris at the beginning of the twentieth century, and contemporary interest in primitivism and the paintings of the fauves led by matisse. a particularly fine example from a key period in his work, iturrino went on to make the paitning of the female figure a speciality, returning again to the pose of the left hand figure in the present work on another occasion (fig.1). born in santander and raised in bilbao, iturrino moved with his parents to brussels. there in 1890 he inscribed at the academie st josse-ten-noode and soon came into contact with henri evenopoel who painted his portrait in 1899. the same year, on evenepoel's recommendation, iturrino joined la libre esthetique (as well as evenopoel, fellow spaniard darío de regoyos was also a member). it was in paris, however, that iturrino really flourished. there he met up with picasso who was ten years his junior, and became friends with toulouse-lautrec. in the summer of 1901 iturrino and picasso held a joint exhibition at the gallery of the dealer ambroise vollard. one of the works on view was a portrait of iturrino by picasso of 1901 (fig. 2). left unsold, picasso later painted over it. according to picasso's biographer john richardson, vollard much preferred iturrino's work which was already showing the bright palette that the present work displays and which would come to characterise iturrino's style. he had further exhibitions at vollard's gallery in 1907 and 1911. as iturrino's interest in colour developed, however, so he became associated with matisse, andré derain and the fauves. iturrino introduced matisse to spain: in 1908 iturrino and matisse travelled to córdoba and seville where they shared a studio. two years later they were together again in madrid. then in 1911 iturrino travelled with matisse, charles camoin and james wilson morrice to tangiers. tall and distinguished, with a swarthy complexion and a full beard, in his early days in paris iturrino became known as the 'spaniard of paris'. his strong northern spanish mien and proud demeanour were not only captured by picasso and evenopoel, but also by matisse (fig. 3) and derain, both of whom did portraits of iturrino in 1914, the same year that picasso did a further likeness of him in a cubist style. after world war i when iturrino's marriage had broken up, his health was failing and he had fallen on hard times, picasso, matisse and other artists that he had kept touch with since his time in paris organised an appeal to raise money for him and provided much needed support during the last few years of his life. fig. 1, francisco iturrino, española con abanico, 104 by 78cm., private collection fig. 2, photograph of picasso, mañach and torres fuster in front of picasso's portrait of iturrino, 1901. fig. 3, henri matisse, iturrino, etching, 1914
signed f. iturrino l.l. oil on canvas
Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Jeunes Femmes En Promenade

Francisco Iturrino Gonzalez - Jeunes Femmes En Promenade

Original 1864
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Lot number: 274
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