Luis Jimenez Y Aranda

Spain (18451928 ) - Artworks
JIMENEZ Y ARANDA Luis Woman Haying

William Doyle /May 24, 2005
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Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - Views Of Auvers-sur-oise And Pontoise

Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - Views Of Auvers-sur-oise And Pontoise

Original 1907
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Lot number: 2412
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Luis Jiménez Aranda Seville 1845 - Pontoise 1928 Views of Auvers-sur-Oise and Pontoise Two watercolour on paper Signed, located and dated in 1907 and 1906 39x24 cm and 36x23 cm Luis Jiménez Aranda Sevilla 1845 - Pontoise 1928 Blick auf Auvers-sur-Oise und Pontoise. Zwei Aquarellgemälde auf Papier. Unterzeichnet, lokalisiert und datiert in den Jahren 1907 und 1906. 39x24 cm und 36x23 cm ... More Luis Jiménez Aranda Seville 1845 - Pontoise 1928 Views of Auvers-sur-Oise and Pontoise Two watercolour on paper Signed, located and dated in 1907 and 1906 39x24 cm and 36x23 cm Luis Jiménez Aranda Sevilla 1845 - Pontoise 1928 Blick auf Auvers-sur-Oise und Pontoise. Zwei Aquarellgemälde auf Papier. Unterzeichnet, lokalisiert und datiert in den Jahren 1907 und 1906. 39x24 cm und 36x23 cm Luis Jiménez Aranda Sevilla 1845 - Pontoise 1928 Vistas de Auvers-sur-Oise y Pontoise Dos acuarelas sobre papel Firmadas, localizadas y fechadas en 1907 y 1906 39x24 cm y 36x23 cm
Luis Jimenez Y Aranda -  'cherry Picking'

Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - 'cherry Picking'

Original 1890
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Lot number: 2
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Lot 2: Luis Jiménez y Aranda (1845-1928), Painting 'Cherry Picking' Luis Jimenez Aranda (1845-1928) Description: Oil on canvas France, Pontoise, around 1890 Luis Jiménez y Aranda (1845-1928) - Spanish painter Signed and inscribed lower right 'Luis Jiménez - Pontoise' Golden frame Overall dimensions, framed: 76 x 57.5 cm Good condition Provenance: fPrivate Collection Southern Germany The paintings depicting farm girls in Pontoise are one of the most sought after motifs by Luis Jiménez y Aranda; the auction record for a similar work stands at 140,000 Euros This fine oil painting by the Spanish painter Luis Jiménez y Aranda shows a young girl picking cherries. On a slightly sloping meadow, with a view of a hilly landscape in the background, there is a great cherry tree yielding plenty fruit. The young girl is wearing a traditional costume and has bent one of the lower branches towards her. Two baskets filled with picked cherries stand ready at her side and a third one at her feet is also almost full. Behind the tree there is a ladder leaning against its trunk, where a second girl is also picking cherries, half veiled through the the tree's leaves. Luis Jiménez was especially successful as a historical painter, but also followed the Spanish art movement of the Costumbrismo, which intended to show the customs and traditions of the people. As such, he was probably as close to French realism as he was to impressionism - and 'Cherry Picking' combines the influences from both of these movements. The painting 'Cherry Picking' by Louis Jiménez Aranda is in good condition. The work is varnished and shows some craquelure as well as some traces of framing. The painting is signed in the lower right: 'Luis Jiménez - Pontoise'. The recent frame shows signs of wear, especially at the corners. The overall dimensions, framed, are 76 x 57.4 cm. The dimensions of the stretcher are 65 x 46 cm. Louis Jiménez Aranda (1845-1928) Louis Jiménez Aranda was born in Sevilla to a family of artists. He took painting lessons from his older brother José Jiménez y Aranda (1837-1903) before he studied at the Academia de Bellas Artes de Santa Isabel de Hungría in Sevilla, like before his brother had. After a short stay in Rome, Louis Jiménez Aranda moved to Pontoise near Paris and took on French citizenship. He was already exhibiting his artworks at the Salon de Paris when he took part at the World Fair in Paris and Chicago. At the same time, he was also exhibited at national Spanish exhibitions and received, amongst other awards, the 1892 gold medal for the painting 'La visita del médico'. He focused mainly on historical painting but was also part of the so-called Costumbrismo movement, which sought to depict the customs and traditions of society in a realistic way. Luis Jiménez y Aranda was influenced by his elder brother for parts of his life, but never copied him.
Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - Vacas Junto A Un Pozo (cattle At A Well)

Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - Vacas Junto A Un Pozo (cattle At A Well)

Original 1923
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Lot number: 42
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Luis Jiménez Aranda (Spanish, 1845-1928)
Vacas junto a un pozo (Cattle at a well)
Add. Notes: signed 'Luis Jimenez', inscribed indistinctly and dated '1923' (lower right) oil on canvas 43½ x 29 5/8 in. (110.5 x 75.3 cm.)
Notes: Like Paris, Venice was one of Europe's most cosmopolitan cities in the late nineteenth century. Society figures such as Isabella Stewart Gardner spent months in the city's palazzos, assembling around them a coterie of the world's cultural elite. Henry James, James Tissot, John Singer Sargent and James McNeill Whistler were just some of the famous names to find inspiration there. It was, however, not only Boldini's taste for wealth and elegance which drew him to La Serenissima. The city's magnificent cultural history, its ever changing light and movement, drew raptures from Boldini in the many letters he wrote to friends from the Grand Hotel. The present work exudes a vibrancy - almost nervousness - which perfectly conveys the sense of Whistler's comment that 'Venice is an impossible place to sit down and sketch in. There is always something still better round the corner'. The arching bridge in the background (which echoes a leaping horse), typically oblique perspective, and swirling brushstrokes combine to create an explosion of movement in which the background is as animated as the revelling figures in the foreground. The present work has been signed and numbered on the reverse by Emilia Cardona Boldini and the authenticity has kindly been confirmed by Francesca Dini.
Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - Woman Haying

Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - Woman Haying

Original 1889
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Lot number: 78
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Luis Jimenez y Aranda Spanish, 1845-1928 WOMAN HAYING Signed and dated Luis Jimenez/Paris 1889 (ll) Oil on cradled panel 24 x 17 3/8 inches (61.0 x 44.0 cm.) Estimate $5,000-7,000 Frame rubbing. Tiny spot of paint loss lower right center. Smallspot of pigment loss at left center by the woman's arm. Dirtyvarnish, yellowed. Cannot detect any restoration through thedulling varnish under UV light. Appears that someone spot cleaned asmall area at the upper left corner.
Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - The Dancing Lesson

Luis Jimenez Y Aranda - The Dancing Lesson

Original 1888
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Lot number: 204
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Luis Jimenez y Aranda (Spanish, 1845-1919) The Dancing Lesson signed and dated 'Luis.Jiminez Paris 1888.' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 39¼ in. (73.5 x 99.5 cm.) Painted in 1888 Pre-Lot Text THE PROPERTY OF A DALLAS COLLECTOR Lot Notes Luis Jimenez y Arada, brother of the history and genre painterJosé Jimenez y Aranda, was a student under E. Cano at the Academyof Fine Arts in Seville. After living in Rome and Paris, Luissettled in Pontoise in 1876. Jimenez was awarded a medal at the1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris, another in Munich in 1890 andan honorable mention in Berlin in 1891.
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