José Joya

(19311995 ) - Artworks
JOYA José (a.)anibong

Leon Gallery /Sep 28, 2013
Not disclosed
2,550.00

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José Joya - Untitled

José Joya - Untitled

Original 1989
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Lot number: 323
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Jose Joya 1931-1995 UNTITLED Signed and dated 1989 Oil on paper mounted on cardboard 25.5 by 44 cm.; 10 by 17 1/4 in. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice "The kinetic quality of his art lies in the sweeping movement of the hand and art, not as in the performance of a neutral excercise, but in expressive gestures that are his alone... [The artist once] compared the act of painting to a "spontaneous outburst of passionate emotion... an aftermath of an intense pictorial idea, like the passing of a tempest leaving behind trails of a terrible tumult... a wild attempt to depict the onrushing tempo of the present jet-age modernity..." Alice G. Guillermo, Image to Meaning: Essays on Philippine Art, "Jose Joya: The Pursuit of Abstraction", Ateneo de Manila University Press, Philippines, 2001, p. 198-199. The work is in good condition overall, as is the paper, which is free from tears and holes. There is light wear and handling around the edges of the painting. Examination under ultraviolet light shows no sign of restoration. Framed, under Plexiglas. "In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS PRINTED IN THE SALE CATALOGUE."
José Joya - Mother And Child

José Joya - Mother And Child

Original 1988
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Lot number: 70
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Jose Joya Mother and Child signed and dated (lower right and verso) 1988 pastel on paper 18" x 12" 46 cm x 30 cm Ricarte M. Puruganan, Folk Art the thread to National Art, Lucila A. Salazar and Heritage Publishing, Manila, 1983, (illustrated p.115).Ricarte M. Puruganan, Folk Art the thread to National Art, Lucila A. Salazar and Heritage Publishing, Manila, 1983, (illustrated p.115).Ricarte M. Puruganan, Folk Art the thread to National Art, Lucila A. Salazar and Heritage Publishing, Manila, 1983, (illustrated p.115).Ricarte M. Puruganan, Folk Art the thread to National Art, Lucila A. Salazar and Heritage Publishing, Manila, 1983, (illustrated p.115).Ricarte M. Puruganan, Folk Art the thread to National Art, Lucila A. Salazar and Heritage Publishing, Manila, 1983, (illustrated p.115).Ricarte M. Puruganan, Folk Art the thread to National Art, Lucila A. Salazar and Heritage Publishing, Manila, 1983, (illustrated p.115).
José Joya - The World Was Once Pollution Free

José Joya - The World Was Once Pollution Free

Original 1970
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Lot number: 172
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JOSÉ JOYA (Filipino, 1931-1995) The World Was Once Pollution Free signed 'Joya 1970' (lower right); signed, dated and titled (on the reverse) oil on panel 122 x 163 cm. (48 x 64 1/8 in.) Painted in 1970 Collection of Mr and Mrs Donald Pritzker, Los Angeles, USA Thence by descent to Anthony and Jeanne Pritzker, Los Angeles, USA Private Collection, California, USA Manuel D. Duldulao, Contemporary Philippine Art, Manila, Philippines, 1972 (illustrated, p. 186)
José Joya - (a.)anibong

José Joya - (a.)anibong

Original 1977
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Lot number: 14
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14 Jose Joya 1931 - 1995 (a.)Anibong Signed and dated 1977 (lower right) Charcoal on paper 3/4" x 10 1/2" (19.69cm x 26.67cm) (b.)Donato House Signed and dated 1977 (lower right) Charcoal on paper 7 3/4" x 10 1/2" (19.69cm x 26.67cm) P 18,000 Provenance: Private collection, Navotas. Both pieces are accompanied by certificates issued by Mrs. Josefa Joya-Baldovino confirming the authenticity of the lots.
José Joya - East Meets West

José Joya - East Meets West

Original 1983
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Lot number: 3453
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Lot Description JOSE JOYA (Filipino, 1931-1995) East Meets West signed and dated 'Joya NOVEMBER 25 1983' (lower right); signed, titled and dated 'Joya EAST MEETS WEST NOVEMBER 26, 1983' (on the reverse) mixed media collage 50 x 70 cm. (19 5/8 x 27 1/2 in.) Executed in 1983 Provenance Private Collection, Malaysia Exhibited Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Pesta Kesenian, circa mid 1980s. View Lot Notes > Joya began sketching at the age of eleven. Like his other artistic peers, he was initially trained to paint in the style of realist maestro Fernando Amorsolo, but gradually became influenced American abstraction and by the emerging trends in Philippine modernism. Joya graduated from the University of the Philippines (UP) in 1953 with a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art, earning the distinction of being the university's first Magna cum Laude. In 1954, through the influential assistance of Fernando Zbel, the Spanish government awarded him a one year grant to study painting in Madrid. Other similar grants were also given to Arturo Luz and Nena Saguil. After returning from Spain, Joya finished his Master's Degree in Painting in 1956 at the Cranbrook School of Art in Michigan, with the assistance of a Fulbright Smith-Mundt grant. His mature abstract works have been said to be "characterized by calligraphic gestures and linear forces, and a sense of color vibrancy emanating from an Oriental sensibility." Joya's usage of color was derived from the verdant hues of the Philippine landscape, and his use of rice paper in collages demonstrates a keen interest in transparency; as superbly displayed within East Meets West (Lot 3453)
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