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Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz

(17151780 ) - Artworks
MORLETTE Y RUIZ Juan Patricio San Antonio De Padua

Anteo Subastas /Mar 16, 2011
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Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - Joseph’’s Ascension

Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - Joseph’’s Ascension

Original 1774
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Lot number: 7
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Condition: The painting is in good condition, showing tiny stains and paint losses. New and irregularly darkened varnish. The frame is chipped in places. The inspection under UV light reveals some small areas of retouching within the depiction. The dimensions of the painting are 81 x 63.5 cm, while the frame measures 105 x 88 cm. Juan Patricio Morlete y Ruiz (1715-c.1780) Juan Patricio Morlete y Ruiz was born in 1715 in San Miguel el Grande in Guanajuato and is of Spanish-Indian descent. He moved to Mexico City in 1729, where he was educated by José de Ibarra. Morlete y Ruiz painted mainly religious subjects, but also portraits. He soon became one of the most important artists of his generation. (cko) Oil on copper Mexico, 1774 Mexico, 1774 Juan Patricio Morlete y Ruiz (1715-c.1780) - Mexican painter Signed ‘Joans Patris Morlete Ruiz Pingt.’’’’ lower right Scene depicting the dreams of the Pharaoh - Joseph ascension to Viceroy, Genesis 41 Inscribed ‘Fue tocada a Nra. S.ra de Guadalupe de Mexico en 20 de Abril de 1774 por el Abad de la Colegiata Dr. Dn. Diego Sanchez Pareja.’’’’ and ‘SIT PICTORI QVIES’’’’ Inscribed ‘Ite Ad Joseph Gen. 41’’’’ upper left [Go to Joseph!] Dimensions: 81 x 63.5 cm Gilt ornate frame: 105 x 88 cm Good condition
Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - Virgen De Guadalupe

Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - Virgen De Guadalupe

Original 1750
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Lot number: 226
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Juan Patricio Morlete y Ruiz (1713-1772) Virgen de Guadalupe inscribed 'Juan Patri.s Morlete.' lower left oil on copper 16½ x 12¾in. (42 x 32.3cm.) Executed ca. 1750 Saleroom Notice Please note that the correct dimensions for this lot are 16½ x 12¾in. (42 x 32.3cm.) Provenance Private collection, Madrid Lot Notes It is believed that he studied under the painter José de Ibarra whom he quickly surpassed through domination of compositions, treatment of figures and a brilliant roccoco palette. He was also known for his draftmanship. His works include traditional religious painting, with a marked preference for allegories as well as portraiture and cityscapes. We can link the present painting to two other Guadalupanas. The first signed and dated 1763, today in the Parish of Santa María de Uribarri in Durango, Vizcaya, and the second, at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia. The latter one and the present painting are almost identical in composition.
Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - San Antonio De Padua

Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - San Antonio De Padua

Original 1761
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Lot number: 16
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Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - Portrait Of Saint Luis Gonzaga

Juan Patricio Morlette Y Ruiz - Portrait Of Saint Luis Gonzaga

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Lot number: 156
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Juan Patricio Morlete Ruiz (Mexican 1713-1772) Portrait of Saint Luis Gonzaga signed 'Juan Patri M Ruiz' (lower right) oil on copper 16½ x 12½ in. (42 x 32 cm.) Provenance Private collection, Madrid. Acquired from the above by the present owner, Madrid.
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