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Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta

Spain (1870 -  1945 ) Wikipedia® : Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta
ZULOAGA Y ZABALETA Ignacio Andaluza Y Señorita

Veritas Leiloes
May 17, 2016
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Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Man With Cane Talking To A Woman In A Doorway

Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Man With Cane Talking To A Woman In A Doorway

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Lot number: 129
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Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta (1870 - 1945 Spanish) Man with cane talking to a woman in a doorway Oil on canvas Signed lower right: I. Zuloaga 14.5" H x 11" W Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure throughout. Stretcher bar creases along the four edges. Frame abrasion along the four edges. Blacklight: Touch-up scattered throughout, including along the four edges and a few small spots and lines on the man and woman. Click here to return to previous menu
Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Spanish Mademoiselle Souty

Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Spanish Mademoiselle Souty

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SPANISH MADEMOISELLE SOUTY Ignacio Zuloaga 1870 - 1945 signed and dated I. Zuloaga 1915 lower right oil on canvas 190 by 120cm., 74¾ by 47¼in. Provenance Carlos Beistegui, Paris (collector Carlos Beistegui, 1863-1953,was a closefriend of the artist. He acquired a number of his paintings, including severaldepicting Mademoiselle MarcelleSouty. Zuloaga also portrayed Beistegui himself on at least seven occasions. Beistegui's collection of18th and 19th Century paintings was donated to the Musée du Louvre) Galeria Barbié, Barcelona Purchased from the above by the present owner in 1980 Exhibited Boston, The Copley Society (and travelling), Exhibition of Paintings by Ignacio Zuloaga Under the Auspices of Mrs. Philip M. Lydig, 1916-1918, no. 11 Aragón,Instituto Aragonés de la Mujer, Imágenes de mujer en la plástica española del siglo XX, Zaragoza, 2003, illustrated in the catalogue Literature The World Magazine, 11 January 1917 Enrique Lafuente Ferrari, The Life and Work of Ignacio Zuloaga, Barcelona, 1991, p. 512, no 399, catalogued Catalogue Note Painted in Paris in 1915, Marcelle Souty's coquettish pose in the present work shows off her gamin good looks to the full. Sporting a brooch bow-tie and elegantly attired in a white blouse,black jacket and raffish full length cullottes,behindher is one of Zuloaga's distinctive tapestries, a recurring studio prop that addstexture and depth to the studio sitting. Zuloaga was introduced to Marcelle Souty by his friend the painter Jean-Gabriel Domergue, for whom she also modelled. Attracted to her distinctive, sophisticated elegance she became one of Zuloaga's favourite models from 1914 until the early 1920s. In his catalogue raisonné Ferrarirecords at least five large scale finished portraits of her, the present work plus one of her standing dressed as a torero, one reclining clothed, one sitting holding a carnation, one dressed in black, and one reclining nude (see Ferrari, nos. 386,400426, 427 & 476).
Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta -  Viejo Torero

Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Viejo Torero

Original 1901
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Lot number: 36
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Ignacío Zuloaga y Zabaleta (Spanish, 1870-1945) Viejo torero inscribed and signed 'Pour les Braves Boers/I. Zuloaga' (lower left) oil on canvas 27 ¾ x 33 1/8 in. (70.5 x 84.1 cm.) Painted in 1901. An artistic descendant of the Spanish Masters Velasquez, Zurbaran, Ribera, El Greco and Goya, Ignacio Zuloaga studied at the School of Fine Arts in Madrid, indulging in his passion for inspiration from these earlier masters. In 1898, he spent six months focusing on the works of Renaissance painters in Rome. With this wealth of learning from these years and the years he spent studying in Paris under the influence of Henri Gervex, Eugène Carrière and his friendships with Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Edgar Degas, Zuloaga emerged as one of the premier Spanish artists in the early years of the 20th century. Although married to a French woman and deeply involved in the artistic life of Paris, Zuloaga spent long periods of time in Spain in order to explore and understand his Basque roots. Truly Spanish by blood and by training, he took great pleasure in painting both the bourgeois and the gypsy, each with profound intellect and a restrained sensuality. The artist's years in Montmartre left a mark upon his painting; the simplicity of his landscapes evokes the work of his friend Paul Gauguin, the defined and elaborate silhouette of his figures recalls the time spent with Toulouse-Lautrec, and the slightly off-center compositional technique was surely inspired by the work of Degas. Degas was the source of perhaps the deepest and longest lasting influence upon the work of Zuloaga. The Spanish artist met Degas very soon after his arrival in Montmartre. The older artist, famed for his unsociability, took an immediate liking to the 'espanolito' as he like to call him, and even invited him to his house for dinner, and Zuloaga in turn invited him to visit his studio. The young Zuloaga venerated the older French artist. 'I feel the deepest possible admiration for this man. He is the major artist of our time (from a letter from Zuloaga, sent from Segovia on 23 August 1912 to P. Lafond, curator of the Museum of Pau and himself a friend of Degas. Quoted in Dallas, The Meadows Museum, Ignacio Zuloaga, exh. cat., May 1991-January 1992, p. 47). Degas's influence was immediate and long-lasting. The most pronounced effect of the French artist upon the Spanish painter was in his composition: the enlarging and off-center placement of the figure. Movement was critical to Degas, and clearly this can be seen in the work of Zuloaga, and particularly in the present work. The placement of the figure slightly to the right of the canvas lends fluidity to the composition that is further emphasized by the swirling clouds and the undulating landscape. Although the aging man is obviously deliberately posing, there is immediacy to the painting which makes the viewer aware that there was a rapport between the artist and his subject. The subject of this work, El Buñolero, was painted several times by Zuloaga. Born Carlos Albarran, he received his nickname from his previous employment as a fritter maker. Albarran was interviewed in Blanco y Negro, and the interview was published in the 21 April 1900 issue, along with contemporary photographs of Albarran, wearing the costume in which he is portrayed in the present painting (fig. 1). In the interview, he gives his age as 79, and it is his job to open the pens to release the bulls into the ring. He has been doing this for 58 years. He reminisces about all the great bullfighters he has seen, remembering each one clearly. He talks about injuries he has suffered, and deaths he has witnessed in the rings, both of the bulls and the matadors. Zuloaga has captured the essence of Albarran in this striking portrait. His costume is not quite as crisp as it should be, his shoulders are slightly stooped, his hairline is receding. His eyes have seen the release of the bulls 16,720 times, and he does not look directly at the viewer but rather his eyes seem to be fixed on the sights of the bullring. He is lost in the world of the corrida, as in his own words, he has \\\‘dedicated his life to the bulls\\\’ (\\\‘Interview con El Buñolero\\\’, Blanco y Negro, 21 April 1900, n.p.). This painting was donated by the artist to a lottery organized by the Dutch consul in Madrid to benefit the Boer War and it was then sold at public auction because it had not been won. The purchaser enagaed in correspondence with Zuloaga who indicated in a letter dated 8 October 1911 that he would be interested in buying the painting back. It was clearly a personal favorite of his. We are grateful to María Rosa Suárez-Zuloaga of the Archivo Museo Ignacio Zuloaga, Castillo de Pedraza, for confirming the authenticity of this painting. (fig. 1) Carlos Albarran, 1900.
Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Andaluza Y Señorita

Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Andaluza Y Señorita

Original 1903
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Lot number: 283
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"Andaluza y Señorita", 1903

Author: Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta (1870-1945) Oil on canvas

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125x139 cm Category: Paintings
Notes: This work belonged to Walter Rathenau, AEG heir and Minister for Foreign Affairs during the Weimar Republic. Rathenau assembled a remarkable painting collection with works of the 18th and 19th century as well as contemporary artists in Schloss Freienwalde, a palace that he acquired in 1909 as his summer resort.
In 1922 after the Rapallo Treaty with the Soviet Union - in which both sides renounced its territorial and financial claims established at the Brest-Litovsk Treaty – Rathenau is assassinated by two ultra nationalist “Organization Consul” officials. After his death the work by Zuloaga was donated to the Städel Museum by his mother in memory of her child, where it remained until the re-foundation of the Foundation created by Rathenau in 1918 and closed in 1933 by the Nazi party.
With the re-foundation of the “Walter Rathenau-Stift GmbH” in 1991, the work “Andalusia y Señorita” is exhibited at Schloss Freienwalde.
Colecção Walter Rathenau
Städel Museum, Frankfurt
Rathenau Museum, Freienwalde
Private collection
Exhibitions:
Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1903
Internationale Kunstausstellung, Kunstapalast zu Düsseldorf, 1904, nº 2274
Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Peasant Labourers

Ignacio Zuloaga Y Zabaleta - Peasant Labourers

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Lot number: 1624
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Lot 1624: Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta, Peasant Labourers
Ignacio Zuloaga (1870-1945)
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We have received a spoken confirmation of the authenticity of this work from the Museo Casa Zuloaga.Ignacio Zuloaga also used this composition in a large oil painting. The 193 x 121 cm work was auctioned in Cologne in 1940 (Lempertz auction 409, 23./24.10.1940, lot 302).
VAT: Margin scheme
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32.5 x 23 cm
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Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta
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Black chalk, heightened with white
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