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      • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (1895 - 1984), signed, night landscape, Granada School, 20th century
        Mar. 21, 2024

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (1895 - 1984), signed, night landscape, Granada School, 20th century

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        Oil on canvas. Signed at the lower right angle: M. A. Ortiz. Painter born in Jaén but established in Granada, a city that inspired him to produce most of his pictorial series. Measures without frame: 44 x 32 cm. Framed measures: 56 x 44 cm.

        Templum Fine Art Auctions
      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984 Untitled Watercolor and pencil on pape
        Dec. 12, 2023

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984 Untitled Watercolor and pencil on pape

        Est: -

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984 Untitled Watercolor and pencil on paper Stamped signature Measurements 56 x 44 cm

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      • "Heads" in charcoal on paper by Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, January 13, 1895-Paris, April 4, 1984), a contemporary Spanish school of the 20th century
        Nov. 29, 2023

        "Heads" in charcoal on paper by Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, January 13, 1895-Paris, April 4, 1984), a contemporary Spanish school of the 20th century

        Est: €1,200 - €1,400

        Charcoal on paper, paper measurements: 30 x 21 cm, framed measurements: 43 x 34 cm

        Templum Fine Art Auctions
      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Portrait of Mrs. Fina Gómez Revenga
        Sep. 19, 2023

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Portrait of Mrs. Fina Gómez Revenga

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        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1895-Paris 1984 Portrait of Mrs. Fina Gómez Revenga. c. 1961 Oil on canvas Signed Measures 116 x 89 cm.

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      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Study for the Portrait of Fina Gómez Revenga
        Sep. 19, 2023

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Study for the Portrait of Fina Gómez Revenga

        Est: -

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984 Study for the Portrait of Fina Gómez Revenga. 1960 Ballpoint pen on paper Signed Size 22 x 14 cm

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      • MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ Jaén (1895) / Paris (1984) "Naked", 1964
        Jun. 13, 2023

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ Jaén (1895) / Paris (1984) "Naked", 1964

        Est: €750 - €1,000

        Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. On the back titled Measurements: 14 x 18 cm

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      • View of Plaza de Pueblo, Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, January 13, 1895-Paris, April 4, 1984)
        May. 30, 2023

        View of Plaza de Pueblo, Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, January 13, 1895-Paris, April 4, 1984)

        Est: €3,000 - €3,500

        Oil on tablex, tablex measures: 55 x 79 cm. With Exhibition label and Gallery Seal on the back.

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      • MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ Jaén (1895) / Paris (1984) "Tree"
        Dec. 13, 2022

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ Jaén (1895) / Paris (1984) "Tree"

        Est: €225 - €300

        Charcoal on paper Signed with the artist's stamp in the lower right corner Measurements: 27 x 18 cm

        Ansorena
      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-París 1984 Sailboat Marker and pen on paper
        Oct. 25, 2022

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-París 1984 Sailboat Marker and pen on paper

        Est: -

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-París 1984 Sailboat Marker and pen on paper Printed signature Measures 17 x 14 cm

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      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-París 1984 Sailboat Marker and pen on paper
        Mar. 29, 2022

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-París 1984 Sailboat Marker and pen on paper

        Est: €500 - €1,000

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-París 1984 Sailboat Marker and pen on paper Stamped signature Measures 17 x 14 cm

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      • MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 – Paris, 1984). "Albaicin", 1962. Watercolor on paper. Work reproduced in: -GERARD XURIGUERA., Art Notebooks, Miguel Ángel Ortiz, Iberian European Editions, 1976.
        Feb. 15, 2022

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 – Paris, 1984). "Albaicin", 1962. Watercolor on paper. Work reproduced in: -GERARD XURIGUERA., Art Notebooks, Miguel Ángel Ortiz, Iberian European Editions, 1976.

        Est: €10,000 - €12,000

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 - Paris, 1984). "Albaicín", 1962. Watercolour on paper. Work reproduced in: -GERARD XURIGUERA, Cuadernos de Arte, Miguel Ángel Ortiz, Ibérico Europea de Ediciones,1976. Signed and dated on the lower right-hand side. Measurements: 50 x 65 cm; 67 x 83 cm (frame). In 1957 Manuel Ángeles Ortiz returned to Granada and in a new contact with the landscape and culture of the city, a year later he decided to undertake an artistic series which would last until the 70s. This series, called Albaicín, brought together a large number of works conceived in different media such as paper or cardboard, and portrayed the mythical quarter through the use of a wide panoramic view and different lighting approaches. In this particular case the artist recreates the narrow streets of the Albaicín, thanks to the use of geometric structures that make up the buildings, despite the apparent order there is a certain chaos that brings a certain dynamism to the scene. This use of geometric structures, which in a conceptual way represent the architecture of the Albaicín, was recurrent in the work of Manuel Ángeles Ortiz, in fact, an example can be seen in the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, whose collection has a painting of the same title and year. A representative of the Spanish School of Paris, Manuel Ángeles Ortiz began his training in Granada, in the studio of José Larrocha. He later completed his studies at the Escuela Superior de Artes Industriales in the city and then moved to Madrid, where he continued his training in the studio of Cecilio Plá. In 1915 he made his debut in a group exhibition, receiving very good reviews in the local press. At the same time, he began to produce drawings for various publications. In the early 1920s, following the death of his wife, the painter moved to Paris. There he painted frenetically, with Picasso as his main supporter and first enthusiast. His painting abandoned cubic forms to focus on fully dreamlike images, which he presented in Paris in his first one-man show, held at the Quatre Chemins gallery in 1926. In 1932 he returned to Spain, but his anti-fascist stance led him to take refuge in France once again at the end of the Civil War. After a brief stay in Paris he went to Buenos Aires, where he became fully integrated into the artistic scene and lived until 1948, when he returned to Paris for good. He is currently represented in the Museo Nacional Reina Sofía in Madrid, the ARTIUM in Vitoria, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Seville, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Grenoble, the Federico García Lorca, Mapfre and Telefónica Foundations and the Bargera gallery in Cologne, among other public and private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 – Paris, 1984). "Interior with nude", 1950. Watercolor on paper. Work reproduced in: -GERARD XURIGUERA
        Feb. 15, 2022

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 – Paris, 1984). "Interior with nude", 1950. Watercolor on paper. Work reproduced in: -GERARD XURIGUERA

        Est: €5,000 - €6,000

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 - Paris, 1984). "Interior with nude", 1950. Watercolour on paper. Work reproduced in: -GERARD XURIGUERA, Cuadernos de Arte, Miguel Ángel Ortiz, Ibérico Europea de Ediciones, 1976. Signed and dated in the lower left area. Measurements: 56 x 45 cm; 67 x 55,5 cm (frame). According to the Museo Reina Sofía "From his first stay in Paris, Pablo Picasso's imprint on his work is profound. His painting shows the same alternation of languages (late Cubism, line drawing and rounded and monumental volumes of classical inspiration, etc.), a symptom of the different approaches to a return to order promulgated by different voices, from Cahiers d'Art to Jean Cocteau or Amédée Ozenfant. On the other hand, as Carmona points out, his friendship and professional relationship with the composer Manuel de Falla influenced his work in two ways: the aesthetic appreciation of music and the strengthening of "the relationship between the popular figurative tradition and modern art". A representative of the Spanish School of Paris, Manuel Ángeles Ortiz began his training in Granada, in the studio of José Larrocha. He later completed his studies at the Escuela Superior de Artes Industriales in the city, before moving to Madrid, where he continued his training in the studio of Cecilio Plá. In 1915 he made his debut in a group exhibition, receiving very good reviews in the local press. At the same time, he began to produce drawings for various publications. In the early 1920s, following the death of his wife, the painter moved to Paris. There he painted frenetically, with Picasso as his main supporter and first enthusiast. His painting abandoned cubic forms to focus on fully dreamlike images, which he presented in Paris in his first one-man show, held at the Quatre Chemins gallery in 1926. In 1932 he returned to Spain, but his anti-fascist stance led him to take refuge in France again at the end of the Civil War. After a brief stay in Paris he went to Buenos Aires, where he became fully integrated into the artistic scene and lived until 1948, when he returned to Paris for good. He is currently represented in the Museo Nacional Reina Sofía in Madrid, the ARTIUM in Vitoria, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Seville, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Grenoble, the Federico García Lorca, Mapfre and Telefónica Foundations and the Bargera gallery in Cologne, among other public and private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 - Paris, 1984). "Sculpture", 1972. Oil on canvas.
        Oct. 19, 2021

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 - Paris, 1984). "Sculpture", 1972. Oil on canvas.

        Est: €6,000 - €7,000

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ (Jaén, 1895 - Paris, 1984). "Sculpture", 1972. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Titled on the back. Measurements: 46 x 38 cm; 58 x 50 cm (frame). In the exhibition dedicated by the Museo y Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, it was pointed out that the work of Manuel Ángeles Ortiz is difficult to classify. This difficulty is appreciated even in this work, where the artist makes a game through the title and the support, thus inviting the viewer to reflect on the work. This same reflection is what he transferred to all his artistic work, for this reason it is difficult to classify it as part of a movement, or a specific aesthetic. During the 60's he created his work geometric head, he was interested in the human figure and compositional analysis. In this work you can appreciate these interests, but at the same time a surrealist heritage. The work of Manuel Ángeles Ortiz shows the same alternation of languages (late Cubism, line drawing and round and monumental volumes of classical inspiration, etc.), a symptom of the different approaches to a return to order, promulgated by different voices, from Cahiers d'Art to Jean Cocteau or Amédée Ozenfant. He was an independent artist, difficult to classify stylistically, as he did not stop experimenting throughout his career, although he rejected abstract painting. That is why he is attracted to surrealism for "its enigmatic lyricism, not its morbid aberrations of psychotic subjection", as he himself points out. Manuel Ángeles Ortiz was an essential artist in the renewal of art in Spain throughout the 1920s and until the Civil War in Spain. Representative of the Spanish School of Paris, Manuel Ángeles Ortiz began his training in Granada, in the studio of José Larrocha. He later completed his studies at the Escuela Superior de Artes Industriales in the city, and then moved to Madrid, where he continued his training in the studio of Cecilio Plá. In 1915 he made his debut in a collective exhibition, receiving very good reviews in the local press. At the beginning of the twenties he moves to Paris, where he will have in Picasso his main support and first enthusiast. There he had his first individual exhibition, held at the Quatre Chemins gallery in 1926. In 1932 he returned to Spain, but his anti-fascist stance led him to go first to Paris and then to Buenos Aires, where he became fully integrated in the artistic environment and lived until 1948, when he returned to Paris for good. From his first stay in Paris, Pablo Picasso's imprint on his work is profound. The same happens in Buenos Aires, his series of woods are not found objects, but pieces worked following his own intuitions. All this is linked to the tradition of the poetics of the primitive, developed by artists such as Benjamin Palencia, Angel Ferrant, or Alberto Sanchez, but also by Paul Klee, Jean Arp and Constantin Brancusi. From the fifties in his work persist the landscape and the human figure but approaches informalism. He is currently represented in the Reina Sofía National Museum in Madrid, the ARTIUM in Vitoria, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the Contemporary Art Museum in Seville, the Fine Arts Museum in Grenoble, the Federico García Lorca, Mapfre and Telefónica Foundations and the Bargera Gallery in Cologne, among other public and private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984
        Dec. 15, 2020

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984

        Est: -

        Alhambra Watercolor and pencil on paper Signed Size 25 x 25.7 cm

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      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984
        Dec. 15, 2020

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984

        Est: -

        Landscape Oil on canvas Signed Size 27 x 35.5 cm

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      • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895-París, 1984) "Sin título".
        Dec. 10, 2020

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895-París, 1984) "Sin título".

        Est: €180 -

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895-París, 1984) "Sin título". Dibujo a tinta sobre papel. Firmado. 17 x 22 cm.

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      • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895-París, 1984) "El beso".
        Dec. 10, 2020

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895-París, 1984) "El beso".

        Est: €250 -

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895-París, 1984) "El beso". Dibujo a carboncillo sobre cartulina. Firmado. 42 x 56 cm.

        Aletheia Subastas
      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984
        Oct. 27, 2020

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1885-Paris 1984

        Est: -

        Multiple heads Ink on paper Size 19 x 12 cm

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      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1895-Paris 1984
        Oct. 27, 2020

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1895-Paris 1984

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        Pigeon. 1962 Waxes on paper Signed and dated 1962 Size 53 x 48 cm BIBLIOGRAPHY: -Gerard Xuriguera, "Manuel Ángeles Ortiz. Contemporary Notebooks of Drawing and Painting No. 49", Ed. Ibérico Europea de Ediciones, Madrid 1976, rperod. s / p

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      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Melisendra II Gardens
        Jul. 14, 2020

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Melisendra II Gardens

        Est: €850 -

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jain 1895-Paris 1984 Melisendra II Gardens Watercolor on paper Signed with stamp Size 29.5 x 21 cm

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      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Light shadows
        Jun. 02, 2020

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Light shadows

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        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaén 1895-Paris 1984 Light shadows Gouache on paper Signed Size: 26 x 20.5 cm Certificate of Mr. Alberto Novakosky

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      • MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Retrato de Dª Fina Gómez Revenga
        Sep. 17, 2019

        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ - Retrato de Dª Fina Gómez Revenga

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        MANUEL ANGELES ORTIZ Jaen 1895-Paris 1984 Retrato de Dª Fina Gómez Revenga. c. 1961 Oil painting on canvas Signed Measurements 116 x 89 cm.

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      • ÁNGELES ORTIZ, MANUEL (1895-1984). “Paisaje con perspectiva”. Acuarela, de 28x23 cm. Firmada.
        Apr. 19, 2018

        ÁNGELES ORTIZ, MANUEL (1895-1984). “Paisaje con perspectiva”. Acuarela, de 28x23 cm. Firmada.

        Est: -

        ÁNGELES ORTIZ, MANUEL (1895-1984). “Paisaje con perspectiva”. Watercolor, 28x23 cm. Signed.

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      • "MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ"
        Apr. 23, 2015

        "MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ"

        Est: -

        Catálogo de exposición en el palacio de los Condes de Gavia, 1993.

        Bonanova Subastas
      • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz Jaén 1895 - Paris 1984 Untitled OIl on canvas Signed and dated in 1977 46x38 cm
        Feb. 27, 2014

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz Jaén 1895 - Paris 1984 Untitled OIl on canvas Signed and dated in 1977 46x38 cm

        Est: €2,750 -

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz Jaén 1895 – Paris 1984 Untitled OIl on canvas Signed and dated in 1977 46x38 cm Manuel Ángeles Ortiz Jaén 1895 – París 1984 Sin título Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado y fechado en 1977 46x38 cm

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      • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895 - París, 1984)
        Dec. 01, 2012

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895 - París, 1984)

        Est: - €2,000

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895 - París, 1984) Técnica mixta sobre papel. Firmado y fechado en 1917. Pequeño desperfecto en un magen del papel. La juventud del pintor transcurre en Granada, donde se relaciona con Ismael González de la Serna y Federico García Lorca, de quien fue uno de sus mejores amigos. Ilustró numerosos libros poéticos de la Generación del 27 y fue amigo además de Rafael Alberti. Obra de coleccionista, enmarcada en plena Vanguardia y de gran sensibilidad artística. Medidas: 33 x 25 cm

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      • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895 - París, 1984)
        May. 12, 2012

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895 - París, 1984)

        Est: -

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895 - París, 1984) Técnica mixta sobre papel. Firmado y fechado en 1917. Pequeño desperfecto en un magen del papel. La juventud del pintor transcurre en Granada, donde se relaciona con Ismael González de la Serna y Federico García Lorca, de quien fue uno de sus mejores amigos. Ilustró numerosos libros poéticos de la Generación del 27 y fue amigo además de Rafael Alberti. Obra de coleccionista, enmarcada en plena Vanguardia y de gran sensibilidad artística. Medidas: 33 x 25 cm. Precio de salida: 2.800

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      • MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (JAÉN, 1885 - PARÍS, 1984)
        Oct. 02, 2008

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (JAÉN, 1885 - PARÍS, 1984)

        Est: €12,000 - €18,000

        MANUEL ÁNGELES ORTIZ (JAÉN, 1885 - PARÍS, 1984) CABEZA CON PELO firmado áng, inf. dcho: MAORTIZ óleo sobre tablex 65 x 44 cm

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      • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1885 - París, 1984)
        Oct. 04, 2006

        Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1885 - París, 1984)

        Est: €15,000 - €20,000

        Cabeza de mujer firmado áng. inf. dcho: MA Ortiz óleo sobre lienzo 65 x 54 cm. Pintado en 1975.

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