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Portrait painter, Genre Painter, Historical-scenes painter, Illustrator, b. 1837 - d. 1903

José Jiménez Aranda (7 February 1837 – 6 May 1903) was a Spanish painter and brother of the painters Luis Jiménez Aranda and Manuel Jiménez Aranda.

Origins and early influences: He was initiated in his first steps towards becoming a painter by Manuel Cabral and Eduardo Cano de la Peña.

Gifted at drawing, in 1851 he entered the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de Santa Isabel de Hungría (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary) in Seville. In 1868 he studied the collections in the Museo del Prado (Prado Museum) in Madrid, especially those of Goya and Velázquez. In 1867 he travelled to Jerez de la Frontera to work as a restorer and designer of stained glass. In 1871 he moved to Rome, where he remained for four years, getting to know Mariano Fortuny, who greatly influenced his paintings.

Travel: In 1881 he moved to París, where he studied for nine years, painting works set in the eighteenth century in the style of Fortuny with notable success. In 1890 he moved to Madrid, painting scenes of everyday life in a more costumbrista style.
Return to his city of birth

The death of his wife and daughter in 1892 resulted in his returning to his city of birth for the rest of his life. There he was appointed member of the Academy of Fine Arts, where he became a teacher, a position he held until his death in 1903. Daniel Vázquez Díaz, Eugenio Hermoso, Ricardo López Cabrera, Manuel González Santos and Sanz Arizmendi were his pupils during this time in Seville.

In the last decade of the nineteenth century he frequented the Alcala de Guadaíra circle of landscape painters, leaving this genre some examples of "grand master" works (according to Sorolla).

Among his best known works are: A Pass in the Bullring (1880), Una desgracia (A Disaster – 1890) and Slave for Sale (c.1897).

He was also a noted cartoonist and illustrator, producing 689 highlighted drawings for the tercentenary edition of Don Quijote (published 1905).

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        • JOSe JIMeNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Pleasantries", 1895
          Jan. 24, 2024

          JOSe JIMeNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Pleasantries", 1895

          Est: €51,000 - €68,000

          Oil on canvas Signed, dated and located "Seville" in the lower right corner. Bibliography: - Pantorba, B. de, "The painter Jimenez Aranda", ed. Bibliographical, Madrid, nº 114 - Exhibition catalog "Jose Jimenez Aranda 1837-1903", El Monte Cultural Center, Seville 2005; p. 90 (b/w) Measurements: 67 x 85 cm

          Ansorena
        • Jose Jimenez Aranda (1837-1903) Spanish, Etching
          Jan. 21, 2024

          Jose Jimenez Aranda (1837-1903) Spanish, Etching

          Est: $100 - $200

          Jose Jimenez Aranda (1837-1903) Spanish, Etching. Titled 'A Spanish Workman'. 1879 etching. Signed. Overall Size: 16 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. Sight Size: 9 x 7 in. #1175 . Jose Jimenez Aranda is known for Painting. José Jiménez Aranda, brother of Luis and Manuel Jiménez Aranda, was a Spanish painter and illustrator who began his training with Manuel Cabral and Eduardo Cano de la Peña. His talent for drawing helped him to enter the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville in 1851. In 1868 he was in Madrid, where he learned in the Prado Museum of the best masters, feeling special predilection for Goya and Velázquez. In 1867 he was in Jerez de la Frontera working as a restorer and designer of stained glass and, four years later, he managed to go to Rome, where he met Mariano Fortuny. He returned four years later. Between 1881 and 1890 he lived in Paris, making a series of works among which stand out those set in the eighteenth century, with great influence of Fortuny, by the success that brought him. When he returned to Madrid, he dedicated himself to a work with daily themes, but with a more costumbrist air. In 1892 he returned to Seville, where he worked as a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts until his death. He was teaching in turn to prominent figures such as Eugenio Hermoso, Manuel González Santos, etc., and frequenting the so-called "landscape circle of Alcalá de Guadaira" towards the end of the 19th century. Although his best known works are the scenes inspired by the art of the seventeenth century, he also dealt with religious themes and landscapes.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Characters Watercolor on paper Meas
          Dec. 12, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Characters Watercolor on paper Meas

          Est: -

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Characters Watercolor on paper Measurements 203 x 183 mm With testamentary seal on the back

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        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Scene from Don Quixote"
          Nov. 07, 2023

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Scene from Don Quixote"

          Est: €900 - €1,200

          Gouache and inks on paper Signed in the lower right corner. On the back certified by Bernardino de Pantorba in 1971. Measurements: 27 x 35 cm

          Ansorena
        • JOSÉ JIMENEZ ARANDA (Seville 1837 - 1903) "Portrait of Diego Velázquez"
          Oct. 04, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMENEZ ARANDA (Seville 1837 - 1903) "Portrait of Diego Velázquez"

          Est: €125 - €150

          JOSÉ JIMENEZ ARANDA (Seville 1837 - 1903) "Portrait of Diego Velázquez" Drawing on paper With seal "F. Aranda" 17,5 x 12 cm 125 - 150 €

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "The Christmas Eve Turkey", 1870
          Oct. 03, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "The Christmas Eve Turkey", 1870

          Est: €18,000 - €24,000

          Oil on canvas Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Measurements: 50 x 62cm

          Ansorena
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Don Quixote"
          Oct. 03, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Don Quixote"

          Est: €360 - €480

          Grisaille on paper Signed and located in the lower left corner. On the back certified by Bernardino de Pantorba, grandson of the author. Work inherited by Pepa, the painter's daughter. This work is the first made to illustrate Don Quixote. It was reproduced as the first plate in the first volume of his illustrations of the work of Cervantes collected in the "Quijote del Centenario" edition that began to be published in 1905 until 1909 Measurements: 24 x 39 cm

          Ansorena
        • Niña con libro y vela
          Sep. 20, 2023

          Niña con libro y vela

          Est: -

          Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho: Jiménez Aranda. Presenta manchas de humedad y marcas de cinta adhesiva.

          Isbilya Subastas
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Portrait of his son Pepe
          Jul. 04, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Portrait of his son Pepe

          Est: -

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Portrait of his son Pepe. 1890 Oil on canvas Signed and dated in Paris Size 137 x 73 cm

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Sevilla, 1837 – 1903). “Fan country with embroidered scene”. Embroidered thread and gouache on canvas. It has a frame with damage. Signed in the lower right corner.
          May. 30, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Sevilla, 1837 – 1903). “Fan country with embroidered scene”. Embroidered thread and gouache on canvas. It has a frame with damage. Signed in the lower right corner.

          Est: €3,000 - €3,500

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Seville, 1837 - 1903). "Country fan with embroidered scene". Embroidered thread and gouache on canvas. It has a damaged frame. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 27 x 61 cm; 50 x 86 cm (frame). In this "país de abanico" Jiménez Aranda displays a whole display of virtuosity that goes beyond the composition and the detail of the small format figures adapted to perfection to the dimensions of the support. Not only does he work the work pictorially, but he also introduces details in gold and silver thread that reproduce in a true-to-life manner the "alamares", or decorative appliqués of the bullfighters' costumes. Taking advantage of the landscape format of the Aranda fan, he introduces us to an image that perfectly captures the society of the time, as it not only portrays the bullfighting scene but also shows flamenco women and gentrified men in the background. The work falls within the framework of the rise of regionalism in Spain in the second half of the 19th century and the first third of the 20th century, with the development of an art with a Romantic, costumbrista heritage and a realistic and meticulous style, which focused on depicting subjects, themes and characters that reflected a new sense of folklore. In this context, the painters sought to reflect the types and customs of their own land, which made it different and unique, thus vindicating their own roots and, above all, the traditions and ways of dressing and behaving that were threatened by the notable growth of urban areas and the imposition of new fashions brought in from outside. José Jiménez Aranda, brother of Luis and Manuel Jiménez Aranda, was a Spanish painter and illustrator who began his training with Manuel Cabral and Eduardo Cano de la Peña. His talent for drawing helped him to gain admission to the Santa Isabel de Hungría Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Seville in 1851. In 1868 he was in Madrid, where he learned in the Prado Museum from the best masters, feeling a special predilection for Goya and Velázquez. In 1867 he was in Jerez de la Frontera working as a restorer and designer of stained-glass windows and, four years later, he managed to go to Rome, where he met Mariano Fortuny. He returned four years later. Between 1881 and 1890 he lived in Paris, where he produced a series of works, most notably those set in the 18th century, which were greatly influenced by Fortuny, due to the success they brought him. When he returned to Madrid, he devoted himself to works with everyday themes but with a more costumbrist air. In 1892 he returned to Seville, where he taught at the Academy of Fine Arts until his death, in turn teaching leading figures such as Eugenio Hermoso, Manuel González Santos, etc., and frequenting the so-called "landscape circle of Alcalá de Guadaira" towards the end of the 19th century. Although his best-known works are the scenes inspired by 17th-century art, he also dealt with religious themes and landscapes. His work received numerous awards during his lifetime (Honourable Mention at the National Fine Arts Exhibitions of 1864 and 1866; First Medal at the 1890 Exhibition, Medal of Honour at the Munich International Exhibition of 1883...), and is held in important private collections and institutions such as the Museo Carmen Thyssen in Malaga, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Seville, the Museo del Prado in Madrid, etc.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Don Quixote"
          May. 10, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Don Quixote"

          Est: €600 - €800

          Grisaille on paper Signed and located in the lower left corner. On the back certified by Bernardino de Pantorba, grandson of the author. Work inherited by the daughter of the painter Pepa This work is the first made to illustrate Don Quixote. It was reproduced as the first Plate in the 1st volume of his illustrations of the work of Cervantes collected in the "Quijote del Centenario" edition that began to be published in 1905 until 1909 Measurements: 24 x 39 cm

          Ansorena
        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA. Seville (1837 / 1903). "Moment of Rest", 1881
          May. 10, 2023

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA. Seville (1837 / 1903). "Moment of Rest", 1881

          Est: €21,000 - €28,000

          Oil on table. Signed, dated and located in Paris in the lower left corner. 32 x 23 cm.

          Ansorena
        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "The Violinist", 1887
          Mar. 28, 2023

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "The Violinist", 1887

          Est: €10,500 - €14,000

          Oil on panel Signed, located in Paris and dated in the lower right corner Measurements: 32.5 x 24 cm

          Ansorena
        • ANTIQUE SPANISH ETCHINGS BY JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA
          Mar. 18, 2023

          ANTIQUE SPANISH ETCHINGS BY JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA

          Est: $100 - $150

          A lot of 15 copies of antique late 19th-century etching by Jose Jimenez Aranda, 1837 to 1903, a Spanish painter and illustrator. The artwork depicts an interior court scene with a dwarf. Signed by the artist, dated Paris, 1886 in the lower right. Signed by the artist in pencil in the lower left. Signed by the printmaker in pencil in the lower right, Charles Courtry, 1846 to 1897, an English engraver and etcher. Embossed hallmark AW in the lower left. Collectible European Graphic Art.

          Antique Arena Inc
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Winged figure carrying a cup
          Feb. 07, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Winged figure carrying a cup

          Est: -

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Winged figure carrying a cup Charcoal drawing on paper Measurements 290 x 220 mm With testamentary seal.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Scene from Don Quixote"
          Jan. 17, 2023

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Scene from Don Quixote"

          Est: €270 - €360

          Ink and pencil on paper Signed and dated in the lower right corner 20.5 x 32.5 cm

          Ansorena
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Young man indoors embroidering"
          Nov. 02, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Young man indoors embroidering"

          Est: €9,000 - €12,000

          Oil on canvas Signed in the lower left corner Size: 50 x 36 cm

          Ansorena
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Funeral passage Pencil drawing on paper
          Oct. 25, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Funeral passage Pencil drawing on paper

          Est: -

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Funeral passage Pencil drawing on paper Measures 220 x 350 mm With testamentary seal

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Study for the diploma of the School of Fine A
          Oct. 25, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Study for the diploma of the School of Fine A

          Est: -

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Study for the diploma of the School of Fine Arts in Seville Pencil drawing on paper Measures 230 x 350 mm With testamentary seal.

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        • José Jiménez Aranda. The curious
          Sep. 28, 2022

          José Jiménez Aranda. The curious

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas. Signed and dated (1870) in the lower right corner.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA - Seville 1837 - 1903
          Sep. 20, 2022

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA - Seville 1837 - 1903

          Est: -

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Allegorical study of the Arts crowning the graduates of the School of Fine Arts of Seville Ink drawing on paper With testamentary seal Measures 165 x 215mm On the back certified by the painter's grandson.

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        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA - Seville 1837 - 1903
          Sep. 20, 2022

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA - Seville 1837 - 1903

          Est: -

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Project for diploma of the School of Fine Arts of Seville pencil drawing on paper Signed and titled (with artist's stamp) Measures 405 x 560mm Certified by the artist's grandson.

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        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA - Seville 1837 - 1903
          Sep. 20, 2022

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA - Seville 1837 - 1903

          Est: -

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Study for the painting "El mentidero" pencil drawing on paper With testamentary seal Measures 260 x 320mm Study for the painting by the same author entitled "El mentidero", signed and dated in Seville in 1877, which is reproduced in The Spanish and American Illustration of the same year.

          Subastas Segre
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Bath time
          Jul. 05, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Bath time

          Est: €9,000 - €18,000

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Bathtime Oil on canvas Signed in Seville Measures 50 x 70 cm

          Subastas Segre
        • Aranda, José Jimenez
          May. 21, 2022

          Aranda, José Jimenez

          Est: -

          Aranda, José Jimenez 1837 Sevilla - 1903 Sevilla Der Neuankömmling. Signiert (Stempel). Kohlezeichnung. 28 x 41 cm.

          Dusseldorfer Auktionshaus
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Scene from Don Quixote
          May. 10, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville (1837 / 1903) "Scene from Don Quixote

          Est: €450 - €600

          Ink and pencil on paper Signed and dated in lower right corner .20.5 x 32.5 cm

          Ansorena
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Sevilla, 1837 - 1903) Título: Don Quijote y los mer
          Apr. 07, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Sevilla, 1837 - 1903) Título: Don Quijote y los mer

          Est: -

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Sevilla, 1837 - 1903) Título: Don Quijote y los mercaderes Firmado: J. Aranda Acuarela sobre papel 22x31 cm

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        • PAREJA DE ESCENAS DE D. QUIJOTE
          Mar. 09, 2022

          PAREJA DE ESCENAS DE D. QUIJOTE

          Est: -

          Firmados en la parte inferior: "J. Jiménez". Titulados y fechados en la trasera: - "D. QUIJOTE / ... que aquello mas parecian golpes de caida. / No fueron golpes, dijo Sancho / Parte I . cap. XVI / Sevilla, 1870". - "D. QUIJOTE / ... daba el arriero a Sancho, Sancho à la / moza, la moza a él, el ventero a la moza / y todos menudeaban con tanta priesa... / Parte I. cap. XVI / Sevilla, 1866".

          Isbilya Subastas
        • PAREJA DE ESCENAS DE D. QUIJOTE
          Mar. 09, 2022

          PAREJA DE ESCENAS DE D. QUIJOTE

          Est: -

          Firmados en la parte inferior: "J. Jiménez". Titulados y fechados en la trasera: - "D. QUIJOTE / La del alba sería cuando D. Quijote salió / de la venta tan contento, tan gallardo, tan albo_ / razado por verse ya armado caballero... / Parte I . cap. IV / Sevilla, 1867". - "D. QUIJOTE / ... defiénte, cautiva criatura, ó entrégame / de tu voluntad lo que con tanta razon se me debe. / Parte 1º. cap. XXI. / Sevilla, 1866".

          Isbilya Subastas
        • PAREJA DE ESCENAS DE D. QUIJOTE
          Mar. 09, 2022

          PAREJA DE ESCENAS DE D. QUIJOTE

          Est: -

          Firmados en la parte inferior: "J. Jiménez". Titulados y fechados en la trasera: - "D. QUIJOTE / y un muchacho acudió corriendo a dar las / nuevas á su ama y á su sobrina de que su tío... / Parte I . cap. LII / Sevilla, 1870". - "D. QUIJOTE / ... y así llevó a su casa todos cuantos pudo haber dellos:... / Parte I. cap. I / Sevilla, 1866".

          Isbilya Subastas
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Seville, 1837 - 1903). "The seamstresses. Pontoise, 1913. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right-hand corner.
          Jan. 27, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Seville, 1837 - 1903). "The seamstresses. Pontoise, 1913. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right-hand corner.

          Est: €6,000 - €7,000

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (Seville, 1837 - 1903). "The seamstresses", Pontoise, 1873. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and located in the lower right corner. Measurements: 85 x 58 cm; 105 x 80 cm (frame). Daily labours were enhanced by the attentive look of Jiménez Aranda, capable of extracting the magic pulse of a domestic instant like the one he shows here. Two girls are engaged in their work in an interior bathed in diffuse light, sifted by the amber net curtains, whose shades permeate the variety of garments scattered on their skirts. José Jiménez Aranda began his artistic training in 1851 at the Seville School of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of Antonio Cabral Bejarano, Eduardo Cano and Manuel Barrón. He also worked as a lithographer, making copies of works from the Museum of Fine Arts in his native city. He completed his training with a trip to Madrid, where he visited the Prado Museum and studied the works of Goya and Velázquez in depth. In 1871 he left for Rome, where he became friends with Mariano Fortuny, who had a notable influence on his pictorial work. In 1875 he returned to Spain before leaving again in 1881, this time for Paris. He arrived in the French capital attracted by the great acclaim and interest his works aroused among the French critics and clientele. He remained in Paris for nine years, painting works set in the 18th century with notable success. In 1890 he returned to Spain and settled in Madrid. During these years he changed the subject matter of his works, which from that time onwards focused on scenes from everyday life. The deaths of his wife and daughter in 1892 led him to settle permanently in Seville. There he was a teacher and president of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungría, as well as a professor at the city's Official School. Throughout his life he took part in national and foreign exhibitions and was awarded honourable mentions at the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid in 1864 and 1866 and third medals in 1872 and 1978. Internationally, he sent his works, among others, to the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1878, to the Paris Salon the following year and to the International Exhibition in Munich in 1883, where he was awarded an honourable medal. José Jiménez Aranda is currently represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Municipal de Málaga, the Museo de Bellas Artes de Cádiz, the Fundación María José Jove, the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection and the San Francisco Museum (United States), among other public and private collections.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "Moment of repose", 1881
          Jan. 26, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "Moment of repose", 1881

          Est: €27,000 - €36,000

          Signed, dated and inscribed Paris in the lower left-hand corner . 32 x 23 cm . Oil on table

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "In the tomb"
          Jan. 26, 2022

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "In the tomb"

          Est: €2,100 - €2,800

          Signed with the artist's testamentary stamp in the upper right-hand corner. . 44 x 84 m . Oil on canvas

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        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA (Seville, 1837 - 1903). "Girl with kittens". Oil on board.
          Nov. 10, 2021

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA (Seville, 1837 - 1903). "Girl with kittens". Oil on board.

          Est: €6,000 - €7,000

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA (Seville, 1837 - 1903). "Girl with kittens". Oil on board. Presents label on the back. Signed in the left inferior zone. Measurements: 33 x 43,5 cm; 59 x 68 cm (frame). The child theme was a recurrent resource in the painting of the author, who liked these portraits because they allowed him to capture the spontaneity and naturalness of his models. It is true that it was not a recurrent theme in his painting, although there is an example in the Prado Museum in Madrid "The little naturalists" made in 1983. Nor is it frequent in his painting, the representation of an interior, as he liked leafy exteriors. However, this work stands out for its delicacy, which not only comes from the childish innocence but also from the sumptuous living room. A space that is defined through different fabrics and prints all defined to perfection. José Jiménez Aranda, brother of Luis and Manuel Jiménez Aranda, was a Spanish painter and illustrator who began his training with Manuel Cabral and Eduardo Cano de la Peña. His talent for drawing helped him to enter the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville in 1851. In 1868 he was in Madrid, where he learned in the Prado Museum of the best masters, feeling special predilection for Goya and Velázquez. In 1867 he was in Jerez de la Frontera working as a restorer and designer of stained glass and, four years later, he managed to go to Rome, where he met Mariano Fortuny. He returned four years later. Between 1881 and 1890 he lived in Paris, making a series of works among which stand out those set in the eighteenth century, with great influence of Fortuny, by the success that brought him. When he returned to Madrid, he dedicated himself to a work with daily themes, but with a more costumbrist air. In 1892 he returned to Seville, where he worked as a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts until his death, teaching in turn to prominent figures such as Eugenio Hermoso, Manuel González Santos, etc., and frequenting the so-called "landscape circle of Alcalá de Guadaira" towards the end of the 19th century. Although his best known work are the scenes inspired by the art of the seventeenth century, he also dealt with religious themes and landscapes. His work received numerous awards during his lifetime (Honorary Mention at the National Fine Arts Exhibitions of 1864 and 1866; First Medal at the 1890, Medal of Honor at the International Exhibition in Munich in 1883...), and is preserved in important private collections and institutions such as the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga, the Museum of Fine Arts in Seville, the Prado Museum in Madrid, etc.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) Portraits of girls 1880
          Nov. 04, 2021

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) Portraits of girls 1880

          Est: €1,800 - €2,400

          Signed and dated on the left side. . Pair of oil-paintings on canvas. 31 x 26 cm. each one

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "Portraits of girls" 1880
          Jul. 20, 2021

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "Portraits of girls" 1880

          Est: €3,000 - €6,000

          Signed and dated on the left side. . Pair of oil paintings on canvas

          Ansorena
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "In the tomb"
          Jun. 16, 2021

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "In the tomb"

          Est: €3,600 - €4,800

          Signed with the artist's testamentary stamp in the upper right corner. .44 x 84 m

          Ansorena
        • Jose Jimenez y Aranda (Spanish, 1837-1903) A moment of repose, 1884 Oil on panel
          Jun. 04, 2021

          Jose Jimenez y Aranda (Spanish, 1837-1903) A moment of repose, 1884 Oil on panel

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Jose Jimenez y Aranda (Spanish, 1837-1903) A moment of repose, 1884 Oil on panel 12-3/8 x 9 inches (31.4 x 22.9 cm) Signed, dated, and inscribed lower left: J Aranda / Paris 1884 PROVENANCE: Private collection, Southern California. HID01801242017

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Scene from Don Quixote
          May. 18, 2021

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Scene from Don Quixote

          Est: €300 - €600

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Sevilla 1837 - 1903 Escena del Quijote Aguada y clarión sobre papel Firmado Medidas 18 x 24 cm

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        • JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "Portraits of girls" 1880
          Mar. 02, 2021

          JOSE JIMENEZ ARANDA (1837 / 1903) "Portraits of girls" 1880

          Est: €4,500 - €6,000

          Signed and dated on the left side. . Oil on canvas

          Ansorena
        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903
          Dec. 15, 2020

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903

          Est: -

          Don Quixote scene (row of prisoners) Pencil drawing, ink, wash and clarion Signed Size 16.7 x 23.6 cm With testamentary seal.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903
          Dec. 15, 2020

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903

          Est: -

          Don Quixote scene (prisoners) Drawing in pencil, ink, wash and clarion Signed Size 16.7 x 24.1 cm With testamentary seal.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903
          Dec. 15, 2020

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903

          Est: -

          Don Quixote scene (fight) Drawing in pencil, ink, wash and clarion Signed Size 15.7 x 24 cm With testamentary seal.

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA "Card Game in the Triplet" 1893
          Nov. 04, 2020

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA "Card Game in the Triplet" 1893

          Est: €27,000 - €36,000

          Signed and dated Madrid 1893  Bibliography: -The Artistic and American Illustration Madrid September 15, 1895 - Jose Jimenez Aranda 1837-1903, Fundación El Monte Sevilla, October 2005 p. 102 .Oil on canvas

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        • Attributed to José Jimenez Aranda (Sevilla 1837 - 1903) "The Laundresses"
          Jun. 02, 2020

          Attributed to José Jimenez Aranda (Sevilla 1837 - 1903) "The Laundresses"

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          "The Laundresses" Oil on canvas Signed 43 x 56 cm

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        • José Jiménez Aranda (1837-1903) "En la cueva"
          Feb. 20, 2020

          José Jiménez Aranda (1837-1903) "En la cueva"

          Est: -

          José Jiménez Aranda (1837-1903) "En la cueva" Plumilla sobre cartón  32x32cm

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Goyesca
          Feb. 04, 2020

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA - Goyesca

          Est: -

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ ARANDA Seville 1837 - 1903 Goyesca Oil on panel Signed and dedicated Size 30 x 16.5 cm

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        • JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ Y ARANDA (1837-1903). "INTERIOR WITH PERSON", PARIS 1880-1890.
          Dec. 19, 2019

          JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ Y ARANDA (1837-1903). "INTERIOR WITH PERSON", PARIS 1880-1890.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,600

          Watercolour on paper. Signed. Slight rust staining. 28 x 18 cm; 43 x 33 cm. (frame).

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