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    • FRANCISCO BARON (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Horse"
      Dec. 18, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Horse"

      Est: €200 - €300

      FRANCISCO BARON (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Horse" Bronze sculpture Signed H.C. (Hors commerce) XII/XIII 17 x 9,5 x 16,5 cm 200 - 300 €

      Bayeu Subastas
    • Origen
      Nov. 30, 2023

      Origen

      Est: -

      Firmada y numerada en la base: "Barón 36/92"

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Colón y el Minotauro
      Nov. 30, 2023

      Colón y el Minotauro

      Est: -

      Firmado, fechado y numerado en la base: "Barón, 1993" 7/15

      Isbilya Subastas
    • FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "Anastasia". Bronze and metal. Copy 2/50. Sculpture formed by two individual parts. Signed, titled and justified on the base.
      Nov. 29, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "Anastasia". Bronze and metal. Copy 2/50. Sculpture formed by two individual parts. Signed, titled and justified on the base.

      Est: €500 - €600

      FRANCISCO BARÓN MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 - 2006). "Anastasia". Bronze and metal. Exemplary 2/50. Sculpture made up of two individual parts. Signed, titled and justified on the base. Measurements: 23 x 11 x 18 cm. Mainly a sculptor, although he also tackled painting, Francisco Barón began his training at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, where he had Laviada and Ortells as teachers, and later extended it in London and New York thanks to various scholarships. In 1960 and 1961 he was awarded first prize at the New England Art Festival, and in 1965, two years after returning to Spain for good, he took part in the New York International Art Fair and won a grant from the March Foundation. That same year he held his first solo exhibition at the Neblí gallery in Madrid. Throughout his career Barón showed his work all over Spain, as well as in Europe, Latin America, the United States and Africa, and was awarded the Valladolid Sculpture Prize (1983), the Art and Culture Prize of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid (1965), the gold medal at the Exhibition of Mini-Paintings at the Círculo 2 gallery in Madrid and the Mojácar Prize. He is currently represented in the Museo de Escultura al Aire Libre de Alcalá de Henares, among other public and private collections. With a great personality and style, the work we present here is tremendously influenced by those of the master Henry Moore. Risky curves, rounded roundness and harmony merge in a dynamic work in movement, of tremendous plastic expressiveness, which defines Baron's characteristic identity.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Francisco Baron. Morning Horse
      Nov. 22, 2023

      Francisco Baron. Morning Horse

      Est: -

      Sculpture made of patinated bronze. Signed, titled and numbered (92/100) on the base.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "The Lady of the Tunnel". Bronze. Copy 2/6. Signed, justified and titled.
      Nov. 09, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "The Lady of the Tunnel". Bronze. Copy 2/6. Signed, justified and titled.

      Est: €500 - €600

      FRANCISCO BARÓN MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 - 2006). "The lady in the tunnel". Bronze. Copy 2/6. Signed, justified and titled. Measurements: 19 x 16 x 13 cm. Mainly a sculptor, although he also tackled painting, Francisco Barón began his training at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, where he had Laviada and Ortells as teachers, and later extended it in London and New York thanks to various scholarships. In 1960 and 1961 he was awarded first prize at the New England Art Festival, and in 1965, two years after returning to Spain for good, he took part in the New York International Art Fair and won a grant from the March Foundation. That same year he held his first solo exhibition at the Neblí gallery in Madrid. Throughout his career Barón showed his work all over Spain, as well as in Europe, Latin America, the United States and Africa, and was awarded the Valladolid Sculpture Prize (1983), the Art and Culture Prize of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid (1965), the gold medal at the Exhibition of Mini-Paintings at the Círculo 2 gallery in Madrid and the Mojácar Prize. He is currently represented in the Museo de Escultura al Aire Libre de Alcalá de Henares, among other public and private collections. With a great personality and style, the work we present here is tremendously influenced by those of the master Henry Moore. Risky curves, rounded roundness and harmony merge in a dynamic work in movement, of tremendous plastic expressiveness, which defines Baron's characteristic identity.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Attributed to FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 – 2006). "Prototype-Horse". Bronze. It has slight flaws. Sculpture formed by two individual parts.
      Nov. 09, 2023

      Attributed to FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 – 2006). "Prototype-Horse". Bronze. It has slight flaws. Sculpture formed by two individual parts.

      Est: €600 - €700

      Attributed to FRANCISCO BARÓN MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 - 2006). "Prototype - Horse". Bronze. Slightly damaged. Sculpture made up of two individual parts. Size: 32 x 25 x 12,5 cm. Mainly a sculptor, although he also tackled painting, Francisco Barón began his training at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, where he had Laviada and Ortells as teachers, and later extended it in London and New York thanks to various scholarships. In 1960 and 1961 he was awarded first prize at the New England Art Festival, and in 1965, two years after returning to Spain for good, he took part in the New York International Art Fair and won a grant from the March Foundation. That same year he held his first solo exhibition at the Neblí gallery in Madrid. Throughout his career Barón showed his work all over Spain, as well as in Europe, Latin America, the United States and Africa, and was awarded the Valladolid Sculpture Prize (1983), the Art and Culture Prize of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid (1965), the gold medal at the Exhibition of Mini-Paintings at the Círculo 2 gallery in Madrid and the Mojácar Prize. He is currently represented in the Museo de Escultura al Aire Libre de Alcalá de Henares, among other public and private collections. With a great personality and style, the work we present here is tremendously influenced by those of the master Henry Moore. Risky curves, rounded roundness and harmony merge in a dynamic work in movement, of tremendous plastic expressiveness, which defines Baron's characteristic identity.

      Setdart Auction House
    • FRANCISCO BARÓN SCULPTURE
      Jul. 25, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARÓN SCULPTURE

      Est: €90 - €160

      BARÓN, FRANCISCO (Madrid 1932-2006), sculpture: "Piedra de ... (Stone of....)", partly illegibly titled, stone / boulder, hand-painted on all sides and movably mounted on the left with metal, signed "Barón", dated "96" (1996) and titled. The painting / motifs following the natural contours and shapes of the stone. The Spanish sculptor studied at the San Fernando School of Art in Madrid, was a scholarship student in London, Yale and Rhode Island. In the 1970s he preferred to work multiple movable and reshapeable sculptures in metal and wood. H. 11 x L. 13,5 x D. 9 cm (partially rubbed and bumped).BARÓN, FRANCISCO (Madrid 1932-2006), Skulptur: "Piedra de ... (Stein von....)", unleserlich betitelt, Stein / Findling, allseitig handbemalt und links mit Metall beweglich montiert, signiert "Barón", datiert "96" (1996) und betitelt. Die Bemalung / die Motive den natürlichen Konturen und Formen des Steins folgend. Der spanische Bildhauer studierte an der Kunsthochschule San Fernando in Madrid, war Stipendiat in London, Yale und Rhode Island. In den 1970er Jahren arbeitete er bevorzugt multiple bewegliche und umgestaltbare Plastiken aus Metall und Holz. H. 11 x L. 13,5 x T. 9 cm (partiell berieben und bestoßen).

      Auktionshaus Rheine
    • FRANCISCO BARON - Pegasus. big horse soul
      Jul. 04, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON - Pegasus. big horse soul

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO BARON Madrid 1931-2006 Pegaso. Large horse soul Patinated bronze on iron base Signed Numbered 97/100 Measurements 43 x 32 x 15 cm Certificate signed by the artist PROVENANCE Kreisler Gallery, Madrid Private collection

      Subastas Segre
    • FRANCISCO BARON Madrid (1931) / (2006) "Untitled"
      Jun. 13, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON Madrid (1931) / (2006) "Untitled"

      Est: €270 - €360

      Bronze sculpture. Edited by the Serie Gallery. Signed and justified 1/100 on the base. Measurements: 28 x 19 cm.

      Ansorena
    • FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "The Lady of the Tunnel". Bronze. Copy 2/6. Signed, justified and titled.
      Jun. 12, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "The Lady of the Tunnel". Bronze. Copy 2/6. Signed, justified and titled.

      Est: €500 - €600

      FRANCISCO BARÓN MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 - 2006). "The lady in the tunnel". Bronze. Copy 2/6. Signed, justified and titled. Measurements: 19 x 16 x 13 cm. Mainly a sculptor, although he also tackled painting, Francisco Barón began his training at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, where he had Laviada and Ortells as teachers, and later extended it in London and New York thanks to various scholarships. In 1960 and 1961 he was awarded first prize at the New England Art Festival, and in 1965, two years after returning to Spain for good, he took part in the New York International Art Fair and won a grant from the March Foundation. That same year he held his first solo exhibition at the Neblí gallery in Madrid. Throughout his career Barón showed his work all over Spain, as well as in Europe, Latin America, the United States and Africa, and was awarded the Valladolid Sculpture Prize (1983), the Art and Culture Prize of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid (1965), the gold medal at the Exhibition of Mini-Paintings at the Círculo 2 gallery in Madrid and the Mojácar Prize. He is currently represented in the Museo de Escultura al Aire Libre de Alcalá de Henares, among other public and private collections. With a great personality and style, the work we present here is tremendously influenced by those of the master Henry Moore. Risky curves, rounded roundness and harmony merge in a dynamic work in movement, of tremendous plastic expressiveness, which defines Baron's characteristic identity.

      Setdart Auction House
    • FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "Anastasia". Bronze and metal. Copy 2/50. Sculpture formed by two individual parts. Signed, titled and justified on the base.
      Jun. 12, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "Anastasia". Bronze and metal. Copy 2/50. Sculpture formed by two individual parts. Signed, titled and justified on the base.

      Est: €500 - €600

      FRANCISCO BARÓN MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 - 2006). "Anastasia". Bronze and metal. Exemplary 2/50. Sculpture made up of two individual parts. Signed, titled and justified on the base. Measurements: 23 x 11 x 18 cm. Mainly a sculptor, although he also tackled painting, Francisco Barón began his training at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, where he had Laviada and Ortells as teachers, and later extended it in London and New York thanks to various scholarships. In 1960 and 1961 he was awarded first prize at the New England Art Festival, and in 1965, two years after returning to Spain for good, he took part in the New York International Art Fair and won a grant from the March Foundation. That same year he held his first solo exhibition at the Neblí gallery in Madrid. Throughout his career Barón showed his work all over Spain, as well as in Europe, Latin America, the United States and Africa, and was awarded the Valladolid Sculpture Prize (1983), the Art and Culture Prize of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid (1965), the gold medal at the Exhibition of Mini-Paintings at the Círculo 2 gallery in Madrid and the Mojácar Prize. He is currently represented in the Museo de Escultura al Aire Libre de Alcalá de Henares, among other public and private collections. With a great personality and style, the work we present here is tremendously influenced by those of the master Henry Moore. Risky curves, rounded roundness and harmony merge in a dynamic work in movement, of tremendous plastic expressiveness, which defines Baron's characteristic identity.

      Setdart Auction House
    • FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "The lunatic". Bronze and metal base. Exemplary 22/25. Signed, justified and titled.
      Jun. 12, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931-2006). "The lunatic". Bronze and metal base. Exemplary 22/25. Signed, justified and titled.

      Est: €600 - €700

      FRANCISCO BARÓN MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 - 2006). "La lúnatica". Bronze and metal base. Exemplary 22/25. Signed, justified and titled. Measurements: 26 x 17 x 15 cm. Mainly a sculptor, although he also tackled painting, Francisco Barón began his training at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, where his teachers were Laviada and Ortells, and he later extended his training in London and New York thanks to various scholarships. In 1960 and 1961 he was awarded first prize at the New England Art Festival, and in 1965, two years after returning to Spain for good, he took part in the New York International Art Fair and won a grant from the March Foundation. That same year he held his first solo exhibition at the Neblí gallery in Madrid. Throughout his career Barón showed his work all over Spain, as well as in Europe, Latin America, the United States and Africa, and was awarded the Valladolid Sculpture Prize (1983), the Art and Culture Prize of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid (1965), the gold medal at the Exhibition of Mini-Paintings at the Círculo 2 gallery in Madrid and the Mojácar Prize. He is currently represented in the Museo de Escultura al Aire Libre de Alcalá de Henares, among other public and private collections. With a great personality and style, the work we present here is tremendously influenced by those of the master Henry Moore. Risky curves, rounded roundness and harmony merge in a dynamic work in movement, of tremendous plastic expressiveness, which defines Baron's characteristic identity.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Attributed to FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 – 2006). "Prototype-Horse". Bronze. It has slight flaws. Sculpture formed by two individual parts.
      Jun. 12, 2023

      Attributed to FRANCISCO BARON MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 – 2006). "Prototype-Horse". Bronze. It has slight flaws. Sculpture formed by two individual parts.

      Est: €600 - €700

      Attributed to FRANCISCO BARÓN MOLINA (Madrid, 1931 - 2006). "Prototype - Horse". Bronze. Slightly damaged. Sculpture made up of two individual parts. Size: 32 x 25 x 12,5 cm. Mainly a sculptor, although he also tackled painting, Francisco Barón began his training at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, where he had Laviada and Ortells as teachers, and later extended it in London and New York thanks to various scholarships. In 1960 and 1961 he was awarded first prize at the New England Art Festival, and in 1965, two years after returning to Spain for good, he took part in the New York International Art Fair and won a grant from the March Foundation. That same year he held his first solo exhibition at the Neblí gallery in Madrid. Throughout his career Barón showed his work all over Spain, as well as in Europe, Latin America, the United States and Africa, and was awarded the Valladolid Sculpture Prize (1983), the Art and Culture Prize of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid (1965), the gold medal at the Exhibition of Mini-Paintings at the Círculo 2 gallery in Madrid and the Mojácar Prize. He is currently represented in the Museo de Escultura al Aire Libre de Alcalá de Henares, among other public and private collections. With a great personality and style, the work we present here is tremendously influenced by those of the master Henry Moore. Risky curves, rounded roundness and harmony merge in a dynamic work in movement, of tremendous plastic expressiveness, which defines Baron's characteristic identity.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Toro abierto
      Apr. 19, 2023

      Toro abierto

      Est: -

      Firmado: "Baron" 113/300

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Baron Francisco (1931-2006) : Sculpture articulée vers 1975 en bronze à 3 patines : brune
      Jan. 23, 2023

      Baron Francisco (1931-2006) : Sculpture articulée vers 1975 en bronze à 3 patines : brune

      Est: €900 - €1,200

      Baron Francisco (1931-2006) : Sculpture articulée vers 1975 en bronze à 3 patines : brune, antique et dorée, "Pégase", dessin et texte gravés sur le socle , 84/100, signé sur le socle Baron, H : 38 et 45,5 , L : 34 et 52, P : 15 cm

      Salle de Ventes Saint-Job
    • FRANCISCO BARON Madrid (1931) / (2006) "Composition"
      Jan. 18, 2023

      FRANCISCO BARON Madrid (1931) / (2006) "Composition"

      Est: €600 - €800

      Bronze sculpture (four pieces. Signed Baron on the base and justified 8/50. Measurements: 13 x 13 x 6 cm.

      Ansorena
    • Francisco Barón (1931-2006) Violoncelista, bronze à patine verte, numéroté
      Sep. 19, 2022

      Francisco Barón (1931-2006) Violoncelista, bronze à patine verte, numéroté

      Est: CHF400 - CHF600

      Francisco Barón (1931-2006) Violoncelista, bronze à patine verte, numéroté 12/50, daté 1974 et signé, H 32 cm

      Geneve Encheres
    • FRANCISCO BARÓN SCULPTURE
      Aug. 09, 2022

      FRANCISCO BARÓN SCULPTURE

      Est: €160 - €400

      BARÓN, FRANCISCO (Francisco Baron, Madrid 1932-2006), Sculpture: "Bull", bronze, green patina, brass base with engraved scene of a bullfight, signed "Barón", limited 14/25 and inscribed in Spanish "Torito / MUCHA MUERTE". Stylised and two-part bull with flexibly mounted hind legs. The Spanish sculptor studied at the San Fernando School of Art in Madrid, was a scholarship holder in London, Yale and Rhode Island. In the 1970s he preferred to work with multiple movable and transformable sculptures made of metal and wood. Overall dimensions H. 11 x l. 13 x w. 6,8 cm (base slightly oxidised). BARÓN, FRANCISCO (Francisco Baron, Madrid 1932-2006), Skulptur: "Stier", Bronze, grün patiniert, Messingsockel mit gravierter Szene eines Stierkampfs, signiert "Barón", limitiert 14/25 und spanisch bezeichnet "Torito / MUCHA MUERTE". Stilisiert und zweiteilig mit beweglich montierten Hinterläufen gearbeiteter Stier. Der spanische Bildhauer studierte an der Kunsthochschule San Fernando in Madrid, war Stipendiat in London, Yale und Rhode Island. In den 1970er Jahren arbeitete er bevorzugt multiple bewegliche und umgestaltbare Plastiken aus Metall und Holz. Gesamtmaße H. 11 x L. 13 x B. 6,8 cm (Sockel leicht oxidiert).

      Auktionshaus Rheine
    • Francisco Barón. Guerrero
      May. 25, 2022

      Francisco Barón. Guerrero

      Est: -

      Sculpture made of bronze on a granite base. Stamped and numbered (17/200) on the side. Bibliography: - ESTEBAN, Paloma.: Francisco Barón Sculptors series. Publications Service of the Ministry of Education and Science. Bilbao, 1978. Page 39. Rep. B/W.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Torso enamorado.
      May. 07, 2022

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Torso enamorado.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, partially polished, hinged brass base, inside with engraved scene. Signed 'Barón', numbered copy '89/100', inscribed 'TORSO ENAMORADO'. H. 22 cm. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Baron (1931-2006) Figurine, bronze, signé et numéroté 22/50, H 19 cm
      May. 02, 2022

      Francisco Baron (1931-2006) Figurine, bronze, signé et numéroté 22/50, H 19 cm

      Est: CHF300 - CHF500

      Francisco Baron (1931-2006) Figurine, bronze, signé et numéroté 22/50, H 19 cm

      Geneve Encheres
    • TORO ABIERTO
      Mar. 09, 2022

      TORO ABIERTO

      Est: -

      Firmado: "Baron" 113/300

      Isbilya Subastas
    • FRANCISCO BARÓN (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Ciego lunar"
      Dec. 20, 2021

      FRANCISCO BARÓN (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Ciego lunar"

      Est: €200 - €300

      FRANCISCO BARÓN (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Ciego lunar" Bronze puzzle sculpture Signed and numbered 15/50 29 cm con base

      Bayeu Subastas
    • FRANCISCO BARON (1931 / 2006) "The Widows", 1958
      Nov. 03, 2021

      FRANCISCO BARON (1931 / 2006) "The Widows", 1958

      Est: €450 - €600

      Signed and dated on the lower right-hand side. With polychrome losses . Mixed media on paper on panel. 62 x 46 cm

      Ansorena
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón descubridor de si mismo.
      Sep. 25, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón descubridor de si mismo.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, on wooden base. From the series of Columbus heads. Multi-part, detachable head with three faces, the main one with inlaid marble eyes, in the innermost one a stele with 4 faces. Base inscribed 'COLÓN DESCUBRIDOR DE SI MISMO', sign. Barón, num. copy '78/1492' (the numbering probably refers to the discovery of America). Head: h. 28 cm, base: h. 9 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Maternidad Galaxia.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Maternidad Galaxia.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, on brass base. Hinged figure of a squatting female nude with embryo. On the base rim inscribed 'Maternidad Galaxia', sign. 'Barón', num. Ex. 'XII/XXV'. H. 11 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Amazona al Trote.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Amazona al Trote.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, brass base. Base engraved with equestrian scene, inscribed 'AMAZONA AL TROTE', sign. 'Barón', num. Ex. '3/25'. Total height 34 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). El Emisa - Rio.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). El Emisa - Rio.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated. Brass base with engraved scene. Three-part sculpture, num. Ex. '17/25', inscribed 'El Emisa - Rio' and sign. 'Barón'. H. 17 x w. 11 x d. 6 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón descubridor de si mismo.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón descubridor de si mismo.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, on wooden base. From the series of Columbus heads. Multi-part, detachable head with three faces, the main one with inlaid marble eyes, in the innermost one a stele with 4 faces. Base inscribed 'COLÓN DESCUBRIDOR DE SI MISMO', sign. Barón, num. copy '78/1492' (the numbering probably refers to the discovery of America). Head: h. 28 cm, base: h. 9 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón y el desamor.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón y el desamor.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, on wooden base. From the series of Columbus heads. Hinged, multi-part head, inside 3 human representations. Base inscribed 'COLÓN Y EL DESAMOR', sign. 'Barón'. Head: h. 28 cm, base: h. 7 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Torso Enamo Rado.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Torso Enamo Rado.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, hinged brass base, engraved scene inside. Inscribed 'TORSO ENAMO RADO', sign. 'Barón' and numbered copy 'XVII/XXV'. H. 22 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collectrion Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón y la mariposa que voló sobre el mar.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón y la mariposa que voló sobre el mar.

      Est: -

      1999. bronze, green patinated, on wooden base. From the series of Columbus heads. Hinged, multi-piece head, inside various faces, a butterfly relief and an abstract bird made of brass. Base plaque inscribed 'COLÓN Y LA MARIPOSA QUE VOLÓ SOBRE EL MAR' P.U. Barón 1999', base sign. 'Barón'. Head: h. 28 cm, base: h. 6 cm. - Provenance: Formerly coll. Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón Caballero.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Colón Caballero.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, on wooden base. From the series of Columbus heads. Multi-part, hinged head, depicting Pegasus when opened. Base inscribed 'COLÓN CABALLERO EL JINE TE SE ACERCABA TOCANDO EL TAMBOR DEL LLANO', sign. 'Barón', num. copy 101/1492' (the numbering probably alluding to the discovery of America). Head: h. 28 cm, base: h. 7 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Head of a Young Woman.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Head of a Young Woman.

      Est: -

      Green patinated bronze and brass. Multi-part, the facial side of the base with engraved decor, sign. and numbered 'Baron VI/X'. Slight traces of oxidation. H. 37 cm, 20 x 11 cm. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Sr Colón algo huele mal.
      May. 08, 2021

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). Sr Colón algo huele mal.

      Est: -

      Bronze, green patinated, on wooden base. From the series of Columbus heads. Hinged, multi-part head, the interior consisting of mythical animals and figures. Base inscribed 'SR COLÓN ALGO HUELE MAL', sign. 'Barón', num. copy '99/1492' (the numbering probably alluding to the discovery of America). Head: h. 28 cm, base: h. 7 cm. - Provenance: Formerly collection Fritz van Ankum/Imme Reich-van Ankum, owner of Galería Arabal, Alicante. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Baròn (1931)
      Apr. 27, 2021

      Francisco Baròn (1931)

      Est: CHF400 -

      Francisco Baròn (1931) Sans titre, bronze, signé et numéroté 26/200, H 20 cm. Provenance : collection de bibliophiles et d’amateurs d’art suisses de père en fils, 1920-2020

      Geneve Encheres
    • Barón, Francisco (1931-2006) "La Mensajera", bronze 3/3, 2 parts, base sign./num., h. 41,5cm
      Feb. 20, 2021

      Barón, Francisco (1931-2006) "La Mensajera", bronze 3/3, 2 parts, base sign./num., h. 41,5cm

      Est: -

      Barón, Francisco (1931-2006) "La Mensajera", bronze 3/3, 2 parts, base sign./num., h. 41,5cm

      Kendzia
    • FRANCISCO BARÓN - Pegasus. Big horse soul
      Feb. 16, 2021

      FRANCISCO BARÓN - Pegasus. Big horse soul

      Est: €700 - €1,400

      FRANCISCO BARÓN Madrid 1931-2006 Pegaso. Large horse soul Patinated bronze on iron base Signed Numbered 97/100 Sizements 43 x 32 x 15 cm Certificate signed by the artist ORIGIN Kreisler Gallery, Madrid Private collection

      Subastas Segre
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). A Bull.
      Nov. 28, 2020

      Francisco Barón (Madrid 1932 - 2006). A Bull.

      Est: -

      Green patinated bronze, brass base with engraved scene of a bullfight, sign. and numbered 'Barón 2/25' and inscribed 'TORITO MUCHA-MUERTE'. Base with traces of oxidation, overall height 12 cm, 12 x 5 cm. - Spanish sculptor, studied from 1949-1954 at the Art Academy San Fernando in Madrid, fellow in London, Yale and Rhode Island, since 1960 numerous exh. and honors, from the 70s we know especially the multiple mobile and variable sculptures of metal and wood. Lit.: Saur AKL 7, p. 123f; Maria Teresa Ortega Coca: Francisco Baron, 1989.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Francisco Barón (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Horse" c. 1977
      Jun. 02, 2020

      Francisco Barón (Madrid, 1931 - 2006) "Horse" c. 1977

      Est: €200 - €300

      "Horse" c. 1977 Articulated patinated bronze sculpture Signed and numbered 107/300

      Goya Subastas
    • Francisco Baron
      May. 09, 2020

      Francisco Baron

      Est: -

      (1931 Madrid - 2006) "Alma y corazon de fuego" (Pegasus). Originaltitel Bronze, teilw. grün patiniert bzw. poliert; Messingplinthe. Sign., betitelt u. nummeriert 10/100. Surrealistische Figur mit mehreren beweglichen Teilen (Flügel, Mähne mit Rist und oberem Teil des Kopfes, Körperinneres mit Herz). H. 31 cm (bzw. 38 cm); B. 39 cm. Green patinated and polished bronze figure of Pegasus on brass base. Signed, titled and numbered 10/100.

      Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
    • Barón, Francisco (1931-2006) "Head", bronze 79/1492, signed, multiple folding, on wooden disc base, h. (total) 36cm
      Feb. 22, 2020

      Barón, Francisco (1931-2006) "Head", bronze 79/1492, signed, multiple folding, on wooden disc base, h. (total) 36cm

      Est: -

      Barón, Francisco (1931-2006) "Head", bronze 79/1492, signed, multiple folding, on wooden disc base, h. (total) 36cm

      Kendzia
    • Francisco BARÓN (1931-2006)
      Dec. 01, 2019

      Francisco BARÓN (1931-2006)

      Est: €150 - €200

      bronze Maternidad signed and n° 54/99

      Maison Jules Veilinghuis
    • FRANSCISCO BARÓN (1931 - 2006) Figura femenina Esc…
      Jul. 10, 2019

      FRANSCISCO BARÓN (1931 - 2006) Figura femenina Esc…

      Est: -

      FRANSCISCO BARÓN (1931 - 2006) Figura femenina Escultura en bronce. Firmada y numerada 45/100. Medidas: 27 x 20 x 15cm English Translation FRANSCISCO BARÓN (1931 - 2006) Female figure. Bronze sculpture.

      Sala Retiro Subastas
    • FRANCISCO BARÓN - El Ciego
      May. 21, 2019

      FRANCISCO BARÓN - El Ciego

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO BARÓN Madrid 1931-2006 “El Ciego. 1977” Patinated and articulated bronze on black marble base Signed Numbered VI/XXV Measurements 19 x 13 x 10 cm

      Subastas Segre
    • FRANCISCO BARÓN - “Caballo”. c. 1977
      Apr. 02, 2019

      FRANCISCO BARÓN - “Caballo”. c. 1977

      Est: €150 - €225

      FRANCISCO BARÓN Madrid 1931-2006 “Caballo”. c. 1977 Patinated and articulated bronze Signed H.C. (Hors Commerce) IX/XIII Measurements 17 x 16.5 x 9.5 cm Edit Serie Diseño. Ediciones Múltiples de Arte, Madrid C. 1977

      Subastas Segre
    • BARÓN, FRANCISCO (1931 - 2006). "Figura de dama articulada". Escultura en bronce con peana grabada con motivos pictóricos. Articulada. Firmada y numerada 153/200 en la peana. 22 x 8 x 8 cm
      Dec. 19, 2017

      BARÓN, FRANCISCO (1931 - 2006). "Figura de dama articulada". Escultura en bronce con peana grabada con motivos pictóricos. Articulada. Firmada y numerada 153/200 en la peana. 22 x 8 x 8 cm

      Est: -

      BARÓN, FRANCISCO (1931 - 2006). "Figura de dama articulada". Escultura en bronce con peana grabada con motivos pictóricos. Articulada. Firmada y numerada 153/200 en la peana. 22 x 8 x 8 cm

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