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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) "NIGHT PORTRAIT: GIRL WITH FLOWERS".
      Feb. 15, 2024

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) "NIGHT PORTRAIT: GIRL WITH FLOWERS".

      Est: €1,500 - €3,000

      Oil on canvas. Signed.  51 x 36 cm; 80 x 64 cm (frame).

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) "PORTRAIT".
      Nov. 30, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) "PORTRAIT".

      Est: €450 - €1,000

      Charcoal and crayon on paper. Signed. 50 x 37cm; 77 x 64 cm (frame).

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Lady of the Belle Epoque". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Damaged in the left margin and in the frame.
      Nov. 29, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Lady of the Belle Epoque". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Damaged in the left margin and in the frame.

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Lady of the Belle Epoque". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Damaged in the left margin and in the frame. Measurements: 45 x 28 cm; 61 x 44,5 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding student. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical themes such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba" ("The Tonsure of King Wamba"), exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at those held in Barcelona in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was named Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Oct. 10, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,200

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 59 x 38,5 cm; 78 x 59,5 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding pupil. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical subjects such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba", exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at those held in Barcelona in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was named Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) "PORTRAIT".
      Oct. 05, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) "PORTRAIT".

      Est: €600 - €1,200

      Charcoal and crayon on paper. Signed. 50 x 37cm; 77 x 64 cm (frame).

      Subarna Subastas
    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Jul. 04, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,200

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 59 x 38,5 cm; 78 x 59,5 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding pupil. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical subjects such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba", exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at those held in Barcelona in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was named Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

      Setdart Auction House
    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Portrait of an old man". Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed. Provenance: Josep Casas collection.
      Jul. 04, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Portrait of an old man". Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed. Provenance: Josep Casas collection.

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Portrait of an old man". Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed. Provenance: Josep Casas collection. Measurements: 23,5 x 21 cm; 24 x 31 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding student. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical subjects such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba", exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at the Barcelona Fine Arts Exhibitions in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was made a Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Lady of the Belle Epoque". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Damaged in the left margin and in the frame.
      Jun. 21, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Lady of the Belle Epoque". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Damaged in the left margin and in the frame.

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Lady of the Belle Epoque". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Damaged in the left margin and in the frame. Measurements: 45 x 28 cm; 61 x 44,5 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding student. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical themes such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba" ("The Tonsure of King Wamba"), exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at those held in Barcelona in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was named Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

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    • Juan BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)., Ecole symboliste espagnole., Jeune rêveuse de profil dans les collines., Huile sur toile symboliste., Présentée sans cadre et sans châssis., Dimensions : 59 x 40 cm.
      Apr. 30, 2023

      Juan BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)., Ecole symboliste espagnole., Jeune rêveuse de profil dans les collines., Huile sur toile symboliste., Présentée sans cadre et sans châssis., Dimensions : 59 x 40 cm.

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      Juan BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912). Ecole symboliste espagnole. Jeune rêveuse de profil dans les collines. Huile sur toile symboliste. Présentée sans cadre et sans châssis. Dimensions : 59 x 40 cm.

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912). "GIRL".
      Feb. 23, 2023

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912). "GIRL".

      Est: €700 - €1,400

      Oil on canvas. Signed. 40 x 31 cm;  84 x 74.5 cm (frame).

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Nov. 08, 2022

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,200

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 59 x 38,5 cm; 78 x 59,5 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding pupil. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical subjects such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba", exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at those held in Barcelona in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was named Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Aug. 31, 2022

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,200

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Young lady". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 59 x 38,5 cm; 78 x 59,5 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding pupil. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical subjects such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba", exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at those held in Barcelona in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was named Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

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    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Portrait of an old man". Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed. Provenance: Josep Casas collection.
      May. 11, 2022

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Portrait of an old man". Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed. Provenance: Josep Casas collection.

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (Barcelona, 1863 - 1912). "Portrait of an old man". Oil on canvas adhered to panel. Signed. Provenance: Josep Casas collection. Measurements: 23,5 x 21 cm; 24 x 31 cm (frame). Joan Brull trained at the School of Fine Arts of Sant Jordi in Barcelona, where he stood out as an outstanding student. Influenced by the realism of his teacher Simón Gómez Polo, he began his career with genre and historical subjects such as "La tonsura del rey Wamba", exhibited at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1883. During these years he was also associated with the Modernist movement and the Symbolist aesthetic, influences that marked much of his production. He then went to Paris, where he completed his training with Rapahel Cöllin for five years. His style evolved in an increasingly personal direction, leaving realism behind in favour of a fin de siècle idealism. Nevertheless, he continued to be interested in history painting, genre scenes and portraits, achieving great mastery in the latter. On his return to Spain, he took part in numerous group exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as abroad in London and Paris. He also took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid, where he was decorated in 1892, 1895, 1897 and 1899. He was also distinguished at the Barcelona Fine Arts Exhibitions in 1894, 1896, 1898, 1907 and 1911. He was awarded the third medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 and was made a Commander of the Order of Alfonso XII in 1904. He was also an art critic for the magazine "Joventut". Far from the rigour of academicism, Brull Vinyoles soon abandoned himself to the pictorial idealism to which he devoted all his work. A man of great culture, he took an active part in the gatherings at Els Quatre Gats. His technique of blurred contours, grisaille and pearly tones, as well as his subject matter populated by ethereal female figures, allow us to situate his work within the realm of Romantic symbolism. After his premature death, the Sala Parés in Barcelona devoted a tribute exhibition to him (1913). Brull is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de La Garrotxa in Girona, and the Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis in Salamanca.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Juan Brull Vinyoles (Spanish, 1863-1912) The pink bow
      Sep. 22, 2021

      Juan Brull Vinyoles (Spanish, 1863-1912) The pink bow

      Est: £12,000 - £18,000

      Juan Brull Vinyoles (Spanish, 1863-1912) The pink bow signed 'Brull' (lower left) oil on canvas 60 x 56cm (23 5/8 x 22 1/16in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

      Bonhams
    • Juan BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912 "Família de campesinos" óleo sobre tabla 52x64 cm. Precisa restauración y limpieza.
      Sep. 22, 2020

      Juan BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912 "Família de campesinos" óleo sobre tabla 52x64 cm. Precisa restauración y limpieza.

      Est: -

      Joan Brull VINYOLES (1863-1912 "peasant family" oil on board 52x64 cm. Accurate restoration and cleaning.

      Arce Subastas
    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912). "GITANILLA CON MANTILLA".
      Oct. 17, 2019

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912). "GITANILLA CON MANTILLA".

      Est: €3,800 - €4,940

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912). Oil on canvas Firmado. Restauraciones visibles al dorso. 60 x 40 cm; 78,5 x 59 cm. (marco).  

      Subarna Subastas
    • Los Niños de la concha
      Oct. 24, 2018

      Los Niños de la concha

      Est: -

      Los Niños de la concha JOAN BRULL VINYOLES ​(Barcelona, 1863 - 1912) Oil on canvas 90 x 100 cm

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Juan Brull Vinyoles (Spanish, 1863-1912) The pink bow
      Mar. 14, 2018

      Juan Brull Vinyoles (Spanish, 1863-1912) The pink bow

      Est: £12,000 - £18,000

      Juan Brull Vinyoles (Spanish, 1863-1912) The pink bow signed 'Brull' (lower left) oil on canvas 60 x 56cm (23 5/8 x 22 1/16in).

      Bonhams
    • Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 Boy
      Jul. 08, 2015

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 Boy

      Est: €225 -

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 Boy Charcoal on paper Signed 31x23 cm Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 Niño Carboncillo sobre papel Firmado 31x23 cm

      Balclis
    • JOAN BRULL Y VINYOLAS (ATRIB.)
      May. 18, 2015

      JOAN BRULL Y VINYOLAS (ATRIB.)

      Est: -

      (Barcelona, 1863-1912). "Retrato femenino" (1888), óleo sobre lienzo adherido a cartón, 59x45 cm.

      Sala de Ventas
    • Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "El Pesebre"
      Dec. 17, 2014

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "El Pesebre"

      Est: €24,000 -

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "El Pesebre" Oil on canvas Signed. There is a smaller version, made in 1895. Exhibitions: Joan Brull, Galeries Dalmau, Barcelona, fall 1924; "Centenario de la Sala Parés", Sala Parés, Barcelona, 1972, n.7. Literature: J. Folch i Torres, 'Exposició d'en Brull a can Dalmau', "Gaseta de les Arts", Año I, Nº 12, 1-11-1924, p. 5 and 7 (reproduced): "Joan Brull. Realitat i somni", Girona, Caixa de Girona, 2009, p. 45 (reproduced). Reference literature: "La mirada del 98. Arte y literatura en la Edad de Plata", Madrid, Ministerio de Educación y Cultura-Dirección General de Bellas Artes y Bienes Culturales, 1998, p. 178-179, catalogue number 100 139x200 cm Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "El Pesebre" Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado. Existe otra versión más pequeña, realizada en 1895. Exposiciones: "Joan Brull", Galeries Dalmau, Barcelona, otoño 1924; "Centenario de la Sala Parés", Sala Parés, Barcelona, 1972, nº 7. Bibliografía: J. Folch i Torres, 'Exposició d'en Brull a can Dalmau', "Gaseta de les Arts", Año I, Nº 12, 1-11-1924, p. 5 y 7 (reproducido); "Joan Brull. Realitat i somni", Girona, Caixa de Girona, 2009, p. 45 (reproducido). Bibliografía de referencia: "La mirada del 98. Arte y literatura en la Edad de Plata", Madrid, Ministerio de Educación y Cultura-Dirección General de Bellas Artes y Bienes Culturales, 1998, p. 178-179, nº cat. 100 139x200 cm

      Balclis
    • JOAN BRULL
      Dec. 17, 2014

      JOAN BRULL

      Est: -

      (Barcelona, 1863-1912). "Retrato femenino", óleo sobre lienzo, 92 x 72 cm. Con dedicatoria.

      Sala de Ventas
    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)
      Jul. 10, 2014

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)

      Est: -

      óleo sobre tabla. Med.: 50 x 24 cm. "Personaje"

      Subarna Subastas
    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)
      Jul. 10, 2014

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)

      Est: -

      óleo sobre tabla. Med.: 50 x 24 cm. "Personaje"

      Subarna Subastas
    • Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "Retrato de la Srta. Asunción Bartomeus" Oil on canvas Signed. On the stretcher, titled and dated in
      May. 29, 2014

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "Retrato de la Srta. Asunción Bartomeus" Oil on canvas Signed. On the stretcher, titled and dated in

      Est: €1,200 -

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "Retrato de la Srta. Asunción Bartomeus" Oil on canvas Signed. On the stretcher, titled and dated in 1906 60x40.5 cm Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 "Retrato de la Srta. Asunción Bartomeus" Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado. En el bastidor, titulado y fechado en 1906 60x40,5 cm

      Balclis
    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)
      Mar. 27, 2014

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)

      Est: -

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) óleo sobre tabla. Med.: 50 x 24 cm. "Personaje"

      Subarna Subastas
    • JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)
      Mar. 27, 2014

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912)

      Est: -

      JOAN BRULL VINYOLES (1863-1912) óleo sobre tabla. Med.: 50 x 24 cm. "Personaje"

      Subarna Subastas
    • Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 Joven con mandolina Óleo sobre lienzo
      May. 26, 2011

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 Joven con mandolina Óleo sobre lienzo

      Est: €3,000 -

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912 Joven con mandolina Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado 81x65 cm

      Balclis
    • Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912. El belén Óleo sobre lienzo
      Dec. 21, 2010

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912. El belén Óleo sobre lienzo

      Est: €50,000 -

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912. El belén Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado. Exposiciones: "Centenario de la Sala Parés", Sala Parés, Barcelona, 1972, nº 7; "Joan Brull. Realitat i somni", Girona, 2009. Bibliografía: "Joan Brull. Realitat i somni", Girona, 2009, p. 45 (reproducido) 139x200

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    • Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912. Anciana Óleo sobre lienzo
      Dec. 21, 2010

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912. Anciana Óleo sobre lienzo

      Est: €2,250 -

      Joan Brull Barcelona 1863 - 1912. Anciana Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado y fechado en 1889 150.5x100.5

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    • Joan Brull (Barcelona, 1863-1912) Vista rural
      Oct. 22, 2009

      Joan Brull (Barcelona, 1863-1912) Vista rural

      Est: €2,000 - €2,600

      Joan Brull (Barcelona, 1863-1912) Vista rural (Rural View) Signed. Bibliography: "Luz de Gas. La noche y sus fantasmas en la pintura española.1880-1930" (Gas Light. The Night and its Ghosts in Spanish Paintings. 1880-1930), Mapfre Foundation, Madrid, 2006, p. 307 (reproduced) Oil paint on canvas 60x100 cm

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    • Juan Brull y Vinolas (Barcelona 1863-1912)
      Oct. 03, 2006

      Juan Brull y Vinolas (Barcelona 1863-1912)

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      The Crockery Seller signed 'J. Brull' (lower right) oil on canvas 57 1/2 x 50 in. (146.1 x 127 cm.)

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    • Juan Brull y Vinolas (Barcelona 1863-1912)
      Jun. 06, 2006

      Juan Brull y Vinolas (Barcelona 1863-1912)

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      The Crockery Seller signed 'J. Brull' (lower right) oil on canvas 57 1/2 x 50 in. (146.1 x 127 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Juan Brull y Vinolas (Spanish, 1863-1912)
      Feb. 07, 2006

      Juan Brull y Vinolas (Spanish, 1863-1912)

      Est: $12,000 - $18,000

      The Crockery Seller signed 'J. Brull' (lower right) oil on canvas 57 1/2 x 50 in. (146.1 x 127 cm.)

      Christie's
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