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b. 1864 - d. 1950

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    • Segovian couple; Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, September 28, 1864-Seville, January 7, 1950)
      Feb. 28, 2024

      Segovian couple; Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, September 28, 1864-Seville, January 7, 1950)

      Est: €8,000 - €10,000

      Oil on canvas. Canvas measurements 133 x 123 cm, framed measurements: 140 x 150 cm. Liquidation of a collector's private collection, lot not subject to reserve price. Reference bibliography: Bernardino de Pantorba, The Painter López Cabrera. Biographical and critical essay. Spanish Bibliographic Company, Madrid, 1966. p.13

      Templum Fine Art Auctions
    • RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA SPANISH WOMAN PORTRAIT
      Oct. 22, 2023

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA SPANISH WOMAN PORTRAIT

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      CABRERA, Ricardo Lopez, (Spanish, 1864-1950): Portrait of a Beautiful Young Senorita, Oil/Canvas, 32.75" x 27, signed lower right, framed, 43" x 37".

      Burchard Galleries Inc
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA - Pareja de retratos
      Apr. 26, 2023

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA - Pareja de retratos

      Est: -

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA - Pareja de retratos

      Arte Subastas Bilbao
    • RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA Cantillana, Seville (1864) / Seville (1950) "Countryside landscape with houses"
      Mar. 28, 2023

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA Cantillana, Seville (1864) / Seville (1950) "Countryside landscape with houses"

      Est: €330 - €440

      Charcoal and white lead on paper Signed in the lower right corner Measurements: 18 x 27 cm

      Ansorena
    • RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 - Seville, 1950). "Female portrait", 1939. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left margin.
      Feb. 14, 2023

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 - Seville, 1950). "Female portrait", 1939. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left margin.

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 - Seville, 1950). "Female portrait", 1939. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left margin. Size: 69 x 58 cm; 87 x 76 cm (frame). Ricardo López Cabrera gives us the portrait of an elegant lady. She appears in the foreground, half-length on a neutral background that manages to introduce a greater impression of three-dimensionality in the image. The woman's gesture stands out in particular, as she looks forward with a slight smile, thus establishing contact with the viewer. Ricardo López Cabrera moved to Seville under the protection of Francisco Palazuelos, where he studied at the Santa Isabel de Hungría School of Fine Arts in Seville and was a pupil of Eduardo Cano de la Peña. In 1887 he was awarded a post as a pensioner in Rome by the Seville provincial council, where he furthered his studies for four years until 1892. On his return to Spain he made contact with the great painter José Jiménez Aranda, to whom he would feel truly close, not only on a personal level but also from an artistic point of view, as their aesthetic and cultural tastes coincided. Not very attached to prizes and honours, his work was exhibited, especially at the beginning of his career, in private circles, and he later took part in the National Fine Arts Exhibitions of 1892 and 1895, being awarded a third-class medal on both occasions. At the international level he took part with four canvases in the Universal Exhibition in Chicago in 1893. In 1906 he was appointed academician of merit of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary and professor of drawing at its School, a post he held until 1909, when he left for Argentina. There he taught at the Provincial School of Fine Arts in the town of Cordoba and painted numerous portraits on commission. However, the execution in 1913 of a large allegorical canvas measuring more than eight metres for the ceiling of the Salón de Grados of the University of Cordoba, and its irrecoverable deterioration over the following decade, led him to return to Spain in a somewhat bitter mood, and so in 1923 he returned to his homeland with the aim of producing fifteen tripty-five triptychs of a markedly ethnographic nature on Spanish regional customs, following the example of "The Vision of Spain" that Sorolla had produced for the Hispanic Society of New York. This work, conceived on a purely personal impulse and produced over a period of five years, was exhibited to great acclaim in 1928 at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. Ricardo López Cabrera's artistic output covered a wide range of subjects, from landscape to genre painting and portraiture, as well as some orientalist pictures painted as a result of a trip to Morocco. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga, the Fine Arts Museums of Granada, Murcia and Seville, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville and the Municipal Museum of Cordoba (Argentina), among many other centres.

      Setdart Auction House
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 – Seville, 1950). “Portrait of a gentleman, 1895. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper right area.
      Apr. 07, 2022

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 – Seville, 1950). “Portrait of a gentleman, 1895. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper right area.

      Est: €1,200 - €1,500

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 - Seville, 1950). "Portrait of a Gentleman, 1895. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper right area. Measurements: 107 x 72 cm. Trained at the School of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville, he was a disciple of Eduardo Cano. In 1887 he moved to Rome to continue his studies. On his return to Spain he took part in the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in 1892 and 1895, being awarded a third-class medal on both occasions. At the international level he took part with four canvases in the Universal Exhibition in Chicago in 1893. In 1906 he was appointed a member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary. In 1909 he travelled to Buenos Aires, where he returned in 1911. He settled there until 1923, where he combined painting with teaching and developed an intense exhibition activity. He returned to Spain and devoted himself entirely to the production of fifteen triptychs painted from life, alluding to the Spanish regions, which were exhibited in 1928 at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the Fine Arts Museums of Granada, Murcia and Seville, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville and the Municipal Museum of Cordoba (Argentina), among many other centres.

      Setdart Auction House
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA "Pareja de retratos" RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Sevilla, 1864-1950)"Pareja de retratos"
      Oct. 26, 2021

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA "Pareja de retratos" RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Sevilla, 1864-1950)"Pareja de retratos"

      Est: -

      "Pareja de retratos" RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Sevilla, 1864-1950)"Pareja de retratos"

      Arte Subastas Bilbao
    • RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 - Seville, 1950). "Door of the bread of Seville", 1893. Oil on panel.
      Jul. 15, 2021

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 - Seville, 1950). "Door of the bread of Seville", 1893. Oil on panel.

      Est: €16,000 - €18,000

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, Seville, 1864 - Seville, 1950). "Door of the bread of Seville", 1893. Oil on panel. Signed, dated and located in the lower right corner. Measurements: 57 x 35.5 cm; 72.5 x 51 cm (frame). Scene of market where several groups of people gather to buy, it is interesting to note that the artist presents different popular characters, however they are only children, those who establish direct contact with the viewer. Thus contributing to the image, a certain innocence and joviality. Ricardo López Cabrera moved to Seville under the protection of Francisco Palazuelos, and there he developed his studies at the School of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville, being a disciple of Eduardo Cano de la Peña. In 1887 he obtained from the Seville Provincial Council a post as a pensioner in Rome, where he extended his studies for four years, until 1892. On his return to Spain he establishes contact with the great painter José Jiménez Aranda, to whom he will feel truly united not only personally but also from the artistic point of view, as their aesthetic and cultural tastes coincide. Not very attached to prizes and honors, his work was exhibited, especially at the beginning of his career, in private circles, and later he participated in the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts of 1892 and 1895, being awarded on both occasions with a third class medal. At the international level he participated with four canvases in the Universal Exposition of Chicago in 1893. In 1906 he was named academician of merit of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel of Hungary and professor of drawing of his School, task that he will carry out until 1909, year in which he leaves to Argentina. There he taught at the Provincial School of Fine Arts in the city of Cordoba, and painted numerous portraits on commission. However, the realization in 1913 of a large allegorical canvas of more than eight meters for the ceiling of the Salón de Grados of the University of Cordoba, and its unrecoverable deterioration throughout the following decade, determined with a certain bitter spirit his return to Spain, and so in 1923 he returned to his homeland with the determination to make fifteen triptychs of a marked ethnographic character on the Spanish regional customs, following the example of "The Vision of Spain" that Sorolla had made for the Hispanic Society of New York. This work, conceived by purely personal impulse and carried out over a period of five years, was exhibited with great success in 1928 at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. Ricardo López Cabrera's artistic production covered a wide range of themes, from landscape to genre painting and portraiture, as well as some orientalist paintings painted after a trip to Morocco. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga, the Fine Arts Museums of Granada, Murcia and Seville, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville and the Municipal Museum of Cordoba (Argentina), among many other centers.

      Setdart Auction House
    • RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (1864 / 1950) "Retrato de caballero", 1917
      May. 12, 2021

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (1864 / 1950) "Retrato de caballero", 1917

      Est: €600 - €800

      Dedicated, signed and dated in the lower right-hand corner . Oil on pressed cardboard

      Ansorena
    • RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (1864 / 1950) "The peasants' rest".
      Mar. 02, 2021

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (1864 / 1950) "The peasants' rest".

      Est: €2,700 - €3,600

      Signed in the lower right corner . Oil on canvas

      Ansorena
    • RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (1864 / 1950) "Farmers on the farm"
      Mar. 02, 2021

      RICARDO LOPEZ CABRERA (1864 / 1950) "Farmers on the farm"

      Est: €2,700 - €3,600

      Signed in the lower left corner. deteriorated at the top . Oil on canvas

      Ansorena
    • Retrato de Dña. Guadalupe Fernández de la Peña Firmado "R. López
      Oct. 29, 2019

      Retrato de Dña. Guadalupe Fernández de la Peña Firmado "R. López

      Est: -

      Retrato de Dña. Guadalupe Fernández de la Peña Firmado "R. López Cabrera". 65 x 52 cm RICARDOPintura antigua y S. XIXÓleo sobre lienzo1864,1950. Cantillana, Sevilla RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA Retrato de Dña. Guadalupe Fernández de la Peña. Oil on canvas

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Ricardo López Cabrera. The veteran
      Jun. 25, 2019

      Ricardo López Cabrera. The veteran

      Est: -

      LOPEZ CABRERA, RICARDO (1864 - 1950). "Aragón. El veterano". Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado y localizado (Jaca, Huesca) en el ángulo inferior derecho. Expuesto en "Las regiones Españolas", Sala Parés (1943). 110 x 85 cm

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • Retrato de Dr. López Bago
      Feb. 05, 2019

      Retrato de Dr. López Bago

      Est: -

      Firmado. Signed.

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Retrato de Dña, Josefa Ruiz del Burgo Basabru, Condesa de Casillas de Velasco
      Feb. 05, 2019

      Retrato de Dña, Josefa Ruiz del Burgo Basabru, Condesa de Casillas de Velasco

      Est: -

      Firmado. Con marco de época realizado en madera tallada y dorada de 86 x 66 cm. Signed. With vintage frame made in carved and gilded wood of 86 x 66 cm.

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Retrato de Dña. Concepción de la Peña
      Feb. 05, 2019

      Retrato de Dña. Concepción de la Peña

      Est: -

      Firmado. Con marco de época realizado en madera tallada y dorada de 86 x 66 cm. Signed. With vintage frame made in carved and gilded wood of 86 x 66 cm.

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Retrato de D. Saturnino Fernández
      Feb. 05, 2019

      Retrato de D. Saturnino Fernández

      Est: -

      Firmado. Con marco de época realizado en madera tallada y dorada de 86 x 66 cm. Signed. With vintage frame made in carved and gilded wood of 86 x 66 cm.

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Retrato del General José de Olivares Ortega
      Feb. 05, 2019

      Retrato del General José de Olivares Ortega

      Est: -

      Firmado. Con marco de época realizado en madera tallada y dorada de 86 x 66 cm. Signed. With vintage frame made in carved and gilded wood of 86 x 66 cm.

      Isbilya Subastas
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA 1864 Cantillana - 1950 Sevilla Altos hornos
      May. 09, 2018

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA 1864 Cantillana - 1950 Sevilla Altos hornos

      Est: -

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA 1864 Cantillana - 1950 Sevilla Altos hornos Signed "R. Lopez Cabrera / Bilbao". Sevillian painter, Ricardo Lopez Cabrera (Cantillana, Seville, 1864-Seville, 1930) studied at the School of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville with José Jiménez Aranda, who would become his father-in-law. In 1887 he moved to Rome as a pensioner and attended the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts of 1892 and 1895, obtaining medals of third class. In 1909 he traveled for a short time to Buenos Aires, where he returned in 1911 to stay until 1923. In February 1923 he settled permanently in Spain. From the beginning of his career, he forged his artistic personality diametrically opposed to the prevailing historicist aesthetic of the moment.The artist follows paths more akin to his popular sensibility, his theme being defined in scenes of costumbrista court, portrait and landscape that will make up most of his artistic production. Initially a follower of Fortuny, he soon turned to a style of lighting in the style of Sorolla and applied it to landscapes, portraits, customs and other orientalist themes made during a trip to Morocco. Oil on canvas 55 x 68 cm Antique and 19th century painting, Contemporary paintingportraits, themes of customs and others of orientalist influence made on the occasion of a trip to Morocco. Oil on canvas 55 x 68 cm Antique and 19th century painting, Contemporary paintingportraits, themes of customs and others of orientalist influence made on the occasion of a trip to Morocco. Oil on canvas 55 x 68 cm Antique and 19th century painting, Contemporary painting

      Isbilya Subastas
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA, Portrait of a Lady. Oil on canvas
      Jan. 25, 2017

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA, Portrait of a Lady. Oil on canvas

      Est: -

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA 1864 Cantillana 1950 Retrato de dama Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado y fechado en 1897. 60,5 x 46 cm

      Isbilya Subastas
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA, Portrait of a Gentleman. Oil on canvas
      Jan. 25, 2017

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA, Portrait of a Gentleman. Oil on canvas

      Est: -

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA 1864 Cantillana 1950 Retrato de caballero Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado y fechado en 1897. 60,5 x 47 cm

      Isbilya Subastas
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA
      Apr. 14, 2016

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA

      Est: -

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, 1864-Sevilla, 1950). "Interior con figuras", óleo sobre lienzo, 115x90 cm.

      Sala de Ventas
    • Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Farmers from Murcia
      Feb. 24, 2016

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Farmers from Murcia

      Est: €2,400 -

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Farmers from Murcia Oil on canvas Firmado y localizado en Murcia 118x130,5 cm Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Campesinos murcianos Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado y localizado en Murcia 118x130,5 cm

      Balclis
    • RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, 1864 - 1950), Maja - RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA 1864 Cantillana - 1950 Maja
      Jan. 20, 2016

      RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA (Cantillana, 1864 - 1950), Maja - RICARDO LÓPEZ CABRERA 1864 Cantillana - 1950 Maja

      Est: -

      Firmada y fechada "R.López 86".

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Fisherman of Calella de Palafrugell Oil on canvas Signed and located in Calella de Palafr
      May. 29, 2014

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Fisherman of Calella de Palafrugell Oil on canvas Signed and located in Calella de Palafr

      Est: €3,000 -

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Fisherman of Calella de Palafrugell Oil on canvas Signed and located in Calella de Palafrugell, Girona 110x85 cm Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Pescador de Calella de Palafrugell Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado y localizado en Calella de Palafrugell, Girona. Realizado en 1925, como parte de una serie de trípticos sobre "Las regiones españolas", siendo uno de los dos lienzos laterales del tríptico dedicado a Cataluña. Exposición y bibliografía: "Las regiones españolas", Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, 13 noviembre - 3 diciembre 1943; "Las regiones españolas. 15 reproducciones a color de los cuadros originales de Ricardo López Cabrera", Barcelona, Side, 1943 (reproducido); Bernardino de Pantorba (José López Jiménez), "El pintor López Cabrera. Ensayo biográfico y crítico", Madrid, Compañía bibliográfica española, 1966, p. 42 110x85 cm Ricardo López CabreraCantillana 1864 - 1950 Fischer. Öl auf Leinwand. Signiert und lokalisiert in Calella de Palafrugell, Girona 110x85 cm

      Balclis
    • Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 "El alcalde del Roncal" Oil on canvas Signed, titled and located in El Roncal, Navarre 1
      May. 29, 2014

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 "El alcalde del Roncal" Oil on canvas Signed, titled and located in El Roncal, Navarre 1

      Est: €3,000 -

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 "El alcalde del Roncal" Oil on canvas Signed, titled and located in El Roncal, Navarre 110x84.7 cm Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 "El alcalde del Roncal" Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado, titulado y localizado en el Roncal, Navarra. Realizado en 1925, como parte de una serie de trípticos sobre "Las regiones españolas", siendo uno de los dos lienzos laterales del tríptico dedicado a Navarra. Exposición y bibliografía: "Las regiones españolas", Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, 13 noviembre - 3 diciembre 1943; "Las regiones españolas. 15 reproducciones a color de los cuadros originales de Ricardo López Cabrera", Barcelona, Side, 1943 (reproducido); Bernardino de Pantorba (José López Jiménez), "El pintor López Cabrera. Ensayo biográfico y crítico", Madrid, Compañía bibliográfica española, 1966, p. 42 y 45 110x84,7 cm Ricardo López CabreraCantillana 1864 - 1950 "El alcalde del Roncal"Öl auf Leinwand. Signiert, tituliert und lokalisiert im Roncal, Navarra, 110x84,7 cm

      Balclis
    • Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Pescador de Calella de Palafrugell Óleo sobre lienzo
      Dec. 18, 2013

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Pescador de Calella de Palafrugell Óleo sobre lienzo

      Est: €4,750 -

      Ricardo López Cabrera Cantillana 1864 - 1950 Pescador de Calella de Palafrugell Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado y localizado en Calella de Palafrugell, Girona 110x85 cm

      Balclis
    • Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, 1864 - Sevilla 1950)
      Dec. 01, 2012

      Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, 1864 - Sevilla 1950)

      Est: - €400

      Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, 1864 - Sevilla 1950) "Escena pastoril" Óleo sobre tela. Firmado. Medidas: 37 x 23 cm.

      La Suite Subastas
    • Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, 1864 - Sevilla 1950)
      May. 12, 2012

      Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, 1864 - Sevilla 1950)

      Est: -

      Ricardo López Cabrera (Cantillana, 1864 - Sevilla 1950) "Esccena pastoril" Óleo sobre tela. Firmado. Medidas: 37 x 23 cm. Precio de salida: 800

      La Suite Subastas
    • Ricardo Lopez Cabrera (Spanish, 1866-1950) En familia 22 3/4 x 31 3/4in (57.7 x 80.6cm)
      Apr. 25, 2012

      Ricardo Lopez Cabrera (Spanish, 1866-1950) En familia 22 3/4 x 31 3/4in (57.7 x 80.6cm)

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      En familia signed and inscribed 'R. Lopez Cabrera Sevilla' (lower right) oil on canvas laid down 22 3/4 x 31 3/4in (57.7 x 80.6cm)

      Bonhams
    • Ricardo Lopez Cabrera (Spanish, 1864-1950)
      Oct. 01, 2008

      Ricardo Lopez Cabrera (Spanish, 1864-1950)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Ricardo Lopez Cabrera (Spanish, 1864-1950) Portrait of a young beauty signed and dated 'R. L. Cabrera/1914' (lower left) oil on board, unframed 19¾ x 15¾ in. (50.1 x 40 cm.)

      Christie's
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