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Painter, Illustrator, Etcher, b. 1748 - d. 1814

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        • After ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca 1748 - 1814) "Horse riding practice"
          Mar. 14, 2024

          After ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca 1748 - 1814) "Horse riding practice"

          Est: €300 - €400

          After ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca 1748 - 1814) "Horse riding practice" Set of six engravings from "National Chalcography" 48 x 35 cm 300 - 400 €

          Bayeu Subastas
        • ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a gentleman" and "Portrait of a lady"
          Mar. 04, 2024

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a gentleman" and "Portrait of a lady"

          Est: €30,000 - €40,000

          Pair of pastels on paper adhered to canvases. Signed the portrait of the Lady at the bottom. On the back in the frames labels from the Board of Seizure and Protection of Artistic Heritage with numbers 2590 and 2564 Torres provenance Provenance: -Duquesa de las Torres, Madrid -Private collection Measurements: 58 x 46 cm each

          Ansorena
        • ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Collection of the main lucks of a bullfight"
          Mar. 04, 2024

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Collection of the main lucks of a bullfight"

          Est: €375 - €500

          12 framed colored prints. Some have stains and deterioration. Measurements: 21 x 30 cm.

          Ansorena
        • ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Equestrian portraits"
          Mar. 04, 2024

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Equestrian portraits"

          Est: €300 - €400

          5 hand-illuminated etching and burin engravings Signed on plate according to drawings by Antonio Carnicero made by Manuel Salvador Carmona, TomAs LOpez Enguidanos, Esteve, Almetller and Moreno. Measurements: Footprint: 48.5 x 34 cm each; paper: between 73.5 x 51.5 cm and 57.7 x 39.5 cm

          Ansorena
        • ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Immaculate Conception"
          Dec. 18, 2023

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Immaculate Conception"

          Est: €22,500 - €30,000

          Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 128.5 x 97.5 cm.

          Ansorena
        • It could be ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814). "Female portrait" and "Male portrait". Charcoal pencil and charcoal on paper. The female portrait has red numbering corresponding to the Artistic Recovery Service.
          Dec. 18, 2023

          It could be ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814). "Female portrait" and "Male portrait". Charcoal pencil and charcoal on paper. The female portrait has red numbering corresponding to the Artistic Recovery Service.

          Est: €15,000 - €16,000

          It could be ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814). "Female portrait" and "Male portrait". Charcoal pencil and charcoal on paper. The female portrait has red numbering corresponding to the Artistic Recovery Service. Measurements: 42,5 x 33 cm; 59 x 51,5 cm (frame). Antonio Carnicero achieved great fame as a portrait painter, even immortalizing monarchs such as Fernando VII. On this occasion he offers us a male portrait and a female portrait that share common features: their serene gazes, fixed on the viewer, with no other symbols of their rank than the dignity of their faces and the richness of their clothes, which follow the prevailing Spanish fashion in Europe at the time. Painter and engraver, son of the baroque sculptor Alejandro Carnicero, he was also an excellent miniaturist. He entered the San Fernando Academy in Madrid at the age of ten, and accompanied his brother Isidro to Rome. He remained in the Italian capital for six years, perfecting his art and participating in various artistic competitions, being awarded prizes in several of them. On his return to Spain he completed his training at the Madrid Academy. During these years he began his collaboration with José del Castillo, with whom he worked from 1775 onwards on cartoons for tapestries for the Royal Factory, destined to decorate the rooms of the Princess of Asturias in the palace of El Pardo. As a draftsman he illustrated the editions of "Don Quixote" published by the Royal Spanish Academy in 1780 and 1782. In 1790 he made preparatory drawings for engravings, among them his outstanding series entitled "Tauromaquia". In 1796 and after previous failed attempts, he was appointed Pintor de Cámara de Carlos IV. Between this date and 1799, he made the illustrations for the book "El Real Picadero", commissioned by Manuel Godoy, which he was unable to finish. He also collaborated with the "Colección de trajes", a series on the popular types in Spain, making between 1778 and 1784 seven illustrations with typical characters of the Balearic Islands. His scenes of dances and walks, or the flights of Montgolfier balloons, are ascribed to the Rococo style. However, in his portraits a greater classicism can be appreciated, as can be seen in his "Portrait of Carlos IV with armor" and in the "Portrait of Manuel Godoy". Among the variety of styles and genres treated by the artist is a work of exceptional character, "The Allegory of Vigilance", with a moral theme, painted with dramatic hallmarks of light and shadow that anticipate the romantic aesthetics of the sublime. In the 1780s Carnicero worked on a series of oil paintings with views of roads and ports, originally commissioned by Carlos III to Mariano Ramón Sánchez, which reflects the sophisticated cultural and enlightened interest of the time in the historical, archaeological and geographical heritage of the country. During these years the painter was sent to Aranjuez as drawing teacher of Prince Ferdinand. In connection with this he served a month in prison in 1806, after the incidents of the so-called "Prince's trial". However, after his imprisonment he agreed to remain in his position as Painter to the King. The usurpation of Joseph I Bonaparte meant his fall from grace, but after the restoration of the government of Ferdinand VII he was restored to his post. Butcher is represented in the Prado Museum, the Municipal Museum of Madrid, the Academy of San Fernando, the Lázaro Galdiano of Madrid and the Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao, among others.

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        • Antonio Carnicero (1748-1814)
          Oct. 12, 2023

          Antonio Carnicero (1748-1814)

          Est: £80 - £120

          Antonio Carnicero (1748-1814) The Bull Ring, Madrid proof engraving 35 x 50.5cm

          Cheffins
        • ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a gentleman" and "Portrait of a lady"
          Oct. 03, 2023

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a gentleman" and "Portrait of a lady"

          Est: €45,000 - €60,000

          Pair of pastels on paper attached to canvases Signed the portrait of the Lady at the bottom. On the back in the frames labels of the Board of Confiscation and Protection of Artistic Heritage with the numbers 2590 and 2564 Torres provenance Provenance: -Duquesa de las Torres, Madrid -Private collection Measurements: 58 x 46 cm each

          Ansorena
        • CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748 - 1814)
          Jul. 19, 2023

          CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748 - 1814)

          Est: -

          Copper engraving, later stamping.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Lady Portrait, Spanish Neoclassical shool of the late 18th century, in the manner of Antonio Carnicero (Salamanca, 1748-Madrid, 1814)
          Jul. 06, 2023

          Lady Portrait, Spanish Neoclassical shool of the late 18th century, in the manner of Antonio Carnicero (Salamanca, 1748-Madrid, 1814)

          Est: €12,000 - €15,000

          Measures 100 x 71 cm, without frame. (Salamanca, 1748-Madrid, 1814). Provenance: private collection, Madrid. Spanish painter and engraver, son of the Baroque sculptor Alejandro Carnicero, he was also a miniaturist of great interest, although the best known part of his work consists of genre scenes and series of engraved illustrations. He entered the San Fernando Academy at the age of ten and accompanied his brother Isidro to Rome. He stayed in the Eternal City for six years and won several artistic competitions. Upon his return, he completed his training at the Madrid Academy and from 1775, as a collaborator of José del Castillo, he prepared cartoons for tapestries of the Royal Factory, destined to decorate the rooms of the Princess of Asturias in the palace of El Pardo. As a draftsman he made illustrations for the editions of Don Quixote published by the Royal Spanish Academy in 1780 and 1782. In 1790 he made preparatory drawings for engravings, such as the important set of Tauromaquia. Already as a painter of camera he made between 1796 and 1799, by order of Manuel Godoy, the book of the Real picadero or La equitación, which he could not conclude. He collaborated in the Collection of suits, series on the popular types of Spain, realizing, between 1778 and 1784, seven drawings with personages of the Balearic Islands. Bibliography: Martínez Ibáñez, María Antonia, «La pintura de Antonio Carnicero Mancio en el Prado», Boletín del Museo del Prado, vol. XI, n.º 29, Madrid, 1990, pp. 37-41.

          Templum Fine Art Auctions
        • Important Portrait of a Girl, Spanish Neoclassicist school, circle of Antonio Carnicero (Salamanca, January 10, 1748-Madrid, August 21, 1814), Madrid school from the end of the 18th century
          Jul. 06, 2023

          Important Portrait of a Girl, Spanish Neoclassicist school, circle of Antonio Carnicero (Salamanca, January 10, 1748-Madrid, August 21, 1814), Madrid school from the end of the 18th century

          Est: €4,000 - €5,000

          Oil on canvas, measures: 116 x 75 (canvas only), framed measures: 126 x 85 cm. Origin: important private family collection, Barcelona.

          Templum Fine Art Auctions
        • Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 – Madrid, 1814). "Charles IV", h. 1800. Oil on canvas. Relined. It presents restorations.
          Apr. 20, 2023

          Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 – Madrid, 1814). "Charles IV", h. 1800. Oil on canvas. Relined. It presents restorations.

          Est: €5,000 - €6,000

          Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814). "Carlos IV", ca. 1800. Oil on canvas. Re-drawn. It presents restorations. Measurements: 101 x 79, 5 cm. Dressed in a maroon silk suit, embroidered in gold, the monarch holds with his hand the command staff of captain general, while he rests the other one on his waist. The cross and the sash of the Order of Charles III, as well as that of San Gennaro of Naples, hang glittering above the robe. The golden fleece can also be seen. Aesthetically, the works are close to the paintings of Antonio Carnicero, who achieved great fame as a portrait painter and immortalised the monarchs on numerous occasions. It is also worth mentioning that in many of his works Carnicero worked in small formats, demonstrating great mastery. Aesthetically the work is close to the precepts of the painter and engraver, son of the Baroque sculptor Alejandro Carnicero, he was also an excellent miniaturist. He entered the San Fernando Academy in Madrid at the age of ten and accompanied his brother Isidro to Rome. He remained in the Italian capital for six years, perfecting his art and taking part in various artistic competitions, winning prizes in several of them. On his return to Spain he completed his training at the Madrid Academy. Around this time he began to collaborate with José del Castillo, with whom he worked from 1775 onwards on tapestry cartoons for the Royal Factory, intended to decorate the rooms of the Princess of Asturias in the palace of El Pardo. As a draughtsman he illustrated the editions of Don Quixote published by the Royal Spanish Academy in 1780 and 1782. In 1790 he made preparatory drawings for engravings, among them his outstanding series entitled "Tauromaquia". In 1796, after previous unsuccessful attempts, he was appointed Pintor de Cámara (Chamber Painter) to Charles IV. Between that date and 1799 he did the illustrations for the book "El Real Picadero", commissioned by Manuel Godoy, which he was nevertheless unable to complete. He also collaborated with the "Colección de trajes" (Costume Collection), a series on popular types in Spain, producing between 1778 and 1784 seven illustrations of typical characters from the Balearic Islands. His scenes of dancing and strolling, or the flights of Montgolfier balloons, are in the Rococo style. However, his portraits are more classicist, as can be seen in his "Portrait of Charles IV in Armour" and "Portrait of Manuel Godoy". Among the variety of styles and genres treated by the artist is an exceptional work, "The Allegory of Vigilance", with a moral theme, painted with dramatic contrasts of light and shade that anticipate the Romantic aesthetic of the sublime. In the 1780s Carnicero worked on a series of oil paintings with views of roads and ports, originally commissioned by Charles III from Mariano Ramón Sánchez, which reflects the sophisticated cultural and enlightened interest of the time in the historical, archaeological and geographical heritage of the country. During these years the painter was sent to Aranjuez as drawing teacher to Prince Ferdinand. In connection with this he served a month in prison in 1806, following the incidents of the so-called "Prince's trial". However, after his imprisonment he agreed to remain in his post as Painter to the King. The usurpation of Joseph I Bonaparte led to his fall from grace, but after the restoration of Ferdinand VII's government he was restored to his post. Butcher is represented in the Prado Museum, the Madrid Municipal Museum, the San Fernando Academy, the Lázaro Galdiano Museum in Madrid and the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, among others.

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        • Butcher. Field Gallop
          Mar. 22, 2023

          Butcher. Field Gallop

          Est: -

          Copper engraving, later stamping.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a lady"
          Dec. 14, 2022

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a lady"

          Est: €12,000 - €16,000

          Pencil with clarion highlights on paper. In the lower right corner numbering in red corresponding to the Artistic Recovery Service. Origin: Graells Collection, Barcelona; Particular collection. Measurements: 42.5 x 33 cm.

          Ansorena
        • ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a gentleman"
          Dec. 14, 2022

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814) "Portrait of a gentleman"

          Est: €12,000 - €16,000

          Pencil on paper. Origin: -Graells Collection, Barcelona; -Particular collection. Measurements: 44.5 x 33.5 cm.

          Ansorena
        • Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 – Madrid, 1814). “Portrait of Carlos IV and María Luis de Parma”, c.1805. Pair of oils on canvas. Relined. They preserve Carlos IV style frames, c 1800, adapted.
          Dec. 12, 2022

          Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 – Madrid, 1814). “Portrait of Carlos IV and María Luis de Parma”, c.1805. Pair of oils on canvas. Relined. They preserve Carlos IV style frames, c 1800, adapted.

          Est: €25,000 - €28,000

          Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814). "Portrait of Charles IV and Maria Luis de Parma", c.1805. Pair of oil paintings on canvas. Re-framed. They conserve frames of style Carlos IV, c 1800, adapted. Measurements: 40 x 27 cm (x2); 49 x 36 cm (frames, x2). Pair of paintings representing the monarchs Charles IV and his wife Maria Luisa of Parma. In both cases the artist has respected the aesthetic guidelines typical of court portraits, with both protagonists situated in the centre of the scene, with an upright and regal posture leaning, in the case of the king, on his baton of command, and in the case of the queen, on her crown of sovereignty. The two portraits are set in an interior space that is notable for its pomp and magnificence. Aesthetically, the works are close to the painting of Antonio Carnicero, who achieved great fame as a portrait painter and immortalised the monarchs on numerous occasions. It is also worth mentioning that in many of his works Carnicero worked in small formats, demonstrating great mastery. A painter and engraver, son of the Baroque sculptor Alejandro Carnicero, he was also an excellent miniaturist. He entered the San Fernando Academy in Madrid at the age of ten and accompanied his brother Isidro to Rome. He remained in the Italian capital for six years, perfecting his art and taking part in various artistic competitions, winning prizes in several of them. On his return to Spain he completed his training at the Madrid Academy. Around this time he began to collaborate with José del Castillo, with whom he worked from 1775 onwards on tapestry cartoons for the Royal Factory, intended to decorate the rooms of the Princess of Asturias in the palace of El Pardo. As a draughtsman he illustrated the editions of Don Quixote published by the Royal Spanish Academy in 1780 and 1782. In 1790 he made preparatory drawings for engravings, among them his outstanding series entitled "Tauromaquia". In 1796, after previous unsuccessful attempts, he was appointed Pintor de Cámara (Chamber Painter) to Charles IV. Between that date and 1799 he did the illustrations for the book "El Real Picadero", commissioned by Manuel Godoy, which he was nevertheless unable to complete. He also collaborated with the "Colección de trajes" (Costume Collection), a series on popular types in Spain, producing between 1778 and 1784 seven illustrations with typical characters from the Balearic Islands. His scenes of dancing and strolling, or the flights of Montgolfier balloons, are in the Rococo style. However, his portraits are more classicist, as can be seen in his "Portrait of Charles IV in Armour" and "Portrait of Manuel Godoy". Among the variety of styles and genres treated by the artist is an exceptional work, "The Allegory of Vigilance", with a moral theme, painted with dramatic contrasts of light and shade that anticipate the Romantic aesthetic of the sublime. In the 1780s Carnicero worked on a series of oil paintings with views of roads and ports, originally commissioned by Charles III from Mariano Ramón Sánchez, which reflects the sophisticated cultural and enlightened interest of the time in the historical, archaeological and geographical heritage of the country. During these years the painter was sent to Aranjuez as drawing teacher to Prince Ferdinand. In connection with this he served a month in prison in 1806, following the incidents of the so-called "Prince's trial". However, after his imprisonment he agreed to remain in his post as Painter to the King. The usurpation of Joseph I Bonaparte led to his fall from grace, but after the restoration of Ferdinand VII's government he was restored to his post. Carnicero is represented in the Prado Museum, the Madrid Municipal Museum, the San Fernando Academy, the Lázaro Galdiano Museum in Madrid and the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, among others.

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO (1748 - 1814) "Vista de la Plaza y Corrida de Toros en Madrid" in 1791
          Oct. 19, 2022

          ANTONIO CARNICERO (1748 - 1814) "Vista de la Plaza y Corrida de Toros en Madrid" in 1791

          Est: €100 - €150

          ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814) "Vista de la Plaza y Corrida de Toros en Madrid" in 1791 Coloured engraving 38 x 52 cm 100 - 150 €

          Bayeu Subastas
        • Carnicero. Three etchings
          Sep. 28, 2022

          Carnicero. Three etchings

          Est: -

          "Short trot" (2 different engravings titled the same); "Move Step"; Etching and burin engravings by J. de P. Marti, Francisco Muntaner and Fernando Selma. Watercolors. Tan paper. Framed in a frame.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Niño Jesús con la Cruz
          Sep. 22, 2022

          Niño Jesús con la Cruz

          Est: -

          .

          Isbilya Subastas
        • Antonio Carnicero (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814) - "Royal Riding Arena"
          May. 25, 2022

          Antonio Carnicero (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814) - "Royal Riding Arena"

          Est: €600 - €700

          Antonio Carnicero (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814) "Royal Riding Arena" Four engravings, printed by the Spanish National Calcography 35 x 20 cm 600 - 700 €

          Greco Subastas
        • Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 – Madrid, 1814). “Portrait of Carlos IV and María Luis de Parma”, c.1805. Pair of oils on canvas. Relined. They preserve Carlos IV style frames, c 1800, adapted.
          Apr. 27, 2022

          Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 – Madrid, 1814). “Portrait of Carlos IV and María Luis de Parma”, c.1805. Pair of oils on canvas. Relined. They preserve Carlos IV style frames, c 1800, adapted.

          Est: €38,000 - €40,000

          Attributed to ANTONIO CARNICERO MANCIO (Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814). "Portrait of Charles IV and Maria Luis de Parma", c.1805. Pair of oil paintings on canvas. Re-framed. They conserve frames of style Carlos IV, c 1800, adapted. Measurements: 40 x 27 cm (x2); 49 x 36 cm (frames, x2). Pair of paintings representing the monarchs Charles IV and his wife Maria Luisa of Parma. In both cases the artist has respected the aesthetic guidelines typical of court portraits, with both protagonists situated in the centre of the scene, with an upright and regal posture leaning, in the case of the king, on his baton of command, and in the case of the queen, on her crown of sovereignty. The two portraits are set in an interior space that is notable for its pomp and magnificence. Aesthetically, the works are close to the painting of Antonio Carnicero, who achieved great fame as a portrait painter and immortalised the monarchs on numerous occasions. It is also worth mentioning that in many of his works Carnicero worked in small formats, demonstrating great mastery. A painter and engraver, son of the Baroque sculptor Alejandro Carnicero, he was also an excellent miniaturist. He entered the San Fernando Academy in Madrid at the age of ten and accompanied his brother Isidro to Rome. He remained in the Italian capital for six years, perfecting his art and taking part in various artistic competitions, winning prizes in several of them. On his return to Spain he completed his training at the Madrid Academy. Around this time he began to collaborate with José del Castillo, with whom he worked from 1775 onwards on tapestry cartoons for the Royal Factory, intended to decorate the rooms of the Princess of Asturias in the palace of El Pardo. As a draughtsman he illustrated the editions of Don Quixote published by the Royal Spanish Academy in 1780 and 1782. In 1790 he made preparatory drawings for engravings, among them his outstanding series entitled "Tauromaquia". In 1796, after previous unsuccessful attempts, he was appointed Pintor de Cámara (Chamber Painter) to Charles IV. Between that date and 1799 he did the illustrations for the book "El Real Picadero", commissioned by Manuel Godoy, which he was nevertheless unable to complete. He also collaborated with the "Colección de trajes" (Costume Collection), a series on popular types in Spain, producing between 1778 and 1784 seven illustrations with typical characters from the Balearic Islands. His scenes of dancing and strolling, or the flights of Montgolfier balloons, are in the Rococo style. However, his portraits are more classicist, as can be seen in his "Portrait of Charles IV in Armour" and "Portrait of Manuel Godoy". Among the variety of styles and genres treated by the artist is an exceptional work, "The Allegory of Vigilance", with a moral theme, painted with dramatic contrasts of light and shade that anticipate the Romantic aesthetic of the sublime. In the 1780s Carnicero worked on a series of oil paintings with views of roads and ports, originally commissioned by Charles III from Mariano Ramón Sánchez, which reflects the sophisticated cultural and enlightened interest of the time in the historical, archaeological and geographical heritage of the country. During these years the painter was sent to Aranjuez as drawing teacher to Prince Ferdinand. In connection with this he served a month in prison in 1806, following the incidents of the so-called "Prince's trial". However, after his imprisonment he agreed to remain in his post as Painter to the King. The usurpation of Joseph I Bonaparte led to his fall from grace, but after the restoration of Ferdinand VII's government he was restored to his post. Carnicero is represented in the Prado Museum, the Madrid Municipal Museum, the San Fernando Academy, the Lázaro Galdiano Museum in Madrid and the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, among others.

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO. Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814). "Don Quixote". 20,6 x 14,3 cm each.
          Apr. 05, 2022

          ANTONIO CARNICERO. Salamanca (1748) / Madrid (1814). "Don Quixote". 20,6 x 14,3 cm each.

          Est: €750 - €1,000

          Six copperplate engravings, in first state, for the edition of Don Quixote by the Royal Spanish Academy. Ibarra. Madrid. 1780. Inscribed: "Antonio Carnizero la inventò y dibuxò". (6); "Iuan Barcelon engraved it in Madrid Aº. 1777" (2); "Joachin Ballester engraved it in Madrid 1780." (4) . 20,6 x 14,3 cm each.

          Ansorena
        • Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros II
          Feb. 23, 2022

          Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros II

          Est: -

          Second print of the series "Collection of the main fates of a bullfight". Margins fine, slightly mottled.

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        • Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros IV
          Feb. 23, 2022

          Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros IV

          Est: -

          Fourth print of the series "Collection of the main fates of a bullfight". Good margins. Light stain.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Carnicero. Three etchings
          Feb. 23, 2022

          Carnicero. Three etchings

          Est: -

          "Galope sustained", "Short trot", Movement step". Etching and burin engravings by B. Ametller, J. Ballester and Manuel Esquivel de Sotomayor. Back stamping. Toasted paper. Framed in a frame.

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        • Carnicero. Three etchings
          Feb. 23, 2022

          Carnicero. Three etchings

          Est: -

          "Short trot" (2 different engravings titled the same); "Move Step"; Etching and burin engravings by J. de P. Marti, Francisco Muntaner and Fernando Selma. Watercolors. Tan paper. Framed in a frame.

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        • Carnicero. Three etchings
          Feb. 23, 2022

          Carnicero. Three etchings

          Est: -

          "Galope de Campo" (2 different engravings with the same titles); "Jog"; etchings and engravings by Tomás López Enguidanos. Watercolors; back stamping. Tan paper; some marginal deterioration.

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        • Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros IV
          Dec. 28, 2021

          Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros IV

          Est: -

          Cuarta estampa de la serie "Colección de las principales suertes de una corrida de toros". Bien de márgenes. Leve mancha.

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        • Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros III
          Dec. 28, 2021

          Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros III

          Est: -

          Tercera estampa de la serie "Colección de las principales suertes de una corrida de toros". Bien de márgenes.

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        • Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros II
          Dec. 28, 2021

          Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros II

          Est: -

          Segunda estampa de la serie "Colección de las principales suertes de una corrida de toros". Bien de márgenes, leve moteado.

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        • Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros I
          Dec. 28, 2021

          Carnicero. Suertes de una corrida de Toros I

          Est: -

          Primera estampa de la serie "Colección de las principales suertes de una corrida de toros". Bien de márgenes.

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        • Antonio Carnicero. Studies
          Dec. 28, 2021

          Antonio Carnicero. Studies

          Est: -

          Aguada sobre sobre papel verjurado.

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO - Collection of the main fortunes of a bullfight
          Sep. 21, 2021

          ANTONIO CARNICERO - Collection of the main fortunes of a bullfight

          Est: €800 - €1,600

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca 1748 - Madrid 1814 LUIS FERNÁNDEZ NOSERET Active in Madrid around 1790 Collection of the main fortunes of a bullfight. 1795 Hand-illuminated copper engravings (seven) Numbered Size 174 x 240 mm plate

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        • Antonio CARNICERO. - Lot de 8 gravures de cavalier. [XIXe siècle]. Ens. 8 pièces.
          Jul. 10, 2021

          Antonio CARNICERO. - Lot de 8 gravures de cavalier. [XIXe siècle]. Ens. 8 pièces.

          Est: €400 - €500

          Antonio CARNICERO. Lot de 8 gravures de cavalier. [XIXe siècle]. Ens. 8 pièces. Ensemble de 8 gravures richement rehaussées en couleurs, 35 x 21. Le lot comprend : Real Picadero - Paso de mobimiento - Galope de Campo (2 différentes) - Trote sostenido - Parado - Trote Corto (2 différentes). Bon état général.

          Lhomme
        • Carnicero. Three equestrian etchings
          May. 26, 2021

          Carnicero. Three equestrian etchings

          Est: -

          Grabados por M. Carmona, J. Moreno y B. Arneller. Acuarelados. Estampación posterior.

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        • Antonio Carnicero
          Apr. 15, 2021

          Antonio Carnicero

          Est: €10,000 - €15,000

          Antonio Carnicero 1748 Salamanca - 1814 Madrid (attributed to) Portrait of a boy with a canary (Francisco de Paula Antonio de Borbón, Duque de Cádiz ?). Oil on canvas. 115 x 77.5 cm. Relined. Restored. Minor damage to frame. Provenance: according to the information given by the previous owner, acquired from Spanish nobility Literature: exhibition catalogue Exposición de retratos de niño en España. Catálogo general ilustrado. Madrid, Sociedad Española de Amigos del Arte, May - June 1925, plate XXXIII (as \"Carnicero [?]\").

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        • Carnicero. Three equestrian etchings
          Mar. 25, 2021

          Carnicero. Three equestrian etchings

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          Grabaos por M. Carmona, J. Moreno y B. Arneller. Acuarelados. Estampación posterior.

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO - Lot of four horse riding engravings
          Feb. 16, 2021

          ANTONIO CARNICERO - Lot of four horse riding engravings

          Est: €350 - €700

          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca, 1748-Madrid, 1814 Lot of four Horse Riding engravings Etching on paper (four) Signed and titled Sizes 48.5 x 35 cm. each.

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO 1748 / 1814
          Jan. 27, 2021

          ANTONIO CARNICERO 1748 / 1814

          Est: €450 - €600

          "Equestrian Scenes", 1800 Six equestrian Engravings framed in groups of three. Signed and dated on plate according to designs by Antonio Carnicero made by Manuel Salavador Carmona, Francisco Muntaner, Fernando Selma, Almetller and Moreno Engravings on paper Engravings

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO (1748 / 1814). """Ferdinand VII as Prince of Asturias"", c. 1791 "
          Jan. 26, 2021

          ANTONIO CARNICERO (1748 / 1814). """Ferdinand VII as Prince of Asturias"", c. 1791 "

          Est: €54,000 - €72,000

          Cutting portrait of exceptional quality representing Ferdinand VII at about seven years of age. The figure of the child is framed by iconographic elements of his status as heir to the throne, such as the armchair and the ermine lined cloak, wearing Charles III's fleece and band. In 1789 he was proclaimed Prince of Asturias, and according to his age and the style of painting, characteristic of those made by this painter around 1790, it could be dated around 1791. The technique of execution of the face and the costume are those typical of Carnicero in portrait painting, with the figure standing out against the background of warm tones. A certificate from Enrique Valdivieso is attached, attributing the painting to Carnicero. ANTIQUE AND STYLE PAINTING

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO - El Real Picadero de Carlos IV
          Sep. 17, 2019

          ANTONIO CARNICERO - El Real Picadero de Carlos IV

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          ANTONIO CARNICERO Salamanca, 1748 - Madrid, 1814 El Real Picadero de Carlos IV Hand painted copper engraving Titled Measurements 34.2 x 22.5 cm

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        • Antonio Carnicero (1748 - 1814)
          Jun. 27, 2019

          Antonio Carnicero (1748 - 1814)

          Est: €30,000 - €35,000

          Antonio Carnicero (1748 - 1814) "Portrait of Ferdinand VII as Prince of Asturias" Oil on canvas. Circa 1791. 126 x 91 cm. Carnicero was named Chamber Painter of Charles IV in 1796. He was Ferdinand VII´s painting tutor, and painted his portrait on various occasions, also painting his brothers, Carlos María Isidro and Francisco de Paula. In his report, Enrique Valdivieso highlights that "With regard to this child portrait of Ferdinand VII, it can be noted that Carnicero had the creative spirit of Goya with him at that time, and for this reason there are many stylistic references to the great painter. In this painting, he made an enormous effort to imitate Goya´s style, both in the boy´s physical expression and the description of the suit he is wearing as well as in the way of arranging the furniture and curtains in the background, inspiring a gentle and intimate image.” The painting comes with Enrique Valdivieso González´s report dated February 2017.

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        • CARNICERO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). “Real Picadero; ga
          Dec. 20, 2018

          CARNICERO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). “Real Picadero; ga

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          CARNICERO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). “Real Picadero; galope sostenido; paso de movimiento; trote corto; trote sostenido; trote corto; galope de campo; parado y trote corto”. Once grabados estampados por la Calcografía Nacional, año 1800. Med. huella: 35x21 cm. Med. papel: 74,5x52 cm. English Translations CARNICERO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). “Real Picadero; galope sostenido; paso de movimiento; trote corto; trote sostenido; trote corto; galope de campo; parado y trote corto”. Eleven engravings stamped by the Calcografía Nacional, year 1800. Image size: 35x21 cm. Paper size: 74.5x52 cm.

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        • CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Suerte de
          Nov. 20, 2018

          CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Suerte de

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          CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Suerte de varas". Engraving of the series "Las principales suertes de una corrida de toros", formed by cover and twelve prints, published in Madrid, 1795. Engraver: Luis Fernández Noseret. Stamp No. III. Etching and burin on vellum paper. Very rare specimen in good condition. Copy of collection. Etching size: 17.8x23.9 cm. Paper size: 32x25 cm. CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Suerte de varas". Grabado de la serie "Las principales suertes de una corrida de toros”, formada por portada y doce estampas, editada en Madrid, 1795. Grabador: Luis Fernández Noseret. Estampa nº III. Aguafuerte y buril sobre papel vitela. Muy raro ejemplar en buen estado. Ejemplar de colección. Med. plancha: 17,8x23,9 cm. Med. papel: 32x25 cm.

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        • CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Echando pe
          Nov. 20, 2018

          CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Echando pe

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          CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Echando perros al toro". Engraving of the series "Las principales suertes de una corrida de toros", formed by cover and twelve prints, published in Madrid, 1795. Engraver: Luis Fernández Noseret. Stamp No. VI. Etching and burin on vellum paper. Very rare specimen in good condition. Copy of collection. Etching size: 17.8x23.9 cm. Paper size: 32x25 cm. CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Echando perros al toro". Grabado de la serie "Las principales suertes de una corrida de toros”, formada por portada y doce estampas, editada en Madrid, 1795. Grabador: Luis Fernández Noseret. Estampa nº VI. Aguafuerte y buril sobre papel vitela. Muy raro ejemplar en buen estado. Ejemplar de colección. Med. plancha: 17,8x23,9 cm. Med. papel: 32x25 cm.

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        • CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Las mulill
          Nov. 20, 2018

          CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Las mulill

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          CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Las mulillas arrastran al toro". Engraving of the series "Las principales suertes de una corrida de toros", formed by cover and twelve prints, published in Madrid, 1795. Engraver: Luis Fernández Noseret. Print No. XII. Etching and burin on vellum paper. Very rare specimen in good condition. Copy of collection. Etching size: 17.8x23.9 cm. Paper size: 32x25 cm. CARNICERO MANCIO, ANTONIO (1748-1814). "Las mulillas arrastran al toro". Grabado de la serie "Las principales suertes de una corrida de toros”, formada por portada y doce estampas, editada en Madrid, 1795. Grabador: Luis Fernández Noseret. Estampa nº XII. Aguafuerte y buril sobre papel vitela. Muy raro ejemplar en buen estado. Ejemplar de colección. Med. plancha: 17,8x23,9 cm. Med. papel: 32x25 cm.

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca, 1748-Madrid, 1814) Escena de vendimia y escena de jardín Pareja de óleos sobre lienzo de 29 x 46,5 cm. Bibliografía de referencia: – Martínez Ibáñez, María Antonia: “Antonio Carnicero Mancio, 1997. Caja Salamanca y Soria. Obera Social y Cultural. Procedencia: – Colección Conde de Casal. – Colección particular, Madrid. Representación de dos escenas costumbristas, una de ellas en un jardín y otra representando una escena de vendimia con personajes disfrutando de sus momentos de recreo, ataviados con la indumentaria característica del siglo XVIII. No sería desacertado situar la escena de jardín alrededor de 1784, cuando el pintor desarrolla su actividad en Madrid y realiza varios cuadros ambientados en las afueras de la ciudad, como Aranjuez, siendo uno de los más emblemáticos de este momento la Ascensión de un globo Montgolfier, que se encuentra en el Museo d
          Jun. 20, 2018

          ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca, 1748-Madrid, 1814) Escena de vendimia y escena de jardín Pareja de óleos sobre lienzo de 29 x 46,5 cm. Bibliografía de referencia: – Martínez Ibáñez, María Antonia: “Antonio Carnicero Mancio, 1997. Caja Salamanca y Soria. Obera Social y Cultural. Procedencia: – Colección Conde de Casal. – Colección particular, Madrid. Representación de dos escenas costumbristas, una de ellas en un jardín y otra representando una escena de vendimia con personajes disfrutando de sus momentos de recreo, ataviados con la indumentaria característica del siglo XVIII. No sería desacertado situar la escena de jardín alrededor de 1784, cuando el pintor desarrolla su actividad en Madrid y realiza varios cuadros ambientados en las afueras de la ciudad, como Aranjuez, siendo uno de los más emblemáticos de este momento la Ascensión de un globo Montgolfier, que se encuentra en el Museo d

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          ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca, 1748-Madrid, 1814) Vintage scene and garden scene. Pair of oil paintings on canvas 29 x 46.5 cm. Reference bibliography: - Martínez Ibáñez, María Antonia: "Antonio Carnicero Mancio, 1997. Caja Salamanca y Soria. Social and Cultural Obera. Provenance: - Conde de Casal Collection. - Private collection, Madrid.Representation of two costumbristas scenes, one of them in a garden and another representing a vintage scene with characters enjoying their moments of recreation, dressed in the typical clothing of the eighteenth century. It would not be unfortunate to locate the garden scene around 1784, when the painter develops his activity in Madrid and makes several paintings set in the outskirts of the city, such as Aranjuez, one of the most emblematic of this time the Ascension of a Montgolfier balloon , which is in the Museum d

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        • ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca 1748-Madrid 1814) San Jose con el Niño. Oil on canvas of 56 x 42 cm. Signed and dated in 1787. Exhibitions: Antonio Carnicero. Cultural Center of the Villa de Madrid, January-March 1997.nº cat. 140. Exhibition Hall of
          Feb. 28, 2018

          ANTONIO CARNICERO (Salamanca 1748-Madrid 1814) San Jose con el Niño. Oil on canvas of 56 x 42 cm. Signed and dated in 1787. Exhibitions: Antonio Carnicero. Cultural Center of the Villa de Madrid, January-March 1997.nº cat. 140. Exhibition Hall of

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          Oleo sobre lienzo de 56 x 42 cm. Firmado y fechado en1787.Exposiciones: Antonio Carnicero. Centro Cultural de la Villa deMadrid,enero-marzo 1997.nº cat. 140. Sala de Exposiciones de la CajaSalamanca y Soria, abril -junio 1997

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