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Landscape painter, b. 1857 - d. 1913

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        • de Regoyos Dario - Orangers (1894)
          Mar. 02, 2024

          de Regoyos Dario - Orangers (1894)

          Est: €18,000 - €24,000

          Oil on board - Sig. "D. de Regoyos" and on the reverse "Orangers/Valencia"

          De Vuyst
        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS (Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, ​​1913) "View of Sierra Nevada" Granada
          Dec. 19, 2023

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS (Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, ​​1913) "View of Sierra Nevada" Granada

          Est: €10,000 - €12,000

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS (Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, ​​1913) "View of Sierra Nevada" Granada Oil on cardboard Signed 41 x 22 cm 10.000 - 12.000 €

          Bayeu Subastas
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDES Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "Basque port", c.1885-87
          Dec. 19, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDES Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "Basque port", c.1885-87

          Est: €7,500 - €10,000

          Oil on cardboard Signed in the lower right corner Between 1885 and 1887 when Regoyos lived in Irun, he carried out this work which represents the passage of a ship leaving the port. This work, due to its spatula workmanship, corresponds to those years, in it the painter wishes to transfer the movement of the ship, through its shadows on the waves and the background formed by the frieze of the buildings and the horizon with the mountain, in a sunset with waning light. These light effects are notable because they give depth to the scene and make the difference between the still part and the mobile part. The way light is worked on both sea and sky, as well as in buildings and landscape, show his unquestionable authorship, as well as the signature that is fully incorporated. We thank Don Juan San Nicolas for his collaboration in cataloging this work. Measurements: 13 x 19 cm

          Ansorena
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - Cementerio…
          Nov. 03, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - Cementerio…

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - Cementerio

          Arte Subastas Bilbao
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - Tree
          Oct. 24, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - Tree

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Tree Watercolor on paper Signed Measurements 10.9 x 15, cm Certificate signed by Dª Isabel Regoyos (widow of Beruete) Authenticity confirmed by D. Juan San Nicolás. This work will be included in the Catalog Raisonné of Watercolors, pastels, drawings and engravings currently being prepared.

          Subastas Segre
        • de Regoyos Dario - Sunset (1917)
          Oct. 21, 2023

          de Regoyos Dario - Sunset (1917)

          Est: €6,000 - €8,000

          Oil on board - Sig. on the reverse 1917 with dedication to Rodrigo Soriano

          De Vuyst
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - Landscape of Guipuzcoa
          Jul. 04, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - Landscape of Guipuzcoa

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Landscape of Guipuzcoa. c, 1900 Oil on cardboard Signed Measures 10.2 x 10.8 cm Certificate signed by D. Juan San Nicolás.

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        • Dario de Regoyos. Three marine views
          May. 30, 2023

          Dario de Regoyos. Three marine views

          Est: -

          Three oil paintings adhered to cardboard. A certificate of the work issued by Don Juan San Nicolás can be issued at the expense of the buyer.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Landscapes". Oil on canvas with light weight glued on cardboard (x3).
          Apr. 24, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Landscapes". Oil on canvas with light weight glued on cardboard (x3).

          Est: €15,000 - €18,000

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Landscapes". Oil on canvas with light weight glued on cardboard (x3). A certificate of the work can be issued by Juan San Nicolás at the buyer's expense. We are grateful for the help of D. Juan San Nicolás, in the cataloguing of the work. Measurements: 13,5 x 8,5 cm; 8,5 x 13,5 cm; 8,5 x 13,5 cm. Following the words of the expert on Regoyos, San Juan Nicolás; "These three marine paintings by the painter Darío de Regoyos, c. 1890, were the property of Edmond Picard, (Brussels1836-Namur1924) who was a great friend of Regoyos, writer, judge by profession and patron of the arts, promoter of the activity of the artistic movements of the circles of the XX and of La libre Esthètique and co-founder of the Belgian magazine L'Art Moderne. These three works, when they were in their original frames, were placed together, with the signed work supporting the authorship of the other two. They all depict light effects, a favourite subject for Regoyos, and are scenes of Belgium painted on different occasions. Of these, the work "Looking at the Sea at Dusk" has a correct signature incorporated into the work, which indicates that it was probably executed at the end of the 1880s, and it is worth noting that, apart from its excellent execution, the man depicted is wearing a traditional Belgian regional hat. The area probably depicted in the excellent seascape with waves is that of Ostend beach, which was visited on several occasions by Regoyos, Picard and the painters Théo Van Rysselberghe and Willy Schlobach, who lived there with their friend and sparring partner, the painter James Ensor, and was an area much appreciated and painted by them. Finally, this sunset effect, in which the intense blue of the sea contrasts with an evening sky full of nuances, is full of depth and success". Darío de Regoyos He trained in Madrid at the San Fernando Academy (1878). Soon, induced by his teacher Carlos de Haes and his musician friends, Enrique F. Arbós and Isaac Albéniz, he settled in Brussels (1879), where he became a pupil of Josep Quinaux. In the Belgian capital he came into contact with E. Verhaeren, G. Rodenbach and M. Maeterlinck, a group of young creators who were forging the main Belgian cultural movement of the end of the century, a movement in which he himself would play an eminent role. He was a member of the groups L'Essor (1881-83) and Les XX (1883-93). However, he never settled anywhere; even during his Belgian period he frequently returned to Spain. During the 1980s he lived in the Basque Country, where he revitalised the already important local modern art school. In 1888 he accompanied the writer Verhaeren on a trip to Spain (he had already done so before with other Belgian companions), which was to be the germ of his famous "España negra" series, published in Barcelona in 1899. While during the 1880s he only took part in exhibitions in Belgium and Holland, in the 1890s he also exhibited in Paris, taking part regularly in the Salon des Indépendants. From these years onwards he also exhibited his work in Madrid, Munich and Barcelona, the latter being the city where his painting was honoured in 1894 by the leading figures of Art Nouveau. However, his work, marked by an Impressionism of which he himself was one of the main proponents, was not well accepted in the more conventional circles. In Belgium, Regoyos was also linked to the society La Libre Esthétique from its beginnings (1894), an association that gathered in this country the heritage of artistic modernism. In 1897 he held his first solo exhibition at the prominent Durand-Ruel gallery in Paris. The second, the following year, was held at Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, where he was artistic director of the magazine "Luz". From 1900 onwards the range of his exhibitions expanded, and his work was shown in Bilbao, Frankfurt, Berlin, The Hague, Venice, Bayonne, San Sebastián, London, etc.

          Setdart Auction House
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - Women. (Varieties)
          Feb. 07, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - Women. (Varieties)

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Women. (Varieties). 1888-1892 Pencil on paper Signed and titled Measurements 12 x 16 cm We thank D. Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this work. "The title given by him is "Las Variedades" and its execution corresponds to the philosophical period of his painting, which is that of Black Spain, in which for him the woman was a favorite subject for his role In the family and their education, as well as respect for the Catholic tradition, this scene could very well correspond to that of women going to or leaving Mass. It cannot be set a fixed date as we do not know where it was drawn, but it can be indicated that he drew it between 1888 and 1892" Juan San Nicolás

          Subastas Segre
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "Aragonés"
          Jan. 17, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "Aragonés"

          Est: €600 - €800

          Pencil on paper Titled and signed at the bottom. On the back, text in pencil by Regoyos. Label of the Biosca Gallery in Madrid Exhibitions: - Biosca Gallery, Madrid, 1980. Exhibition organized for the fortieth anniversary of the Gallery's existence, in whose catalog it is reproduced. Origin: - Properties of the painter's daughters - Collection by D. Santiago Castro - Private Collection, Madrid Upon returning to Spain from Brussels, where he participated in the most avant-garde Belgian circles, he lived in Irún in 1882 and 1883, in the Casa del Cura. From there he decided to make an artistic excursion to Zaragoza in December 1883, which was collected in the correspondence with Octave Maus, who was the organizer of the recently created Círculo de Los 20th century of which Regoyos was a founding member. Regoyos in a tavern carried out this drawing, as well as an oil painting that is currently unaccounted for unknown “A coffee in Zaragoza”. Fundamentally, he was interested in collecting scenes from common life and the customs of simple people, as happens in this drawing. On the back, Regoyos wrote a comment-complaint in prose in pencil regarding the lack of hygiene that was found, as well as the excess of spices in the meals, the stone paths and the animal sounds. This story is at the origin of what he would late r call Black Spain. We thank don Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this lot Measurements: Original paper:

          Ansorena
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - "Vergara".
          Jan. 12, 2023

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - "Vergara".

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - "Vergara".

          Arte Subastas Bilbao
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 – Barcelona, 1913).
          Dec. 28, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 – Barcelona, 1913).

          Est: €11,000 - €12,000

          DARIO DE REGOYOS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 – Barcelona, 1913). “La Concha at sunset”, 1894. Oil on table. Attached certificate issued by Don Juan San Nicolás. Work reproduced in the catalog raisonné of Juan San Nicolás File nº 214. Signed in the lower right corner. Measures: 26 x 33.5 cm; 59 x 66 cm (frame). Work reproduced in: -Luis de Castresana, Basque Painters and Sculptors of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Bilbao. Editorial The Great Basque Encyclopedia, volume IX, fascicle 89, Darío de Regoyos III, 1975, reproduced.p 268 and 269. -Darío de Regoyos, catalog of the exhibition held by Fundación Caja de Pensiones Barcelona and Madrid, 1986-1987. reproduced, p. 141. -Masters of Art of the 19th and 20th centuries, San Nicolás, Juan: “Darío de Regoyos”, Dicionari Ràfols, Barcelona, 1990.p. 308. Work exhibited in: -XV General Exhibition of Fine Arts Madrid.1895. No. 978. -III Exhibition of Fine Arts and Artistic Industries, Constitutional City Council of Barcelona), Palace of Fine Arts, 1896.No. 374. -Dario de Regoyos, Caja de Pensiones Barcelona and Madrid, 1986-1987.

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        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - Peasants
          Dec. 13, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - Peasants

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Peasants. 1895-1900 Watercolor on paper Signed Back watercolor with bullring theme (possibly from Miranda or San Sebastián) Size 15.4 x 11.7 cm We thank D. Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this work.

          Subastas Segre
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - Miranda de Ebro
          Dec. 13, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - Miranda de Ebro

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Miranda de Ebro. 1903 Watercolor on paper Signed in Miranda- de Ebro Size 26.5 x 20.5 cm < br> Certificate of Ms. Isabel Regoyos We thank Mr. Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this work.

          Subastas Segre
        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "View of Pont Royal, Paris", 1881
          Dec. 13, 2022

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "View of Pont Royal, Paris", 1881

          Est: €18,000 - €24,000

          Oil on panel Dedicated, signed and dated in the lower left corner: "A mon ami P.Emile/D. de Regoyos/1881". On the back, an old label dedicated, signed, located "Paris" and dated Since the painter Darío de Regoyos began in 1879 and until 1883, his trips to Brussels and return to the Basque Country, to complete his training, it was always thought that his stay in Paris it would be transit, but recently discovered data confirm that this was not the case, in this capital in those years he made new friends and carried out multiple works, all of them dedicated to his new friends, among whom were: the great composer Charles Bordes (1863-1909), the painter Paul Émile Sautai (1842-1901) whose work is owned by the Museo del Pardo and the distinguished engineer Jean Maurice Émile Baudot (1845-1903), who invented the telegraph device and the Baudot code (Baudio unit of measurement that was the key in telecommunications). This unpublished work, (which for reasons of generational change has appeared on the market) was carried out in 1881 and was dedicated "To mon ami P Emile" by the aforementioned French painter, which represents a view of the Pont Royal in Paris and in the background the silhouette of the dome of the Petit Palais. Regoyos chose his favorite theme, a light effect, in which a mist surrounds the buildings and trees on the banks of the Seine, focusing his vision on the great bridge possibly taken from a boat, achieving a very harmonious scene between the sky and its clouds, the silhouette of the buildings and autumn trees and the light on the bridge. The signature that Regoyos used in those years stands out in this work, in which the use of triangular-shaped letters can be appreciated both in the "D", the "d", the "R" as well as in the "e" the "g" in which its lower part goes back. We thank Don Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this lot. Measurements: 60.5 x 73 cm

          Ansorena
        • Darío de Regoyos. Two ladies at the beach
          Oct. 25, 2022

          Darío de Regoyos. Two ladies at the beach

          Est: -

          Oil on cardboard. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached is a certificate issued by Don Juan San Nicolás on January 4, 2021, in which the work is located in the Basque Country, probably in San Sebastián, in the summer of 1888.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • de Regoyos Dario - Orangers (1894)
          Oct. 22, 2022

          de Regoyos Dario - Orangers (1894)

          Est: €22,000 - €26,000

          Oil on board - Sig. "D. de Regoyos" and on the reverse "Orangers/Valencia"

          De Vuyst
        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "Aragonese"
          Sep. 28, 2022

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS Ribadesella, Asturias (1857) / Barcelona (1913) "Aragonese"

          Est: €1,125 - €1,500

          Pencil on paper Titled and signed at the bottom. Regoyos pencil text on the back. Label of the Biosca Gallery of Madrid Exhibitions: - Biosca Gallery, Madrid, 1980. Exhibition organized for the fortieth anniversary of the Gallery's existence, in whose catalog it is reproduced. Origin: - Property of the painter's daughters - Collection by D. Santiago Castro - Private collection, Madrid Regoyos, upon returning to Spain from Brussels, where he participated in the most avant-garde Belgian circles, lived in Irún in 1882 and 1883, in the Casa del Cura. From there he decided to make an artistic excursion to Zaragoza in December 1883, which was collected in the correspondence with Octave Maus, who was the organizer of the recently created Círculo de Los XX of which Regoyos was a founding member. Regoyos made this drawing in a tavern, as well as an oil painting that is still missing today unknown “A coffee in Zaragoza”. Fundamentally, he was interested in collecting scenes of common life and the customs of simple people, as is the case in this drawing. On the back, Regoyos wrote in prose a comment-complaint regarding the lack of hygiene that was found, as well as the excess of spices in the food, the stone paths and the animal sounds. This story is at the origin of what he would later call La España Negra. We thank Don Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this lot Measurements: Original paper:

          Ansorena
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913
          Sep. 20, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Pau landscape. c. 1889 Charcoal and chalk drawing on cream paper Signed and titled Measures 250 x 335mm We thank D. Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this work. In November 1889, the painter Darío de Regoyos made his third artistic journey with the Belgian poet Emile Verhaeren, this time through France and Italy. They left San Sebastián together and visited Pau at the beginning of November (where he made this drawing). Then they went to Toulouse, Albi, Carcassonne, Montpellier, Avignon, Marseille, Arles, reaching Florence and Assisi, where they separated, each returning to their country. Due to its invoice, this work is a landscape theme in which it includes an environmental theme, the calligraphy of its signature and title "Pau" is original to this painter and is a testimony of his time in this city. John Saint Nicholas.

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        • Darío de Regoyos. Calle de Fuenterrabía
          Jul. 19, 2022

          Darío de Regoyos. Calle de Fuenterrabía

          Est: -

          Oil on board. Signed and located in the lower left corner. On the back label of Manuel Barbié Art Gallery, Barcelona. Bibliography: Catalog raisonné of the artist No. 139. This work is the sketch of work No. 140. It represents a view of Calle Mayor de Fuenterrabía, perfectly keeping the proportions of the street, which in the final version he decided to modify, increasing its width to collect in more detail the procession and the people who participated in it.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Darío de Regoyos. Windmill
          May. 25, 2022

          Darío de Regoyos. Windmill

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas mounted on board. Signed in the lower right side. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Juan San Nicolás. According to San Nicolás, the work must have been executed between 1882 and 1884, a period in which Darío de Regoyos lived in Brussels. Probably located near Ostend, a place close to the Belgian border. The work represents a rural landscape in which the mill presides over the composition in a spring field with touches of color. The lines stand out to represent the cloudy texture of the sky over the Dutch plain.

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS. Ribadesella, Asturia (1857) / Barcelona (1913). "Near Valencia, Drought, February", 1894.
          May. 11, 2022

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS. Ribadesella, Asturia (1857) / Barcelona (1913). "Near Valencia, Drought, February", 1894.

          Est: €37,500 - €50,000

          Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner "Regoyos". On the back, brush on panel signed, located and dated by Regoyos: "Cerca de Valencia/ sequía febrero" ("Near Valencia/ drought February"). Work painted in Valencia during the trip he made in 1894 to meet the Belgian painter living in France, Eugene Boch. Provenance: Private collection, Basque Country. Bibliography: San Nicolás, Juan, "Dario de Regoyos. Catalogue raisonné". Fundación Azcona - Museo de BB.AA. de Asturias, Madrid, 2014, p. 188, nºcat. 218 (reproduced). .35 x 55 cm.

          Ansorena
        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Burgos Cathedral in the background. 1
          Mar. 29, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Burgos Cathedral in the background. 1

          Est: €500 - €1,000

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Burgos Cathedral in the background. 1903-06 Watercolor on paper Signed Measures 15 x 10 cm We appreciate the help of D. Juan San Nicolas in cataloging this work.

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        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Partial view of the Toledo Bridge. Ma
          Mar. 29, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Partial view of the Toledo Bridge. Ma

          Est: €1,500 - €3,000

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 Partial view of the Toledo Bridge. Madrid. 1908 Oil on cardboard Signed and dedicated Measures 24 x 32 cm We appreciate the help of D. Juan San Nicolás in cataloging this work.

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        • Dario de Regoyos. Castilians looking at the sea
          Mar. 29, 2022

          Dario de Regoyos. Castilians looking at the sea

          Est: -

          Lithograph on paper. Signature on plate and stamp (D of R) in lower right and left corners respectively. Work belonging to the Basque Country Album. Edited in 1987. Edited at Federico Álvarez's graphic arts workshop in Tolosa. Similar specimens are preserved in the permanent collections of the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum and the Asturias Museum of Fine Arts, among others. Bibliography: - PALACIO, Alfonso and SOTO, María.: Darío de Regoyos at the Museum of Fine Arts of Art of Asturias. Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias. Oviedo, 2013. Pages. 64 and 65 cm. Rep. Col.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS, (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 – Barcelona, 1913). "Fuenterrabia". Oil on canvas adhered to board. Signed and titled in the lower left corner.
          Mar. 15, 2022

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS, (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 – Barcelona, 1913). "Fuenterrabia". Oil on canvas adhered to board. Signed and titled in the lower left corner.

          Est: €15,000 - €18,000

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS, (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Fuenterrabía". Oil on canvas adhered to board. Signed and titled in the lower left corner. Measurements: 46 x 32 cm; 67 x 54,5 cm (frame) Work published in color in the artist's Catalogue Raisonné (Juan San Nicolás Santamaría, Fundación Azcona, 2014), p. 140, ref. 139. Son of a prominent architect then active in Asturias, Darío de Regoyos trained in Madrid, at the San Fernando Academy (1878). Soon, induced by his teacher Carlos de Haes and his musician friends, Enrique F. Arbós and Isaac Albéniz, he settled in Brussels (1879), where he became a pupil of Josep Quinaux. In the Belgian capital he came into contact with E. Verhaeren, G. Rodenbach and M. Maeterlinck, a group of young creators who were forging the main Belgian cultural movement of the end of the century, a movement in which he himself would play an eminent role. He was a member of the groups L'Essor (1881-83) and Les XX (1883-93). However, he never settled anywhere; even during his Belgian period he frequently returned to Spain. During the 1980s he lived in the Basque Country, where he revitalised the already important local modern art school. In 1888 he accompanied the writer Verhaeren on a trip around Spain (he had already done so before with other Belgian companions), which was to be the seed of his famous "España negra" series, published in Barcelona in 1899. With this work, Regoyos was a pioneer in Spain of the so-called neoxylography or creative woodcut. While in the 1880s he only took part in exhibitions in Belgium and Holland, in the 1890s he also exhibited in Paris, taking part regularly in the Salon des Indépendants. From these years onwards he also exhibited his work in Madrid, Munich and Barcelona, the latter being the city where his painting was honoured in 1894 by the leading figures of Art Nouveau. However, his work, marked by an Impressionism of which he himself was one of the main proponents, was not well accepted in the more conventional circles. In Belgium, Regoyos was also linked to the society La Libre Esthétique from its beginnings (1894), an association that gathered in this country the heritage of artistic modernism. In 1897 he held his first solo exhibition at the prominent Durand-Ruel gallery in Paris. The second, the following year, was held at Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, where he was artistic director of the magazine "Luz". From 1900 onwards the range of his exhibitions expanded, and his work was shown in Bilbao, Frankfurt, Berlin, The Hague, Venice, Bayonne, San Sebastián, London, Mexico City, Bordeaux and Buenos Aires, among other cities. At the beginning of the 20th century Regoyos intensified his travels, living between Granada and Bilbao. In 1911 he settled in Barcelona, where he died two years later. He is represented in the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña in Barcelona, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao and the Gerstenmaier Collection, among many other museums and institutions.

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        • ATTRIBUTED TO DARÍO DE REGOYOS (1857-1913).. "NOCTURNE".
          Mar. 03, 2022

          ATTRIBUTED TO DARÍO DE REGOYOS (1857-1913).. "NOCTURNE".

          Est: €700 - €1,000

          Oil on cardboard. 15 x 21.5 cm; 34 x 40.5 cm (frame).

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        • ATTRIBUTED TO DARÍO DE REGOYOS (1857-1913). "BUILDING ON THE RIVERSIDE".
          Mar. 03, 2022

          ATTRIBUTED TO DARÍO DE REGOYOS (1857-1913). "BUILDING ON THE RIVERSIDE".

          Est: €700 - €1,000

          Oil on cardboard. With signature "D. R.". 15 x 22 cm; 34 x 40.5 cm (frame).

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        • Darío de Regoyos. Two ladies at the beach
          Feb. 23, 2022

          Darío de Regoyos. Two ladies at the beach

          Est: -

          Oil on cardboard. Signed in the lower left corner. Attached is a certificate issued by Don Juan San Nicolás on January 4, 2021, in which the work is located in the Basque Country, probably in San Sebastián, in the summer of 1888.

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS (Asturias, 1857 – Barcelona, 1913). Dernier rayon, basque coast, 1895. Oil on canvas.
          Feb. 16, 2022

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS (Asturias, 1857 – Barcelona, 1913). Dernier rayon, basque coast, 1895. Oil on canvas.

          Est: €40,000 - €45,000

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS (Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Dernier rayon, côte basque", 1895. Oil on canvas. Work reproduced in: -JUAN SAN NICOLAS, Darío de Regoyos, Catalogue raisonné. Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias. Fundación Azcona, p. 209. Nº254. Signed in the lower right corner. Signed and titled on the back (on the stretcher). Measurements: 38 x 46 cm; 65 x 73 cm (frame). Painted in 1895, this work denotes one of the most prolific and expressive artistic periods of the painter's oeuvre, his pointillist period. Through small touches of the brush, Regoyos reveals a composition which faithfully reflects the colour and movement of the sea at a typical San Sebastian sunset. The clouds are approaching the beach, and the daylight is fading. Thus managing to transfer the real atmosphere to a canvas. The work entitled Derniér Rayón or the last ray, intensifies the artist's idea of capturing the light. Repeated on several occasions by the artist, in fact, this work has the number 16, the title of the last ray and its images of the sunset were a recurring refuge for Regoyos, a testimony to this is the work entitled with a similar name; Dernier rayon, Jaizkibel, ca. 1901, which belongs to the art collection of the Kutxa. He trained at the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid, where he studied landscape painting with the Belgian artist Carlos de Haes as his teacher. It was then that the Asturian artist's knowledge began to expand towards Belgian landscape trends, a taste and interest which he developed by travelling to Belgium in 1879. His stay in Brussels was enriching for Regoyos, who attended the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels as a pupil. However, the academicism of the institution caused the artist to leave, and he turned to Charles de Haes's former teacher, Joseph Quinaux, in order to acquire new techniques. Regoyos became perfectly integrated in his new place of residence, and he became acquainted with a large number of artists, poets and writers, from whom he learned and who completed himself as an artist. His recognition advanced thanks to his dynamism and artistic skill, which enabled him to join the famous Circle of the XX (act. 1883-1894). It could be said that it was from then on that Regoyos's artistic career began to mature. In 1886, the Asturian artist developed a Pointillist phase, promoted by George Seurat's participation in one of the exhibitions held at the Circle of the XX. The commotion and impact caused by Seurat's treatment led to the creation of a Pointillist group, in which Darío de Regoyos took part. This innovative movement attracted French Impressionist artists such as Paul Signac, another reference point for Regoyos's artistic technique. After the dissolution of Los XX in 1893, Regoyos decided to return to Spain, where the artistic panorama was limited, as the new trends had not yet arrived from France. It could be said that this was the end of his apprenticeship period, when he became a teacher of artists who were liberalised from the "Sorollismo" rooted in the field of landscape painting, and encouraged them to spread his ideas through the media of the time. The Asturian artist's exhibition career spanned a large number of cities, such as Bilbao, Frankfurt, Berlin, The Hague, Venice, Bayonne, San Sebastian, London, Mexico City, Bordeaux and Buenos Aires, among others. It is also represented in institutions such as the Museo del Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña in Barcelona, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao and the Gerstenmaier Collection, among many other museums and institutions.

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Sant Genís dels Agudells". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
          Feb. 16, 2022

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Sant Genís dels Agudells". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

          Est: €9,000 - €10,000

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Sant Genís dels Agudells". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 22 x 30 cm; 30 x 37 cm (frame). Darío de Regoyos is considered one of the great representatives of Spanish Impressionism. Within his themes, landscape painting was the most worked and explored field, feeling attracted by the luminous treatment inherited from the impressionists. This landscape, which depicts the parish church of Sant Genís dels Agudells in Barcelona, reveals a scene of great stillness enveloped in a warm, vitalistic aura. The son of a prominent architect then active in Asturias, Darío de Regoyos trained in Madrid at the San Fernando Academy (1878). Soon, induced by his teacher Carlos de Haes and his musician friends, Enrique F. Arbós and Isaac Albéniz, he settled in Brussels (1879), where he became a pupil of Josep Quinaux. In the Belgian capital he came into contact with E. Verhaeren, G. Rodenbach and M. Maeterlinck, a group of young creators who were forging the main Belgian cultural movement of the end of the century, a movement in which he himself would play an eminent role. He was a member of the groups L'Essor (1881-83) and Les XX (1883-93). However, he never settled anywhere; even during his Belgian period he frequently returned to Spain. During the 1980s he lived in the Basque Country, where he revitalised the already important local modern art school. In 1888 he accompanied the writer Verhaeren on a trip around Spain (he had already done so before with other Belgian companions), which was to be the seed of his famous "España negra" series, published in Barcelona in 1899. With this work, Regoyos was a pioneer in Spain of the so-called neoxylography or creative woodcut. While in the 1880s he only took part in exhibitions in Belgium and Holland, in the 1890s he also exhibited in Paris, taking part regularly in the Salon des Indépendants. From these years onwards he also exhibited his work in Madrid, Munich and Barcelona, the latter being the city where his painting was honoured in 1894 by the leading figures of Art Nouveau. However, his work, marked by an Impressionism of which he himself was one of the main proponents, was not well accepted in the more conventional circles. In Belgium, Regoyos was also linked to the society La Libre Esthétique from its beginnings (1894), an association that gathered in this country the heritage of artistic modernism. In 1897 he held his first solo exhibition at the prominent Durand-Ruel gallery in Paris. The second, the following year, was held at Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, where he was artistic director of the magazine "Luz". From 1900 onwards the range of his exhibitions expanded, and his work was shown in Bilbao, Frankfurt, Berlin, The Hague, Venice, Bayonne, San Sebastián, London, Mexico City, Bordeaux and Buenos Aires, among other cities. At the beginning of the 20th century Regoyos intensified his travels, living between Granada and Bilbao. In 1911 he settled in Barcelona, where he died two years later. He is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña in Barcelona, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao and the Gerstenmaier Collection, among many other museums and institutions, as well as in leading private collections all over the world.

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        • Dario de Regoyos Oil on Canvas Park Scene
          Feb. 10, 2022

          Dario de Regoyos Oil on Canvas Park Scene

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          Dario de Regoyos (Spanish, 1857-1913). Oil on canvas park scene. Signed lower right. Loss center right. Canvas loose in frame. Loss in the bottom right and top left of the gilt frame. 13" x 18", Frame: 26" x 20"

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        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - View of Durango
          Feb. 08, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - View of Durango

          Est: €500 - €1,000

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 View of Durango. 1906 Pencil on paper Signed and titled size 12.2 x 19 cm We thank D. Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this work.

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        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias 1857 - Barcelona, 1937) Título: "Varias escenas" Im
          Jan. 19, 2022

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias 1857 - Barcelona, 1937) Título: "Varias escenas" Im

          Est: -

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias 1857 - Barcelona, 1937) Título: "Varias escenas" Impresión gráfica 45x28 cm

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        • Darío de Regoyos. Two ladies at the beach
          Dec. 28, 2021

          Darío de Regoyos. Two ladies at the beach

          Est: -

          Óleo sobre cartón. Firmado en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Se adjunta certificado expedido por Don Juan San Nicolás el 4 de enero de 2021 en el que ubica la obra en el País Vasco, probablemente en San Sebastián, en el verano de 1888.

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (1857 / 1913) "Landscape with windmill"
          Dec. 16, 2021

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (1857 / 1913) "Landscape with windmill"

          Est: €27,000 - €36,000

          Signed D. de R. in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity of Juan San Nicolas dated 2020 is enclosed. Oil on canvas. 30,5 x 47,5 cm

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        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913).
          Oct. 19, 2021

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913).

          Est: €40,000 - €50,000

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "View of Pont Royale, 1881. Oil on panel. Enclosed certificate issued by Don Juan San Nicolás. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower left corner. Measurements: 60 x 73 cm; 86 x 98 cm (frame). In this work the artist depicts a view of the Pont Royale, the Seine, and in the background the dome of the Petit Palais in Paris. The work was executed in 1881, during which time the artist was living in Brussels, where he had moved to in 1879. However, every year Regoyos travelled to the Basque Country, stopping over in Paris, where he spent several days. An example of this is his friendship with the painter Paul Émile Sautai (1842-1901), to whom he dedicated this work. Darío de Regoyos He trained in Madrid at the San Fernando Academy (1878). Soon, induced by his teacher Carlos de Haes and his musician friends, Enrique F. Arbós and Isaac Albéniz, he settled in Brussels (1879), where he became a pupil of Josep Quinaux. In the Belgian capital he came into contact with E. Verhaeren, G. Rodenbach and M. Maeterlinck, a group of young creators who were forging the main Belgian cultural movement of the end of the century, a movement in which he himself would play an eminent role. He was a member of the groups L'Essor (1881-83) and Les XX (1883-93). However, he never settled anywhere; even during his Belgian period he frequently returned to Spain. During the 1980s he lived in the Basque Country, where he revitalised the already important local modern art school. In 1888 he accompanied the writer Verhaeren on a trip to Spain (he had already done so before with other Belgian companions), which was to be the germ of his famous "España negra" series, published in Barcelona in 1899. While during the 1880s he only took part in exhibitions in Belgium and Holland, in the 1890s he also exhibited in Paris, taking part regularly in the Salon des Indépendants. From these years onwards he also exhibited his work in Madrid, Munich and Barcelona, the latter being the city where his painting was honoured in 1894 by the leading figures of Art Nouveau. However, his work, marked by an Impressionism of which he himself was one of the main proponents, was not well accepted in the more conventional circles. In Belgium, Regoyos was also linked to the society La Libre Esthétique from its beginnings (1894), an association that gathered in this country the heritage of artistic modernism. In 1897 he held his first solo exhibition at the prominent Durand-Ruel gallery in Paris. The second, the following year, was held at Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, where he was artistic director of the magazine "Luz". From 1900 onwards the range of his exhibitions expanded, and his work was shown in Bilbao, Frankfurt, Berlin, The Hague, Venice, Bayonne, San Sebastián, London, Mexico City, Bordeaux and Buenos Aires, among other cities. At the beginning of the 20th century Regoyos intensified his travels, living between Granada and Bilbao. In 1911 he settled in Barcelona, where he died two years later. He is represented in the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña in Barcelona, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao and the Gerstenmaier Collection, among many other museums and institutions.

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (1857 / 1913) "Landscape with Windmill"
          Sep. 29, 2021

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (1857 / 1913) "Landscape with Windmill"

          Est: €31,500 - €42,000

          Signed D. de R. in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity of Juan San Nicolas dated 2020 is enclosed. . Oil on canvas

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Landscape with Houses". Drawing taken from no. 3 of his sketches.
          Sep. 29, 2021

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Landscape with Houses". Drawing taken from no. 3 of his sketches.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,200

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913). "Landscape with Houses". Drawing taken from no. 3 of his sketches. Signed in the lower left-hand corner. Certificate in the lower area. Measurements: 16 x 11.5 cm; 44.5 x 35 cm (frame). Darío de Regoyos trained in Madrid, at the San Fernando Academy (1878). Soon, induced by his teacher Carlos de Haes and his musician friends, Enrique F. Arbós and Isaac Albéniz, he settled in Brussels (1879), where he became a pupil of Josep Quinaux. In the Belgian capital he came into contact with E. Verhaeren, G. Rodenbach and M. Maeterlinck, a group of young creators who were forging the main Belgian cultural movement of the end of the century, a movement in which he himself would play an eminent role. He was a member of the groups L'Essor (1881-83) and Les XX (1883-93). However, he never settled anywhere; even during his Belgian period he frequently returned to Spain. During the 1980s he lived in the Basque Country, where he revitalised the already important local modern art school. In 1888 he accompanied the writer Verhaeren on a trip to Spain (he had already done so before with other Belgian companions), which was to be the seed of his famous "España negra" series, published in Barcelona in 1899. While during the 1880s he only took part in exhibitions in Belgium and Holland, in the 1890s he also exhibited in Paris, taking part regularly in the Salon des Indépendants. From these years onwards he also showed his work in Madrid, Munich and Barcelona. However, his work, which was marked by an Impressionism of which he himself was one of the main proponents, was not well accepted in the more conventional circles. In Belgium, Regoyos was also linked to the society La Libre Esthétique from its inception (1894), an association that brought the legacy of artistic modernism to Belgium. In 1897 he held his first solo exhibition at the prominent Durand-Ruel gallery in Paris. The second, the following year, was held at Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, where he was artistic director of the magazine "Luz". From 1900 onwards the range of his exhibitions expanded, and his work was shown in Bilbao, Frankfurt, Berlin, The Hague, Venice, Bayonne, San Sebastián, London, Mexico City, Bordeaux and Buenos Aires, among other cities. At the beginning of the 20th century, Regoyos intensified his travels, living between Granada and Bilbao. In 1911 he settled in Barcelona, where he died two years later. He is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña in Barcelona, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao and the Gerstenmaier Collection, among many other museums and institutions.

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (1857 / 1913) "Lady and lady companion sitting on the beach."
          Jul. 20, 2021

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (1857 / 1913) "Lady and lady companion sitting on the beach."

          Est: €12,000 - €24,000

          . Oil on cardboard

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        • DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913) - "La baie de Pasajès (Basque Country)", 1885. Oil on canvas.
          May. 18, 2021

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913) - "La baie de Pasajès (Basque Country)", 1885. Oil on canvas.

          Est: €100,000 - €120,000

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913) - "La baie de Pasajès (Basque Country)", 1885. Oil on canvas. This work is registered in the Reasoned Catalog of the Artist, page 113. Cat nº 101. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 76 x 110 cm; 106 x 142 cm (frame). Provenance: this work was acquired during the artist's lifetime by a Belgian collector, years later it was auctioned at the Georges Giroux Gallery, Brussels, lot no. 31 of auction no. 351 of 1957. Its buyer sold it to the painter's daughters, who in turn sold it to a private individual. In 2005 it was auctioned for 160.000€. This work was carried out on the basis of the painting "Pasajes", which belongs to the same period and was made when Regoyos lived in Irun. However, in this painting, unlike the aforementioned, the author focuses the theme on the representation of the bay, without abandoning the presence of the railroad tracks and the wagon that is arranged in the left area, with which he reinforces the idea that they are train tracks, which are present. It is important to note that this is the first time that his signature adopts the form Darío de R, which shows us that in those years Regoyos was known in Belgium as Don Darío, and that his surname was not very significant. The son of a prominent architect then active in Asturias, Darío de Regoyos was trained in Madrid, at the San Fernando Academy (1878). Soon, induced by his teacher Carlos de Haes and his musician friends, Enrique F. Arbós and Isaac Albéniz, he settled in Brussels (1879), where he would be a disciple of Josep Quinaux. In the Belgian capital he came into contact with E. Verhaeren, G. Rodenbach and M. Maeterlinck, a group of young creators who were forging the main Belgian cultural movement of the end of the century, an interest in which he himself would play an eminent role. Thus, he was part of the groups L'Essor (1881-83) and Les XX (1883-93). However, he never took root anywhere; even during his Belgian period he frequently returned to Spain, and during the eighties he lived in the Basque Country, where he revitalized the already important local modern art school. In 1888 he accompanied the writer Verhaeren on a trip through Spain (he had already done it before with other Belgian companions), which would be the germ of his famous series "España negra" (Black Spain), published in Barcelona in 1899. With this work, Regoyos was a pioneer in Spain of the so-called neoxylography or creative xylography. If during the 1880's he only participated in exhibitions in Belgium and Holland, in the 1890's he would also participate in Paris, taking part regularly in the Salon des Indépendants. From these years he would also show his work in Madrid, Munich and Barcelona, the latter city where his painting was honored in 1894 by the most important figures of modernism. In Belgium, Regoyos was also linked to the society La Libre Esthétique from its origin (1894), an association that gathered in this country the inheritance of the artistic modernity. In 1897 he held his first solo exhibition at the prominent Durand-Ruel gallery in Paris. The second, the following year, would take place at Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, where he was the artistic director of the magazine "Luz", and from 1900 the range of his exhibitions expanded, his work being shown in Bilbao, Frankfurt, Berlin, The Hague, Venice, Bayonne, San Sebastian, London, Mexico City, Bordeaux and Buenos Aires, among other cities. At the beginning of the 20th century Regoyos intensified his travels, living between Granada and Bilbao. In 1911 he settled in Barcelona, where he died two years later. He is represented in the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña in Barcelona, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao and the Gerstenmaier Collection, among many other museums and institutions.

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        • Darío de Regoyos (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona,1913)
          Apr. 22, 2021

          Darío de Regoyos (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona,1913)

          Est: €4,600 - €5,500

          Darío de Regoyos (Ribadesella, Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913)  "Beach scene"  Oil on panel. 23 x 16,5 cm.   With a certificate by Juan San Nicolás. 

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        • DARIO DE REGOYOS - View of the Palace of D. Carlos. Estella
          Feb. 16, 2021

          DARIO DE REGOYOS - View of the Palace of D. Carlos. Estella

          Est: €400 - €800

          DARIO DE REGOYOS Ribadesella, Asturias 1857 - Barcelona 1913 View of the Palace of D. Carlos. Estella Pencil on paper Titled Sizements 19.5 x 12 cm We are grateful to Mr. Juan San Nicolás for his help in cataloging this work.

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS 1857 / 1913 "Ondarroa" 1906
          Dec. 16, 2020

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS 1857 / 1913 "Ondarroa" 1906

          Est: €27,000 - €36,000

          Signed in the lower right-hand corner Se trata además de una Painting inédita que podría haber sido regalada o comprada al autor en vida de él y quedar en manos privadas, por lo que no ha sido expuesta nunca. Agradecemos a D. Juan San Nicolás su colaborac. Oil on cardboard

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        • Darío de Regoyos (Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913) "Baserri of Azpeitia"
          Jul. 20, 2020

          Darío de Regoyos (Asturias, 1857 - Barcelona, 1913) "Baserri of Azpeitia"

          Est: €450 - €500

          "Baserri of Azpeitia" Drawing Signed 12,5 x 19 cm

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - "Sardineras de Fuenterrabía", "Oñate (entierro)" y "Mujeres rezando"
          Jun. 24, 2020

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS - "Sardineras de Fuenterrabía", "Oñate (entierro)" y "Mujeres rezando"

          Est: -

          Tres reprodciones de las litografías originales pertenecintes al Albúm Basco de 1897. Estas reproducciones fueron realizadas por la hija del artista

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        • DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS "A Coastal Landscape", 1910. Oil on canvas.
          May. 21, 2020

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS "A Coastal Landscape", 1910. Oil on canvas.

          Est: -

          DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS 1857 / 1913 "Marina", 1910 "Marina", 1910 DARÍO DE REGOYOS Y VALDÉS1857 / 1913 Óleo sobre lienzo Óleo sobre lienzo 46 x 55,5 cm

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