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      • Raphael Durancamps. Partridges
        Feb. 21, 2024

        Raphael Durancamps. Partridges

        Est: -

        Oil on panel. Signed at the bottom. Provenance: - Private collection.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • Raphael Durancamps. smoking pipe
        Feb. 21, 2024

        Raphael Durancamps. smoking pipe

        Est: -

        Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner. Provenance: - Private collection.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back.
        Feb. 19, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back.

        Est: €700 - €800

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back. Measurements: 21 x 26 cm; 48 x 52 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca in the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. Later he met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colorful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917, in the Layetanas Galleries of Barcelona, reaping a success that encouraged him to continue painting despite the opposition of his family. He spent several seasons in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then traveled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions in the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travels for the first time to Paris. His work at this time is close to impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colorism, combining the precision of drawing with the gravity of color. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak Gallery, where he obtained considerable success, which increased in his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastian, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first stage was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special preponderance to the constructive line and a peculiar coloring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the capeas in different Spanish villages, are of great emotion. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastian and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Sardanes in Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back. The frame has slight flaws.
        Feb. 19, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Sardanes in Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back. The frame has slight flaws.

        Est: €1,400 - €1,600

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Sardanes in Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back. The frame has slight flaws. Measurements: 54 x 65 cm; 80 x 92 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca in the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. Later he met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colorful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917, in the Layetanas Galleries of Barcelona, reaping a success that encouraged him to continue painting despite the opposition of his family. He spent several seasons in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then traveled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions in the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travels for the first time to Paris. His work at this time is close to impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colorism, combining the precision of drawing with the gravity of color. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak Gallery, where he obtained considerable success, which increased in his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastian, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first stage was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special preponderance to the constructive line and a peculiar coloring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the capeas in different Spanish villages, are of great emotion. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastian and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back. The frame has slight flaws.
        Feb. 19, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back. The frame has slight flaws.

        Est: €1,800 - €2,400

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on táblex. Signed in the lower left corner. Certified by the artist on the back. The frame has slight flaws. Measurements: 53 x 72 cm; 93 x 112 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca in the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. Later he met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colorful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917, in the Layetanas Galleries of Barcelona, reaping a success that encouraged him to continue painting despite the opposition of his family. He spent several seasons in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then traveled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions in the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travels for the first time to Paris. His work at this time is close to impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colorism, combining the precision of drawing with the gravity of color. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak Gallery, where he obtained considerable success, which increased in his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastian, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first stage was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special preponderance to the constructive line and a peculiar coloring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the capeas in different Spanish villages, are of great emotion. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastian and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "RIDERS".
        Feb. 15, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "RIDERS".

        Est: €200 - €350

        Signed. 25 x 30 cm; 41.5 x 46 cm (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "CAPEA".
        Feb. 15, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "CAPEA".

        Est: €3,000 - €5,000

        Oil on hardboard. Signed on the front and certified by the artist himself on the back, where it preserves a label of Sacharoff Gallery. 53.5 x 83 cm; 80 x 98 cm (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - Country snack
        Feb. 06, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - Country snack

        Est: -

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell 1891-Barcelona 1979 Country snack Oil on canvas Signed Measurements 38 x 62 cm PROVENANCE (label on the back) Sala Parés, Barcelona Private collection

        Subastas Segre
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - El Retiro, Madrid
        Feb. 06, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - El Retiro, Madrid

        Est: -

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell 1891-Barcelona 1979 El Retiro, Madrid Graphite and colored pencil on paper Signed Measurements 10.5 x 15 cm

        Subastas Segre
      • Rafael Duranamps. The study
        Jan. 24, 2024

        Rafael Duranamps. The study

        Est: -

        Sanguine on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.

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      • Rafael Durancamps. Golf
        Jan. 24, 2024

        Rafael Durancamps. Golf

        Est: -

        Pencil, charcoal and clarion on paper. Signed in the lower left corner. Dated (1974) on the passepartout.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell, Barcelona (1891) / Barcelona (1978) "Capea"
        Jan. 23, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell, Barcelona (1891) / Barcelona (1978) "Capea"

        Est: €4,800 - €6,400

        Acrylic on tablex Signed in the lower left corner Measurements: 53 x 72 cm

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.
        Jan. 15, 2024

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration. Measurements: 40 x 61 cm; 56 x 80 cm (frame). Under a limpid sky, a suburban landscape with houses and sown fields unfolds. Except for a cyclist sliding along the dirt road, silence seems to be palpable in this faithful representation of the suburbs of La Garriga. Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Bullfighting". Oil on panel. Signed on the right side.
        Dec. 18, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Bullfighting". Oil on panel. Signed on the right side.

        Est: €4,000 - €5,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Bullfighting". Oil on panel. Signed on the right side. Size: 65 x 100 cm; 93 x 127 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "CAPEA WITH EL ESCORIAL IN THE BACKGROUND".
        Nov. 30, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "CAPEA WITH EL ESCORIAL IN THE BACKGROUND".

        Est: €7,000 - €12,000

        Oil on board. Signed. 64 x 99 cm; 94 x 129 cm (frame). 

        Subarna Subastas
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "SARDANAS FRENTE CADAQUÉS".
        Nov. 30, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "SARDANAS FRENTE CADAQUÉS".

        Est: €1,500 - €2,000

        Oil on hardboard. Signed in pencil. 22 x 27.5 cm; 49 x 54 cm (frame). 

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "View of Santiga". Pastel on paper. Signed in the upper right corner and in the lower left corner.
        Nov. 09, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "View of Santiga". Pastel on paper. Signed in the upper right corner and in the lower left corner.

        Est: €2,200 - €2,400

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "View of Santiga". Pastel on paper. Signed in the upper right-hand corner and in the lower left-hand corner. Measurements: 49 x 58 cm; 63,5 x 74 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.
        Nov. 09, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration. Measurements: 40 x 61 cm; 56 x 80 cm (frame). Under a limpid sky, a suburban landscape with houses and sown fields unfolds. Except for a cyclist sliding along the dirt road, silence seems to be palpable in this faithful representation of the suburbs of La Garriga. Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - Still life with peach
        Oct. 24, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - Still life with peach

        Est: -

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell 1891-Barcelona 1979 Still life with peach Oil on canvas Signed Measurements 65 x 90 cm

        Subastas Segre
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - Capea
        Oct. 24, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - Capea

        Est: -

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell 1891-Barcelona 1979 Capea Oil on panel Signed Measurements 38 x 61 cm

        Subastas Segre
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Carnival in Venice.
        Oct. 05, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Carnival in Venice.

        Est: €800 - €850

        Oil on tablex 39x46cm.

        Balclis
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. "Ruel, Paris". (d)
        Oct. 05, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. "Ruel, Paris". (d)

        Est: €1,000 - €1,200

        Oil on hardboard Signed and titled 37.8x46 cm.

        Balclis
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell (1891) / Barcelona (1979) "Bullfight in Trujillo"
        Oct. 04, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell (1891) / Barcelona (1979) "Bullfight in Trujillo"

        Est: €3,600 - €4,800

        Mixed technique on tablex Signed in the lower left corner Measurements: 54.5 x 73 cm

        Ansorena
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell, Barcelona (1891) / Barcelona (1978) "Country food"
        Oct. 04, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell, Barcelona (1891) / Barcelona (1978) "Country food"

        Est: €3,750 - €5,000

        Mixed technique on tablex Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 53.5 x 81 cm

        Ansorena
      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - My workshop in Sitges
        Sep. 19, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS - My workshop in Sitges

        Est: -

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS Sabadell 1891-Barcelona 1979 My workshop in Sitges Oil on tablex Signed Back signed and titled Measurements 54 x 73.5 cm

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Bullfighting". Oil on panel. Signed on the right side.
        Sep. 14, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Bullfighting". Oil on panel. Signed on the right side.

        Est: €4,000 - €5,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Bullfighting". Oil on panel. Signed on the right side. Size: 65 x 100 cm; 93 x 127 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "View of Santiga". Pastel on paper. Signed in the upper right corner and in the lower left corner.
        Jul. 26, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "View of Santiga". Pastel on paper. Signed in the upper right corner and in the lower left corner.

        Est: €2,200 - €2,400

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "View of Santiga". Pastel on paper. Signed in the upper right-hand corner and in the lower left-hand corner. Measurements: 49 x 58 cm; 63,5 x 74 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.
        Jul. 26, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration. Measurements: 40 x 61 cm; 56 x 80 cm (frame). Under a limpid sky, a suburban landscape with houses and sown fields unfolds. Except for a cyclist sliding along the dirt road, silence seems to be palpable in this faithful representation of the suburbs of La Garriga. Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "El Escorial". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Jul. 26, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "El Escorial". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €2,000 - €2,500

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "El Escorial". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 27 x 23 cm; 53 x 58 cm (frame). Originally called Rafael Duran i Camps, he was a disciple of Vila Cinca in the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Modern Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Jul. 26, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €3,000 - €3,500

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 38 x 85 cm; 64 x 110 cm (frame). As a chronicler of the society Durancamps portrayed in a masterly way numerous expressions of the folklore, from bullfights to as in this case Castellers. Always from a distant perspective where the figures are not the main protagonists but part of the landscape in which they find themselves. Originally called Rafael Duran i Camps, he was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Modern Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES".
        Jul. 19, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (1891-1979). "LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES".

        Est: €600 - €900

        Oil on panel. Signed. 23 x 32 cm; 45 x 55 cm (frame).

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Urban landscape". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. The frame is damaged.
        Jul. 04, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Urban landscape". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. The frame is damaged.

        Est: €2,000 - €2,500

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Urban landscape". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. The frame is damaged. Size: 38 x 46 cm; 58 x 66 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca in the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Mixed media (pastel and watercolour) on paper. Signed in the lower right-hand corner.
        Jul. 04, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Mixed media (pastel and watercolour) on paper. Signed in the lower right-hand corner.

        Est: €2,000 - €2,500

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Mixed media (pastel and watercolour) on paper. Signed in the lower right-hand corner. Size: 24 x 34 cm; 52 x 62 cm (frame). Painting resolved with quick and spontaneous strokes, as was characteristic of Durancamps' work. Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Jul. 04, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €3,000 - €3,500

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 38 x 85 cm; 64 x 110 cm (frame). As a chronicler of the society Durancamps portrayed in a masterly way numerous expressions of the folklore, from bullfights to as in this case Castellers. Always from a distant perspective where the figures are not the main protagonists but part of the landscape in which they find themselves. Originally called Rafael Duran i Camps, he was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Modern Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • Raphael Durancamps. smoking pipe
        Jun. 29, 2023

        Raphael Durancamps. smoking pipe

        Est: -

        Oil on table. Signed in the lower left corner. Provenance: - Private collection.

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      • Raphael Durancamps. Partridges
        Jun. 29, 2023

        Raphael Durancamps. Partridges

        Est: -

        Oil on table. Signed at the bottom. Provenance: - Private collection.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Still life. (d)
        Jun. 29, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Still life. (d)

        Est: €900 - €1,080

        Oil on canvas 38.5x46.6 cm.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Rural view. (d)
        Jun. 29, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Rural view. (d)

        Est: €1,800 - €2,160

        Oil on wood Signed 38x61 cm.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Party in Sitges.
        Jun. 29, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Party in Sitges.

        Est: €2,900 - €3,000

        60x81cm.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner.
        Jun. 21, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner.

        Est: €1,800 - €2,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Cadaqués". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 21 x 26 cm; 48 x 53 cm (frame). In this landscape Durancamps reproduces a view of Cadaqués. The painting is flooded by the warm Mediterranean light. Subtle, frayed low clouds surround the white fishermen's houses perched on the shore, as well as the boats stranded on the sand and the fishing gear. Blues, whites and siennas form the basis of the colour range, with the occasional green or red counterpoint. Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a pupil of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Village view". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Jun. 12, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Village view". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €1,800 - €2,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "View of a village". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 38 x 46 cm; 48 x 56 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Still life". Oil on board. Signed in the lower left corner.
        May. 30, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Still life". Oil on board. Signed in the lower left corner.

        Est: €800 - €1,200

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Still life". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 38 x 61 cm; 56 x 79 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca in the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.
        May. 30, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Outskirts of La Garriga". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. The frame needs restoration. Measurements: 40 x 61 cm; 56 x 80 cm (frame). Under a limpid sky, a suburban landscape with houses and sown fields unfolds. Except for a cyclist sliding along the dirt road, silence seems to be palpable in this faithful representation of the suburbs of La Garriga. Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal in 1920, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time. His work at this time is close to Impressionism, but also shows the influences of Zurbarán, El Greco and Venetian colourism, combining the precision of the drawing with the gravity of the colour. In 1926 he returned to France and settled in Passy, where he lived until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. Although his first period was influenced by Mir, Durancamps soon evolved towards a more personal conception, giving special prominence to the constructive line and a peculiar colouring of sober beauty. His still lifes, which he treated with a profusion of line and transparency, are a prodigy of serenity and elegance, with such a personal stamp that they escape any contemporary classification. His landscapes and genre scenes, especially the "capeas" in various Spanish villages, are highly emotive. The "skies of foreboding" that express the drama of the fiesta evoke his acute lyrical sense. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Urban landscape". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. The frame is damaged.
        May. 30, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Urban landscape". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. The frame is damaged.

        Est: €2,000 - €2,500

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS I FOLGUERA (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Urban landscape". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. The frame is damaged. Size: 38 x 46 cm; 58 x 66 cm (frame). Rafael Duran i Camps, better known as Durancamps, was a disciple of Vila Cinca in the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts of Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship, and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps' first period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.
        May. 30, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 – Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €3,000 - €3,500

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS (Sabadell, 1891 - Barcelona, 1979). "Castellers". Oil on tablex. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 38 x 85 cm; 64 x 110 cm (frame). As a chronicler of the society Durancamps portrayed in a masterly way numerous expressions of the folklore, from bullfights to as in this case Castellers. Always from a distant perspective where the figures are not the main protagonists but part of the landscape in which they find themselves. Originally called Rafael Duran i Camps, he was a disciple of Vila Cinca at the Industrial School of Arts and Crafts in Sabadell. He later met Joaquín Mir, with whom he established a close relationship and whose style influenced the colourful language of Durancamps's early period. He exhibited for the first time in 1917 at the Galerías Layetanas in Barcelona, and his success encouraged him to continue painting despite his family's opposition. He spent several periods in Madrid, where he studied the masters of the Prado Museum, and then travelled to Italy. He returned to Barcelona and took part in various competitions, winning important prizes such as the Masriera medal, as well as holding several exhibitions at the Sala Parés. In 1921 he travelled to Paris for the first time, and five years later he returned to France, settling in the town of Passy until 1939. During these years he met Picasso, who encouraged him to hold exhibitions at the Zak gallery, where he enjoyed considerable success, which increased with his successive exhibitions. He returned to Spain and settled in San Sebastián, but continued to work closely with the Sala Parés, where he continued to hold exhibitions until his death. He also held various exhibitions in Madrid, Sabadell, Bilbao, Valencia, London and Philadelphia. He is represented in the Museums of Modern Art in Barcelona, Madrid, San Sebastián and Buenos Aires, as well as in a large number of Spanish and foreign collections.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. A partridge. (d)
        May. 25, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. A partridge. (d)

        Est: €500 - €600

        Oil on wood Signed 36.5x45.5 cm.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Cadaqués. (d)
        May. 25, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. Cadaqués. (d)

        Est: €1,200 - €1,400

        Oil on canvas Signed. On the back, stamp of the manufacturer of the support. 46x55cm.

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      • RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. "Ruel, Paris". (d)
        May. 25, 2023

        RAFAEL DURANCAMPS. "Ruel, Paris". (d)

        Est: €1,200 - €1,400

        Oil on hardboard Signed and titled 37.8x46 cm.

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