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    • TABLEAU "FICHING BOATS" de Baldomero GALOFRE Y GIMÉNEZ (1849-1902)
      Jul. 21, 2024

      TABLEAU "FICHING BOATS" de Baldomero GALOFRE Y GIMÉNEZ (1849-1902)

      Est: €1,200 - €1,500

      TABLEAU "FICHING BOATS" de Baldomero GALOFRE Y GIMÉNEZ (1849-1902) Aquarelle sur papier encadrée sous-verre, signée en bas à droite. Dim : 40 x 54 cm En l'état, accident au cadre. Vendu sur désignation

      Paris Oise Enchères
    • TABLEAU "SAILBOAT" de Baldomero GALOFRE Y GIMÉNEZ (1849-1902)
      Jul. 21, 2024

      TABLEAU "SAILBOAT" de Baldomero GALOFRE Y GIMÉNEZ (1849-1902)

      Est: €1,200 - €1,500

      TABLEAU "SAILBOAT" de Baldomero GALOFRE Y GIMÉNEZ (1849-1902) Aquarelle sur papier encadrée sous-verre, signée en bas à droite. Dim : 40 x 54 cm En l'état, accident au cadre. Vendu sur désignation

      Paris Oise Enchères
    • Baldomero Galofre y Giménez (1849 - 1902) "Pilgrimage"
      Jul. 04, 2024

      Baldomero Galofre y Giménez (1849 - 1902) "Pilgrimage"

      Est: €800 - €1,500

      Oil on board. Signed "B. Galofre" in the lower right corner. Size: 20.4 x 31 cm; Size with frame: 38.5 x 49 cm

      Subastas Darley
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Rest". Oil on canvas. Signed and located ("Roma") in the lower right corner. Attached certificate of the Barbier gallery. Provenance: Bernat gallery.
      Jun. 25, 2024

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Rest". Oil on canvas. Signed and located ("Roma") in the lower right corner. Attached certificate of the Barbier gallery. Provenance: Bernat gallery.

      Est: €24,000 - €26,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Rest". Oil on canvas. Signed and located ("Roma") in the lower right corner. Attached certificate of the Barbier gallery. Provenance: Bernat gallery. Measurements: 77 x 43 cm; 106 x 72 cm (frame). Exquisite scene of interior, in which a young woman lying on a chaise longe contemplates her parakeet that has just escaped from a cage that hangs from the high ceiling of the room. The lady's satin dress spills over the Persian carpet, revealing her small right foot, perched on a velvet upholstered cushion. Her black hair contrasts with the whiteness of the pearls that border it. Gem-studded gold earrings and pendants sparkle against her clear, pearly skin. In her left hand she holds a mandolin, and the score remains on the table decorated with a huge porcelain vase that holds a large-leafed plant. A silk curtain shimmers with golden reflections. The preciousness of the whole is achieved by employing a tight brushstroke and a masterful use of tones. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the Escuela de La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he would participate again in 1870, and in 1868 he participated with landscapes and studies at the Aragonese Exhibition in Zaragoza. In 1874 he obtained a pension to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Chigi Academy and the International Circle of Art, and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. Back in Barcelona, in 1884 he held a personal exhibition that was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism, and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Museum of Barcelona, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous and detailed style, and painted landscapes and popular scenes within the orbit of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Art and History Museum of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Baldomero Galofre y Giménez (Reus, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902) "Seascape with Sailing Vessels"
      May. 29, 2024

      Baldomero Galofre y Giménez (Reus, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902) "Seascape with Sailing Vessels"

      Est: €1,200 - €1,500

      Baldomero Galofre y Giménez (Reus, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902) "Seascape with Sailing Vessels" Oil on canvas Signed 15 x 13 cm 1.200 - 1.500 €

      Greco Subastas
    • GALOFRE Y JIMENEZ, BALDOMERO (1849 - 1902)
      May. 28, 2024

      GALOFRE Y JIMENEZ, BALDOMERO (1849 - 1902)

      Est: -

      Pencil drawing on paper. Signed in the lower left corner.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape at sunset", 1872. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower right corner.
      Apr. 23, 2024

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape at sunset", 1872. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €1,500 - €1,600

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape at sunset", 1872. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and dedicated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 55.5 x 90 cm; 66 x 102 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre begins his formation in the School of La Lonja of Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later he completes his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he would participate again in 1870, and in 1868 he participated with landscapes and studies at the Aragonese Exhibition in Zaragoza. In 1874 he obtained a pension to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Chigi Academy and the International Circle of Art, and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. Back in Barcelona, in 1884 he held a personal exhibition that was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism, and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Museum of Barcelona, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous and detailed style, and painted landscapes and popular scenes within the orbit of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Art and History Museum of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with figures", 1863. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Restored. With patches on the back.
      Apr. 23, 2024

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with figures", 1863. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Restored. With patches on the back.

      Est: €2,500 - €2,800

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with figures", 1863. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Restored. With patches on the back. Measurements: 86 x 145 cm; 108 x 167 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre initiates his formation in the School of La Lonja of Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later he completes his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he would participate again in 1870, and in 1868 he participated with landscapes and studies at the Aragonese Exhibition in Zaragoza. In 1874 he obtained a pension to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Chigi Academy and the International Circle of Art, and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. Back in Barcelona, in 1884 he held a personal exhibition that was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism, and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Museum of Barcelona, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous and detailed style, and painted landscapes and popular scenes within the orbit of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Art and History Museum of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Baldomero GALOFRE Reus, 1846 - Barcelone, 1902 Ruelles en Espagne Paire d'aquarelles gouachées
      Feb. 06, 2024

      Baldomero GALOFRE Reus, 1846 - Barcelone, 1902 Ruelles en Espagne Paire d'aquarelles gouachées

      Est: €3,000 - €4,000

      Baldomero GALOFRE Reus, 1846 - Barcelone, 1902 Ruelles en Espagne Paire d'aquarelles gouachées Signées 'B. Galofre' en bas à droite et en bas au centre 73 x 45 cm (28.74 x 17.71 in.) et 73 x 42 cm (28.74 x 16.53 in.) Commentaire : Rapport de condition : Non examinés hors de leurs cadres Papiers légèrement empoussiérés et très légèrement insolés Quelques rares taches, piqures et rousseurs éparses Très bon état général de conservation Estimation 3 000 - 4 000 €

      Artcurial
    • Baldomero Galofre. The beach
      Dec. 27, 2023

      Baldomero Galofre. The beach

      Est: -

      Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. On the back labels of: Maxwell Galleries (San Francisco, USA) and Arthur Tooth & Sons (London). Certificate issued by the Jorge Alcolea Gallery, Madrid (2017) is attached.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
      Dec. 18, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €8,000 - €10,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. It has slight lack of polychromy in the frame, and on the back a label of Barrachina and Ramoneda. Measurements: 64 x 97 cm; 101 x 134 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre began his training at the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 – Barcelona, 1902). “Stormy Sea”, 1870. Oil on canvas. It presents restoration on the pictorial surface.
      Nov. 29, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 – Barcelona, 1902). “Stormy Sea”, 1870. Oil on canvas. It presents restoration on the pictorial surface.

      Est: €3,000 - €4,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Stormy Sea", 1870. Oil on canvas. Restoration on the pictorial surface. Measurements: 44 x 70 cm; 59,5 x 94,5 cm (frame). In this work carried out shortly before leaving as a pensioner to Rome, Baldomero Galofre builds in this canvas a clear horizon, with the sea surpassed by the rocks in the foreground, clearly differentiated from the sky of scenographic clouds, which swirl on the horizon and open up in the upper part to leave only a piece of blue sky open. In contrast, the plane of the rocks is dark, heavy, worked in brownish tones against which wet rocks stand out like glints. In this way, Galofre deploys a masterly play of contrasting lights, creating an energetic atmosphere. Likewise, the work is not at all flat, but appears magnificently constructed in depth through a subtle and naturalistic gradation of tone and light. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • (2) BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y GIMENEZ, SPAIN (1849-1902)
      Nov. 16, 2023

      (2) BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y GIMENEZ, SPAIN (1849-1902)

      Est: $50 - $1,000

      Pair of watercolors of sailboats at sea with shoreline, both signed B. Galofre, Napoli. Dimensions: (Frame) H 32" x W 25.5" (Sight) 24.5" x W 18" Condition: Slight age toning to paper. A few stray marks to the frames.

      Westport Auction
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
      Oct. 10, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €8,000 - €10,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. It has slight lack of polychromy in the frame, and on the back a label of Barrachina and Ramoneda. Measurements: 64 x 97 cm; 101 x 134 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre began his training at the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE (Reus, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902) "Andalusian fair"
      Oct. 04, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE (Reus, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902) "Andalusian fair"

      Est: €1,500 - €1,800

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE (Reus, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902) "Andalusian fair" Oil on panel Signed 21 x 32,5 cm 1.500 - 1.800 €

      Bayeu Subastas
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE - Rocky marina and fisherman
      Sep. 19, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE - Rocky marina and fisherman

      Est: -

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE Reus 1846 - Barcelona 1902 Rocky marina and fisherman Oil on canvas glued to cardboard Signed Measurements 13 x 22 cm

      Subastas Segre
    • Naples
      Jul. 20, 2023

      Naples

      Est: €800 - €1,200

      Watercolour on paper Signed 55x36,5 cm

      Veritas Art Auctioneers
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y JIMÉNEZ Baie de Naples
      Jul. 13, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y JIMÉNEZ Baie de Naples

      Est: -

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona 1894 - Barcelona 1902) "Baie de Naples" Grabado. Con manchas. 33 x 23 cm Firmado: Baldonero Galofre pinx; León Gaucherel

      Arte Subastas Bilbao
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y JIMÉNEZ Près de Naples
      Jul. 13, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y JIMÉNEZ Près de Naples

      Est: -

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE Y JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona 1894 - Barcelona 1902) "Près de Naples" Grabado 25 x 36 cm Firmado: Baldonero Galofre pinx; G. Greux

      Arte Subastas Bilbao
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
      Jul. 04, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €8,000 - €10,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. It has slight lack of polychromy in the frame, and on the back a label of Barrachina and Ramoneda. Measurements: 64 x 97 cm; 101 x 134 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre began his training at the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMENEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Mountain landscape with figure", 1868. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Without frame.
      Jun. 21, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMENEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Mountain landscape with figure", 1868. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Without frame.

      Est: €6,000 - €7,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMENEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Mountain Landscape with a Figure, 1868. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Unframed. Measurements: 44 x 78 cm. Baldomero Galofre constructs in this canvas an image of panoramic vocation, taking advantage of the elongated format that allows to organize in a clear way the space and to enlarge it horizontally. Thus, we see a clear horizon, with the mountains in the background towering above the landscape, which the artist sets in the foreground, clearly differentiated from the sky of scenic clouds, which swirl over the horizon and open up at the top to reveal a clear sky with an intense blue tone. In contrast, the ground plane is heavy, worked with warm tones against which a small mirrored stream and wet rocks sparkle in the sun. A figure walks through the place. However, the earthen space is by no means flat, but appears magnificently constructed in depth through a subtle, naturalistic gradation of tone and light. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902) "Port of Italy"
      Jun. 14, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902) "Port of Italy"

      Est: €7,500 - €10,000

      Watercolor on paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 62 x 91 cm.

      Ansorena
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Andalusian Fair". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Jun. 12, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Andalusian Fair". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Andalusian Fair". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 21.5 x 34.5 cm; 53 x 65.5 cm (frame). The subject of the Andalusian fairs was frequented in repeated occasions by Baldomero Galofre. A tireless observer of customs, folk costumes and the most genuine typical features, his taste for anecdotes is evident in this composition in which large ceramic jars occupy the centre of a deal in the making. It is not only the precious description of the ponchos, gaiters, jackets, scarves... that stands out. The landscape, bordered by mountains and under a wide sky furrowed with soft clouds, also gives the scene a great compositional rigour. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Andalusian Fair". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Jun. 12, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Andalusian Fair". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Andalusian Fair". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 21,5 x 34,5 cm; 53 x 65,5 cm (frame). In a lively atmosphere of Andalusian fair unfolding in a wide open field with small tents and improvised tents, occupy the foreground a flirtatious scene between a young brunette and a handsome horseman. Galofre was a tireless observer of customs. He knew how to capture the most genuine local customs, as can be seen in this painting of great anecdotal richness and meticulous description of costumes, scarves, pearly, sequined dresses.... The landscape, bordered by mountains and under a wide blue sky, sublimates the scene with a luminous environment, under the rosy warmth of the sunset. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper.
      Apr. 24, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper.

      Est: €8,000 - €10,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Neapolitan fishermen".1885. Watercolour on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. It has slight lack of polychromy in the frame, and on the back a label of Barrachina and Ramoneda. Measurements: 64 x 97 cm; 101 x 134 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre began his training at the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902) "Landscape with Catalan peasants, river and town in the background, 1870
      Mar. 28, 2023

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902) "Landscape with Catalan peasants, river and town in the background, 1870

      Est: €11,250 - €15,000

      Oil on canvas Signed and dated on the lower left side Measurements: 31 x 79 cm

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with horses and gypsy camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Oct. 06, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with horses and gypsy camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €4,500 - €5,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with Horses and Gypsy Camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 17,5 x 32,5 cm; 39 x 54 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre begins his formation in the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later he completes his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). El cortejo" ("Courtship"). Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Slight faults in the frame.
      Oct. 06, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). El cortejo" ("Courtship"). Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Slight faults in the frame.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). El cortejo" ("Courtship"). Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Slight faults in the frame. Measurements: 50 x 34 cm; 74 x 55 cm (frame). A horseman has stopped under the balcony of a lady to invite her to go out. She, wrapped in a white silk mantilla, turns her back to us when answering the call. The courting scene is set in a meadow of lush vegetation, which even climbs up the wall of the house, embellishing its façade. In the distance, the white houses of an Andalusian village can be made out. The canvas is painted with lively, precious brushstrokes, capable of bringing out the qualities of each detail and at the same time giving an overall impression: flashes of light, mossy surfaces, satin garments, etc. The succession of shots is magnificent. The succession of planes appears magnificently constructed in depth through a subtle and naturalistic tonal gradation. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "At the fair", 1891. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
      Jun. 30, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "At the fair", 1891. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €25,000 - €30,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "At the Fair", 1891. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 44 x 66.5 cm; 68 x 89.5 cm (frame). In this work Baldomero Galofre captures a scene full of dynamism and narrative tension, captured with a language of clear impressionist filiation based on a special luminous sensibility and an agile, vibrant and full of life brushstroke, especially expressive in the characters and the horses. The painter takes great pleasure in describing the details, especially the clothes and ornaments of the popular types, as well as in the narrative, seeking the expressiveness of the gestures and without skimping on secondary details. The scene takes place in an Andalusian fair, as indicated by the stalls in the background, and is set in a rugged landscape dominated by the imposing fortification on the right of the composition and the majestic mountains on the horizon. In front of it, a group of people on horseback, dressed in folk costume, wait patiently. The men are dressed in fine cotton shirts with pleats on the breastplate, waistcoats, velvet taleguillas and typical Andalusian hats, while the women (represented to a lesser extent) wear long dresses with plunging necklines. In the background, a whirlwind of mounted musketeers gallops forward, sweeping away everything in their path. The work is a continuation of the Sevillian Romantic school, the main exponent of 19th-century Romantic-style genre painting in Spain. Traditionally, Spanish painting and literature have been interested in popular customs and types. The arrival of Romanticism enlivened this trend, bringing to the Hispanic tradition the vision that foreigners had of our people, due to the snobbery of a Europeanising and liberal national bourgeoisie which, also due to foreign influence and under the Romantic fashion, turned its eyes to the people and monuments of the past. This, which was general throughout Spain, was particularly prevalent in Andalusia, as this land was the dream destination of foreigners, and where the influence of the vision they had of the Spaniard and his peculiar customs had to be felt most strongly. Thus, of the two main schools of costumbrista, the Sevillian school was focused on a gentle, folkloric picturesqueness, far removed from any attempt at social criticism. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). "Coastal view of Naples". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Jun. 30, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). "Coastal view of Naples". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €4,500 - €5,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). "Coastal View of Naples". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 32,5 x 48 cm; 55 x 73 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre constructs in this canvas a clear scene, with the sea on the left side parallel to the rocks located on the right side, in a space in which the differentiated sky of scenographic clouds also stands out. It is interesting to look at the details, such as the rocks, painted in brownish tones with small mosses and wet rocks glistening in the sun. In this way, Galofre displays a masterly play of contrasting lights, creating an energetic atmosphere. Likewise, the succession of shots appears magnificently constructed in depth through a subtle and naturalistic gradation of tone and light. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE. Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902). "Portrait of a gentleman in profile.
      Jun. 15, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE. Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902). "Portrait of a gentleman in profile.

      Est: €300 - €400

      Pen on paper. Dedicated "To my friend Alvarez" and signed in the lower left corner. . 17,5 x 10,8 cm

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    • LANDSCAPE, BALDOMERO GALOFRE, 19TH CENTURY SPANISH SCHOOL
      Jun. 09, 2022

      LANDSCAPE, BALDOMERO GALOFRE, 19TH CENTURY SPANISH SCHOOL

      Est: €2,000 - €2,500

      Oil on canvas, canvas measures: 48 x 80 cm. Born in Reus, Tarragona, in 1849. Spanish painter and illustrator. He studied with Ramón Martí Alsina at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and later obtained a place as an engraving pensioner at the Spanish Academy in Rome, where he remained for twelve years. From there he sent landscapes to the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts. Apart from Roman views, he practiced Neapolitan seascapes and some genre scenes inspired by Mariano Fortuny. Upon his return, he continued to make sea and beach scenes with anecdotes of fishermen and genre scenes set in Galicia, Asturias, Levante and Andalusia. Bibliography: Casado Mayor, Esteban, Painters of the Academy of Rome. The first promotion, Barcelona, ​​Lunwerg Editores, 1990, pp. 83-89.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with hermitage". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Apr. 07, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with hermitage". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,500

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with hermitage". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 80 x 150 cm; 106 x 176 cm (frame). A small church or hermitage is outlined in front of a twilight landscape, crossed by rich mauve shades that are absorbing the last rays of the sun. A female figure carrying baskets returns home. This is a landscape in which Galofre boldly expresses his state of mind. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE. Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902). "Portrait of a gentleman in profile. 17,5 x 10,8 cm.
      Apr. 05, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE. Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902). "Portrait of a gentleman in profile. 17,5 x 10,8 cm.

      Est: €450 - €600

      Dedicated "To my friend Álvarez" and signed in the lower left corner. Fountain pen on paper. 17,5 x 10,8 cm

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE. Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902). "Salmantino on horseback", 1885. 30 x 19 cm.
      Apr. 05, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE. Reus (Tarragona) (1849) / Barcelona (1902). "Salmantino on horseback", 1885. 30 x 19 cm.

      Est: €1,800 - €2,400

      Signed in the lower register "B. Galofré". Figure study for the work "Peasants' Wedding in Salamanca" painted in Rome in 1885. Another very similar preparatory study in pen and ink is preserved of the same model. Reference bibliography: - Alcolea, F., "Baldomer Galofré", exhibition catalogue, 2003, cat. Charcoal and touches of chalk on grey paper. 30 x 19 cm

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). "Coastal view of Naples". Oil on panel.
      Mar. 15, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). "Coastal view of Naples". Oil on panel.

      Est: €2,000 - €5,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1849 - Barcelona, 1902). "Coastal view of Naples". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 32,5 x 48 cm; 55 x 73 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre constructs in this canvas a clear scene, with the sea on the left side parallel to the rocks located on the right side, in a space in which the differentiated sky of scenographic clouds also stands out. It is interesting to fix the eye on details, as in the plane of the rocks, worked with brownish tones on which small mosses and wet rocks sparkle in the sun. In this way, Galofre deploys a masterful play of contrasting lights, creating an energetic atmosphere. Likewise, the succession of shots appears magnificently constructed in depth through a subtle and naturalistic tonal and luminous gradation. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the Escuela de La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he would participate again in 1870, and in 1868 he participated with landscapes and studies at the Aragonese Exhibition in Zaragoza. In 1874 he obtained a pension to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Chigi Academy and the International Circle of Art, and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. Back in Barcelona, in 1884 he held a personal exhibition that was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism, and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Museum of Barcelona, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous and detailed style, and painted landscapes and popular scenes within the orbit of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Art and History Museum of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with hermitage". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Feb. 16, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with hermitage". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €4,000 - €4,500

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with hermitage". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 80 x 150 cm; 106 x 176 cm (frame). A small church or hermitage is outlined in front of a twilight landscape, crossed by rich mauve shades that are absorbing the last rays of the sun. A female figure carrying baskets returns home. This is a landscape in which Galofre boldly expresses his state of mind. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a pupil of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with horses and gypsy camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Jan. 27, 2022

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with horses and gypsy camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €4,500 - €5,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with Horses and Gypsy Camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 17,5 x 32,5 cm; 39 x 54 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre begins his formation in the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later he completes his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • Baldomero Galofre. Horsemen
      Jan. 26, 2022

      Baldomero Galofre. Horsemen

      Est: -

      Oil on board. Signed B. Galofre in the lower right corner.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE (1849 / 1902) "Gallant scene"
      Sep. 29, 2021

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE (1849 / 1902) "Gallant scene"

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      Signed and inscribed Roma on the lower right hand side . Watercolor on paper

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with Horses and Gypsy Camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 17,5 x 32,5 cm; 39 x 54 cm (frame).
      Sep. 29, 2021

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with Horses and Gypsy Camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 17,5 x 32,5 cm; 39 x 54 cm (frame).

      Est: €4,500 - €5,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with Horses and Gypsy Camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 17,5 x 32,5 cm; 39 x 54 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre begins his formation in the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later he completes his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he took part again in 1870, and in 1868 he took part in the Aragonese Exhibition in Saragossa with landscapes and studies. In 1874 he obtained a grant to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Accademia Chigi and the Circulo Internacional de Arte and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. On his return to Barcelona in 1884 he held a personal exhibition which was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Barcelona Museum, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous, detailed style and painted landscapes and popular scenes in the style of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Museum of Art and History of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • Galofre Y Gimenez, Baldomero: Reiter vor den Mauern einer spanischen Stadt
      Jul. 30, 2021

      Galofre Y Gimenez, Baldomero: Reiter vor den Mauern einer spanischen Stadt

      Est: -

      Galofre Y Gimenez, Baldomero — Horseman in front of the walls of a Spanish town (Tarragona 1849-1902 Barcelona) Oil on wood. Signed lower right. 40 x 67 cm. // Galofre Y Gimenez, Baldomero — Reiter vor den Mauern einer spanischen Stadt — (Tarragona 1849-1902 Barcelona) Öl // Holz. Rechts unten sign. 40 x 67 cm.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Equestrian group". Oil on canvas.
      Jul. 15, 2021

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Equestrian group". Oil on canvas.

      Est: €3,500 - €4,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Equestrian group". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 21 x 24,5 cm; 42,5 x 56,5 cm (frame). In this work Galofre is close to the Sevillian romantic school, main exponent of the painting of customs of romantic type of the XIX century in Spain. Traditionally, Spanish painting and literature have been interested in customs and popular types. The arrival of romanticism enlivened this current, bringing to the Hispanic tradition the vision that foreigners had of our people, due to the snobbery of a Europeanizing and liberal national bourgeoisie that, also by foreign influence and under the romantic fashion, turns its eyes to the people and the monuments of the past. This, general in all Spain, will be preferably in Andalusia, for being this land the dreamed goal of foreigners, and where the influence of the vision they had of the Spaniard and his peculiar customs had to be felt more strongly. Thus, of the two fundamental costumbrista schools, the Sevillian school is focused on a friendly and folkloric picturesqueness, far from any attempt at social criticism. In this context we find this canvas by Galofre, which shows us a popular Andalusian scene captured with a precious brushstroke and rich in nuances, extremely descriptive. The painter takes pleasure in the description of the details, mainly of the clothes and ornaments, as well as in the narrative, looking for the expressiveness of the gestures and without skimping on the secondary details, on both sides of the central scene. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the Escuela de La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he would participate again in 1870, and in 1868 he participated with landscapes and studies at the Aragonese Exhibition in Zaragoza. In 1874 he obtained a pension to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Chigi Academy and the International Circle of Art, and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. Back in Barcelona, in 1884 he held a personal exhibition that was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism, and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Museum of Barcelona, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous and detailed style, and painted landscapes and popular scenes within the orbit of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Art and History Museum of Reus, among other public and private collections.

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    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with horses and gypsy camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
      May. 18, 2021

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with horses and gypsy camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €4,500 - €5,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "Landscape with horses and gypsy camp". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 17.5 x 32.5 cm; 39 x 54 cm (frame). Baldomero Galofre began his training at the La Lonja School in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he would participate again in 1870, and in 1868 he participated with landscapes and studies at the Aragonese Exhibition in Zaragoza. In 1874 he obtained a pension to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Chigi Academy and the International Circle of Art, and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. Back in Barcelona, in 1884 he held a personal exhibition that was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism, and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Museum of Barcelona, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous and detailed style, and painted landscapes and popular scenes within the orbit of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Art and History Museum of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "At the fair", 1891. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
      Apr. 15, 2021

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "At the fair", 1891. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €30,000 - €40,000

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE JIMÉNEZ (Reus, Tarragona, 1846 - Barcelona, 1902). "At the fair", 1891. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Size: 44 x 66,5 cm; 68 x 89,5 cm (frame). In this work Baldomero Galofre captures a scene full of dynamism and narrative tension, captured with a language of clear impressionist filiation based on a special luminous sensibility and an agile, vibrant and full of life brushstroke, especially expressive in the characters and the horses. The painter takes pleasure both in the description of the details, mainly of the clothes and ornaments of the popular types, and in the narrative, looking for the expressiveness of the gestures and without skimping on secondary details. The scene takes place in an Andalusian fair, as indicated by the stalls in the background, and is set in a rugged landscape dominated by the imposing fortification that rises to the right of the composition, as well as by the majestic mountains that stand out on the horizon. In front of it, a group of characters on horseback, dressed in popular costumes, wait patiently. The men, with fine cotton shirts with pleats on the breastplate, vest, velvet taleguillas and typical Andalusian hats; the women (represented to a lesser extent) with long dresses with pronounced necklines. In the background, a whirlwind of musketeers on horseback gallops to the front, sweeping away everything in their path. The work is a continuation of the Sevillian Romantic school, the main exponent of 19th century Romantic costume painting in Spain. Traditionally, Spanish painting and literature have been interested in popular customs and types. The arrival of romanticism enlivened this current, bringing to the Hispanic tradition the vision that foreigners had of our people, due to the snobbery of a Europeanizing and liberal national bourgeoisie that, also by foreign influence and under the romantic fashion, turns its eyes to the people and the monuments of the past. This, general in all Spain, will be preferably in Andalusia, for being this land the dreamed goal of foreigners, and where the influence of the vision they had of the Spaniard and his peculiar customs had to be felt more strongly. Thus, of the two fundamental costumbrista schools, the Sevillian school is focused on a friendly and folkloric picturesqueness, far from any attempt at social criticism. Baldomero Galofre began his training at the Escuela de La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was a disciple of Martí Alsina, and later completed his studies in Madrid. He became known in 1866 at the Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona, where he would participate again in 1870, and in 1868 he participated with landscapes and studies at the Aragonese Exhibition in Zaragoza. In 1874 he obtained a pension to further his studies in Rome, where he lived for ten years. There he attended the Chigi Academy and the International Circle of Art, and met Mariano Fortuny in the last months of his life, following the stylistic guidelines of his compatriot. Back in Barcelona, in 1884 he held a personal exhibition that was very well received; Narciso Oller praised his great naturalism, and showed him as an example against history painting. Four years later, in a new individual exhibition, this time in Madrid, one of his works was acquired by the Queen Regent. In 1903, in a special room in the Museum of Barcelona, Galofre presented an important exhibition of his work. He developed a luminous and detailed style, and painted landscapes and popular scenes within the orbit of Fortuny. He was also an extraordinary draughtsman. He is currently represented in the MACBA and the Art and History Museum of Reus, among other public and private collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • BALDOMERO GALOFRE (1849 / 1902) "Gallant Scene".
      Apr. 09, 2021

      BALDOMERO GALOFRE (1849 / 1902) "Gallant Scene".

      Est: €2,700 - €3,600

      Signed and located Rome on the lower right side

      Ansorena
    • Baldomer Galofre (Spanish 1849-1902), Hacienda
      Mar. 15, 2021

      Baldomer Galofre (Spanish 1849-1902), Hacienda

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Baldomer Galofre (Spanish 1849-1902), Hacienda Oil on canvas Signed (lower right). 50 x 39 cm Notes: In a period frame. Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

      Hammersite
    • Baldomero Galofre
      Mar. 11, 2021

      Baldomero Galofre

      Est: -

      Baldomero Galofre (Reus, 1846-Barcelona, 1902). Paisaje, óleo sobre lienzo, 89,5x145,5 cm. Medidas marco: 138x193 cm.

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