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Painter, b. 1834 - d. 1901

Antonio Gisbert Pérez (19 December 1834 – 27 November 1901) was a Spanish artist situated on the cusp between the realist and romantic movements in art. He was known for painting pictures of important events in a country's history in a realistic style, yet clearly with a political aim as well; his variance in styles puts him in the Spanish eclectic school of painters. He generally tried to promote liberal causes in his politics and paintings.

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    • Antonio Gisbert (Alcoy, 1834 - Paris, 1901), signed, Portrait of a woman sewing with a dog, Alicante school, second half of the 19th century
      Mar. 21, 2024

      Antonio Gisbert (Alcoy, 1834 - Paris, 1901), signed, Portrait of a woman sewing with a dog, Alicante school, second half of the 19th century

      Est: €2,000 - €2,500

      Oil on panel. Measurements without frame: 62 x 47. Measurements framed: 80 x 65. Signed in the lower left corner: A. Gisbert (Alcoy, 1834 - Paris, 1901), painter of transition between romanticism and realism.

      Templum Fine Art Auctions
    • ANTONIO GISBERT PÉREZ (Alcoy, Alicante, 1834 - Paris, 1902). "Meditation on reading". Oil on canvas. It has repainting on the pictorial surface and damage to the frame.
      Nov. 09, 2023

      ANTONIO GISBERT PÉREZ (Alcoy, Alicante, 1834 - Paris, 1902). "Meditation on reading". Oil on canvas. It has repainting on the pictorial surface and damage to the frame.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      ANTONIO GISBERT PÉREZ (Alcoy, Alicante, 1834 - Paris, 1902). "Meditation on reading". Oil on canvas. It has repainting on the pictorial surface and damage to the frame. It has an old label on the back. It shows initials of the author on the stretcher. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 81,5 x 65,5 cm; 106 x 90 cm (frame). The historical theme was a constant in Gisbert's painting, who not only developed works where the subject matter referred to specific themes from antiquity, but also turned history into an aesthetic current in such a way that the style invaded his painting, thus surpassing the theme itself. The present work is an example of this, in which the artist presents a figure in his study, engrossed in reading. His clothing, hairstyle and the furniture that accompanies him take us back to the Renaissance, thus showing us an idealised image dominated by stillness and silence, which are enhanced by the use of a sober palette invaded by the intense red of the measures carried by the protagonist. The exercise of reading was of great importance to Gisbert, as can be seen in the self-portrait of the artist in the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, a work with which the present work has great similarities. Antonio Gisbert was a Spanish painter of historical themes, active during the transition from Romanticism to Realism. He studied at the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid and later in Rome and Paris. He represents a pictorial trend typical of the second half of the 19th century: the painting of major events related to national history. This is what is known as "history painting" or "retrospective realism", which aims to depict events from the country's historical past with the realism and veracity of a chronicler. He was also famous for his portraits, particularly those kept in the Congress of Deputies. He was also director of the Prado Museum between 1868 and 1873, when he moved permanently to Paris. In the short period of six years - four calls for entries for the National Exhibition of Fine Arts - Gisbert won three gold medals almost consecutively: in 1858 (a work sent from Italy), 1860 and 1864. His is a tight painting, with perfect draughtsmanship and skilful staging. Of particular importance in his career was his friendship with the Duke of Aosta, the future Amadeo I, whom Gisbert portrayed on two occasions, making him little less than a court painter. Gisbert's artistic profile is divided into two distinct phases. The first belongs to his period in Madrid and as a pensioner in Rome, and is characterised by historical works of a vindictive nature. The second corresponds to the longer period in Paris, during which he developed a more colourful and luminous style of gallant, amiable and anecdotal painting, more colourful and luminous but lacking in social commitment. Antonio Gisbert is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the Casón del Buen Retiro, the Fine Arts Museums of Alicante and Bilbao and the Museum of Mexican History, among others.

      Setdart Auction House
    • A Spanish Lady | Portrait d'une espagnole
      Jun. 14, 2023

      A Spanish Lady | Portrait d'une espagnole

      Est: €4,000 - €6,000

      Antonio Gisbert Alcoi 1834 - 1901 Paris A Spanish Lady Oil on canvas Signed and dated towards lower right A. Gisbert. / 68. 131 x 83,5 cm; 51⅝ by 32⅞ in. ____________________________________________ Antonio Gisbert Alcoi 1834 - 1901 Paris Portrait d'une espagnole Huile sur toile Signé et daté vers le bas à droite A. Gisbert. / 68. 131 x 83,5 cm ; 51⅝ by 32⅞ in.

      Sotheby's
    • Antonio Gisbert
      Mar. 09, 2023

      Antonio Gisbert

      Est: €4,000 - €6,000

      The Twins pair of oil on panel, 41,5by31,5cm.; coeval frames in gilded and carved wood Signed above the left shoulder: A.Gisbert

      Bolli & Romiti s.r.l
    • Antonio GISBERT (1835-1901)., La danseuse., Belle huile sur panneau représentant une, élégante imitant le pas de danse réalisé par, le sujet figurant sur la tapisserie dans son, dos., Panneau de la maison F. Lefebvre....
      Sep. 25, 2022

      Antonio GISBERT (1835-1901)., La danseuse., Belle huile sur panneau représentant une, élégante imitant le pas de danse réalisé par, le sujet figurant sur la tapisserie dans son, dos., Panneau de la maison F. Lefebvre....

      Est: €1,200 - €1,500

      Antonio GISBERT (1835-1901). La danseuse. Belle huile sur panneau représentant une élégante imitant le pas de danse réalisé par le sujet figurant sur la tapisserie dans son dos. Panneau de la maison F. Lefebvre. Dimensions : 41 x 26 cm. Antonio GISBERT (1835-1901). The dancer. Beautiful oil on panel representing an elegant imitating the dance step performed by the subject appearing on the tapestry on her back. Panel from the F. Lefebvre house. Dimensions: 41 x 26cm.

      MJV Soudant
    • ANTONIO GISBERT, PARIS, 1834 -01, OIL ON BEVELED WOOD PANEL 1897, H 26" W 21" PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN
      Jan. 28, 2021

      ANTONIO GISBERT, PARIS, 1834 -01, OIL ON BEVELED WOOD PANEL 1897, H 26" W 21" PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN

      Est: $200 - $400

      Signed upper right. In period carved and gilded frame 29.5" X 21"

      DuMouchelles
    • GISBERT, ANTONIO (1835-1901) Soldado. Acuarela de
      Feb. 28, 2019

      GISBERT, ANTONIO (1835-1901) Soldado. Acuarela de

      Est: -

      GISBERT, ANTONIO (1835-1901) Soldado. Acuarela de 38x26,5 cm. Firmado en Roma.

      Subastas Galileo
    • Antonio Gisbert, Portrait of the Countess of Fuente el Salc
      Oct. 24, 2018

      Antonio Gisbert, Portrait of the Countess of Fuente el Salc

      Est: €4,000 - €5,000

      Antonio Gisbert Alcoy 1834 - Paris 1901. Portrait of the Countess of Fuente el Salce Oil on canvas Signed 72.5x58 cm

      Balclis
    • After Antonio Gisbert."Execution of the Comuneros"
      Oct. 06, 2018

      After Antonio Gisbert."Execution of the Comuneros"

      Est: $300 - $500

      After Antonio Gisbert Perez (Spanish, 1835-1901). "Execution of the Comuneros of Castile," inscribed "Gisbert" ll, 18 1/2 x 23 1/2 in., framed

      Alex Cooper
    • Antonio Gisbert (1822-1899) Gentleman playing a mandolin, 18 x 13.5in.
      Sep. 04, 2014

      Antonio Gisbert (1822-1899) Gentleman playing a mandolin, 18 x 13.5in.

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      Antonio Gisbert (1822-1899) oil on panel, Gentleman playing a mandolin, signed, 18 x 13.5in.

      Gorringes
    • Property of The Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sold to benefit the Charles Knox Smith Art Acquisition Fund
      Apr. 21, 2010

      Property of The Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sold to benefit the Charles Knox Smith Art Acquisition Fund

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      The fair artist signed 'A. Gisbert' (lower right) oil on canvas 18 x 14 3/4in (45.7 x 37.4cm)

      Bonhams
    • Antonio Gisbert (1835-1901), A minstrel playing
      Feb. 17, 2010

      Antonio Gisbert (1835-1901), A minstrel playing

      Est: £300 - £500

      Antonio Gisbert (1835-1901), A minstrel playing the mandolin, oil on panel, signed, 44cm x 33cm.

      Bellmans Auctioneers
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