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    • ATTRIBUTED TO JOSÉ DE IBARRA (GUADALAJARA, 1685 - MEXICO CITY,1756)
      Jul. 07, 2022

      ATTRIBUTED TO JOSÉ DE IBARRA (GUADALAJARA, 1685 - MEXICO CITY,1756)

      Est: €5,000 - €7,500

      Attributed to José de Ibarra (Guadalajara, 1685 - Mexico City,1756) "The Madonna of Passau" Oil on copper. 28 x 22,5 cm. The painter was born in New Galicia, currently in Guadalajara, at the time of the viceroyalty. He trained in the workshops of important painters such as Juan Correa or the brothers Juan and Nicolás Rodríguez Juárez. His themes were, as was almost inevitable at the time, religious. With his sweet style and great knowledge of the human figure, in addition to Spanish influence, a relationship with Italian and French painting of the time can also be appreciated. The National Museum of Art of Mexico keeps a large collection of works by the painter. The original work from which this series of Madonnas of Passau derives, was painted by Lucas Cranach the Elder, circa 1537, for the prince-electors of Saxony. Its dissemination was due to the engraving by Adriaen Melar (1633-1667) (PESSCA 1527A, https://colonialart.org/artworks/1527A/view). The Marian dedication is known as Our Lady Passaviense, a Latin form to refer to "of Passau", a German city on the Danube, bordering Austria, where the cult of the image and its diffusion arose, as in this case, to New Spain. An example by an anonymous author, circa 1700 - 1800, of Our Lady of Passabiense, is held in the collection of the Museo Amparo in Puebla de Zaragoza, Mexico. The historian Héctor Schenone has thoroughly studied the origin of this particular invocation of the Virgin Mary, indicating, with regard to its origin: “In the group of paintings-portraits of Mary attributed to Saint Luke, there is the type called Eleusa (affectionate) and Glycophilusa (the one who embraces with tenderness), to whom two churches in Constantinople were dedicated in the first half of the 12th century. It highlights the affectionate impulse of the protagonists and shows the Virgin in her maternal condition as she embraces her Son and he does the same, passing an arm around his Mother's neck while they join their cheeks." Regarding the diffusion of the image, as we already mentioned, it was carried out by Lucas Cranach the Elder, Schenoneque adds: "At the beginning of the 17th century, it was given to the Archduke-Bishop of Passau, where it was transferred some time later, specifically to the parish of Innsbruck, where it was exhibited from 1650. While it was still in Passau, circa 1622, a vicar had it copied, this replica being known as Passaviensis, being worshipped as a protector against water and plague. The copy spread more than the original work through other copies and engravings, and it is believed that it came to Latin America through the influence of the Jesuits of the area who came to these lands.” Bibliographic references: - Schenone, Héctor H. (2008). "Santa María: iconografía del arte colonial". (pp. 460-461). Educa. Colonial.

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    • Attributed to José de Ibarra (Guadalajara, 1685 - Mexico City,1756)
      May. 05, 2022

      Attributed to José de Ibarra (Guadalajara, 1685 - Mexico City,1756)

      Est: €9,000 - €12,000

      Attributed to José de Ibarra (Guadalajara, 1685 - Mexico City,1756) "The Madonna of Passau". Oil on copper. 28 x 22,5 cm. The painter was born in New Galicia, currently in Guadalajara, at the time of the viceroyalty. He trained in the workshops of important painters such as Juan Correa or the brothers Juan and Nicolás Rodríguez Juárez. His themes were, as was almost inevitable at the time, religious. With his sweet style and great knowledge of the human figure, in addition to Spanish influence, a relationship with Italian and French painting of the time can also be appreciated. The National Museum of Art of Mexico keeps a large collection of works by the painter.The original work from which this series of Madonnas of Passau derives, was painted by Lucas Cranach the Elder, circa 1537, for the prince-electors of Saxony. Its dissemination was due to the engraving by Adriaen Melar (1633-1667) (PESSCA 1527A, https://colonialart.org/artworks/1527A/view). The Marian dedication is known as Our Lady Passaviense, a Latin form to refer to "of Passau", a German city on the Danube, bordering Austria, where the cult of the image and its diffusion arose, as in this case, to New Spain. An example by an anonymous author, circa 1700 - 1800, of Our Lady of Passabiense, is held in the collection of the Museo Amparo in Puebla de Zaragoza, Mexico. The historian Héctor Schenone has thoroughly studied the origin of this particular invocation of the Virgin Mary, indicating, with regard to its origin: “In the group of paintings-portraits of Mary attributed to Saint Luke, there is the type called Eleusa (affectionate) and Glycophilusa (the one who embraces with tenderness), to whom two churches in Constantinople were dedicated in the first half of the 12th century. It highlights the affectionate impulse of the protagonists and shows the Virgin in her maternal condition as she embraces her Son and he does the same, passing an arm around his Mother's neck while they join their cheeks." Regarding the diffusion of the image, as we already mentioned, it was carried out by Lucas Cranach the Elder, Schenoneque adds: "At the beginning of the 17th century, it was given to the Archduke-Bishop of Passau, where it was transferred some time later, specifically to the parish of Innsbruck, where it was exhibited from 1650. While it was still in Passau, circa 1622, a vicar had it copied, this replica being known as Passaviensis, being worshipped as a protector against water and plague. The copy spread more than the original work through other copies and engravings, and it is believed that it came to Latin America through the influence of the Jesuits of the area who came to these lands. Bibliographic reference: Schenone, Héctor H. (2008). "Santa María: iconografía del arte colonial". (pp. 460-461). Educa. Colonial.

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    • SPANISH COLONIAL, attrib. JOSE IBARRA (Mexico, 1688-1756)
      Apr. 10, 2022

      SPANISH COLONIAL, attrib. JOSE IBARRA (Mexico, 1688-1756)

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      St. John of Nepomuk sgn. on reverse Jose Ibarra; o/copper, 17.5 by 13.5 in.; rippled gilt frame 19.5 by 16 in. St. John (c. 1345-1393), born in Nepomuk, Bohemia, was made the vicar-general of Saint Giles Cathedral by the Archbishop of Prague in 1393. In the same year, John was tortured and thrown into the Vltava River from Charles Bridge in Prague by order of King Wenceslaus IV resulting from a disagreement of John’s appointment as the abbot for the powerful Benedictine Abbey of Kladruby.

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    • JOSÉ DE IBARRA (GUADALAJARA, 1685 - MEXICO CITY,1756)
      Nov. 25, 2021

      JOSÉ DE IBARRA (GUADALAJARA, 1685 - MEXICO CITY,1756)

      Est: €2,000 - €2,400

      José de Ibarra (Guadalajara, 1685 - Mexico City,1756) "Our Lady of Sorrows" Oil on copper. Signed. 53 x 42,5 cm.

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    • JOSÉ DE IBARRA (GUADALAJARA, 1685 - MEXICO CITY,1756)
      Nov. 25, 2021

      JOSÉ DE IBARRA (GUADALAJARA, 1685 - MEXICO CITY,1756)

      Est: €13,000 - €15,000

      José de Ibarra (Guadalajara, 1685 - Mexico City,1756) "The Holy Trinity" Oil on copper. Signed. 48 x 58 cm. Painter born in Nueva Galicia, now Guadalajara, in the Viceroyalty epoch. He trained in the workshops of important painters such as Juan Correa and the brothers Juan and Nicolás Rodríguez Juárez. His themes are, as was almost inevitable at the time, religious. In his style, which shows sweetness and great knowledge of the human figure as well as having a Spanish influence, the relationship between Italian and French painting of the time can also be appreciated.

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    • JOSE DE IBARRA (Guadalajara 1685-Ciudad de México 1756) San Jose con el Niño y Nuestra Señora del Buen Consejo Pareja de óleos sobre cobre de 35 x 23,5 cm. Uno de ellos firmado. Con cartelas: 'Rto. de Na. Sra. de El Buen Consejo llamada asi por el que dió con voz perceptible a Sn.Luis Gonzaga dic... y 'Ssn. Joseph Patron principal del Arzobispado y de todo el reyno y especial abogado de los agonizantes'
      Oct. 10, 2018

      JOSE DE IBARRA (Guadalajara 1685-Ciudad de México 1756) San Jose con el Niño y Nuestra Señora del Buen Consejo Pareja de óleos sobre cobre de 35 x 23,5 cm. Uno de ellos firmado. Con cartelas: 'Rto. de Na. Sra. de El Buen Consejo llamada asi por el que dió con voz perceptible a Sn.Luis Gonzaga dic... y 'Ssn. Joseph Patron principal del Arzobispado y de todo el reyno y especial abogado de los agonizantes'

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      JOSE DE IBARRA (Guadalajara 1685-Mexico City 1756) San Jose con el Niño y Nuestra Señora del Buen Consejo. Pair of oil paintings on copper 35 x 23.5 cm. One of them signed. With cartouches: 'Rto. de Na. Sra. de El Buen Consejo llamada asi por el que dió con voz perceptible a Sn.Luis Gonzaga dic... y 'Ssn. Joseph Patron principal del Arzobispado y de todo el reyno y especial abogado de los agonizantes'

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    • José de Ibarra.
      Dec. 21, 2016

      José de Ibarra.

      Est: €7,000 -

      José de Ibarra. Guadalajara 1685 - Mexico 1756 Immaculate Virgin and Saint Joseph with the Child. Pair of oil paintings on copper With original frames in carved and gilded wood 34.8x23.2 cm and 35.5x24 cm José de Ibarra Guadalajara 1685 - Ciudad de México 1756 Nuestra Señora del Buen Consejo y San José con el Niño Pareja de óleos sobre cobre Uno de ellos, firmado. Cartelas con inscripciones: "Rto de Na. Sra. de el Buen Consejo llamada así por el q dio en voz perceptible a Sn. Luis Gonzaga dic(ién)dole: Hijo (...) Compa. de Jhs. venerase en Madrid" y SSn. Joseph. Patron principal del Arzobispado y de todo el Reyno y especial abogado de los Agonizantes" 34,8x23,2 cm y 35,5x24 cm

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    • JOSÉ DE IBARRA
      Feb. 25, 2014

      JOSÉ DE IBARRA

      Est: -

      (Guadalajara de la Nueva Galicia, 1685-Ciudad de México, 1756). "San José", óleo sobre lienzo, 84x65 cm.

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    • José de Ibarra.
      Feb. 28, 2013

      José de Ibarra.

      Est: €10,000 -

      José de Ibarra. Guadalajara 1685 - Mexico 1756 Immaculate Virgin and Saint Joseph with the Child. Pair of oil paintings on copper With original frames in carved and gilded wood 34.8x23.2 cm and 35.5x24 cm José de Ibarra Guadalajara 1685 - México 1756 Inmaculada y San José con el Niño Pareja de óleos sobre cobre Con marcos originales en madera tallada y dorada 34,8x23,2 cm y 35,5x24 cm

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