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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Landscape (Benidorm)", 1960
      May. 22, 2024

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Landscape (Benidorm)", 1960

      Est: €15,000 - €20,000

      Oil on canvas Signed and dated on the right side. On the back on the fabric signed and dated; on the frame with label: "Landscape (Benidorn) 60,000 ptas Francisco Lozano" Measurements: 90 x 128 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Landscape”, 1934. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated on the back.
      Mar. 12, 2024

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Landscape”, 1934. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated on the back.

      Est: €3,000 - €4,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape", 1934. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated on the back. Measurements: 74 x 92 cm; 93 x 112 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Landscape (Benidor)", 1960
      Mar. 05, 2024

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Landscape (Benidor)", 1960

      Est: €25,500 - €34,000

      Oil on canvas. Signed and dated on the right side. On the back on the fabric signed and dated; on the frame with label: "Landscape (Benidorn) 60,000 ptas Francisco Lozano" Measurements: 90 x 128 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape", 1977. Oil on canvas. Presents on the back label of the gallery Biosca (Madrid). Signed, dated, titled and located (Valencia) on the back.
      Jan. 15, 2024

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape", 1977. Oil on canvas. Presents on the back label of the gallery Biosca (Madrid). Signed, dated, titled and located (Valencia) on the back.

      Est: €4,000 - €5,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape", 1977. Oil on canvas. Presents on the back label of the gallery Biosca (Madrid). Signed, dated, titled and located (Valencia) on the back. Measurements: 46,5 x 55,5 cm; 76 x 85,5 cm (frame). Francisco Lozano was interested in painting since his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. Later he continued his studies at the Residencia de Pintores de La Alhambra, and after the civil war he began to make a name for himself. His career was consolidated in the forties, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was well received by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the beginning on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and color. His is a synthetic, orderly and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travels to Paris with a scholarship from the French government, and on his return his recognition is completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he also reaped great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on, he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post between 1955 and 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 an important retrospective exhibition was dedicated to him at the IVAM. His work is currently on display in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Landscape”, 1934. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated on the back.
      Nov. 29, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Landscape”, 1934. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated on the back.

      Est: €3,000 - €4,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape", 1934. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Dated on the back. Measurements: 74 x 92 cm; 93 x 112 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Mediterranean", 1988
      Nov. 06, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Mediterranean", 1988

      Est: €18,000 - €24,000

      Oil on canvas glued to board Signed in the lower left corner. On the back titled, located "Valencia", signed and dated Measurements: 65 x 80 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Poppies", 1979. Oil on tablex. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
      Jul. 20, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Poppies", 1979. Oil on tablex. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Poppies", 1979. Oil on táblex. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Size: 19 x 24 cm; 41 x 46 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean
      Jul. 04, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Valencia 1912-2000 Mediterranean. 1988 Oil on tablex Signed Back signed and dated 1988 Size 19 x 24 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean (sand area destroyed)
      May. 23, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean (sand area destroyed)

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Valencia 1912-2000 Mediterranean (sand area destroyed). 1995 Oil on canvas Signed Back signed, titled and dated 1995 Size 27 x 35 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.
      Apr. 24, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.

      Est: €10,000 - €12,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Mediterráneo, Altea", 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right-hand corner and on the back. Measurements: 50.5 x 61.5 cm; 68 x 79 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean
      Mar. 28, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Valencia 1912-2000 Mediterranean. 1984 Oil on canvas Back signed, titled and dated 1984 Size 24 x 33 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.
      Jan. 25, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.

      Est: €10,000 - €12,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Mediterráneo, Altea", 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right-hand corner and on the back. Measurements: 50.5 x 61.5 cm; 68 x 79 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Antella, Valencia, 1912 - Valencia, 2000). "Albufera", 1969. Oil on tablex. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.
      Jan. 25, 2023

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Antella, Valencia, 1912 - Valencia, 2000). "Albufera", 1969. Oil on tablex. Signed and dated in the lower left corner.

      Est: €3,500 - €4,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Antella, Valencia, 1912 - Valencia, 2000). "Albufera", 1969. Oil on táblex. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Measurements: 39 x 55 cm; 59 x 75 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the forties, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, by whose hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean
      Dec. 13, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO - Mediterranean

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Valencia 1912-2000 Mediterranean. 1972 Oil on tablex Signed and dated 1972 Back signed and dated Size 21 x 26 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape Cullera, Valencia", 1978. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in lower left corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back.
      Nov. 24, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape Cullera, Valencia", 1978. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in lower left corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back.

      Est: €8,000 - €9,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Landscape Cullera, Valencia", 1978. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in lower left corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back. Catalogued in the book: "Francisco Lozano: a mysticism of the landscape", page 50. Measurements: 60 x 73 cm; 78 x 91 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Residencia de Pintores de La Alhambra, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, by whose hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO Valencia 1912-2000 Boat on the beach. 1986 Oil on canvas S
      Oct. 25, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Valencia 1912-2000 Boat on the beach. 1986 Oil on canvas S

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Valencia 1912-2000 Boat on the beach. 1986 Oil on canvas Signed Back signed, titled and dated 1986 Measures 22 x 27 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS, (Antella, Valencia, 1912 – Valencia, 2000). “Old Mediterranean Poppies”, 1997. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Signed, dated, dedicated and titled on the reverse.
      Oct. 06, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS, (Antella, Valencia, 1912 – Valencia, 2000). “Old Mediterranean Poppies”, 1997. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Signed, dated, dedicated and titled on the reverse.

      Est: €1,500 - €1,700

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS, (Antella, Valencia, 1912 - Valencia, 2000). "Old Mediterranean poppies", 1997. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Signed, dated, dedicated and titled on the back. Size: 23 x 28 cm, 33 x 38 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Residencia de Pintores de La Alhambra, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.
      Oct. 06, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.

      Est: €10,000 - €12,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Mediterráneo, Altea", 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right-hand corner and on the back. Measurements: 50.5 x 61.5 cm; 68 x 79 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • Francisco Lozano. Valencian landscape
      Sep. 28, 2022

      Francisco Lozano. Valencian landscape

      Est: -

      Oil on board. Signed and dated (68) in the lower left corner. On the back: signed and dated.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Mediterranean", 1986
      Jul. 20, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Mediterranean", 1986

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. On the reverse titled, signed and dated. Measurements: 33 x 41 cm.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.
      Jul. 13, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Mediterranean, Altea”, 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner and on the reverse.

      Est: €7,000 - €8,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Mediterráneo, Altea", 1988. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right-hand corner and on the back. Measurements: 50.5 x 61.5 cm; 68 x 79 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Landscape", 1971
      Jun. 14, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Landscape", 1971

      Est: €22,500 - €30,000

      Oil on canvas signed and dated in the lower right corner On the back signed and dated. 74 x 101 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Náquera”, 1975. Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado y fechado en el angulo inferior derecho. Medidas: 73 x 92 cm; 92 x 110 cm (marco).
      Jun. 09, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). “Náquera”, 1975. Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado y fechado en el angulo inferior derecho. Medidas: 73 x 92 cm; 92 x 110 cm (marco).

      Est: €12,000 - €14,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Náquera", 1975. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 73 x 92 cm; 92 x 110 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Residencia de Pintores de La Alhambra, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Mediterráneo. La Malvarrosa, Valencia", 1988
      May. 11, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Mediterráneo. La Malvarrosa, Valencia", 1988

      Est: €22,500 - €30,000

      Oil on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. On the back signed, dated and titled .66 x 81 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Reeds and clay. Homage to Blasco Ibañez", 1978
      May. 11, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000) "Reeds and clay. Homage to Blasco Ibañez", 1978

      Est: €5,700 - €7,600

      Oil on canvas Signed and dated in the lower left corner. On the back, titled, signed and dated. With label of the Biosca Gallery, Madrid.46 x 55 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Poppies", 1979. Oil on tablex. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
      Apr. 07, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Poppies", 1979. Oil on tablex. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

      Est: €900 - €1,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHIS (Valencia, 1912 - 2000). "Poppies", 1979. Oil on táblex. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Size: 19 x 24 cm; 41 x 46 cm (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting from his youth, and at the age of sixteen he began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. He later continued his studies at the Alhambra Painters' Residence, and after the Civil War he began to make a name for himself. His career would take off in the 1940s, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was welcomed by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand in hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the outset on landscape, although he evolved from the initial influence of Sorolla towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and colour. His is a synthetic, ordered and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he travelled to Paris on a grant from the French government, and on his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he was also a great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post from 1955 to 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), a member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 a major retrospective exhibition was devoted to him at the IVAM. His work is currently held in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • Francis Lozano. dunes
      Mar. 29, 2022

      Francis Lozano. dunes

      Est: -

      Oil on board. Signed and dated (68) in the lower center. On the back signed and dated. Cano Hall label.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Port", 1960.
      Mar. 01, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Port", 1960.

      Est: €600 - €1,200

      27 x 34 cm . Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Landscape", 1964.
      Mar. 01, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Landscape", 1964.

      Est: €900 - €1,800

      37 x 45 cm . Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Signed and dated on the back.

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    • "FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Mediterraneo", 1993.
      Mar. 01, 2022

      "FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Mediterraneo", 1993.

      Est: €1,050 - €2,100

      32 x 42 cm . Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. On the back titled, dedicated, signed and dated . "

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Landscape", 1979.
      Mar. 01, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Landscape", 1979.

      Est: €3,300 - €6,600

      51 x 62 cm . Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner and on the back.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Landscape", 1976.
      Mar. 01, 2022

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS. Antella, Valencia (1912) / Valencia (2000). "Landscape", 1976.

      Est: €420 - €840

      23 x 25 cm . Mixed technique on paper. Signed and dated on the lower left corner.

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    • Francisco Lozano. Landscape
      Jan. 26, 2022

      Francisco Lozano. Landscape

      Est: -

      Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner and dated (71). On the back signed and dated.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) Beached boat, 1958
      Dec. 17, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) Beached boat, 1958

      Est: €180 - €240

      Signed and dated on the right-hand side Ink and charcoal on paper 20 x 25,5 cm

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    • Francisco Lozano. Landscape
      Nov. 24, 2021

      Francisco Lozano. Landscape

      Est: -

      Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado en el ángulo inferior izquierdo y fechado (71). Al dorso firmado y fechado.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS, (Antella, Valencia, 1912 - Valencia, 2000). "Landscape", 1983. Oil on panel.
      Nov. 10, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS, (Antella, Valencia, 1912 - Valencia, 2000). "Landscape", 1983. Oil on panel.

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS, (Antella, Valencia, 1912 - Valencia, 2000). "Landscape", 1983. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Measurements: 22 x 23 cm, 32 x 34 (frame). Painter, teacher and member of the Royal Academies of Fine Arts of San Fernando and San Carlos, Francisco Lozano was interested in painting since his youth, and with sixteen years began his training at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia. Later he continued his studies at the Residencia de Pintores de La Alhambra, and after the civil war he began to make a name for himself. His career was consolidated in the forties, when he began to exhibit regularly in Madrid and other cities. In the capital he was well received by Eugenio d'Ors, whose hand he exhibited at the Estilo gallery, and who put him in contact with the artistic and intellectual circles of Madrid at the time. A primarily Mediterranean painter, his work focused from the beginning on landscape, although from the initial influence of Sorolla he evolved towards a more personal language, although equally sensitive to light and color. His is a synthetic, orderly and austere landscape, completely modern. Between 1951 and 1952 he traveled to Paris with a scholarship from the French government, and upon his return his recognition was completed with the first prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. That same year he also reaped great success at the Venice Biennale. From then on he combined his artistic practice with teaching at the San Carlos Academy, where he held a teaching post between 1955 and 1977. At the same time, he held important exhibitions in Spain, South America, the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, among other countries, mainly in Mediterranean Europe. Lozano was an honorary member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (1952), member of the Valencian Council of Culture (1986) and doctor honoris causa by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1994), and in 1993 an important retrospective exhibition was dedicated to him at the IVAM. His work is currently on display in museums such as the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fundación Mendoza in Caracas, the Camón Aznar in Zaragoza, the IVAM in Valencia and the Fine Arts Museum in Montevideo, among others.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) Cañas y barro. Homage to Blasco Ibañez", 1978
      Nov. 04, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) Cañas y barro. Homage to Blasco Ibañez", 1978

      Est: €7,500 - €10,000

      Signed and dated in the lower left corner. On the back, titled, signed and dated. With label of the Biosca Gallery, Madrid . Oil on canvas. 46 x 55 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Landscape"
      Sep. 29, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Landscape"

      Est: €300 - €400

      Signed and justified in pencil at the bottom 48/100 . Lithography

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Landscape", 1979
      Sep. 29, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Landscape", 1979

      Est: €5,400 - €7,200

      Signed and dated in the lower left-hand corner and overleaf . Oil on canvas

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Landscape", 1976
      Jul. 21, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Landscape", 1976

      Est: €600 - €1,200

      Signed and dated on the underside . Oil on cardboard

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO - Cercedilla. Guadarrama
      Jun. 29, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO - Cercedilla. Guadarrama

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Antella, Valencia 1912-2000 Cercedilla. Guadarrama Oil on canvas Signed Titled back Measurements 37 x 51 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Lanscape"
      Jun. 17, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Lanscape"

      Est: €525 - €700

      Signed in the lower right corner

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Mediterraneo, Altea", 1988
      Apr. 09, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000) "Mediterraneo, Altea", 1988

      Est: €4,800 - €6,400

      Signed at the bottom. Back titled, Signed and dated.

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000). "Mediterranean",1998
      Jan. 26, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000). "Mediterranean",1998

      Est: €1,350 - €1,800

      Signed in the lower right-hand corner. On the back titled, signed and dated. MODERN PAINTING

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000). "Landscape", 1979
      Jan. 26, 2021

      FRANCISCO LOZANO SANCHÍS (1912 / 2000). "Landscape", 1979

      Est: €1,080 - €1,440

      Signed and dated at the bottom right. CONTEMPORARY PAINTING

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO Antella, Valencia 1912-2000
      Dec. 15, 2020

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Antella, Valencia 1912-2000

      Est: -

      Mediterranean. Genists. 1975 Oil on canvas Signed Back signed and dated 1975 Size 24.5 x 33 cm

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    • FRANCISCO LOZANO - Poppies
      Jun. 02, 2020

      FRANCISCO LOZANO - Poppies

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO LOZANO Antella, Valencia 1912-2000 Poppies 1971 Oil on tablex Signed and dated 1971 Back signed, dated and dedicated Size: 26 x 22 cm

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    • Francisco Lozano Sanchís (1912-2000) "Paisaje"
      Feb. 20, 2020

      Francisco Lozano Sanchís (1912-2000) "Paisaje"

      Est: -

      Francisco Lozano Sanchís (1912-2000) "Paisaje" Oleo sobre lienzo - Firmado y fechado en 1970 66x92 cm

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