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Figure painter, Painter, Portrait painter

Francesc Masriera i Manovens (21 October 1842, Barcelona - 15 March 1902, Barcelona) was a Catalonian figure painter and goldsmith who was influenced by Orientalism.

He was born into a family of painters, set designers and silversmiths and began his artistic training in his father's workshop.[1] When he was only thirteen, he went to Geneva to learn the techniques for painting on enamel. In 1857, he and his brother Josep (who would also become a well-known painter) were apprenticed in the workshop of Josep Serra i Porsón [ca],[2] a professor at the Escola de la Llotja, followed in 1865 by a trip to London and Paris, where they may have briefly worked in the studios of Alexandre Cabanel.

He opened his first studio in 1871 and participated in the "Exposició General Catalana". The following year, he returned to Paris alone and established contact with Goupil & cie, one of the most important art dealerships at that time. He was awarded second prize at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1878 with his painting "La esclava" (The Slave),[2] which was later purchased by King Alfonso XII.[1] In 1889, he was awarded a medal at the Exposition Universelle. For most of his life, he was active in the family jewelry business, Masriera y Hijos (later, Hermanos Masrieras).

Between 1882 and 1884, he and Josep built an elaborate workshop on Bailen Street, modeled after the ancient Temple of Augustus on Mont Tàber. It was designed by Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas. Flanking the entrance were statues of Eduardo Rosales and Marià Fortuny, created by Josep Reynés [ca]. The Masriera's combined art collections were kept there and it became a major cultural center, featuring dramatic performances as well as art shows. In 1932, it became the Teatre Studium and was later connected to the adjoining buildings. It is now a residence for the nuns of the "Petita Companyia del Cor Eucarístic de Jesús".[3]

As a jeweler, he was well known for his use of Plique-à-jour, a notoriously difficult technique. He was also an amateur playwright and a regular contributor to a weekly "magazine", El Recuerdo, created by his brother Josep and his friends, but never actually published.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Lady". 1880. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the central left part. Golden frame with some faults.
        Jun. 11, 2024

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Lady". 1880. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the central left part. Golden frame with some faults.

        Est: €2,500 - €3,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Lady". 1880. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the central left part. Golden frame with some faults. Measurements: 33 x 21 cm; 43 x 31,5 cm (frame). Masriera, one of the greatest Catalan portraitists of his time, always put special interest in the feminine figure. Here, a young woman wearing a felt hat adorned with feathers seems to want to hide her face behind the fluffy cloud formed by the fur stole wrapped in her hands. Her silhouette is carved in a burgundy velvet dress, her graceful curves are cut out against a gray background. Her feet disappear under a blanket of white flowers and she almost seems to float, which gives her an ethereal and carnal essence at the same time. Spanish painter, writer and goldsmith, he began his training in the jewelry workshop of his father José María Masriera and in that of José Serra y Porson. Always concerned about improving and approaching new horizons, he refined his technique after traveling to Geneva where he learned the enamel process, which will be one of the main hallmarks of his goldsmith designs. As for his facet as a painter, there is evidence that he traveled to Paris for the first time in 1865, where he went to Cabanel's workshop. On repeated occasions he visited the French capital, the epicenter of the artistic modernity of the time, where he acquired first-hand the rapid brushstrokes, luminosity and vivid chromatism of the first impressionists, features that can be seen in this magnificent painting. As can also be seen in the work presented here, Masriera had the ability to combine the freshness of the new plastic trends emerging in Paris at the time, with the long neoclassical tradition marked by the Academy: a careful dedication to drawing, the care of the composition and the rigorous study of the old masters. In fact, there is evidence that in the Louvre he devoted himself to copying the main works in order to acquire the mastery of the classics, and in Paris he participated in the Universal Exhibitions of 1867, 1878 and 1889. There is also evidence of his trips to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he collaborated in the magazine El Recuerdo. In Spain, he won the second medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1878 for the work entitled La esclava, and also exhibited his works at the Bosch Gallery in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. As we observe in this exquisite painting, Masriera's technique is characterized by the perfection of the drawing, the careful composition and a color full of strength and luminosity, which is manifested especially in the iridescence of the canvases. He stood out for his preciousness full of fantasy, as well as for the freshness of his colors.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Young woman with fan. 1880. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the center right. Golden frame with some faults.
        Jun. 11, 2024

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Young woman with fan. 1880. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the center right. Golden frame with some faults.

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Young woman with fan. 1880. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the center right. Golden frame with some faults. Measurements: 33 x 21 cm; 43 x 31,5 cm (frame). In this portrait of lady with fan, the slender waist of the young woman is enhanced by a pink silk dress with chiffon and lace trim. The pamela, adorned with fine transparent cloth, frames a fresh and smiling face. The woman is silhouetted against a sky blue sky, which accentuates the almost volatile condition of the feminine essence when youth is in full bloom. With an audacious use of the brush, the author captures the vivacity of the expression and the sumptuous qualities of the costumes. Spanish painter, writer and goldsmith, he began his training in the jewelry workshop of his father José María Masriera and in that of José Serra y Porson. Always concerned about improving and approaching new horizons, he refined his technique after traveling to Geneva where he learned the enameling process, which will be one of the main hallmarks of his goldsmith designs. As for his facet as a painter, there is evidence that he traveled to Paris for the first time in 1865, where he went to Cabanel's workshop. On repeated occasions he visited the French capital, the epicenter of the artistic modernity of the time, where he acquired first-hand the rapid brushstrokes, luminosity and vivid chromatism of the first impressionists, features that can be seen in this magnificent painting. As can also be seen in the work presented here, Masriera had the ability to combine the freshness of the new plastic trends emerging in Paris at the time, with the long neoclassical tradition marked by the Academy: a careful dedication to drawing, the care of the composition and the rigorous study of the old masters. In fact, there is evidence that in the Louvre he devoted himself to copying the main works in order to acquire the mastery of the classics, and in Paris he participated in the Universal Exhibitions of 1867, 1878 and 1889. There is also evidence of his trips to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he collaborated in the magazine El Recuerdo. In Spain, he won the second medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1878 for the work entitled La esclava, and also exhibited his works at the Bosch Gallery in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. As we observe in this exquisite painting, Masriera's technique is characterized by the perfection of the drawing, the careful composition and a color full of strength and luminosity, which is manifested especially in the iridescence of the canvases. He stood out for his preciousness full of fantasy, as well as for the freshness of his colors.

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      • FULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A BOURGEOIS LADY, FRANCESC MASRIERA (BARCELONA, ​​1842-1902)
        May. 23, 2024

        FULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A BOURGEOIS LADY, FRANCESC MASRIERA (BARCELONA, ​​1842-1902)

        Est: €1,500 - €2,500

        Catalan school of the 19th century. Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1899. Canvas measurements only: 160 x 98 cm. No frame attached. Painter of Barcelona origin, and member of an important saga of goldsmiths and artists: brother of the painter José Masriera and uncle of the modernist painter, goldsmith and jewelry designer Lluís Masriera. His work is represented in the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC) in Barcelona and the Prado Museum in Madrid, among others, as well as in important international private collections. Reference bibliography: The Great Encyclopèdia in Català, Barcelona, ​​Edicions 62. 2004. ISBN 84-297-5441-5. Provenance: important private collection from Barcelona (lots 450 to 462). Provenance: important private collection from Barcelona (lots 450 to 462)

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      • FULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A BOURGEOIS GENTLEMAN, FRANCESC MASRIERA (BARCELONA, ​​1842-1902)
        May. 23, 2024

        FULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A BOURGEOIS GENTLEMAN, FRANCESC MASRIERA (BARCELONA, ​​1842-1902)

        Est: €1,500 - €2,500

        Catalan school of the 19th century. Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1899. Canvas measurements only: 160 x 98 cm. No frame attached. Painter of Barcelona origin, and member of an important saga of goldsmiths and artists: brother of the painter José Masriera and uncle of the modernist painter, goldsmith and jewelry designer Lluís Masriera. His work is represented in the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC) in Barcelona and the Prado Museum in Madrid, among others, as well as in important international private collections. Reference bibliography: The Great Encyclopèdia in Català, Barcelona, ​​Edicions 62. 2004. ISBN 84-297-5441-5. Provenance: important private collection from Barcelona (lots 450 to 462). Provenance: important private collection from Barcelona (lots 450 to 462)

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      • BOURGEOIS LADY AT CARNIVAL, FRANCESC MASRIERA (BARCELONA, ​​1842-1902)
        May. 23, 2024

        BOURGEOIS LADY AT CARNIVAL, FRANCESC MASRIERA (BARCELONA, ​​1842-1902)

        Est: €4,500 - €6,500

        Catalan school of the 19th century. Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1899. Canvas measurements only: 60 x 45 cm. Measurements with frame: 85 x 70 cm. Painter of Barcelona origin, and member of an important saga of goldsmiths and artists: brother of the painter José Masriera and uncle of the modernist painter, goldsmith and jewelry designer Lluís Masriera. His work is represented in the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC) in Barcelona and the Prado Museum in Madrid, among others, as well as in important international private collections. Reference bibliography: The Great Encyclopèdia in Català, Barcelona, ​​Edicions 62. 2004. ISBN 84-297-5441-5. Provenance: important private collection from Barcelona (lots 450 to 462)

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA. In the park.
        May. 23, 2024

        FRANCESC MASRIERA. In the park.

        Est: €2,000 - €2,500

        Oil on canvas Signed 52x88 cm.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). "Orientalist portrait", 1860. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
        May. 23, 2024

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). "Orientalist portrait", 1860. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

        Est: €3,200 - €3,500

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). "Orientalist portrait", 1860. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 101 x 65 cm. The protagonist of this female portrait wears a strapless dress that matches the jewelry and headdress that adorns her hair. She holds a handmade object in her hands while she stares at the viewer in a serious and concentrated gesture. The work demonstrates the attraction that the orientalist world professed in Spanish painters. Painter and silversmith, he began his artistic training in the workshop of his father, Josep Masriera Vidal. He then entered the School of Fine Arts of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was influenced by the landscape painter Luis Rigalt, to finally complete his studies in Paris. As a painter he dedicated himself to detailed landscapes, usually inspired by the surroundings of San Andrés de Llavaneras, in the province of Barcelona. He participated in exhibitions in Barcelona, Madrid, Zaragoza, Munich, Berlin and many other cities. His successive trips to Paris brought him into contact with the different tendencies of French landscape painting, and he soon achieved success thanks to the works he presented at the International Exhibition in Paris (third medal) and at the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid (third medal in 1878 and 1897) and in Barcelona (first medal in 1909). He was an academician of Sciences and Arts (1873) and of the Fine Arts of Sant Jordi, and presided over the Artistic Circle. He published biographies of Catalan artists of the generation before his own, such as Luis Rigalt, Claudio Lorenzale and Francisco Miquel, as well as works on aesthetics such as "Influencia del estilo japonés en las artes europeas" (1885). He is represented in the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña and the Museo del Prado among others, as well as in important international private collections.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Female portrait". 1884. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Restoration visible on the back.
        Apr. 23, 2024

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Female portrait". 1884. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Restoration visible on the back.

        Est: €6,000 - €7,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Female portrait". 1884. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Restoration visible on the back. Measurements: 81 x 65 cm; 101 x 85 cm (frame). Masriera, one of the greatest Catalan portraitists of his time, always put special interest in the feminine figure. In this portrait of a lady we can appreciate his ability to capture the character of the sitter as in a snapshot and at the same time capture the delicate details of the costume with a vivid and bold brushstroke. Spanish painter, writer and goldsmith, he began his training in the jewelry workshop of his father José María Masriera and in that of José Serra y Porson. Always concerned about improving and approaching new horizons, he refined his technique after traveling to Geneva where he learned the enamel process, which will be one of the main hallmarks of his goldsmith designs. As for his facet as a painter, there is evidence that he traveled to Paris for the first time in 1865, where he went to Cabanel's workshop. On repeated occasions he visited the French capital, the epicenter of the artistic modernity of the time, where he acquired first-hand the rapid brushstrokes, luminosity and vivid chromatism of the first impressionists, features that can be seen in this magnificent painting. As can also be seen in the work presented here, Masriera had the ability to combine the freshness of the new plastic trends emerging in Paris at the time, with the long neoclassical tradition marked by the Academy: a careful dedication to drawing, the care of the composition and the rigorous study of the old masters. In fact, there is evidence that in the Louvre he devoted himself to copying the main works in order to acquire the mastery of the classics, and in Paris he participated in the Universal Exhibitions of 1867, 1878 and 1889. There is also evidence of his trips to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he collaborated in the magazine El Recuerdo. In Spain, he won the second medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1878 for the work entitled La esclava, and also exhibited his works at the Bosch Gallery in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. As we observe in this exquisite painting, Masriera's technique is characterized by the perfection of the drawing, the careful composition and a color full of strength and luminosity, which is manifested especially in the iridescence of the canvases. He stood out for his preciousness full of fantasy, as well as for the freshness of his colors.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA
        Mar. 26, 2024

        FRANCESC MASRIERA

        Est: €6,000 - €8,000

        Francesc Masriera (Barcelona, 1842-1902) La modelo en el taller. Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado y fechado en 1889. Bibliografía. Reproducido en el libro: "Els Masriera", por Generalitat de Catalunya y Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC). Nº 26. Pág.: 44. Edicions Proa, Barcelona, 1996. 40,5 x 51 cm.

        Aletheia Subastas
      • FRANCESC MASRIERA. Still life.
        Mar. 14, 2024

        FRANCESC MASRIERA. Still life.

        Est: €400 - €500

        Oil on canvas stuck to cardboard Signed and dated 1877 26x33.5 cm.

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      • Francisco Masriera y Manovens (Barcelona 1842 - 1902 "Orientalist Portrait"
        Feb. 29, 2024

        Francisco Masriera y Manovens (Barcelona 1842 - 1902 "Orientalist Portrait"

        Est: €1,500 - €2,000

        Francisco Masriera y Manovens (Barcelona 1842 - 1902 "Orientalist Portrait" Oil on canvas Signed 100 x 65 cm 1.500 - 2.000 €

        Greco Subastas
      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS - Young lady sitting in armchair
        Feb. 06, 2024

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS - Young lady sitting in armchair

        Est: -

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS Barcelona 1842 - 1902 Young lady sitting in an armchair. 1881 Oil on canvas Signed and dated Measurements 90 x 118.5 cm

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      • ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".
        Oct. 05, 2023

        ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".

        Est: €800 - €1,000

        Oil on canvas. Signed. Label of Sala Parés on the back. 55 x 46 cm; 91.5 x 81 cm (frame).

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      • Girl with Fan, Francesc Masriera Manovens (Barcelona, ​​October 21, 1842 - March 15, 1902), 19th century Spanish school
        Sep. 27, 2023

        Girl with Fan, Francesc Masriera Manovens (Barcelona, ​​October 21, 1842 - March 15, 1902), 19th century Spanish school

        Est: €5,000 - €6,000

        Oil on canvas, measurements: 62 x 43 cm, measurements with frame: 103 x 85 cm. Spanish painter, member of an important saga of goldsmiths and artists: brother of the painter José Masriera and uncle of the modernist painter, goldsmith and jewelry designer Lluís Masriera. His work is represented in the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC) in Barcelona and the Prado Museum in Madrid, among others, as well as in important international private collections. Reference bibliography: The Great Encyclopèdia in Català, Barcelona, ​​Edicions 62. 2004. ISBN 84-297-5441-5.

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      • Girl with a Fan, Francesc Masriera Manovens ​(Barcelona, ​​October 21, 1842- March 15, 1902), 19th century Spanish school
        Jul. 26, 2023

        Girl with a Fan, Francesc Masriera Manovens ​(Barcelona, ​​October 21, 1842- March 15, 1902), 19th century Spanish school

        Est: €8,000 - €10,000

        Oil on canvas, measures: 62 x 43 cm, measures with frame: 103 x 85 cm. Spanish painter, member of an important saga of goldsmiths and artists: brother of the painter José Masriera and uncle of the painter, goldsmith and modernist jewelry designer Lluís Masriera. His work is represented at the National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) in Barcelona and at the Prado Museum in Madrid, among others, as well as in important international private collections. Reference bibliography: La Gran Enciclopèdia en català, Barcelona, ​​Edicions 62. 2004. ISBN 84-297-5441-5.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA. A girl.
        Jun. 29, 2023

        FRANCESC MASRIERA. A girl.

        Est: €200 - €240

        Watercolour and gouache on paper Signed and located in Paris On the back, another sketch with dedication: "Dibujo regalo de Eusebio Planas" 19.5x13.5 cm.

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      • Girl with a Fan, Francesc Masriera Manovens ​(Barcelona, ​​October 21, 1842- March 15, 1902), 19th century Spanish school
        May. 30, 2023

        Girl with a Fan, Francesc Masriera Manovens ​(Barcelona, ​​October 21, 1842- March 15, 1902), 19th century Spanish school

        Est: €8,000 - €10,000

        Oil on canvas, measures: 62 x 43 cm, measures with frame: 103 x 85 cm. Spanish painter, member of an important saga of goldsmiths and artists: brother of the painter José Masriera and uncle of the painter, goldsmith and modernist jewelry designer Lluís Masriera. His work is represented at the National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) in Barcelona and at the Prado Museum in Madrid, among others, as well as in important international private collections. Reference bibliography: La Gran Enciclopèdia en català, Barcelona, ​​Edicions 62. 2004. ISBN 84-297-5441-5.

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      • ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".
        Apr. 20, 2023

        ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".

        Est: €1,500 - €4,000

        Oil on canvas. Signed. Label of Sala Parés on the back. 55 x 46 cm; 91.5 x 81 cm (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS - Young lady sitting in armchair
        Mar. 28, 2023

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS - Young lady sitting in armchair

        Est: -

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS Barcelona 1842 - 1902 Young lady sitting in an armchair. 1881 Oil on canvas Signed and dated Size 90 x 118.5 cm

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "PROFILE PORTRAIT OF GIRL WITH A HAT", 1898.
        Feb. 23, 2023

        FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "PROFILE PORTRAIT OF GIRL WITH A HAT", 1898.

        Est: €700 - €1,200

        Oil on board. Signed and dated. 27 x 22 cm; 39 x 34 cm (frame). 

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      • Attributed to FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Lady". Oil on canvas. It has a patch on the back.
        Jan. 25, 2023

        Attributed to FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Lady". Oil on canvas. It has a patch on the back.

        Est: €1,800 - €2,000

        Attributed to FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Lady". Oil on canvas. It has a patch on the back. Measurements: 40 x 26.5 cm; 60 x 48 cm (frame). As it can be appreciated in this work attributed to Masriera, the painter put special interest in the feminine figure, deepening in the emotional strength of the portrayed, which he used to represent in sumptuously ornamented environments and dressed with rich dresses, headdresses and jewels. In this painting we see a classical interior, clothing and furnishings that correspond to Masriera's painting. A Spanish painter, writer and goldsmith, he is considered one of the best Catalan portraitists, following in the footsteps of Fortuny. He began his training in the jewellery workshop of his father José María Masriera and in that of José Serra y Porson. Always concerned with improving and exploring new horizons, he refined his technique after travelling to Geneva, where he learned the enamelling process, which would become one of the main hallmarks of his goldsmith designs. As for his work as a painter, it is recorded that he travelled to Paris for the first time in 1865, where he visited Cabanel's studio. He visited the French capital, the epicentre of the artistic modernity of the time, on several occasions, where he acquired first-hand the rapid brushstrokes, luminosity and vivid chromaticism of the early Impressionists, traits that can be seen in this magnificent painting. As can also be seen in the work presented here, Masriera had the ability to combine the freshness of the new plastic trends emerging in Paris at the time with the long neoclassical tradition marked by the Academy: a painstaking dedication to drawing, attention to composition and the rigorous study of the old masters. In fact, there is evidence that at the Louvre he devoted himself to copying the main works in order to acquire the mastery of the classics, and in Paris he took part in the Universal Exhibitions of 1867, 1878 and 1889. There is also evidence of his trips to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he contributed to the magazine El Recuerdo. In Spain he was awarded the second medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1878 for his work entitled La esclava ("The Slave"), and also exhibited his works at the Galería Bosch in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. As can be seen in this exquisite painting, Masriera's technique is characterised by the perfection of the drawing, the careful composition and a colouring full of strength and luminosity, which is particularly evident in the iridescence of the canvases. He stood out for his preciousness full of fantasy, as well as for the freshness of his colours.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Portrait of a Lady". Oil on canvas. It has slight flaws on the pictorial surface.
        Dec. 28, 2022

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Portrait of a Lady". Oil on canvas. It has slight flaws on the pictorial surface.

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Portrait of a Lady. Oil on canvas. It has slight faults on the pictorial surface. Measurements: 83 x 54 cm; 87 x 69 cm (frame). Painter, writer and goldsmith, Francisco Masriera cultivated the genre of the portrait and the orientalist painting, and he is nowadays considered one of the best portrait painters who followed in the wake of Fortuny. The son of the prestigious goldsmith José Masriera Vidal and brother of the painters José and Luis Masriera, Francisco began his artistic training under his father's guidance in the family jewellery workshop and with the painter José Serra Porson. He then travelled to Geneva to learn the technique of enamelling, although he gradually turned to painting, specialising in portraits. Around 1865 he moved to Paris, where he attended Alexandre Cabanel's studio and devoted himself to copying the great masters of the Louvre. He subsequently travelled to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he contributed to the magazine "El Recuerdo". Francisco Masriera took part in the Universal Exhibitions in Paris in 1867, 1878 and 1889, and was awarded a third-class medal at the latter. At the National Fine Arts Exhibition in Madrid in 1878 he was awarded a second medal for the work entitled "La esclava" ("The Slave"), which was finally acquired by King Alfonso XII. He also showed his works at the Bosch gallery in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. His portraits include the one he painted of the Queen Regent Maria Cristina with her son Alfonso XIII in 1888, which currently presides over the Queen Regent's Hall in Barcelona's Casa de la Ciutadella. Close to the group of Spanish painters based in the French capital, including Francisco Miralles, Romà Ribera and Federico de Madrazo, his international reputation was strengthened when he signed a contract with Goupil, the most important art dealer of the day, to sell his work. His paintings are characterised by the perfection of the drawing, the careful composition and a colouring full of strength and luminosity, which is particularly evident in the sunny tones of the canvases. This painter practised a preciousness full of fantasy and decorative sense, in which the freshness of the colour is reminiscent of the gallant painting of Watteau and Fragonard. In his studies, compositions and portraits he focused mainly on the female figure, depicted in sumptuously ornamented settings and adorned with rich dresses, headdresses and orientalist jewellery. Francisco Masriera is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo de San Telmo in San Sebastián, the Museo de Bellas Artes de Álava, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de la Abadía de Montserrat and the Patrimonio Nacional, as well as in various private collections.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Lady", 1900. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
        Dec. 28, 2022

        FRANCESC MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Lady", 1900. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

        Est: €2,400 - €2,800

        FRANCESC MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Lady", 1900. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Size: 32 x 25 cm; 60 x 52 cm (frame). As it can be appreciated in this work, Masriera put special interest in the female figure, deepening in the eroticism and in the emotional strength of his portraits, which he used to represent in sumptuously ornamented environments and adorned with rich dresses, headdresses and jewels. In the present painting we see a young woman lying on a sofa in a prosaic pose. The scene is resolved by the contrasting treatment of the light, the framing close to photography and the austere palette. A painter, writer and goldsmith, Francisco Masriera cultivated the genre of portraiture and Orientalist painting, and is now considered one of the best portraitists who followed in Fortuny's footsteps. The son of the prestigious goldsmith José Masriera Vidal and brother of the painters José and Luis Masriera, Francisco began his artistic training under his father's guidance in the family jewellery workshop and with the painter José Serra Porson. He then travelled to Geneva to learn the technique of enamelling, although he gradually turned to painting, specialising in portraits. Around 1865 he moved to Paris, where he attended Alexandre Cabanel's studio and devoted himself to copying the great masters of the Louvre. He subsequently travelled to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he contributed to the magazine "El Recuerdo". Francisco Masriera took part in the Universal Exhibitions in Paris in 1867, 1878 and 1889, and was awarded a third-class medal at the latter. At the National Fine Arts Exhibition in Madrid in 1878 he was awarded a second medal for the work entitled "La esclava" ("The Slave"), which was finally acquired by King Alfonso XII. He also showed his works at the Bosch gallery in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. His portraits include the one he painted of the Queen Regent Maria Cristina with her son Alfonso XIII in 1888, which currently presides over the Queen Regent's Hall in Barcelona's Casa de la Ciutadella. Close to the group of Spanish painters based in the French capital, including Francisco Miralles, Romà Ribera and Federico de Madrazo, his international reputation was strengthened when he signed a contract with Goupil, the most important art dealer of the day, to sell his work. His paintings are characterised by the perfection of the drawing, the careful composition and a colouring full of strength and luminosity, which is particularly evident in the sunny tones of the canvases. This painter practised a preciousness full of fantasy and decorative sense, in which the freshness of the colour is reminiscent of the gallant painting of Watteau and Fragonard. In his studies, compositions and portraits he focused mainly on the female figure, depicted in sumptuously ornamented settings and adorned with rich dresses, headdresses and orientalist jewellery. Francisco Masriera is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo de San Telmo in San Sebastián, the Museo de Bellas Artes de Álava, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de la Abadía de Montserrat and the Patrimonio Nacional, as well as in various private collections.

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      • ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".
        Dec. 15, 2022

        ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".

        Est: €1,800 - €4,000

        Oil on canvas. Signed. Label of Sala Parés on the back. 55 x 46 cm; 91.5 x 81 cm (frame).

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). "Portrait of a woman". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Oct. 19, 2022

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). "Portrait of a woman". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €5,000 - €6,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). "Portrait of a woman. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right-hand corner. Measurements. 102 x 72 cm; 114 x 86 cm (frame). In this work the artist offers a delicate and courteous image, dominated by the prominence of a young woman. In spite of her facial features, the voluptuousness of her clothes both in form and colour, the lady's gesture is serious and expectant, as if she was trying to read the spectator. This idea is heightened by the slight smile on the young woman's face ... . It is worth noting that the lady is set against an ochre-coloured background with a pattern that is largely reminiscent of the screen in the work the artist dedicated to his wife, which is now in the collection of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. In this painting Masriera manages to capture a fleeting snapshot of the everyday life of the bourgeoisie of the time, an image full of charm and delicacy that captures the viewer's gaze. To do so, he used a realist aesthetic based on the plastic values of neoclassicism; in fact, the work shows a certain influence of the portrait Ingres painted of Mademoiselle Caroline Rivière, in which the sitter wears an ermine fur on her arms, in a manner very similar in composition to the present work. A painter and silversmith, he began his artistic training in the workshop of his father, Josep Masriera Vidal. He then entered the La Lonja School of Fine Arts in Barcelona, where he was influenced by the landscape painter Luis Rigalt, and finally completed his studies in Paris. As a painter he devoted himself to detailed landscapes, usually inspired by the surroundings of San Andrés de Llavaneras, in the province of Barcelona. He took part in exhibitions in Barcelona, Madrid, Saragossa, Munich, Berlin and many other cities. His successive trips to Paris brought him into contact with the different trends in French landscape painting, and he soon achieved success thanks to the works he presented at both the International Exhibition in Paris (third medal) and the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid (third medal in 1878 and 1897) and Barcelona (first medal in 1909). He was an academician of Sciences and Arts (1873) and of the Fine Arts of Sant Jordi, and presided over the Artistic Circle. He published biographies of Catalan artists of the generation before his own, such as Luis Rigalt, Claudio Lorenzale and Francisco Miquel, as well as works on aesthetics such as "Influencia del estilo japonés en las artes europeas" (1885). He is represented in the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña and the Museo del Prado among others, as well as in important international private collections.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). No title. Oil on canvas. It presents chips. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
        Oct. 06, 2022

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). No title. Oil on canvas. It presents chips. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Slightly damaged. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 101 x 65 cm. Painter and silversmith, he began his artistic training in the workshop of his father, Josep Masriera Vidal. Then he entered the School of Fine Arts of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was influenced by the landscape painter Luis Rigalt, to finally complete his studies in Paris. As a painter he devoted himself to detailed landscapes, usually inspired by the surroundings of San Andrés de Llavaneras, in the province of Barcelona. He took part in exhibitions in Barcelona, Madrid, Saragossa, Munich, Berlin and many other cities. His successive trips to Paris brought him into contact with the different trends in French landscape painting, and he soon achieved success thanks to the works he presented at both the International Exhibition in Paris (third medal) and the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid (third medal in 1878 and 1897) and Barcelona (first medal in 1909). He was an academician of Sciences and Arts (1873) and of the Fine Arts of Sant Jordi, and presided over the Artistic Circle. He published biographies of Catalan artists of the generation before his own, such as Luis Rigalt, Claudio Lorenzale and Francisco Miquel, as well as works on aesthetics such as "Influencia del estilo japonés en las artes europeas" (1885). He is represented in the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña and the Museo del Prado among others, as well as in important international private collections.

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      • ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".
        Sep. 22, 2022

        ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "WOMAN WEARING A KIMONO".

        Est: €2,500 - €5,000

        Oil on canvas. Signed. Label of Sala Parés on the back. 55 x 46 cm; 91.5 x 81 cm (frame).

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Lady at the Masked Ball, 1899. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Period frame, in carved and gilded wood.
        Sep. 22, 2022

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Lady at the Masked Ball, 1899. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Period frame, in carved and gilded wood.

        Est: €8,000 - €9,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842 - 1902). "Lady at the Masked Ball, 1899. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Period frame, in carved and gilded wood. Measurements: 60 x 42 cm; 87 x 68 cm (frame). Francisco Masriera practised a preciousness full of fantasy and sensuality, with a chromatic freshness that seems to update the legacy of the gallant painting of Watteau and Fragonard. He excelled in female portraiture, as is evident in this painting of a young woman captured in a jovial, uninhibited expression. Her pink satin dress adorned with a tulle neckline, together with the velvet gloves and pleated cap, suggest a festive atmosphere, which is emphasised by the black mask on her skirt. Here we can see the perfection of a drawing that is subjected to a luminous colouring, rich in sunny tones. A painter, writer and goldsmith, Francisco Masriera cultivated the genre of portraiture and orientalist painting, and is now considered one of the best portraitists who followed in Fortuny's footsteps. The son of the prestigious goldsmith José Masriera Vidal and brother of the painters José and Luis Masriera, Francisco began his artistic training under his father's guidance in the family jewellery workshop and with the painter José Serra Porson. He then travelled to Geneva to learn the technique of enamelling, although he gradually turned to painting, specialising in portraits. Around 1865 he moved to Paris, where he attended Alexandre Cabanel's studio and devoted himself to copying the great masters of the Louvre. He subsequently travelled to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he contributed to the magazine "El Recuerdo". Francisco Masriera took part in the Universal Exhibitions in Paris in 1867, 1878 and 1889, and was awarded a third-class medal at the latter. At the National Fine Arts Exhibition in Madrid in 1878 he was awarded a second medal for the work entitled "La esclava" ("The Slave"), which was finally acquired by King Alfonso XII. He also showed his works at the Bosch gallery in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. His portraits include the one he painted of the Queen Regent Maria Cristina with her son Alfonso XIII in 1888, which currently presides over the Queen Regent's Hall in Barcelona's Casa de la Ciutadella. Close to the group of Spanish painters living in the French capital, including Francisco Miralles, Romà Ribera and Federico de Madrazo, his international reputation was strengthened when he signed a contract with Goupil, the most important art dealer of the day, to sell his work. Francisco Masriera is represented in the Museo del Prado, the Museo de San Telmo in San Sebastián, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Álava, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña, the Museo de la Abadía de Montserrat and the Patrimonio Nacional, as well as in various private collections.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). No title. Oil on canvas. It presents chips. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.
        Aug. 31, 2022

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). No title. Oil on canvas. It presents chips. Signed and dated in the lower right corner.

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Slightly damaged. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 101 x 65 cm. Painter and silversmith, he began his artistic training in the workshop of his father, Josep Masriera Vidal. Then he entered the School of Fine Arts of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he was influenced by the landscape painter Luis Rigalt, to finally complete his studies in Paris. As a painter he devoted himself to detailed landscapes, usually inspired by the surroundings of San Andrés de Llavaneras, in the province of Barcelona. He took part in exhibitions in Barcelona, Madrid, Saragossa, Munich, Berlin and many other cities. His successive trips to Paris brought him into contact with the different trends in French landscape painting, and he soon achieved success thanks to the works he presented at both the International Exhibition in Paris (third medal) and the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid (third medal in 1878 and 1897) and Barcelona (first medal in 1909). He was an academician of Sciences and Arts (1873) and of the Fine Arts of Sant Jordi, and presided over the Artistic Circle. He published biographies of Catalan artists of the generation before his own, such as Luis Rigalt, Claudio Lorenzale and Francisco Miquel, as well as works on aesthetics such as "Influencia del estilo japonés en las artes europeas" (1885). He is represented in the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña and the Museo del Prado among others, as well as in important international private collections.

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      • A Woman Lying on a Couch | Femme alanguie
        Jun. 14, 2022

        A Woman Lying on a Couch | Femme alanguie

        Est: €20,000 - €30,000

        Francisco Masriera Barcelone 1842 - 1902 A Woman Lying on a Couch Signed and dated lower left F. Masriera / 1900. Oil on canvas 80,4 x 141 cm ; 31⅝ by 55½ in. ____________________________________________ Francisco Masriera Barcelone 1842 - 1902 Femme alanguie Signé et daté en bas à gauche F. Masriera / 1900. Huile sur toile 80,4 x 141 cm ; 31⅝ by 55½ in. Bid on Sotheby's

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      • Francesc Masriera and Manovens. Gypsy Girl
        Apr. 27, 2022

        Francesc Masriera and Manovens. Gypsy Girl

        Est: -

        Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper right corner (1897).

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Classic scene". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right area.
        Apr. 19, 2022

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Classic scene". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right area.

        Est: €12,000 - €13,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Classical Scene". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right area. Size: 66 x 96 cm; 95 x 124 cm (frame). As it can be appreciated in this work, Masriera put special interest in the female figure, deepening in the eroticism and in the emotional strength of his portraits, which he used to represent in sumptuously ornamented environments and dressed with rich dresses, headdresses and jewels. The present painting depicts a classical interior that is rigorously documented in terms of architecture, clothing and furnishings. The scene, clearly inspired by Pompeii, presents a marine view whose landscape can be directly related to the beach of Meta in Sorrento. A Spanish painter, writer and goldsmith, he is considered one of the best Catalan portraitists, following in the footsteps of Fortuny. He began his training in the jewellery workshop of his father José María Masriera and in that of José Serra y Porson. Always concerned with improving and exploring new horizons, he refined his technique after travelling to Geneva, where he learned the enamelling process, which would become one of the main hallmarks of his goldsmith designs. As for his work as a painter, it is recorded that he travelled to Paris for the first time in 1865, where he visited Cabanel's studio. He visited the French capital, the epicentre of the artistic modernity of the time, on several occasions, where he acquired first-hand the rapid brushstrokes, luminosity and vivid chromaticism of the early Impressionists, traits that can be seen in this magnificent painting. As can also be seen in the work presented here, Masriera had the ability to combine the freshness of the new plastic trends emerging in Paris at the time with the long neoclassical tradition marked by the Academy: a painstaking dedication to drawing, attention to composition and the rigorous study of the old masters. In fact, there is evidence that at the Louvre he devoted himself to copying the main works in order to acquire the mastery of the classics, and in Paris he took part in the Universal Exhibitions of 1867, 1878 and 1889. There is also evidence of his trips to Rome, where he began to paint Orientalist canvases. As a writer and columnist he contributed to the magazine El Recuerdo. In Spain he was awarded the second medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1878 for his work entitled La esclava ("The Slave"), and also exhibited his works at the Galería Bosch in Madrid in 1882 and at the Sala Parés in Barcelona in 1889. As can be seen in this exquisite painting, Masriera's technique is characterised by the perfection of the drawing, the careful composition and a colouring full of strength and luminosity, which is particularly evident in the iridescence of the canvases. He stood out for his fantasy-filled preciousness, as well as for the freshness of his colours.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA. A girl.
        Mar. 10, 2022

        FRANCESC MASRIERA. A girl.

        Est: €1,200 - €1,400

        Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1899 63x49 cm.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "FEMALE FIGURE WITH A FAN".
        Dec. 16, 2021

        FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "FEMALE FIGURE WITH A FAN".

        Est: €500 - €1,200

        Oil on canvas. Signed. 35 x 31 cm; 63 x 55 cm (frame).

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA. "En presència del Senyor" (sketch).
        Oct. 28, 2021

        FRANCESC MASRIERA. "En presència del Senyor" (sketch).

        Est: €6,000 - €6,500

        Oil on canvas stuck to cardboard Signed. Literature: "Christie's. 19th Century Continental Pictures, Watercolours and Master Drawings", London, Christie's, 21-11-1996, p. 247, lot #240 42x31.7 cm.

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      • Francisco Masriera y Manovens (Spanish, 1842-1902) Odalisque
        Oct. 20, 2021

        Francisco Masriera y Manovens (Spanish, 1842-1902) Odalisque

        Est: £8,000 - £12,000

        Francisco Masriera y Manovens (Spanish, 1842-1902) Odalisque signed and dated 'F. Masriera/1896' (lower left) oil on canvas 52.5 x 71.5cm (20 11/16 x 28 1/8in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

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      • Francisco MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (1842-1902) "Retrato de anciana" óleo sobre lienzo 71x53 cm.
        Oct. 05, 2021

        Francisco MASRIERA Y MANOVENS (1842-1902) "Retrato de anciana" óleo sobre lienzo 71x53 cm.

        Est: -

        Francisco Masriera y Manovens (1842-1902) "Portrait of elderly" Oil on canvas 71x53 cm.

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      • FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). Untitled. Oil on canvas.
        Jul. 15, 2021

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). Untitled. Oil on canvas.

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        FRANCISCO MASRIERA MANOVENS (Barcelona, 1841 - 1912). Untitled. Oil on canvas. It has slight damage. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measures: 101 x 65 cm. Painter and silversmith, he begins his artistic formation in the workshop of his father, Josep Masriera Vidal. Then he enters the School of Fine Arts of La Lonja in Barcelona, where he receives the influence of the landscape painter Luis Rigalt, to finally complete his studies in Paris. As a painter he dedicated himself to detailed landscapes, usually inspired by the surroundings of San Andrés de Llavaneras, in the province of Barcelona. He participated in exhibitions in Barcelona, Madrid, Zaragoza, Munich, Berlin and many other cities. His successive trips to Paris brought him into contact with the different trends in French landscape painting, and he soon achieved success thanks to the works he presented at the International Exhibition in Paris (third medal) and at the National Fine Arts Exhibitions in Madrid (third medal in 1878 and 1897) and in Barcelona (first medal in 1909). He was an academician of Sciences and Arts (1873) and of the Fine Arts of Sant Jordi, and presided over the Artistic Circle. He published biographies of Catalan artists of the generation before his own, such as Luis Rigalt, Claudio Lorenzale and Francisco Miquel, as well as works on aesthetics such as "Influencia del estilo japonés en las artes europeas" (1885). He is represented in the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña and the Museo del Prado among others, as well as in important international private collections.

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      • Francesc Masriera
        Nov. 09, 2019

        Francesc Masriera

        Est: -

        Francesc Masriera (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Dama sentada" (1881), óleo sobre tabla, 46x38 cm.

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      • Francesc Masriera
        Oct. 24, 2019

        Francesc Masriera

        Est: -

        Francesc Masriera (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Dama sentada" (1881), óleo sobre tabla, 46x38 cm.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "LITTLE BIRDS", 188
        Jun. 20, 2019

        FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). "LITTLE BIRDS", 188

        Est: €200 - €260

        FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902). Fan leaf oil painted by F. Masriera in 1887. 34 x 64 cm.; 45 x 76 cm.

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      • Francesc Masriera
        Jun. 01, 2019

        Francesc Masriera

        Est: -

        Francesc Masriera (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Joven", óleo sobre tabla, 41,5x32,5 cm.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA. A girl.
        May. 29, 2019

        FRANCESC MASRIERA. A girl.

        Est: €3,500 - €3,800

        Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1897. On the back, stamp of the manufacturer of the support, the Texidor house in Barcelona. With frame in carved and gilt wood 81x65.5 cm.

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      • Francesc Masriera
        May. 16, 2019

        Francesc Masriera

        Est: -

        Francesc Masriera (Barcelona, 1842-1902). "Joven", óleo sobre tabla, 41,5x32,5 cm.

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA. Attributed to. Lady in an interior.
        Mar. 14, 2019

        FRANCESC MASRIERA. Attributed to. Lady in an interior.

        Est: €2,000 - €2,500

        Oil on canvas 75x51.5 cm.

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      • Francesc Masriera, A girl, Oil on canvas
        Dec. 19, 2018

        Francesc Masriera, A girl, Oil on canvas

        Est: €1,000 - €1,200

        Francesc Masriera Barcelona 1842 - 1902 A girl Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1897 45.1x35.1 cm

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      • Francesc Masriera, A girl, Oil on wood
        Dec. 19, 2018

        Francesc Masriera, A girl, Oil on wood

        Est: €4,000 - €6,000

        Francesc Masriera Barcelona 1842 - 1902 A girl Oil on wood Signed and dated 1881 46x37.1 cm

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      • FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902)
        Oct. 04, 2018

        FRANCESC MASRIERA I MANOVENS (1842-1902)

        Est: €4,450 - €5,790

        Una joven. Óleo sobre tabla. Firmado y fechado en 1869. 34x21 cms

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