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    • Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Self-portrait from the back"
      May. 29, 2024

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Self-portrait from the back"

      Est: €1,800 - €2,000

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Self-portrait from the back" Oil on canvas Signed 64 x 49 cm 1.800 - 2.000 €

      Greco Subastas
    • Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Cart in a Galician village"
      May. 29, 2024

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Cart in a Galician village"

      Est: €1,500 - €1,800

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Cart in a Galician village" Oil on canvas Signed 50 x 66 cm 1.500 - 1.800 €

      Greco Subastas
    • Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Galician Street"
      Dec. 14, 2023

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Galician Street"

      Est: €1,800 - €2,000

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Galician Street" Oil on canvas Signed 59 x 79 cm 1.800 - 2.000 €

      Greco Subastas
    • Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Village of Galicia"
      Oct. 18, 2023

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Village of Galicia"

      Est: €2,000 - €2,500

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Village of Galicia" Oil on cardboard Signed 44 x 36 cm 2.000 - 2.500 €

      Greco Subastas
    • Julia Minguillón ( Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965 ) "Nude"
      May. 18, 2023

      Julia Minguillón ( Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965 ) "Nude"

      Est: €600 - €700

      Julia Minguillón ( Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965 ) "Nude" Oil on canvas 600 - 700 €

      Greco Subastas
    • Julia Minguillón ( Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965 ) "Children on the Beach"
      May. 18, 2023

      Julia Minguillón ( Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965 ) "Children on the Beach"

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      Julia Minguillón ( Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965 ) "Children on the Beach" Oil on canvas 40 x 60 cm 1.500 - 2.000 €

      Greco Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). "Still life". Oil on canvas. It presents slight restorations. Signed in the lower left corner.
      Apr. 24, 2023

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). "Still life". Oil on canvas. It presents slight restorations. Signed in the lower left corner.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,500

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 - Madrid, 1965). "Still life". Oil on canvas. It has slight restorations. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 100 x 100 cm. Being one of the most relevant referents of the Galician painting, Julia Minguillón, achieved a great recognition for her works in which she used to reflect the landscape and of course the human figure. Less well known in her artistic production are the still lifes of the artist, where the lyricism that characterised her painting also stands out. In this particular case, the artist follows the tradition of the still-life school, arranging the elements on a sober wooden table. However, in this case the perspective with which the scene is conceived allows the view of the table to be enlarged and gives it a large depth of field. Julia Minguillón began her artistic training at the age of eleven under the guidance of the painter Castro Cires in Valladolid. She later completed her studies in Madrid, first at the School of Arts and Crafts and later at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, finally graduating in 1932 as a teacher of drawing and painting. During these years of apprenticeship she was taught by Manuel Benedito, Cecilio Pla, Joaquín Valverde, Ignacio Pinazo and Eduardo Chicharro. Minguillón developed a personal style halfway between postmodernism and naturalism, and painted both landscapes and genre scenes, the latter brimming with a naive lyricism full of sensitivity that would mark later Galician painting. He became known through the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts, and in 1941 he was awarded a gold medal for "Escuela de Doloriñas" (Museo del Prado, on deposit at the Provincial Museum of Lugo). This work perfectly exemplifies Minguillón's style which, according to M.V. Carballo-Calero, is characterised by a tendency towards primitivism, which generally led him to paint on panel rather than on canvas, and by a schematic style with post-Cubist touches in its composition. She also took part in the most important international competitions, as well as in various group exhibitions. In 1948 she was awarded the Grand Prize for Fine Arts, and a year later she moved to Galicia, where she was appointed a corresponding member of the Galician Royal Academy. After a trip to America, in 1961 she settled permanently in Madrid, where she died four years later. She is currently mainly represented in the Provincial Museum of Lugo, although her works also form part of other collections such as the Nova Caixa Galicia, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid and numerous museums in Galicia, the rest of Spain and abroad.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Anatomical study of a woman"
      Mar. 23, 2023

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Anatomical study of a woman"

      Est: €1,500 - €1,800

      Julia Minguillón (Lugo, 1906 - Madrid, 1965) "Anatomical study of a woman" Oil on canvas Signed 64 x 54 cm 1.500 - 1.800 €

      Greco Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). “Children at school”. Oil on canvas. Presents restorations. Signed in the lower right area.
      Jul. 13, 2022

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). “Children at school”. Oil on canvas. Presents restorations. Signed in the lower right area.

      Est: €3,000 - €4,000

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 - Madrid, 1965). "Children at school". Oil on canvas. Presents restorations. Signed in the right inferior zone. Measurements: 60 x 51 cm. Julia Minguillón began her artistic training at the age of eleven with the painter Castro Cires in Valladolid. She later completed her studies in Madrid, first at the School of Arts and Crafts and later at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, finally graduating in 1932 as a teacher of drawing and painting. During these years of apprenticeship she was taught by Manuel Benedito, Cecilio Pla, Joaquín Valverde, Ignacio Pinazo and Eduardo Chicharro. Minguillón developed a personal style halfway between postmodernism and naturalism, and painted both landscapes and genre scenes, the latter brimming with a naive lyricism full of sensitivity that would mark later Galician painting. He became known through the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts, and in 1941 he was awarded a gold medal for "Escuela de Doloriñas" (Museo del Prado, on deposit at the Provincial Museum of Lugo). This work perfectly exemplifies Minguillón's style which, according to M.V. Carballo-Calero, is characterised by a tendency towards primitivism, which generally led him to paint on panel rather than on canvas, and by a schematic style with post-Cubist touches in its composition. This painter also took part in the most important international competitions, as well as in various group exhibitions. In 1948 she was awarded the Grand Prize for Fine Arts, and a year later she moved to Galicia, where she was appointed a corresponding member of the Galician Royal Academy. After a trip to America, in 1961 she settled permanently in Madrid, where she died four years later. She is currently mainly represented in the Provincial Museum of Lugo, although her works also form part of other collections such as the Nova Caixa Galicia, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid and numerous museums in Galicia, the rest of Spain and abroad.

      Setdart Auction House
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). No title. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner.
      Jul. 13, 2022

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). No title. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner.

      Est: €2,000 - €2,500

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907 - Madrid, 1965). Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 70 x 50 cm; 84 x 63 cm (frame). Minguillón's work achieved great fame, being his scenes of infants the most popular ones. For this reason this piece stands out for the singularity of the subject matter in which two women can be seen; one fully dressed facing the viewer and the other with her back to the viewer naked. We only see the face of one of the protagonists, in such a way that the author suggests a game of identity that does not speak of specific characters, but rather alludes to women and their duality in post-war Spanish society, marked by strong masculine values. Julia Minguillón began her artistic training at the age of eleven with the painter Castro Cires in Valladolid. She later completed her studies in Madrid, first at the School of Arts and Crafts and later at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, finally graduating in 1932 as a teacher of drawing and painting. During these years of apprenticeship she was taught by Manuel Benedito, Cecilio Pla, Joaquín Valverde, Ignacio Pinazo and Eduardo Chicharro. Minguillón developed a personal style halfway between postmodernism and naturalism, and painted both landscapes and genre scenes, the latter brimming with a naive lyricism full of sensitivity that would mark later Galician painting. This can be seen in this scene: a circus troupe resting in the middle of a wooded landscape. He became known through the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts, and in 1941 he was awarded a gold medal for "Escuela de Doloriñas" (Museo del Prado, on deposit at the Provincial Museum of Lugo). This work perfectly exemplifies Minguillón's style which, according to M.V. Carballo-Calero, is characterised by a tendency towards primitivism, which generally led him to paint on panel rather than on canvas, and by a schematic style with post-Cubist touches in its composition. This painter also took part in the most important international competitions, as well as in various group exhibitions. In 1948 she was awarded the Grand Prize for Fine Arts, and a year later she moved to Galicia, where she was appointed a corresponding member of the Galician Royal Academy. After a trip to America, in 1961 she settled permanently in Madrid, where she died four years later. She is currently mainly represented in the Provincial Museum of Lugo, although her works also form part of other collections such as the Nova Caixa Galicia, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid and numerous museums in Galicia, the rest of Spain and abroad.

      Setdart Auction House
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). "Still life". Oil on canvas. It presents slight restorations. Signed in the lower left corner.
      May. 11, 2022

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). "Still life". Oil on canvas. It presents slight restorations. Signed in the lower left corner.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,500

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 - Madrid, 1965). "Still life". Oil on canvas. It has slight restorations. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 100 x 100 cm. Being one of the most relevant referents of the Galician painting, Julia Minguillón, achieved a great recognition for her works in which she used to reflect the landscape and of course the human figure. Less well known in her artistic production are the still lifes of the artist, where the lyricism that characterised her painting also stands out. In this particular case, the artist follows the tradition of the still-life school, arranging the elements on a sober wooden table. However, in this case the perspective with which the scene is conceived allows the view of the table to be enlarged and gives it a large depth of field. Julia Minguillón began her artistic training at the age of eleven under the guidance of the painter Castro Cires in Valladolid. She later completed her studies in Madrid, first at the School of Arts and Crafts and later at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, finally graduating in 1932 as a teacher of drawing and painting. During these years of apprenticeship she was taught by Manuel Benedito, Cecilio Pla, Joaquín Valverde, Ignacio Pinazo and Eduardo Chicharro. Minguillón developed a personal style halfway between postmodernism and naturalism, and painted both landscapes and genre scenes, the latter brimming with a naive lyricism full of sensitivity that would mark later Galician painting. He became known through the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts, and in 1941 he was awarded a gold medal for "Escuela de Doloriñas" (Museo del Prado, on deposit at the Provincial Museum of Lugo). This work perfectly exemplifies Minguillón's style which, according to M.V. Carballo-Calero, is characterised by a tendency towards primitivism, which generally led him to paint on panel rather than on canvas, and by a schematic style with post-Cubist touches in its composition. She also took part in the most important international competitions, as well as in various group exhibitions. In 1948 she was awarded the Grand Prize for Fine Arts, and a year later she moved to Galicia, where she was appointed a corresponding member of the Galician Royal Academy. After a trip to America, in 1961 she settled permanently in Madrid, where she died four years later. She is currently mainly represented in the Provincial Museum of Lugo, although her works also form part of other collections such as the Nova Caixa Galicia, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid and numerous museums in Galicia, the rest of Spain and abroad.

      Setdart Auction House
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). "Landscape". Oil on board. Signed in the lower right corner.
      Mar. 15, 2022

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 – Madrid, 1965). "Landscape". Oil on board. Signed in the lower right corner.

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN IGLESIAS (Lugo, 1907 - Madrid, 1965). "Landscape". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 70 x 48 cm; 82 x 58 cm (frame). Julia Minguillón began her artistic training at the age of eleven with the painter Castro Cires in Valladolid. She later completed her studies in Madrid, first at the School of Arts and Crafts and later at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, finally graduating in 1932 as a teacher of drawing and painting. During these years of apprenticeship she was taught by Manuel Benedito, Cecilio Pla, Joaquín Valverde, Ignacio Pinazo and Eduardo Chicharro. Minguillón developed a personal style halfway between postmodernism and naturalism, and painted both landscapes and genre scenes, the latter brimming with a naive lyricism full of sensitivity that would mark later Galician painting. He became known through the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts, and in 1941 he was awarded a gold medal for "Escuela de Doloriñas" (Museo del Prado, on deposit at the Provincial Museum of Lugo). This work perfectly exemplifies Minguillón's style which, according to M.V. Carballo-Calero, is characterised by a tendency towards primitivism, which generally led him to paint on panel rather than on canvas, and by a schematic style with post-Cubist touches in its composition. She also took part in the most important international competitions, as well as in various group exhibitions. In 1948 she was awarded the Grand Prize for Fine Arts, and a year later she moved to Galicia, where she was appointed a corresponding member of the Galician Royal Academy. After a trip to America, in 1961 she settled permanently in Madrid, where she died four years later. She is currently mainly represented in the Provincial Museum of Lugo, although her works also form part of other collections such as the Nova Caixa Galicia, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid and numerous museums in Galicia, the rest of Spain and abroad.

      Setdart Auction House
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN - City Street
      Dec. 14, 2021

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN - City Street

      Est: €350 - €700

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN Lugo 1907-Madrid 1965 City street Oil on canvas Backside signed size 44 x 54 cm

      Subastas Segre
    • Julia Minguillón. Still life
      Jul. 21, 2021

      Julia Minguillón. Still life

      Est: -

      Óleo sobre tabla. Firmado en el ángulo inferior izquierdo.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN Lugo 1907-Madrid 1965
      Dec. 15, 2020

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN Lugo 1907-Madrid 1965

      Est: -

      Fruit still life Oil on panel Signed Size 44 x 52 cm

      Subastas Segre
    • FRANCISCO TORRESCASSANNA Barcelona 1845-1918
      Dec. 15, 2020

      FRANCISCO TORRESCASSANNA Barcelona 1845-1918

      Est: -

      Planter Oil on panel Signed Size 63 x 52 cm

      Subastas Segre
    • Julia Minguillon (1907-1965) Oil On Canvas Board
      Aug. 24, 2019

      Julia Minguillon (1907-1965) Oil On Canvas Board

      Est: -

      Man & Woman Portrait. Signed In The Lower Right Corner. Used Condition. Each Frame Measures Approximately 25in X 19in. Art Measures Approximately 24in X 18in. Nr8209

      EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
    • SPANISH SCHOOL «Niño». Oil on canvas
      Apr. 26, 2017

      SPANISH SCHOOL «Niño». Oil on canvas

      Est: -

      ESCUELA ESPAÑOLA, S. XX Lleva firma de JULIA MINGUILLON IGLESIAS (1906 - 1965). Niño Óleo sobre lienzo 78 x 63 cm

      Isbilya Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLON IGLESIAS
      Jun. 23, 2016

      JULIA MINGUILLON IGLESIAS

      Est: -

      JULIA MINGUILLON IGLESIAS 1906Lugo - 1965 Madrid Pueblo de montaña Óleo sobre tabla Firmado. 36,5 x 46 cm

      Isbilya Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907 - Madrid, 1965) Girl with a bucket
      Apr. 27, 2016

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907 - Madrid, 1965) Girl with a bucket

      Est: -

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907-Madrid, 1965) Niña con cubo Óleo sobre lienzo de 78 x 63 cm. Firmado.

      Sala Retiro Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - El estudio de las pintoras [JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - El estudio de las pintoras]
      Feb. 24, 2016

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - El estudio de las pintoras [JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - El estudio de las pintoras]

      Est: -

      Óleo sobre lienzo de 50 x 61 cm. Firmado.

      Sala Retiro Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Niños [JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Niños]
      Feb. 24, 2016

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Niños [JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Niños]

      Est: -

      Óleo sobre lienzo de 59 x 44 cm. Firmado.

      Sala Retiro Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Paisaje con pintor y su modelo
      Dec. 16, 2015

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Paisaje con pintor y su modelo

      Est: -

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Paisaje con pintor y su modelo JULIA MINGUILLN (Lugo,1907-Madrid,1965) - Paisaje con pintor y su modelo Oleo sobre tblex de 50 x 34 cm. Firmado.

      Sala Retiro Subastas
    • JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907-Madrid, 1965) - Beach huts
      Oct. 07, 2015

      JULIA MINGUILLÓN (Lugo, 1907-Madrid, 1965) - Beach huts

      Est: -

      Oleo sobre tÌÁblex de 32 x 47 cm. Firmado

      Sala Retiro Subastas
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