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Historical-scenes painter, Portrait painter, b. 1849 - d. 1916

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      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). “Farmhouse with characters.” Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Nov. 09, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). “Farmhouse with characters.” Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €9,000 - €10,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). Alquería con personajes" ("Farmhouse with Characters"). Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 14 x 23 cm; 32 x 39.50 cm (frame). Born in the bosom of a humble family, Pinazo was forced from very young to contribute with different occupations to the support of his home. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). “A street in Godella", 1890. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. With label from the Velázquez Palace Exhibition in Madrid.
        Nov. 09, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). “A street in Godella", 1890. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. With label from the Velázquez Palace Exhibition in Madrid.

        Est: €9,000 - €10,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "A street in Godella, 1890. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. With label of the Exhibition of the Palace of Velázquez in Madrid. Measurements: 23.50 x 32 cm; 33 x 42.50 cm (frame). In this scene Pinazo shows his great virtuosity with the brush. Combining fleeting touches with longer brushstrokes, which are arranged either horizontally or vertically, the author builds his composition on the basis of this technical game, conditioned by the use of colour. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the support of his household through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, and was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

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      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). “Paseando en barca". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Nov. 09, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). “Paseando en barca". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €5,000 - €6,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Strolling in a Boat". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 10 x 18 cm; 27.50 x 35.50 cm (frame). Born in the bosom of a humble family, Pinazo was forced from a very young age to contribute with different occupations to the support of his home. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Forest". Oil on table. Signed in the lower left corner.
        Nov. 09, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Forest". Oil on table. Signed in the lower left corner.

        Est: €2,400 - €2,600

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Forest". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 23.5 x 14.5 cm; 36.5 x 26.5 cm (frame). In this scene Pinazo shows his great virtuosity with the brush. Combining fleeting touches with longer brushstrokes, which are arranged either horizontally or vertically, the author builds his composition on the basis of this technical game, conditioned by the use of colour. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the upkeep of his household through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, and was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916) "Portrait of a child", 1889
        Oct. 03, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916) "Portrait of a child", 1889

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the upper right corner. Measurements: 36.5 x 28.5 cm.

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO - Altar boy
        Sep. 19, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO - Altar boy

        Est: -

        IGNACIO PINAZO Valencia 1849 - Godella 1910 Altar boy Pencil drawing on paper Signed Size 225 x 170 mm

        Subastas Segre
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Forest". Oil on table. Signed in the lower left corner.
        Jul. 26, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Forest". Oil on table. Signed in the lower left corner.

        Est: €2,400 - €2,600

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Forest". Oil on panel. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 23.5 x 14.5 cm; 36.5 x 26.5 cm (frame). In this scene Pinazo shows his great virtuosity with the brush. Combining fleeting touches with longer brushstrokes, which are arranged either horizontally or vertically, the author builds his composition on the basis of this technical game, conditioned by the use of colour. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the upkeep of his household through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, and was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Apunte de figuras
        Jul. 13, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Apunte de figuras

        Est: -

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1840- Godella, Valencia, 1916) "Apunte de figuras" Lápiz sobre papel 7 x 12 cm Firmado: I. Pinazo

        Arte Subastas Bilbao
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Franciscanos de Jerusalén
        Jul. 13, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Franciscanos de Jerusalén

        Est: -

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1840- Godella, Valencia, 1916) "Franciscanos de Jerusalén" Lápiz sobre papel 17 x 24 cm Firmado: I. Pinazo

        Arte Subastas Bilbao
      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Carnival at Paris
        May. 30, 2023

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Carnival at Paris

        Est: -

        Oil on table. Signed in the lower left corner.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). 'Study of a man's head', 1881
        Mar. 28, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). 'Study of a man's head', 1881

        Est: €1,200 - €1,600

        Oil on canvas.. Signed and dated in the lower right corner "I. Pinazo/1881" .

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Male portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Mar. 13, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Male portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €1,600 - €1,800

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Male portrait. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 50 x 43 cm, 57.5 x 51 cm (frame). Born in the bosom of a humble family, Pinazo was forced from very young to contribute with different occupations to the support of his home. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). Albaes, 1887. Oil on table. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. It presents added bands on the sides. It presents crackling.
        Feb. 14, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). Albaes, 1887. Oil on table. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. It presents added bands on the sides. It presents crackling.

        Est: €3,400 - €3,600

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Albaes", 1887. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. It has bands added on the sides. It has craquelure. With original label of the Gallery of Art and Auctions, Valencia. Measurements: 20 x 31 cm; 38 x 48.5 cm (frame). Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from a very young age to contribute to the support of his household with different occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

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      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on board. Signed and dated in the upper left corner.
        Jan. 25, 2023

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on board. Signed and dated in the upper left corner.

        Est: €7,000 - €8,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. Measurements: 11 x 18 cm. Painting of the most splendid work of Pinazo, between his two trips to Rome, where he already had a very refined mastery of the brushstroke and the light. The artist's most sought-after period. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the support of his household through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

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      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. naked
        Dec. 28, 2022

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. naked

        Est: -

        Oil on canvas. Signed and dated (1895) in the lower left corner.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • Desnudo académico de joven
        Dec. 19, 2022

        Desnudo académico de joven

        Est: -

        Firmado y fechado en el ángulo superior izquierdo: "I. Pinazo / 1874". Presenta desperfectos.

        Isbilya Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, 1916) "Girl with ribbon"
        Dec. 19, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, 1916) "Girl with ribbon"

        Est: €1,500 - €2,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, 1916) "Girl with ribbon" Patinated bronze figure, Signed 23 cm figure / 39 cm 1.500 - 2.000 €

        Bayeu Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916) "Vatican Swiss Guard", 1877
        Nov. 02, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916) "Vatican Swiss Guard", 1877

        Est: €1,050 - €1,400

        Oil on panel. Signed, dated and located in Rome at the bottom left. Signed and dated in pencil on the back. Measurements: 16.5 x 10 cm.

        Ansorena
      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Lady with a hat
        Oct. 25, 2022

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Lady with a hat

        Est: -

        Oil on board. Signed in the lower left corner.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Young valencian lady
        Oct. 25, 2022

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Young valencian lady

        Est: -

        Oil on board. Signed in the upper right corner.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Figure sketches
        Oct. 25, 2022

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Figure sketches

        Est: -

        Drawing on paper. Signed and dated (1901) in the lower right corner. Provenance: work given to the art critic AM Campoy by the artist Genaro Lahuerta.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on board. Signed and dated in the upper left corner.
        Oct. 06, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 – Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on board. Signed and dated in the upper left corner.

        Est: €7,000 - €8,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. Measurements: 11 x 18 cm. Painting of the most splendid work of Pinazo, between his two trips to Rome, where he already had a very refined mastery of the brushstroke and the light. The artist's most sought-after period. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the support of his household through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

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      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Male nude
        Sep. 28, 2022

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Male nude

        Est: -

        Drawing on paper. Signed and dated (1890) in the lower right corner.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Soldier of the Third of Flanders" c. 1876 .
        May. 10, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Soldier of the Third of Flanders" c. 1876 .

        Est: €1,200 - €1,600

        Oil on canvas. Signed on the right side "I. Pinazo". .68 x 47,5 cm.

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916) "Study for a Monk in a Robe".
        May. 10, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916) "Study for a Monk in a Robe".

        Est: €1,200 - €1,600

        Oil on canvas Signed in the lower left corner "I. Pinazo" signed in the lower left corner.46 x 35 cm

        Ansorena
      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Portrait of a girl
        Apr. 27, 2022

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench. Portrait of a girl

        Est: -

        Oil on board. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Male figure", 1893. 20 x 13 cm.
        Apr. 05, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Male figure", 1893. 20 x 13 cm.

        Est: €4,200 - €5,600

        Signed and dated in the lower right-hand corner Oil on panel. 20 x 13 cm

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Children and goats", 1901. 55 x 46 cm.
        Apr. 05, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Children and goats", 1901. 55 x 46 cm.

        Est: €12,750 - €17,000

        Signed and dated in the lower right corner. On the back, label of the exhibition: "El intimismo en la pintura española, siglos XIX y XX" (Intimism in Spanish painting, 19th and 20th centuries). Quito Peru, May - June, 1980 and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, June - July, 1980. Oil on canvas. 55 x 46 cm

        Ansorena
      • DESNUDO ACADÉMICO DE JOVEN
        Mar. 09, 2022

        DESNUDO ACADÉMICO DE JOVEN

        Est: -

        Firmado y fechado en el ángulo superior izquierdo: "I. Pinazo / 1874". Presenta desperfectos.

        Isbilya Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Coastal landscape".
        Mar. 02, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH. Valencia (1849) / Godella (Valencia) (1916). "Coastal landscape".

        Est: €2,700 - €5,400

        12,8 x 19,8 cm. Oil on panel. With certificate of the Casa Museo Pinazo.

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO - Soldier of the Third of Flanders
        Feb. 08, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO - Soldier of the Third of Flanders

        Est: €1,000 - €2,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO Valencia 1849 - Godella 1910 Soldier of the Third of Flanders Oil on panel Signed in Rome Size 40 x 19.5 cm

        Subastas Segre
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (1849 / 1916) "Study of a Man's Head with a Red Cap", 1881
        Jan. 26, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (1849 / 1916) "Study of a Man's Head with a Red Cap", 1881

        Est: €2,100 - €2,800

        Signed and dated "I. Pinazo/1881" in the lower right corner. Pinazo/1881". . 51 x 40 cm.. Oil on canvas

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (1849 / 1916) "Study of a Man's Head", 1881
        Jan. 26, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (1849 / 1916) "Study of a Man's Head", 1881

        Est: €2,100 - €2,800

        Signed and dated "I. Pinazo/1881" in the lower right corner. Pinazo/1881". . 51 x 40 cm.. Oil on canvas

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1840- Godella, Valencia, 1916) Título: "Interior" Firmado: I. P
        Jan. 19, 2022

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1840- Godella, Valencia, 1916) Título: "Interior" Firmado: I. P

        Est: -

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1840- Godella, Valencia, 1916) Título: "Interior" Firmado: I. Pinazo, Roma, 1880 Óleo sobre tabla 33x20 cm

        Arte Subastas Bilbao
      • IGNACIO PINAZO. A girl.
        Dec. 16, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO. A girl.

        Est: €400 - €480

        Gouache on postcard Signed and dedicated. On the back, signature. 14x10 cm.

        Balclis
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Fallera", 1883. Oil on panel.
        Nov. 10, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Fallera", 1883. Oil on panel.

        Est: €9,000 - €10,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Fallera", 1883. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the upper right corner. Measurements: 19 x 13 cm; 44.5 x 38.5 cm (frame). In this scene Pinazo, shows his great virtuosity with the brush. Combining fleeting touches with longer brushstrokes, which are arranged horizontally or vertically, the author builds his composition based on this technical game, conditioned by the use of color. Starring a fallera carrying a tray of flowers under the gaze of several characters. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was forced from a very young age to contribute with different occupations to the support of his home. He had only completed the eighth grade at school when his mother died of cholera, so he soon had to work in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and painter of fans. After the death of his father he went to live with his grandfather, and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a disciple of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later, in Barcelona. In 1871 he entered the National Exhibition of Fine Arts for the first time. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting, in 1873, and the second time with a scholarship, between 1876 and 1881. There he began his great productions of history, far from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began a more intimate and impressionist pictorial line. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes, and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes of everyday life. Thus, he is now considered a precursor, both in themes and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, settling in the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886, he taught at the School of Fine Arts in Valencia. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, counting among his clients prominent figures such as the Marquise of Benicarló. Pinazo showed his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning the silver medal in 1881 and 1885, and the gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was named academician of San Carlos, and in 1906 he will also be named academician of San Fernando, in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. For these years he received a royal medal and, in 1912, the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. At his death, in 1916, the commemorative acts of his life and work will follow. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in several important private collections.

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      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). Untitled, 1887. Oil on panel.
        Nov. 10, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). Untitled, 1887. Oil on panel.

        Est: €5,000 - €6,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). Untitled, 1887. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 14,5 x 24,6 cm; 29,6 x 38,6 cm (frame). Born in the bosom of a humble family, Pinazo was forced from very young to contribute with different occupations to the support of his home. He had only completed the eighth grade at school when his mother died of cholera, so he soon had to be employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and painter of fans. After the death of his father he went to live with his grandfather, and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a disciple of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner and began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he entered the National Exhibition of Fine Arts for the first time. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting, in 1873, and the second time with a scholarship, between 1876 and 1881. There he began his great productions of history, far from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began a more intimate and impressionist pictorial line. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes, and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes of everyday life, and is now considered a precursor, both in subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, settling in the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886, he taught at the School of Fine Arts in Valencia. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, counting among his clients prominent figures such as the Marquise of Benicarló.Pinazo showed his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, achieving in 1881 and 1885 a silver medal and, in 1897 and 1899, the gold medal. In 1896 he was named academician of San Carlos, and in 1906 he will also be named academician of San Fernando, in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. For these years he received a royal medal and, in 1912, the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. At his death, in 1916, the commemorative acts of his life and work will follow. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in several important private collections.

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      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (1849 / 1916) "Girl", 1887
        Nov. 03, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (1849 / 1916) "Girl", 1887

        Est: €6,000 - €8,000

        Signed and dated at lower right. Children's portraits were one of Pinazo's specialities, especially from 1876, coinciding with his second stay in Rome. In this genre, Pinazo showed all his mastery and sensitivity, capturing the feelings and expressiveness of his models with great technical freedom. He portrayed his sons José and Ignacio on numerous occasions, but also other members of his family such as his niece Antoñita, who could well be the sitter in this case due to her age and resemblance. This canvas forms a pair with another portrait of a child sold at Ansorena in November 2020. . Oil on canvas. 62 x 41,3 cm

        Ansorena
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916).
        Oct. 19, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916).

        Est: €10,000 - €12,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Boy and Kids, 1901. Oil on canvas. Work exhibited in: "El intimismo en la pintura española, siglos XIX y XX. Quito May-June, 1980. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, June-July 1980. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Measurements: 55 x 46 cm; 79 x 70 cm (frame). In this scene Pinazo shows his great virtuosity with the brush. Combining fleeting touches with longer brushstrokes, which are arranged either horizontally or vertically, the author builds his composition on the basis of this technical game, conditioned by the use of colour. The main character is an infant accompanied by several goats swirling around him. It should be noted that this theme defines a whole facet of the artist's work, in which he had a predilection for depicting children's portraits, often featuring his own children. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the support of his household through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera and was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

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      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "José making soap bubbles", 1884. Oil on panel.
        Sep. 29, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "José making soap bubbles", 1884. Oil on panel.

        Est: €20,000 - €25,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "José making soap bubbles", 1884. Oil on panel. Signed, dated and located (Valencia), in the lower right corner. Measurements: 22 x 33,5 cm; 42,5 x 54,5 cm (frame). The Prado Museum in Madrid has two sketches by Ignacio Pinazo, in which we can see a drawing of a child making bubbles. These two works, executed around 1883, belong to a set of ten sketches which formed part of an artist's notebook in which Pinazo made various sketches, mostly dedicated to his relatives. These sketches contain the compositional rehearsals which he would later transfer to larger paintings, as is the case with the present painting. In the present work, the author portrays two children, his sons José and Ignacio, who would later become painters. This theme defines a whole facet of the artist, in which he felt a predilection for the representation of his children. Captured in this case, in a work abounding in masterly touches of dark lines outlining fragments of bodies and canvases, combined with a use of light that produces dynamic effects of modernist preludes. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the support of his household through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

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      • School of IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916) "Portrait of a girl, 1895. Oil on canvas.
        Sep. 22, 2021

        School of IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916) "Portrait of a girl, 1895. Oil on canvas.

        Est: €2,500 - €3,000

        School of IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916)"Portrait of a girl, 1895. Oil on canvas. With dedication and traces of signature. Size: 45 x 31 cm; 53 x 40 cm (frame). The representation of children was a common theme in Pinazo's painting, who from 1876, coinciding with his second stay in Rome, made children the protagonists of many of his works. In this particular work we can see the almost sketchy portrait of a girl, notable for her spontaneous gestures. This characteristic was highly valued by the Valencian artist in the conception of his works that reflected the world of children. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was obliged from an early age to contribute to the upkeep of his home through various occupations. He had only completed the eighth year at school when his mother died of cholera, so he was soon employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and fan painter. After his father's death he moved in with his grandfather and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later in Barcelona. In 1871 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting in 1873, and the second time on a scholarship between 1876 and 1881. It was there that he began his major historical productions, far removed from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began to paint in a more intimate, impressionistic style. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes from everyday life. He is now considered a precursor, in both subject matter and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, moving into the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886 he taught at the Valencia School of Fine Arts. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, and his clients included prominent figures such as the Marchioness of Benicarló. Pinazo exhibited his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning a silver medal in 1881 and 1885 and a gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was appointed a member of the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1906 he became a member of the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. During these years he was awarded a royal medal and in 1912 the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. After his death in 1916, a series of commemorative events were held to commemorate his life and work. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in various important private collections.

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      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "José making soap bubbles", 1884. Oil on panel.
        Jul. 15, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "José making soap bubbles", 1884. Oil on panel.

        Est: €20,000 - €25,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "José making soap bubbles", 1884. Oil on panel. Signed, dated and located (Valencia), in the lower right corner. Measures: 22 x 33.5 cm; 42.5 x 54.5 cm (frame). The Prado Museum in Madrid, has two sketches of Ignacio Pinazo, in which you can see the drawing of a child making bubbles. These two works made around 1883, belong to a set of ten sketches, which were part of an artist's notebook, in which Pinazo, captured different notes, mostly dedicated to his relatives. These drawings gather the compositional essays that he would later transfer to larger pictorial works, as is the example of this painting. In the present work, the author portrays two children, his sons José and Ignacio, who would later devote themselves to painting. This theme defines a whole facet of the artist, in which he felt a predilection for the representation of his children. Captured in this case, in a work where the masterly touches of dark lines that outline fragments of bodies and canvases abound, combined with a use of light that produces dynamic effects of modernist preludes. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was forced from a very young age to contribute with different occupations to support his household. He had only completed the eighth grade at school when his mother died of cholera, so he soon had to be employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and painter of fans. After the death of his father he went to live with his grandfather, and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a disciple of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later, in Barcelona. In 1871 he entered the National Exhibition of Fine Arts for the first time. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting, in 1873, and the second time with a scholarship, between 1876 and 1881. There he began his great productions of history, far from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began a more intimate and impressionist pictorial line. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes, and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes of everyday life. Thus, he is now considered a precursor, both in themes and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, settling in the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886, he taught at the School of Fine Arts in Valencia. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, counting among his clients prominent figures such as the Marquise of Benicarló. Pinazo showed his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning the silver medal in 1881 and 1885, and the gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was named academician of San Carlos, and in 1906 he will also be named academician of San Fernando, in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. For these years he received a royal medal and, in 1912, the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. At his death, in 1916, the commemorative acts of his life and work will follow. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and the Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Provincial Council of Valencia, as well as in several important private collections.

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      • Ignacio Pinazo Camarlech. Child portrait
        Jun. 23, 2021

        Ignacio Pinazo Camarlech. Child portrait

        Est: -

        Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado y fechado 87 en el ángulo inferior derecho.

        Duran Arte y Subastas
      • IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the upper left corner.
        Apr. 15, 2021

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the upper left corner.

        Est: €8,000 - €9,000

        IGNACIO PINAZO CAMARLENCH (Valencia, 1849 - Godella, Valencia, 1916). "Door of the Basilica of Valencia", 1874. Oil on panel. Signed and dated in the upper left corner. Size: 11 x 18 cm; 23 x 31 cm (frame). Painting of the most splendid work of Pinazo, between his two trips to Rome, where he already had a very refined mastery of the brushstroke and light. The artist's most sought-after period. Born into a humble family, Pinazo was forced from a very young age to contribute with different occupations to support his household. He had only completed the eighth grade at school when his mother died of cholera, so he soon had to be employed in various trades, including silversmith, tile decorator, baker, gilder and painter of fans. After the death of his father he went to live with his grandfather, and in 1864 he entered the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a disciple of José Fernández Olmos. During this period he earned his living as a milliner. He began his artistic training at the age of twenty-one, achieving his first success three years later, in Barcelona. In 1871 he entered the National Exhibition of Fine Arts for the first time. He was in Rome twice, the first time thanks to the sale of a painting, in 1873, and the second time with a scholarship, between 1876 and 1881. There he began his great productions of history, far from the conventions of the genre. In his first period he developed an academicist style, but from 1874 he began a more intimate and impressionist pictorial line. When he returned to Valencia he abandoned historical themes, and instead began to paint family subjects, nudes and scenes of everyday life. Thus, he is now considered a precursor, both in themes and style, of Joaquín Sorolla and Francisco Domingo. In 1884 Pinazo left Valencia temporarily due to a cholera epidemic, settling in the house that the banker José Jaumandreu owned in Bétera. From his return that same year until 1886, he taught at the School of Fine Arts in Valencia. During these years he received numerous commissions from the Valencian aristocracy, counting among his clients prominent figures such as the Marquise of Benicarló. Pinazo showed his works at the National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in Madrid, winning the silver medal in 1881 and 1885, and the gold medal in 1897 and 1899. In 1896 he was named academician of San Carlos, and in 1906 he will also be named academician of San Fernando, in Madrid. In 1900 he was involved in the decoration of the staircase of the palace of Don José Ayora, together with Antonio Fillol, Peris Brell, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. For these years he received a royal medal and, in 1912, the city of Valencia dedicated a street to him. At his death, in 1916, the commemorative acts of his life and work will follow. Pinazo is currently represented in the Prado Museum, the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museum and Circle of Fine Arts in Valencia, his House-Museum in Godella and the Valencian Provincial Council, as well as in several important private collections.

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