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Figure painter, Painter, Portrait painter

Romà Ribera i Cirera (13 December 1848, Barcelona - 29 May 1935, Barcelona) was a Catalan genre painter. He specialized in contemporary scenes from upper-class social events, rendered in meticulous detail, but also did numerous scenes from life in the 17th and 18th centuries.

He studied at the Escola de la Llotja and at the private school operated by Pere Borrell del Caso.[1] In 1873, he went to Rome to complete his studies. While there, he met Marià Fortuny, who works would influence his style.[2] After leaving Italy, he visited London to exhibit.

Once he had established himself, he settled in Paris. At a time when most artists were attracted to impressionism, he found inspiration in the works of James Tissot and Alfred Stevens. In 1878, he enjoyed great success at the Exposition Universelle.[2] This enabled him to retain Adolphe Goupil as his agent.[1] To maximize his income, he chose to solicit clients from the upper classes, portraying their activities and possessions.

He had a major showing at the exhibition at the 1888 Barcelona Universal Exposition, where he presented a series of watercolors. He returned to Barcelona in 1889, exhibiting at the Sala Parés.[2] He pursued the same upper class client strategy there that he had in Paris. Occasionally, he travelled to exhibit in Madrid.

In 1902, he became a member of the Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi and was chosen to sit on the "Catalan Museum Board [ca]".

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      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "GIRL WITH A PARTY DRESS".
        Feb. 15, 2024

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "GIRL WITH A PARTY DRESS".

        Est: €7,000 - €10,000

        Oil on canvas. Signed. 85 x 44 cm; 106.5 x 66 cm (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. Girl with a hat.
        Dec. 20, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA. Girl with a hat.

        Est: €1,200 - €1,300

        Oil on wood Signed 27.5x21.5 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. “Departure from the dance”.
        Dec. 20, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA. “Departure from the dance”.

        Est: €15,000 - €16,000

        Oil on canvas Signed. Made around 1889. Bibliography: The Enlightenment, Barcelona, 15-9-1889, p. 585 (reproduced); María Asunción Cascante Gomis, “Romà Ribera i Cirera (1848-1935)”, d'Art, 1977, no. 3, p. 55, cat. No. 15. 46x72 cm.

        Balclis
      • RAMÓN TERMENS. A girl.
        Dec. 20, 2023

        RAMÓN TERMENS. A girl.

        Est: €500 - €600

        Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1911 82x73 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA
        Dec. 05, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA

        Est: €5,000 - €7,000

        Román Ribera Cirera (Barcelona, 1849-1935) Clase de música. Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado. 102 x 110 cm.

        Aletheia Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. Interior with three characters.
        Oct. 05, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA. Interior with three characters.

        Est: €3,500 - €3,900

        Oil on canvas Signed 130x110 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait", ca. 1900. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Oct. 03, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait", ca. 1900. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait", ca. 1900. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 48 x 32 cm; 62 x 46 cm (frame). In this work Román Ribera shows us a lady elegantly dressed with a capelin, a fur collar and a hat with wings in which cream tones predominate. Thus, we see a naturalistic portrait, with the lady in the foreground, with a long bust, standing out against a neutral background worked with a loose, lively, vibrant brushstroke of great expressive power despite its soft tones. In capturing the character's face, the brushstroke becomes more controlled, although without losing any of its ease, revealing the artist's great mastery of his craft. The young woman's face, with its flushed cheeks and full lips, is particularly outstanding. A Catalan painter, Román Ribera studied drawing at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public acclaim and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Sala Rovira and as a group in the Societat Artística i Literària de Catalunya. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

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      • ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Epilogue of a Carnival Dance", ca.1885. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Provenance: Lleonart, Barcelona. Gilded wooden frame.
        Oct. 03, 2023

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Epilogue of a Carnival Dance", ca.1885. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Provenance: Lleonart, Barcelona. Gilded wooden frame.

        Est: €8,000 - €10,000

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Epilogue of a Carnival Dance", ca.1885. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Gilded wooden frame. Observations: Lleonart invoice, ca. Paja 6, Barcelona. Measurements: 90 x 68 cm; 127 x 82 cm (frame). A man disguised as a harlequin is stopped by two city guards and a group of onlookers surrounds them. The morning mist clouds the atmosphere, leaving the architecture of Paris in the distance. A deep sadness is imprinted on the harlequin's powdered face, and the various characters react with silent empathy towards him. This is a scene resolved with unusual verism, which can be seen in the behaviour and gestural dramaturgy, as well as in the faces and the plastic qualities of each detail. A Catalan painter, Román Ribera studied drawing at the Escuela de La Lonja in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public acclaim and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Sala Rovira and as a group in the Societat Artística i Literària de Catalunya. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

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      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Jul. 26, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €1,000 - €1,200

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 38,5 x 30 cm; 55 x 46 cm (frame). In this work Román Ribera shows us a lady elegantly dressed with a costume in which the bluish tonalities predominate. Thus, we see a naturalistic portrait, with the lady in the foreground, with a long bust, standing out against a neutral background worked with a loose, lively, vibrant brushstroke, of great expressive power despite its soft tones. In capturing the character's face, the brushstroke becomes more controlled, although without losing any of its ease, revealing the artist's great mastery of his craft. The young woman's face, with its flushed cheeks and full lips, is particularly outstanding. A Catalan painter, Román Ribera studied drawing at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and at the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public success and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Rovira room and as a group in the Artistic and Literary Society of Catalonia. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

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      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Jul. 04, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €1,000 - €1,200

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 38,5 x 30 cm; 55 x 46 cm (frame). In this work Román Ribera shows us a lady elegantly dressed with a costume in which the bluish tonalities predominate. Thus, we see a naturalistic portrait, with the lady in the foreground, with a long bust, standing out against a neutral background worked with a loose, lively, vibrant brushstroke, of great expressive power despite its soft tones. In capturing the character's face, the brushstroke becomes more controlled, although without losing any of its ease, revealing the artist's great mastery of his craft. The young woman's face, with its flushed cheeks and full lips, is particularly outstanding. A Catalan painter, Román Ribera studied drawing at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and at the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public success and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Rovira room and as a group in the Artistic and Literary Society of Catalonia. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

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      • ROMÁN RIBERA. Interior with three characters.
        Jun. 29, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA. Interior with three characters.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        Oil on canvas Signed 130x110 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. The music lesson.
        May. 25, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA. The music lesson.

        Est: €600 - €700

        Oil on canvas Signed 80x66 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        May. 08, 2023

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €1,000 - €1,200

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 38,5 x 30 cm; 55 x 46 cm (frame). In this work Román Ribera shows us a lady elegantly dressed with a costume in which the bluish tonalities predominate. Thus, we see a naturalistic portrait, with the lady in the foreground, with a long bust, standing out against a neutral background worked with a loose, lively, vibrant brushstroke, of great expressive power despite its soft tones. In capturing the character's face, the brushstroke becomes more controlled, although without losing any of its ease, revealing the artist's great mastery of his craft. The young woman's face, with its flushed cheeks and full lips, is particularly outstanding. A Catalan painter, Román Ribera studied drawing at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and at the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public success and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Rovira room and as a group in the Artistic and Literary Society of Catalonia. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

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      • ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the upper right corner.
        Dec. 28, 2022

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Female portrait". Oil on canvas. Signed in the upper right corner.

        Est: €4,000 - €5,000

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). ""Prepared for the masque" Oil on canvas. Signed in the upper right corner. Measurements: 61 x 37 cm; 87 x 62,5 cm (frame). Besides making paintings of historicist style with tavern scenes, knightly scenes or groups of musicians that remind us of the Dutch and Spanish workmanship of the XVII century due to its atmosphere and excellent execution, Román Ribera also portrayed the elegant and lavish life of the bourgeoisie of the end of the century. This is the case in the present work, in which the artist depicts a beautiful lady wearing elegant attire and holding a carnival mask in her delicate hands. Roman Ribera focuses on this gesture, which dynamises the portrait genre and introduces a veiled narrative. A Catalan painter, Roman Ribera studied drawing at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and at the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public success, and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Sala Rovira and as a group in the Societat Artística i Literària de Catalunya. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

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      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "LADY READING".
        Dec. 15, 2022

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "LADY READING".

        Est: €450 - €900

        Oil on canvas. Signed. Small restoration visible on the back. 65 x 31 cm; 77 x 41.5 cm (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Musician with cello". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner.
        Sep. 15, 2022

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Musician with cello". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner.

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Musician with cello". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner. Size: 60 x 35 cm; 79 x 51 cm (frame). Besides portraying the elegant and lavish life of the Parisian bourgeoisie at the end of the century, Román Ribera made paintings of musicians that remind, for their setting and excellent workmanship, of the Dutch and Spanish painting of the 17th century. This is the case here, where the artist depicts a musician with a cello in his hand. One of the most outstanding aspects of the painting is its successful treatment of colour and light. He uses a chromatic range of warm ochre, earthy and reddish tones, which he contrasts and contrasts with the brilliant white of the collar of his suit and the gold buttons on his coat. The artist, on the other hand, reveals himself to be a great draughtsman and demonstrates his interest in psychological introspection, offering us the image of a musician meditating, his gaze lost, despite the moment of calm he enjoys. Every detail of the costume has been depicted in all its rightful qualities, as was usual in Roman Ribera's precious plastic art. A Catalan painter, Roman Ribera studied drawing at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public acclaim and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Rovira Room and as a group in the Artistic and Literary Society of Catalonia. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

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      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA Barcelona (1848) / (1935) "Raquel, the shepherdess" and "Rut, the gleaner"
        Jul. 19, 2022

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA Barcelona (1848) / (1935) "Raquel, the shepherdess" and "Rut, the gleaner"

        Est: €1,350 - €1,800

        Pair of oil paintings on canvas. The first of them signed on the right side. The pair of works, representing the two Old Testament biblical women, could have been conceived as a symbolic representation of the work in the fields or, simply, as a genre composition with a bucolic tone. Measurements: 60 x 50 cm. each.

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      • ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Lady at the Lyceum". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.
        Jul. 13, 2022

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Lady at the Lyceum". Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €8,000 - €10,000

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Lady at the Lyceum. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner. Size: 100 x 57 cm; 127 x 82 cm (frame). An elegant woman is about to cross the access to the opera box, or maybe she has just come out of it. A fur stole covers her shoulders and the bodice stylises her figure. Silk pleats open around her waist. The long skirt is adorned with floral trimmings. Every detail of the garment has been described in its exacting qualities, as was usual in Roman Ribera's precious plastic art. On this occasion, the gesture of opening a door dynamises the portrait genre, introducing a veiled narrative. A Catalan painter, Roman Ribera studied drawing at the La Lonja School in Barcelona and painting at Pere Borrell's academy. He furthered his studies in Rome between 1873 and 1976, and travelled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Accademia Chigi and devoted himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris with the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he achieved a decisive success with his three works of remarkable literary verism. However, he did not quite feel at ease with this type of subject matter and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the period in works such as "Exit from the Ball", which he alternated with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition such as "A Flemish Drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition in Madrid with precisely the aforementioned work with a Baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then exhibited his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public acclaim and soon won the favour of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he submitted two paintings to the exhibition organised by the Barcelona Athenaeum: "Innocence" and "Incógnitca". Cirera regularly exhibited his work individually in the Rovira Room and as a group in the Artistic and Literary Society of Catalonia. He was a member of various official juries, and also of the Barcelona Museum Board in 1901. In 1915 he was appointed Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their costumes, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan upper middle classes of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also travelled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently held in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. A girl.
        May. 19, 2022

        ROMÁN RIBERA. A girl.

        Est: €3,000 - €3,500

        Oil on canvas Signed 61x36.5 cm.

        Balclis
      • ATTRIBUTED TO ROMÁN RIBERA (1848 / 1935) "Villager"
        Dec. 16, 2021

        ATTRIBUTED TO ROMÁN RIBERA (1848 / 1935) "Villager"

        Est: €1,425 - €1,900

        Probably a sketch for "Aldeana ordeñando vaca", a work by Cirera. Oil on canvas. 52,5 x 40 cm

        Ansorena
      • RIBERA ROMAN
        Jun. 01, 2021

        RIBERA ROMAN

        Est: €1,000 - €1,500

        'La pipe'

        Campo & Campo
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Carriage and figures". Oil on canvas. Reengineered. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 67 x 89 cm; 102 x 120 cm (frame).
        May. 18, 2021

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Carriage and figures". Oil on canvas. Reengineered. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 67 x 89 cm; 102 x 120 cm (frame).

        Est: €20,000 - €25,000

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (Barcelona, 1848 - 1935). "Carriage and figures". Oil on canvas. Reengineered. Signed in the lower left corner. Measurements: 67 x 89 cm; 102 x 120 cm (frame). In addition to making historicist paintings with tavern scenes, chivalrous scenes or groups of musicians reminiscent of the Dutch and Spanish work of the seventeenth century for its atmosphere and excellent execution, Roman Ribera also portrayed the elegant and lavish life of the bourgeoisie of the end of the century. So it is in this work, where the artist represents the economic power of the wealthy classes, refining the details and without shying away from realism. For this he uses a chromatic range of temperate and moderate tones, which he punctuates and contrasts, however, with the colors -yellow, blue and pink- of the clothes of the female figures in the foreground of the scene. In this work Román Ribera achieves a warm and distinguished environment in which his protagonists are housed, the result of the precision in the drawing, the care in the application of color, and the filtered light with which he manages to envelop the environments. Catalan painter, Román Ribera studied drawing at the School of La Lonja in Barcelona, and painting at the academy of Pere Borrell. He furthered his studies in Rome, between 1873 and 1976, and traveled and exhibited in London. In the Italian capital he attended the Chigi Academy and dedicated himself to painting, but avoiding the contagion of the academicist mannerism of the Roman school. In 1877 he went to Paris, under the guidance of the art dealer Adolphe Goupil, who had acquired the rights to reproduce all his work. There he continued his training, this time directly studying scenes of Parisian street life. A year later, he took part in the Universal Exhibition in Paris, where he obtained a decisive success thanks to the three works he presented, of a remarkable verism with literary roots. However, he did not feel at ease with this type of themes, and soon began to focus on depicting the elegant life of the time, in works such as "Exit from the ball", which alternates with genre scenes in the Spanish Baroque tradition as "A flamenco drinker". In 1881 he took part in the National Exhibition of Madrid precisely with the aforementioned work of baroque setting, and in 1883 he was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica. After twelve years in Paris he returned to Barcelona, where he had already exhibited at the Centro de Acuarelistas (1885) and at the recently inaugurated Sala Parés. He then showed his work at the Artistic and Literary Association and at the Parés and Rovira halls, as well as at the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and the Fine Arts Exhibition of 1894, obtaining great critical and public success, soon gaining the favor of the wealthy Catalan bourgeoisie. In 1893 he presented two paintings to the Exhibition organized by the Ateneo de Barcelona: "Inocencia" and "Incógnitca". Individually Cirera regularly showed his work in the Rovira room and, as a group, he was a member of the Artistic and Literary Society of Catalonia. He was part of several official juries, and also of the Board of Museums of Barcelona, in 1901. In 1915 he was named Member of Merit of the Artistic Circle of Barcelona. On his return to Spain, Ribera continued to depict the life of the upper classes, the luxury of their homes, the richness of their party dresses, etc., becoming a faithful portraitist of the Catalan high bourgeoisie of the Restoration, as he had already been of the French bourgeoisie of the Third Republic. He worked mainly in Barcelona, but also traveled to Madrid and held exhibitions of his work there. His work is currently conserved in the MACBA in Barcelona, the Museu d'Art de Girona, the Museu de Montserrat, the Biblioteca Víctor Balaguer and in various important private collections.

        Setdart Auction House
      • ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (SPANISH, 1849-1935).
        Apr. 11, 2021

        ROMAN RIBERA CIRERA (SPANISH, 1849-1935).

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Oil on canvas. Girl with Slipper. Signed lower right. From a Long Island, NY collection.

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • Román Ribera
        Dec. 17, 2020

        Román Ribera

        Est: -

        Román Ribera. (Barcelona, 1849-1935). Lección de música, óleo sobre lienzo, 111x63 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), "Card Player", oil, c. 1890 | Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), "Kartenspieler", Öl, um 1890
        Nov. 27, 2020

        Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), "Card Player", oil, c. 1890 | Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), "Kartenspieler", Öl, um 1890

        Est: €8,000 - €10,000

        Oil on canvas ,Spain, around 1890 Román Ribera Cirera (1849-1935) - Spanish genre painter Signed lower right "Roman Ribera Dimensions: 68,5 x 81 cm Frame: 98 x 109,5 cm | Öl auf Leinwand ,Spanien, um 1890 Román Ribera Cirera (1849-1935) – Spanischer Genremaler Signiert unten rechts „Roman Ribera“ Maße: 68,5 x 81 cm, Rahmen: 98 x 109,5 cm

        Amadeus Auction
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA "Preparing to leave"
        Nov. 04, 2020

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA "Preparing to leave"

        Est: €22,500 - €30,000

        Signed in the lower right corner .Oil on canvas

        Ansorena
      • Román Ribera
        Jul. 08, 2020

        Román Ribera

        Est: -

        Román Ribera (Barcelona, 1849-1935). Feria con asnos en el parque, óleo sobre lienzo, 53,50x78,50 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • Román Ribera
        Mar. 13, 2020

        Román Ribera

        Est: -

        Román Ribera (Barcelona, 1849-1935). Feria con asnos en el parque, óleo sobre lienzo, 53,50x78,50 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • Román Ribera
        Feb. 26, 2020

        Román Ribera

        Est: -

        Román Ribera (Barcelona, 1849-1935). Feria con asnos en el parque, óleo sobre lienzo, 53,50x78,50 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA 1848 / 1935 - "Bebedor"
        Jan. 22, 2020

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA 1848 / 1935 - "Bebedor"

        Est: -

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA 1848 / 1935 "Bebedor" Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Al dorso firmado y con etiqueta de la sala Parés de Barcelona 23 x 28,5 cm Óleo sobre tabla

        Ansorena
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. A girl.
        Dec. 04, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA. A girl.

        Est: €9,000 - €10,000

        Oil on canvas Signed. Probably made circa 1905, when the artist exhibited a similar work in the gallery of Pío Clos in Barcelona. Balclis auctioned the pair of this work (lot 1616) in March 2017. Reference literature: Salon Album, 1-1-1905, p. 125 60x30.5 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMAN RIBERA
        Jul. 29, 2019

        ROMAN RIBERA

        Est: €20,000 - €30,000

        (Barcelone, 1848- 1935) Paris, à la sortie d'un bal Signé Roman Ribera en bas à gauche Huile sur toile, 60 x 81cm Notre tableau est caractérisé par l'atmosphère et des influences modernistes presque sublimées, comme si les personnages étaient une vision de rêve, dont le peintre nous suggère une idée plutôt qu'une représentation réelle. Dans le cadre, des personnages élégants sont représentés à la sortie d'un bal, attendant l'arrivée d'une carosse dans la pénombre d'une soirée d'hiver. Ribera parvient à faire en sorte que la suggestion de ces formes soit extrêmement légère au toucher, en les faisant vibrer grâce à l'utilisation de la couleur. Né en 1849 à Barcelone, Ribera a étudié à l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone et à l'Académie Pere Borrell. En 1872 il part pour Rome, où il passe trois ans pour perfec-tionner sa technique de dessin et de la peinture au Circolo Internazionale di Belle Arti, il connait Mariano Fortuny par lequel il a été fortement influencé. Attiré par l'atmosphère parisienne, il s'y installe en 1877 et participe avec succès à l'Exposition universelle de 1878.Sa technique réaliste attire l'attention du marchand Goupil, qui acquerra les droits de produire son oeuvre et de la promouvoir sur les mar-chés internationaux. Vers 1889,il rentre en Espagne,s'installe à Barcelone et où il expose à la Sala Parés et,plus fréquemment, à la salle Rovira. En 1902 il a été élu membre de l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone et rejoint le conseil des musées d'Espagne. Notre tableau est caractérisé par l'atmosphère et des influences modernistes presque sublimées, comme si les personnages étaient une vision de rêve, dont le peintre nous suggère une idée plutôt qu'une représentation réelle. Dans le cadre, des personnages élégants sont représentés à la sortie d'un bal en attendant l'arrivée d'un carosse dans la pénombre d'une soirée d'hiver. Ribera parvient à faire en sorte que la suggestion de ces formes soit extrêmement légère au toucher, en les faisant vibrer grâce à l'utilisation de la couleur. Né en 1849 à Barcelone, Ribera a étudié à l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone et à l'Académie Pere Borrell. En 1872 il part pour Rome, où il passe trois ans à perfectionner sa technique au Circolo Internazionale di Belle Arti, il connait Mariano Fortuny par lequel il a été fortement influencé. Attiré par l'atmosphère parisienne, il s'y installe en 1877 et participe avec succès à l'Exposition universelle de 1878. Sa technique réaliste attire l'attention du marchand Goupil, qui acquerra les droits de reproduire son oeuvre et de la promouvoir sur les marchés internationaux. Vers 1889, il rentre en Espagne, s'installe à Barcelone et expose à la Sala Parés, et plus fréquemment à la salle Rovira. En 1902 il a été élu membre de l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone et rejoint le conseil des musées. d'Espagne.

        Wannenes - Art Contact SARL
      • ROMAN RIBERA
        Jul. 29, 2019

        ROMAN RIBERA

        Est: €15,000 - €20,000

        (Barcelone, 1848- 1935) L'hippodrome de Longchamp Signé Roman Ribera en bas à droite Huile sur panneau, 54x45 cm Román Ribera Y Cirera commence ses études à l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone, sa ville natale:mais,comme beaucoup d'artistes de son temps,il gagne Rome en 1872 pour parfaire sa technique et acquérir la maitrise de lumière. Il obtient rapidement le succès lorsque le célèbre galeriste Goupil vend son tableau intitulé Les saltimbanques, une oeuvre qui doit sa renommée à ses reproductions imprimées, notamment en Italie et à l'étranger. Ce fut le début d'un grand succès pour le jeune peintre catalan influencé par le style de Mariano Fortuny. Dans notre tableau artiste a représenté deux jeunes femmes à l'hippodrome de Long-champ à Paris, en accentuant l'élégance des vêtements par des tissus précieux et des accessoires fins et d'effet, c'est un exemple caractéristique des sujets de prédilection du peintre. Bibliographie de référence : Bénézit, Dictionnaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs, Gründ 1999, ad vocem Román Ribera Y Cirera commence ses études à l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Barcelone, sa ville natale: mais, comme beaucoup d'artistes de son temps il gagne Rome en 1872 pour parfaire sa technique et acquérir la maitrise de lumière. Il obtient rapidement le succès lorsque le célèbre galeriste Goupil vend son tableau intitulé Les saltimbanques, une oeuvre qui doit sa renommée à ses reproductions imprimées, notamment en Italie et à l'étranger. Ce fut le début d'un grand succès pour le jeune peintre catalan influencé par les oeuvres de Mariano Fortuny. Dans notre tableau artiste a représenté deux jeunes femmes à l'hippodrome de Longchamp à Paris, en accentuant l'élégance des vêtements par des tissus précieux et des accessoires fins et d'effet, c'est un exemple caractéristique des sujets de prédilection du peintre. Bibliographie de référence: Bénézit, Dictionnaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs, Gründ 1999, ad vocem

        Wannenes - Art Contact SARL
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. Exit of a theater.
        Jul. 10, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA. Exit of a theater.

        Est: €6,600 - €7,000

        Oil on canvas Signed. On the back, stamp of the support's manufacturer, the house Bertrand in Barcelona 150x100 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Seated lady".
        Jun. 20, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Seated lady".

        Est: €1,200 - €1,560

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower right corner "R.R". Cracks on the edges, loose canvas. The frame shows old woodworm marks and some fissures. 42,5 x 32 cm. & 64,5 x 53 cm. (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "PAINTER".
        Jun. 20, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "PAINTER".

        Est: €1,200 - €1,560

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower right corner. Visibles restorations on the back and some small later over-painting. Published in one of the catalogue "Grandes Maestros" edited by Sala Nonell. 52 x 82,5 cm.; 80,5 x 111 cm. (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935)., "Lady", Oil on canvas.
        Jun. 20, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935)., "Lady", Oil on canvas.

        Est: €600 - €780

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower right corner. Frame slightly damaged. 60 x 30 cms y 79 x 49 cms (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "GENTLEMAN".
        Jun. 20, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "GENTLEMAN".

        Est: €600 - €780

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). Oil on canvas. Cracks on the canvas and destens. Losses on the painting. 57 x 40 cm.; 66 x 49 cm. (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "GENTLEMAN'S PORTRAIT".
        Jun. 20, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). "GENTLEMAN'S PORTRAIT".

        Est: €2,000 - €2,600

        ROMÁN RIBERA CIRERA (1848-1935). Oil on canvas. Signed and dated on the lower left corner. Losses on the frame. 73,5 x 60 cm.; 93 x 80 cm. (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA Y CIRERA Young man with mandolin
        Jun. 03, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA Y CIRERA Young man with mandolin

        Est: -

        ROMÁN RIBERA Y CIRERA Joven con mandolina 35 x 25 cm

        Isbilya Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Seated lady".
        Apr. 11, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Seated lady".

        Est: €1,500 - €1,950

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower right corner "R.R". Cracks on the edges, loose canvas. The frame shows old woodworm marks and some fissures. 42,5 x 32 cm. & 64,5 x 53 cm. (frame).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA. Exit of a theater.
        Mar. 14, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA. Exit of a theater.

        Est: €12,000 - €15,000

        Oil on canvas Signed. On the back, stamp of the support's manufacturer, the house Bertrand in Barcelona 150x100 cm.

        Balclis
      • ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Dama"
        Jan. 24, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Dama"

        Est: €1,200 - €1,560

        Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Presenta faltas en el marco. 60 x 30 cms y 79 x 49 cms (marco).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "El ensayo de música".
        Jan. 24, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "El ensayo de música".

        Est: €4,000 - €5,200

        Óleo sobre lienzo. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. 114,5 x 99 cms y 129 x 114,5 cms (marco).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Caballero".
        Jan. 24, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). "Caballero".

        Est: €1,200 - €1,560

        Óleo sobre lienzo. El lienzo presenta roturas y se encuentra destensado. Faltas de pintura. 57 x 40 cms y 66 x 49 cms (marco).

        Subarna Subastas
      • ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). Boceto
        Jan. 24, 2019

        ROMÁN RIBERA (1848-1935). Boceto

        Est: €600 - €780

        Óleo sobre lienzo.  Lienzo destensado y desgastado. Marco con cristal protector. 50 x 38,5  cms y 58,5 x 47,5 cms (marco).

        Subarna Subastas
      • Roman Ribera Cirera, Figural Genre Scene O/C
        Jun. 24, 2018

        Roman Ribera Cirera, Figural Genre Scene O/C

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Roman Ribera Cirera (Spanish, 1849-1935) A genre scene depicting young woman on settee Oil on canvas Signed lower right "Roman Ribera" Approx. 33.75" x 45.625" (framed), 24" x 36" (unframed) Provenance: From the PrivateCollection of Dr. Phillip Golomb, M.D. of Montgomery, Alabama

        Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
      • Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), Card Players, Oil, circa 1890 | Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), Kartenspieler, Öl, um 1890
        May. 05, 2018

        Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), Card Players, Oil, circa 1890 | Roman Ribera Cirera (1849-1935), Kartenspieler, Öl, um 1890

        Est: €8,000 -

        Oil on canvas. Spain, circa 1890. román ribera Cirera (1849-1935) – Spanish genre painter. Signed lower right ‘roman ribera‘. dimensions: 68.5 x 81 cm. Frame: 98 x 109.5 cm. Öl auf Leinwand. Spanien, um 1890. román ribera Cirera (1849-1935) – Spanischer Genremaler. Signiert unten rechts „roman ribera“. Maße: 68,5 x 81 cm. Rahmen: 98 x 109,5 cm.

        Amadeus Auction
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