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Figure painter, Painter, Portrait painter, b. 1880 - d. 1930

Julio Romero de Torres (9 November 1874 – 10 May 1930) was a Spanish painter.

He was born in Córdoba, Spain, where he lived most of his life. His father was the famous painter Rafael Romero Barros and his mother was Rosario de Torres Delgado. Julio learned about art from his father who was the director, curator and founder of Córdoba's Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes and an impressionist painter. He took an interest in art at a young age and started studying at the School of Fine Arts when he was 10. He went to Madrid to work and study in 1906.

He also travelled all over Europe to study and he picked up a symbolist style, for which he is best known. A museum dedicated to the work of de Torres is situated at Plaza del Potro 1 Cordoba 14002.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Cordoba (1874 / 1930) “Portrait of Rosario Mansi y Gonzalez-Tables and her daughter Ana Maria Garnica y Mansi", 1917-18
        Jan. 24, 2024

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Cordoba (1874 / 1930) “Portrait of Rosario Mansi y Gonzalez-Tables and her daughter Ana Maria Garnica y Mansi", 1917-18

        Est: €135,000 - €180,000

        Oil and tempera on canvas Signed on the lower left. On the back signed, dated and with a label from the General Reparations Fund, indicating its origin from "Various seizures" and delivered to the "Agrupacion Socialista Madrileña s/a 7/28/1938". Period frame. Certificate of authenticity signed by Mercedes Valverde Candil is attached. made in 2023, to whom we thank the help of cataloging this work. This report cites a label from the Delegate Board of Seizure with inventory number 16804; Alpedrete provenance and collection number 47, now missing. This exceptional portrait of Julio Romero de Torres represents Rosario Mansi (1883-1974) and Ana Maria Garnica y Mansi (1908-1937), mother and daughter, posing luxuriously dressed, holding a fan and a rose respectively. They are in front of an open window that shows a landscape where the family's farmhouse in Las Arenas de Getxo appears on the left, along with a classical sculpture and other palatial elements that close the composition on the right and complete the majesty of the work. Rosario Mansi was the wife of the lawyer and politician Pablo Garnica y Echeverria (1876-1959), born in Madrid and who held different important positions during the reign of Alfonso XIII, as Minister of Graces and Litigation of the State. He was also a member of the Royal Academy of Moral and Political Sciences, deputy for Cantabria and attorney in the Cortes. The girl, Ana Maria, who is represented at 9 or 10 years old, had an unfortunate and premature end, being murdered on Playa de las Arenas along with her husband, Gabriel Zubiria y Somonte, in 1937. Pablo Garnica, a great fan of the work of Julio Romero de Torres, was also portrayed by the Cordoban painter in a minister's uniform and also acquired the well-known work “Marta and Maria”, exhibited at the London Academy in 1920. Origin: -Garnica Mansi family, commissioned directly to the artist -Socialist group since 1938 -Private collection, Madrid Bibliography: -Lipvak, L. and Valverde, M., “Julio Romero de Torres”, Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao, 2002 - The work is documented in the Julio Romero Museum Photo Library de Torres with the number F.8-25 Measurements: 117 x 94 cm

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba 1874 - 1930 Conjuro (Twilight). H. 1918 Oil on ca
        Dec. 12, 2023

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba 1874 - 1930 Conjuro (Twilight). H. 1918 Oil on ca

        Est: -

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba 1874 - 1930 Conjuro (Twilight). H. 1918 Oil on cardboard Lefranc Measurements 31.4 x 20.5 cm Origin: - Private collection, Madrid. In 1918 the Board of Directors of the Real Casino of Madrid commissioned the Córdoban painter Julio Romero de Torres to create a large canvas to decorate the Royal Hall in which other prominent artists of the time such as Manuel Benedito, Anselmo Miguel Nieto and Fernando participated. Alvarez de Sotomayor. The painting titled "Conjuring" although in some sources it is also called "Twilight" is a beautiful allegory of the ages of women. As researcher Mercedes Valverde has seen, "the master associates the last rays of the sun with the mature woman who appears in the background, as a counterpoint to the youth of the naked model." The artist seems to evoke his admiration for the famous nude Venuses of the Venetian Renaissance in a balanced composition more in line with the European symbolist movement. This work belongs to a select group of sketches by the painter of which only five have reached us (Basabe Family, Doctor Casana's Family, Consecration of the Copla, Aceituneras, Museum of Fine Arts of Córdoba and Poema de Córdoba, Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga). In all of them you can see a quick and fluid brushstroke, with vibrant colors and elongated strokes that denote his total mastery of drawing. Bibliography: VALVERDE CANDIL, Mercedes, The presence of the painter Julio Romero de Torres in the Madrid casino, Casino de Madrid Revista, 2004, pp. 52-54. We thank Mercedes Valverde for her help in cataloging this work.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba (1874 / 1930) "Sketch of a young woman"
        Oct. 04, 2023

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba (1874 / 1930) "Sketch of a young woman"

        Est: €1,350 - €1,800

        Watercolor on paper. Signed in capital letters on the upper edge. Probable sketch for the painting known as "Panneau" or "Paisaje abierto al barandal de la ribera" (oil on canvas, 144 x 220 cm), currently owned by the Fundación Santander. We are grateful to Mercedes Valverde for her help in cataloguing this work. Measurements: 13 x 7,5 cm.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES - Portrait of Doña Josefina Cortés. H. 1921
        Jul. 04, 2023

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES - Portrait of Doña Josefina Cortés. H. 1921

        Est: -

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba 1874 - 1930 Portrait of Mrs. Josefina Cortés. H. 1921 Oil and tempera on canvas Signed Measurements 56 x 42 cm Origin: - Descendants of the sitter. Julio Romero de Torres must have met the couple pictured here, Mrs. Josefina Cortés and her husband, Mr. Enrique Conde Díez, director of the Spanish Company of the Rif Mines during their stay in Spanish Morocco in the summer of 1903. The painting was a personal gift from the artist to Mr. Enrique when he was then directing the Almadén Mining Facultative School around 1921. Mrs. Josefina posed personally for the Cordovan painter who knew how to masterfully capture this painting beautiful portrait of great elegance and psychological introspection. With a lively and incisive gaze, the model displays an elegant pink shirt and a blue shawl that stand out against the dark background of the painting. We thank Mercedes Valverde for her help in cataloging this work.

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      • Julio Romero De Torres ...
        Jun. 21, 2023

        Julio Romero De Torres ...

        Est: €2,500 - €3,000

        (Cordova 1880 - Cordova 1930) Julio Romero De Torres"Donna con anfora" olio su tela (cm 62x47) Firmato in basso a sinistra In cornice (difetti)

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874-1930). "Nun". Graphite on paper. It has faults and tears in the upper right area. Signed in the lower right corner.
        May. 30, 2023

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874-1930). "Nun". Graphite on paper. It has faults and tears in the upper right area. Signed in the lower right corner.

        Est: €12,000 - €15,000

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930) . "Nun". Graphite on paper. With faults and tear in the upper right area. Signed in the lower right corner. Measurements: 34 x 20 cm; 56 x 42 cm (frame). With a sober scarcity of colour Romero de Torres, configures this resounding portrait in which we are presented with the delicate profile of a young girl who is dressed in the habit of a nun. Despite the religious vestments, the gesture with the half-open lips and the deep gaze bring us closer to a young woman marked by sensuality, an indisputable feature of Romero de Torres's painting. This work served as inspiration for the cover of the book "Un hombre extraño" written by José María Carretero, himself nicknamed "El caballero audaz". Julio Romero de Torres was born into an intellectual and artistic milieu, which was a decisive factor in favour of his vocation. His father, Rafael Romero de Barros, was also a painter and curator of the Museum of Fine Arts in Cordoba. Julio Romero began his training in 1884, combining classes at the Conservatory of Music with his father's drawing and painting classes. In 1890 he produced his first known work, "La huerta de Morales", and in 1895 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with "Mira qué bonita era", a work which won him an honourable mention and was acquired by the State. In 1897 he competed for the Rome prize, although he did not win the scholarship, and in 1902 he began his teaching career at the Cordoba School of Fine Arts. The following year he moved to Madrid to gain first-hand knowledge of the mural painting of the Symbolists after receiving his first major commission, a series of murals dedicated to the arts for the Círculo de la Amista in Cordoba. In this project his work still shows the influence of Puvis de Chavannes. Julio Romero then remained in Madrid, in contact with the circle of Valle-Inclán and the Machados family, frequenting the gatherings of the Café de Levante while he matured his own style. In 1906 he sent "Vividoras del amor" to the Nacional, a work that was rejected because of its scandalous subject matter. In Madrid he made himself known through exhibitions such as the one at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in 1907, and the idea of a trip to Europe was maturing, which would mark a definitive change in his language, a clear desire for change. He continued to take part in the National Exhibitions, and in 1908 his work "The Gypsy Muse" was acquired by the State and won him his first medal. This triumph led to his paintings being sent to exhibitions held abroad, in Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. His definitive recognition came in 1910, when he was awarded the Order of Alfonso X the Wise and was appointed inspector of the royal delegation and curatorship at the Rome Art Exhibition. The following year he was awarded the gold medal at the National Fine Arts Competition in Barcelona, and shortly afterwards he was made a full member of the Academy of Sciences, Fine and Noble Arts of Cordoba. Julio Romero continued to live in Madrid, however, and from 1913 onwards he frequented the café Pombo. Two years later he was given a special room at the National Exhibition, and in 1916 he was appointed professor at the San Fernando Academy. During these years of success and recognition, his studio in Madrid's Calle Pelayo became the centre of gatherings and meetings. However, in 1928 he was forced to return to Cordoba for health reasons, although this did not prevent him from continuing to paint in his studio in the Plaza del Potro. Indeed, in 1930, the same year as his death, he took part in the Ibero-American Exhibition in Seville with a total of twenty-eight paintings. Although, like many of his contemporaries, Julio Romero began his career with a regionalist style that evolved along the lines of Symbolism, the master reached the maturity of his personal style around 1912 with a language that combines Andalusian folk feeling and authentic Andalusian art.

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      • Romero de Torres, Julio
        May. 13, 2023

        Romero de Torres, Julio

        Est: -

        Romero de Torres, Julio 1874 Cordoba - 1930 Cordoba Damenportrait, im Hintergrund Stadtansicht. Signiert. Öl/Lwd., 65 x 47,5 cm. Ehemals Sammlung Dr. Fritz Bohmüller, Konsul der BRD in Chile.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba (1874 / 1930) "Portrait of Doña Ana González de Oronotz"
        May. 10, 2023

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba (1874 / 1930) "Portrait of Doña Ana González de Oronotz"

        Est: €97,500 - €130,000

        Oil and tempera on canvas Signed on the lower left side. On the back signed. The sitter was the wife of Mr. José Cruz-Conde (1878-1939), son of Antonio Cruz Fustegueras and María Conde y Luque. He was mayor of Córdoba from April 1, 1924 to 1926, as well as Civil Governor of the province of Seville and Commissioner of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929. Favorite Son of Córdoba. The work can be located around this time of 1924-1926, when as mayor of the city he commissioned Julio Romero de Torres in 1925 for the municipality, the large painting entitled "Arcángel San Rafael", which is currently in the Julio Romero Museum. de Torres. It may be that as a form of gratitude, Julio Romero photographed the mayor's wife, Mrs. Ana González Oronotz. We thank Doña Mercedes Valverde for her help in cataloging this work Measurements: 90 x 100 cm

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba (1874 / 1930) "Portrait of Doña Ana González de Oronotz"
        Nov. 02, 2022

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Córdoba (1874 / 1930) "Portrait of Doña Ana González de Oronotz"

        Est: €135,000 - €180,000

        Oil and tempera on canvas Signed on the lower left side. Signed on the back The portrayed woman was the wife of Don José Cruz-Conde, (1878-1939), son of Antonio Cruz Fustegueras and María Conde y Luque. He was mayor of Córdoba from April 1, 1924 to 1926, as well as Civil Governor of the province of Seville and Commissioner of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. He was the Favorite Son of Córdoba. The work can be placed around this time of 1924-1926, when as mayor of the city he commissioned Julio Romero de Torres in 1925 for the municipality, the large painting entitled "Arcángel San Rafael", which is currently in the Julio Romero Museum de Torres. It may be that as a form of gratitude, Julio Romero portrayed the mayor's wife, Doña Ana González Oronotz. We thank Doña Mercedes Valverde for her help in cataloging this work Measurements: 90 x 100 cm

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES. Cordoba (1874 / 1930). "Young Man of the Rose". 40 x 35 cm.
        Apr. 05, 2022

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES. Cordoba (1874 / 1930). "Young Man of the Rose". 40 x 35 cm.

        Est: €67,500 - €90,000

        Signed in the upper left corner. On the frame "painted in tempera". Work included in the catalogue of the artist's exhibition held at the Fundación Cultural Mapfre Vida, Madrid -October 1993, p.30. Work that formed part of the anthological exhibition of the artist in 1980 organised by the Banco Bilbao. Tempera on canvas. 40 x 35 cm

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      • Lot withdrawn: please contact Bonhams for more information about this lot
        Mar. 30, 2022

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        Est: -

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Córdoba, 1874 - 1930) "Female portrait", 1900-1905. Pencil and charcoal on paper.
        Dec. 21, 2021

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Córdoba, 1874 - 1930) "Female portrait", 1900-1905. Pencil and charcoal on paper.

        Est: €25,000 - €27,000

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Córdoba, 1874 - 1930) "Female portrait", 1900-1905. Pencil and charcoal on paper. Signed in the upper right corner. Measurements: 28 x 27 cm. 40.5 x 40.5 cm. (frame) The work corresponds to the portrait of a female figure from the short story "El Pecado de Claudina", published after winning the second prize in the literary contest of El Libro Popular. "El Pecado de Claudina" was written by José Reygadas and illustrated by Julio Romero de Torres, who made four drawings in addition to the one on the cover. The work was published on June 10, 1913, which allows us to date the creation of the work we present. Julio Romero de Torres was born in an intellectual and artistic environment, which decidedly favored his vocation. His father, Rafael Romero de Barros, was also a painter and curator of the Museum of Fine Arts in Cordoba. Julio Romero began his training in 1884, combining classes at the Conservatory of Music with his father's drawing and painting classes. In 1890 we find his first known work, "La huerta de Morales", and in 1895 he entered for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts, with "Mira qué bonita era", a work that earned him an honorable mention and was acquired by the State. In 1897 he opted for the Rome prize, although he did not win the scholarship, and in 1902 he began his teaching career at the School of Fine Arts in Cordoba. The following year he moved to Madrid to learn first hand about the mural painting of the symbolists, after receiving his first major commission, a series of murals dedicated to the arts for the Círculo de la Amista de Córdoba. In this project his work still shows the influence of Puvis de Chavannes. Julio Romero then remained in Madrid, in contact with the circle of Valle-Inclán and Machado, frequenting the gatherings of the Café de Levante while maturing his own style. In 1906 he sent "Vividoras del amor" to the Nacional, a work that was rejected because of its scandalous theme. In Madrid he will become known through exhibitions such as the one at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in 1907, and he matures the idea of a trip to Europe that will mark a definitive change in his language, a clear desire for change. He continues to participate in the National Exhibitions, and in 1908 his work "The Gypsy Muse" is acquired by the State and earns him a first medal. This triumph will make that his paintings are sent to exhibitions held abroad, in Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. The definitive recognition came in 1910, when he was awarded the Order of Alfonso X the Wise and was appointed inspector of the delegation and royal commissariat at the Art Exhibition in Rome. The following year he was awarded the gold medal at the National Fine Arts of Barcelona, and shortly after he was appointed full member of the Academy of Sciences, Fine and Noble Arts of Cordoba. Julio Romero, however, continued to live in Madrid, frequenting the Café Pombo gathering since 1913. Two years later a special room was dedicated to him at the National Exhibition, and in 1916 he was appointed professor at the Academy of San Fernando. During these years of success and recognition, his studio, in Madrid's Pelayo Street, became the center of gatherings and meetings. However, in 1928 he was forced to return to Cordoba for health reasons, although this did not prevent him from continuing to paint in his studio in the Plaza del Potro. In fact, in 1930, the same year of his death, he participated in the Ibero-American Exposition of Seville with a total of twenty-eight paintings. Although, like many of his contemporaries, Julio Romero began his career cultivating a regionalist work that would evolve along the lines of symbolism, the master would reach the maturity of his personal style around 1912, with a language that combines the Andalusian popular feeling and authentic folklore with the Renaissance tradition of Italian art.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Poster of the fair of Cordoba", 1913. Lithograph on paper.
        Dec. 21, 2021

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Poster of the fair of Cordoba", 1913. Lithograph on paper.

        Est: €700 - €900

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Poster of the fair of Cordoba", 1913. Lithograph on paper. The Julio Romero de Torres Museum conserves the original painting, made in oil and tempera. Measurements: 220 x 122 cm; 231 x 133 cm (frame). Poster printed by J. Ortega from the design created by Julio Romero de Torres, today conserved in the Julio Romero de Torres Museum in Cordoba. The poster has a program of the fair at the bottom, with the inscription "Gran Feria de Nuestra Señora de la Salud, festivity celebrated in the city of Cordoba in the days from May 25 to June 1, 1913 ...". Julio Romero de Torres' relationship with lettering is well known, although he participated in several advertising campaigns with his designs, he was also involved in the representation of the posters for the Cordoba Fair, which he did in 1912 for the first time, 1913 in relation to the present work and once again in 1916. Julio Romero de Torres was born in an intellectual and artistic environment, which decidedly favored his vocation. His father, Rafael Romero de Barros, was also a painter and curator of the Museum of Fine Arts in Cordoba. Julio Romero began his training in 1884, combining classes at the Conservatory of Music with his father's drawing and painting classes. In 1890 we find his first known work, "La huerta de Morales", and in 1895 he entered for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts, with "Mira qué bonita era", a work that earned him an honorable mention and was acquired by the State. In 1897 he opted for the Rome prize, although he did not win the scholarship, and in 1902 he began his teaching career at the School of Fine Arts in Cordoba. The following year he moved to Madrid to learn first hand about the mural painting of the symbolists, after receiving his first major commission, a series of murals dedicated to the arts for the Círculo de la Amista de Córdoba. In this project his work still shows the influence of Puvis de Chavannes. Julio Romero then remained in Madrid, in contact with the circle of Valle-Inclán and Machado, frequenting the gatherings of the Café de Levante while maturing his own style. In 1906 he sent "Vividoras del amor" to the Nacional, a work that was rejected because of its scandalous theme. In Madrid he will become known through exhibitions such as the one at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in 1907, and he matures the idea of a trip to Europe that will mark a definitive change in his language, a clear desire for change. He continues to participate in the National Exhibitions, and in 1908 his work "The Gypsy Muse" is acquired by the State and earns him a first medal. This triumph will make that his paintings are sent to exhibitions held abroad, in Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. The definitive recognition came in 1910, when he was awarded the Order of Alfonso X the Wise and was appointed inspector of the delegation and royal commissariat at the Art Exhibition in Rome. The following year he was awarded the gold medal at the National Fine Arts of Barcelona, and shortly after he was appointed full member of the Academy of Sciences, Fine and Noble Arts of Cordoba. Julio Romero, however, continued to live in Madrid, frequenting the Café Pombo gathering since 1913. Two years later a special room was dedicated to him at the National Exhibition, and in 1916 he was appointed professor at the Academy of San Fernando. During these years of success and recognition, his studio, in Madrid's Pelayo Street, became the center of gatherings and meetings. However, in 1928 he was forced to return to Cordoba for health reasons, although this did not prevent him from continuing to paint in his studio in the Plaza del Potro. In fact, in 1930, the same year of his death, he participated in the Ibero-American Exposition of Seville with a total of twenty-eight paintings.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Arab looking at the sea", ca.1903. Oil on panel.
        Dec. 21, 2021

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Arab looking at the sea", ca.1903. Oil on panel.

        Est: €18,000 - €20,000

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Arab looking at the sea", ca.1903. Oil on panel. Work registered in "The splendor of the dawn; Julio Romero de Torres", 2016 p.26. Signed and located in the lower left corner. Measurements: 22.5 x 13.5 cm; 42.5 x 33 cm (frame). In 1903, Julio Romero de Torres undertook a trip to Morocco with his brother Enrique Romero. Both explored the city which influenced Julio's painting, who dedicated several works inspired by orientalism, an example of this is his painting La Monta, Calle de Tánger, and this work where you can appreciate both the theme of oriental inspiration, as a type of loose brushstroke characteristic of the time. Julio Romero de Torres was born in an intellectual and artistic environment, which decidedly favored his vocation. His father, Rafael Romero de Barros, was also a painter and curator of the Museum of Fine Arts in Cordoba. Julio Romero began his training in 1884, combining classes at the Conservatory of Music with his father's drawing and painting classes. In 1890 we find his first known work, "La huerta de Morales", and in 1895 he entered for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts, with "Mira qué bonita era", a work that earned him an honorable mention and was acquired by the State. In 1897 he opted for the Rome prize, although he did not win the scholarship, and in 1902 he began his teaching career at the School of Fine Arts in Cordoba. The following year he moved to Madrid to learn first hand about the mural painting of the symbolists, after receiving his first major commission, a series of murals dedicated to the arts for the Círculo de la Amista de Córdoba. In this project his work still shows the influence of Puvis de Chavannes. Julio Romero then remained in Madrid, in contact with the circle of Valle-Inclán and Machado, frequenting the gatherings of the Café de Levante while maturing his own style. In 1906 he sent "Vividoras del amor" to the Nacional, a work that was rejected because of its scandalous theme. In Madrid he will become known through exhibitions such as the one at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in 1907, and he matures the idea of a trip to Europe that will mark a definitive change in his language, a clear desire for change. He continues to participate in the National Exhibitions, and in 1908 his work "The Gypsy Muse" is acquired by the State and earns him a first medal. This triumph will make that his paintings are sent to exhibitions held abroad, in Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. The definitive recognition came in 1910, when he was awarded the Order of Alfonso X the Wise and was appointed inspector of the delegation and royal commissariat at the Art Exhibition in Rome. The following year he was awarded the gold medal at the National Fine Arts of Barcelona, and shortly after he was appointed full member of the Academy of Sciences, Fine and Noble Arts of Cordoba. Julio Romero, however, continued to live in Madrid, frequenting the Café Pombo gathering since 1913. Two years later a special room was dedicated to him at the National Exhibition, and in 1916 he was appointed professor at the Academy of San Fernando. During these years of success and recognition, his studio, in Madrid's Pelayo Street, became the center of gatherings and meetings. However, in 1928 he was forced to return to Cordoba for health reasons, although this did not prevent him from continuing to paint in his studio in the Plaza del Potro. In fact, in 1930, the same year of his death, he participated in the Ibero-American Exposition of Seville with a total of twenty-eight paintings. Although, like many of his contemporaries, Julio Romero began his career cultivating a regionalist work that would evolve along the lines of symbolism.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Marina Sansano
        Oct. 27, 2021

        Julio Romero de Torres. Marina Sansano

        Est: -

        Óleo y temple sobre lienzo. Firmado en el ángulo central izquierdo. Al dorso: "J. Romero de Torres pintado al óleo y al temple". Procedencia: - Exposición en la sala Mundi-Art, (Barcelona). - Saskia-Sotheby's Subastas de Arte. Lote número 37 de la subasta celebrada el 11 de noviembre de 1975, Madrid.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Portrait of Rafael Romero", circa 1917. Tempera and oil on canvas.
        Sep. 29, 2021

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Portrait of Rafael Romero", circa 1917. Tempera and oil on canvas.

        Est: €40,000 - €50,000

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Cordoba, 1874 - 1930). "Portrait of Rafael Romero", circa 1917. Tempera and oil on canvas. Certificate of authenticity issued by Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil can be issued at the buyer's expense. Measurements: 35 x 33,5 cm; 53,5 x 48 cm (frame). Provenance: Private collection, St. Louis, Missouri. Jack Parker Fine Arts and Antiques, St. Louis, Missouri, until 1996. Philip and Stacey Backus Fine Art, Houston, Texas, until 2003. Private collection. Private collection, Madrid. A male portrait with pronounced features and a penetrating gaze which, despite its small size and the fact that little can be seen of the sitter, thanks to the colour and drawing, conveys a great intensity and expressiveness that captivates the viewer. The protagonist of the scene, wearing a Cordovan hat, is the son of the artist Rafael Romero Pellicer. This work is probably a study in expression by the artist, as he used this same composition in his 1917 painting "La Malagueña", which was exhibited at the Majestic Hall in 1919. It features Amalia the Gypsy, the artist's muse, and her son on the right-hand side of the composition, both portrayed full-length. In the present work, despite the similarities of the face and clothing with the painting mentioned above, there is less space between the face and the position of the hand, a characteristic which in "La Malagueña" is conditioned by the presence of the woman and the compositional harmony between the two figures in the scene. Julio Romero de Torres was born into an intellectual and artistic environment, a fact which strongly favoured his vocation. His father, Rafael Romero de Barros, was also a painter and curator at the Museum of Fine Arts in Cordoba. Julio Romero began his training in 1884, combining classes at the Conservatory of Music with his father's drawing and painting classes. In 1890 he produced his first known work, "La huerta de Morales", and in 1895 he took part for the first time in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with "Mira qué bonita era", a work which won him an honourable mention and was acquired by the State. In 1897 he competed for the Rome prize, although he did not win the scholarship, and in 1902 he began his teaching career at the Cordoba School of Fine Arts. The following year he moved to Madrid to gain first-hand knowledge of the mural painting of the Symbolists after receiving his first major commission, a series of murals dedicated to the arts for the Círculo de la Amista in Cordoba. In this project his work still shows the influence of Puvis de Chavannes. Julio Romero then remained in Madrid, in contact with the circle of Valle-Inclán and the Machados family, frequenting the gatherings of the Café de Levante while he matured his own style. In 1906 he sent "Vividoras del amor" to the Nacional, a work that was rejected because of its scandalous subject matter. In Madrid he made himself known through exhibitions such as the one at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in 1907, and the idea of a trip to Europe was maturing, which would mark a definitive change in his language, a clear desire for change. He continued to take part in the National Exhibitions, and in 1908 his work "The Gypsy Muse" was acquired by the State and won him his first medal. This triumph led to his paintings being sent to exhibitions held abroad, in Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. His definitive recognition came in 1910, when he was awarded the encomienda de la Orden de Alfonso X el Sabio and was appointed inspector of the royal delegation and curatorship at the Rome Art Exhibition. The following year he was awarded the gold medal at the National Fine Arts Competition in Barcelona, and shortly afterwards he was made a full member of the Academy of Sciences, Fine and Noble Arts of Cordoba. Julio Romero continued to live in Madrid, however, and from 1913 onwards he frequented the café Pombo.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'
        Jan. 04, 2021

        Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'

        Est: €140 - €280

        Technik: s/w Fotografie, Datierung: um 1920, Signatur: unten rechts, Papieretikett auf der Rückseite 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Maße mit Rahmen: 20 x 22,5 cm, Zustand: gut, Rahmen min. bestoßen + Technique: b/w photography, Date: ca. 1920, Signature: on right bottom side, paper label on backside 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Dimensions with frame: 20 x 22.5 cm / 7.87 x 8.86', Condition: good, frame with small chips

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • Julio Romero de Torres. Marina Sansano
        Oct. 29, 2020

        Julio Romero de Torres. Marina Sansano

        Est: -

        Óleo y temple sobre lienzo. Firmado en el ángulo central izquierdo. Al dorso: "J. Romero de Torres pintado al óleo y al temple". Procedencia: - Exposición en la sala Mundi-Art, (Barcelona). - Saskia-Sotheby's Subastas de Arte. Lote número 37 de la subasta celebrada el 11 de noviembre de 1975, Madrid.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'
        Oct. 05, 2020

        Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'

        Est: €140 - €280

        Technik: s/w Fotografie, Datierung: um 1920, Signatur: unten rechts, Papieretikett auf der Rückseite 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Maße mit Rahmen: 20 x 22,5 cm, Zustand: gut, Rahmen min. bestoßen + Technique: b/w photography, Date: ca. 1920, Signature: on right bottom side, paper label on backside 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Dimensions with frame: 20 x 22.5 cm / 7.87 x 8.86', Condition: good, frame with small chips

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930), Portrait of a Lady
        Jul. 22, 2020

        Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930), Portrait of a Lady

        Est: $10,000 - $25,000

        Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930) Untitled (Portrait of a Lady). Oil on canvas. Unframed. Size: 24'' x 20'' x '' (61 x 51 x cm). Provenance: Ex. Michael Lawrence Collection, Philadelphia, PA; Private Collection.

        Material Culture
      • Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'
        Jul. 06, 2020

        Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'

        Est: €140 - €280

        Technik: s/w Fotografie, Datierung: um 1920, Signatur: unten rechts, Papieretikett auf der Rückseite 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Maße mit Rahmen: 20 x 22,5 cm, Zustand: gut, Rahmen min. bestoßen + Technique: b/w photography, Date: ca. 1920, Signature: on right bottom side, paper label on backside 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Dimensions with frame: 20 x 22.5 cm / 7.87 x 8.86', Condition: good, frame with small chips

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES- Portrait of Aurora Semprún Ramos
        Jun. 02, 2020

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES- Portrait of Aurora Semprún Ramos

        Est: -

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES Cordoba 1874 - 1930 Portrait of Aurora Semprún Ramos Oil and tempera on canvas Signed and dedicated Size 47 x 54 cm Origin: - Eduardo Semprún Collection, h. 1906 - Manuel Barbié Gallery, Barcelona, 1975. - Private collection, Madrid. The represented one is the young Aurora Semprún Ramos, daughter of Dr. Semprún before a seascape of Comillas, where the family spent the summer season and summer resort for the royal family and the Spanish aristocracy in the first thirty years of the twentieth century .

        Subastas Segre
      • Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'
        Jan. 04, 2020

        Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'

        Est: €140 - €280

        Technik: s/w Fotografie, Datierung: um 1920, Signatur: unten rechts, Prägestempel Monogramm 'JRT', Papieretikett auf der Rückseite 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Maße mit Rahmen: 20 x 22,5 cm, Zustand: gut, Rahmen min. bestoßen + Technique: b/w photography, Date: ca. 1920, Signature: on right bottom side embossed monogram 'JRT', paper label on backside 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Dimensions with frame: 20 x 22.5 cm / 7.87 x 8.86', Condition: good, frame with small chips

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'
        Jan. 04, 2020

        Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930), gerahmte Fotographie, wohl 'Dora La Cordobesita'

        Est: €140 - €280

        Technik: s/w Fotografie, Datierung: um 1920, Signatur: unten rechts, Papieretikett auf der Rückseite 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Maße mit Rahmen: 20 x 22,5 cm, Zustand: gut, Rahmen min. bestoßen + Technique: b/w photography, Date: ca. 1920, Signature: on right bottom side, paper label on backside 'ESPEJOS SUCESORES DE G. PEREANTON, CUESTA DE SANTO DOMINGO 1', Dimensions with frame: 20 x 22.5 cm / 7.87 x 8.86', Condition: good, frame with small chips

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower
        Jan. 02, 2020

        Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower

        Est: -

        Escuela andaluza ppios. siglo XX. Seguidor de Julio Romero de Torres (Córdoba, 1874-1930). "Retrato de joven", óleo sobre tabla, 26x20 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower
        Jan. 02, 2020

        Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower

        Est: -

        Escuela andaluza ppios. siglo XX. Seguidor de Julio Romero de Torres (Córdoba, 1874-1930). "Retrato de joven", óleo sobre tabla, 26x20 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Córdoba, 1874 - 1930 Niña en el jardín. Circa 1892-1893. Oil on board.
        Dec. 18, 2019

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Córdoba, 1874 - 1930 Niña en el jardín. Circa 1892-1893. Oil on board.

        Est: -

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Córdoba,1874 - 1930 Niña en el jardín. Hacia 1892-1893 Oleo sobre tabla de 16 x 24.5 cm. Firmado. Posiblemente se trate de Angelita, hermana pequeña del pintor, en el jardín de la casa familiar en Córdoba. Agradecemos a Dña Mercedes Valverde su generosa ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra. English Translation JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES (Córdoba, 1874 - 1930 Niña en el jardín. Circa 1892-1893. Oil on board.

        Sala Retiro Subastas
      • Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower
        Dec. 17, 2019

        Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower

        Est: -

        Escuela andaluza ppios. siglo XX. Seguidor de Julio Romero de Torres (Córdoba, 1874-1930). "Retrato de joven", óleo sobre tabla, 26x20 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower
        Dec. 17, 2019

        Early 20th century Andalusian school. Julio Romero de Torres follower

        Est: -

        Escuela andaluza ppios. siglo XX. Seguidor de Julio Romero de Torres (Córdoba, 1874-1930). "Retrato de joven", óleo sobre tabla, 26x20 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930) The slave oil and tempera on canvas 33 x 24 ½ in. (83.8 x 62.2 cm.)
        Jul. 11, 2019

        Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930) The slave oil and tempera on canvas 33 x 24 ½ in. (83.8 x 62.2 cm.)

        Est: £20,000 - £30,000

        Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930) The slave signed ‘JULIO ROMERO/DE TORRES (lower right); and further signed and inscribed ‘JULIO ROMERO/DE TORRES/PINTADO AL ÓLEO Y AL TEMPLE.’ (on the reverse) oil and tempera on canvas 33 x 24 ½ in. (83.8 x 62.2 cm.) Painted circa 1925-1929.

        Christie's
      • Julio Romero de Torres Córdoba 1880 - 1930 Illustration Wash ink and gouache drawing on paper Signed. On the back, partially illegible inscriptio and stamp of López Editor, from Barcelona 24x14.5 cm
        Jun. 06, 2018

        Julio Romero de Torres Córdoba 1880 - 1930 Illustration Wash ink and gouache drawing on paper Signed. On the back, partially illegible inscriptio and stamp of López Editor, from Barcelona 24x14.5 cm

        Est: €1,800 - €2,500

        Julio Romero de Torres Córdoba 1880 - 1930 Illustration Wash ink and gouache drawing on paper Signed. On the back, partially illegible inscriptio and stamp of López Editor, from Barcelona 24x14.5 cm

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      • ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Dama con sombrero". Pastel. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Etiqueta al dorso de exposición en Fundación Caixa de Cataluña. Obra realizada entre los años 1896-1899. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: reproducido en la obra "Julio Romero de Torres, desde la Plaza del Potro", VVAA, Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba, 1994. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra. 49 x 36 cm
        May. 24, 2018

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Dama con sombrero". Pastel. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Etiqueta al dorso de exposición en Fundación Caixa de Cataluña. Obra realizada entre los años 1896-1899. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: reproducido en la obra "Julio Romero de Torres, desde la Plaza del Potro", VVAA, Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba, 1994. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra. 49 x 36 cm

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Dama con sombrero". Pastel. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Etiqueta al dorso de exposición en Fundación Caixa de Cataluña. Obra realizada entre los años 1896-1899. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: reproducido en la obra "Julio Romero de Torres, desde la Plaza del Potro", VVAA, Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba, 1994. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra. 49 x 36 cm

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      • ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "La madre del pintor". Dibujo. Firmado en el ángulo superior derecho. La retratada es Doña Rosario de Torres Delgado, madre de Julio Romero de Torres. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: reproducido en la obra "Julio Romero de Torres, desde la Plaza del Potro", VVAA, Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba, 1994. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra. 21 cm. diámetro
        May. 24, 2018

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "La madre del pintor". Dibujo. Firmado en el ángulo superior derecho. La retratada es Doña Rosario de Torres Delgado, madre de Julio Romero de Torres. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: reproducido en la obra "Julio Romero de Torres, desde la Plaza del Potro", VVAA, Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba, 1994. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra. 21 cm. diámetro

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "La madre del pintor". Dibujo. Firmado en el ángulo superior derecho. La retratada es Doña Rosario de Torres Delgado, madre de Julio Romero de Torres. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: reproducido en la obra "Julio Romero de Torres, desde la Plaza del Potro", VVAA, Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba, 1994. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra. 21 cm. diámetro

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Portrait of Teresa
        Mar. 20, 2018

        Julio Romero de Torres. Portrait of Teresa

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Retrato de Teresa de la Cruz". Óleo y temple sobre lienzo. Firmado en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Firmado también al dorso. Ligero piquete en el centro inferior. Obra realizada en 1920. Citada en un artículo de Guillermo de Torres publicado en la revista "Grecia" el 20 de febrero de 1920. Obra reproducida en el catálogo de la exposición celebrada en la Galería Witcomb de Buenos Aires, Calle Florida nº 364, en septiembre de 1922, donde figura con el número 3 de los veintiseis cuadros que expuso. El catálogo fue prologado por Ramón María del Valle-Inclán y fue la primera exposición individual de Julio Romero de Torres en Buenos Aires que constituyó un gran éxito de ventas. La realización de este retrato se debe a la amistad que tuvo Julio Romero de Torres con la escritora chilena al frecuentar ambos los círculos intelectuales de Valle-Inclán, Gómez de la Serna y otros artistas de la vanguardia literaria. La retratada se introdujo en estos círculos gracias a la amistad de Rafael Cansinos Assens con los literatos chilenos Vicente Huidobro y Joaquín Edwards Bello. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa colaboración para la catalogación de esta obra. 93 x 75 cm

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      • Julio Romero de Torres Córdoba 1880 - 1930 "En Jueves Santo"
        Oct. 25, 2017

        Julio Romero de Torres Córdoba 1880 - 1930 "En Jueves Santo"

        Est: €30,000 -

        Julio Romero de Torres Córdoba 1880 - 1930 "En Jueves Santo" Oil and tempera on canvas Firmado y titulado. En el reverso, firmado y titulado: "Julio Romero de Torres. Pintado al óleo y al temple. En Jueves Saint". Agradecemos la colaboración desinteresada de la especialista en el artista, Mercedes Valverde Candil, imprescindible para la catalogación de esta obra 78,3x63,8 cm Julio Romero de Torres Córdoba 1880 - 1930 "En Jueves Santo" Óleo y temple sobre lienzo Firmado y titulado. En el reverso, firmado y titulado: "Julio Romero de Torres. Pintado al óleo y al temple. En Jueves Santo". Agradecemos la colaboración desinteresada de la especialista en el artista, Mercedes Valverde Candil, imprescindible para la catalogación de esta obra 78,3x63,8 cm

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      • Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930) - Fuente Santa
        Jul. 13, 2017

        Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930) - Fuente Santa

        Est: £30,000 - £40,000

        Julio Romero de Torres (Spanish, 1874-1930) Fuente Santa oil on canvas 32½ x 24¼ in. (83 x 62 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Julio Romero de Torres. Señorita Berot
        Mar. 23, 2017

        Julio Romero de Torres. Señorita Berot

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Señorita Berot". Óleo y temple sobre lienzo. 69 x 52 cm. Firmado en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Al dorso "Julio Romero de Torres. Pintado al óleo y al temple". BIBLIOGRAFÍA: reproducido en la obra "Julio Romero de Torres. Símbolo, materia y obsesión". Página 105. A principios del siglo XX existían en Córdoba los talleres mecánicos Berot. Es probable que la retratada sea hija de los propietarios de dichos talleres, pertenecientes a la alta sociedad cordobesa de la época.Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su generosa y amable colaboración en la catalogación de esta obra.

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      • 19th CENTURY SPANISH SCHOOL. JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES FOLLOWER
        Mar. 02, 2017

        19th CENTURY SPANISH SCHOOL. JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES FOLLOWER

        Est: -

        ESCUELA ESPAÑOLA SIGLO XIX Seguidor de Julio Romero de Torres (Córdoba, 1874-1930). "Mujer con botijo", óleo sobre lienzo, 80x60 cm.

        Sala de Ventas
      • Julio Romero de Torres. Boy portrait
        Feb. 23, 2017

        Julio Romero de Torres. Boy portrait

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Retrato del niño Mariano Rodríguez de Rivas". Óleo sobre lienzo pegado a cartón. 26 x 20 cm. Al dorso incripción que reza "Retrato del niño Mariano Rodríguez de Rivas a la edad de 10 años. Debido al pintor Julio Romero de Torres, enseñando a la señorita Antonia,hermana del retratado". Mariano fue abogado, escritor, periodista y a partir de 1945, director del Museo Romántico, conservador de la Casa del Greco en Toledo y de la Casa de Cervantes en Valladolid, llevando a cabo el legado del Marqués de la Vega-Inclán.Su hermana Antonia, como figura al dorso, seguramente fue discípula de Julio Romero en la Escuela Especial de Pintura y Escultura de Madrid (hoy de Bellas Artes de San Fernando) donde el pintor cordobés fue profesor de ropajes y le sirvió de modelo en algunas de sus composiciones. La obra puede fecharse hacia 1923 año en el que,como se indica en el reverso de la obra, el niño tenía 10 años. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable y generosa colaboración en la catalogación de éste lote.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Granadina
        Feb. 23, 2017

        Julio Romero de Torres. Granadina

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Granadina". Óleo sobre lienzo. 75 x 55 cm. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Al dorso firmado "Julio Romero de Torres. Pintado al óleo y al óleo". Etiqueta de la Galería Witcomb,Buenos Aires, al dorso en el bastidor. Bibliografía: esta obra aparece reproducida a toda página y a color en la obra de Pedro Massa "Romero de Torres" editada por Luis D. Álvarez, Buenos Aires. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable ayuda para la catalogación de este lote.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Brunette woman
        Jan. 26, 2017

        Julio Romero de Torres. Brunette woman

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Amarantina". Óleo sobre lienzo. 37 x 34 cm. Firmado en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Estudio de expresión para el retrato de la bailarina sevillana Elisa Muñiz "Amarantina". Agradecemos la amable ayuda de Doña Mercedes Valverde en la catalogación de este lote.

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      • JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES. Oil on canvas
        Jan. 25, 2017

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES. Oil on canvas

        Est: -

        JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES 1874 Córdoba 1930 Retrato Óleo sobre lienzo Firmado. Estudiado y catalogado por Dña. Mercedes Valverde, directora de los Museos Municipales de Córdoba (Museo Julio Romero de Torres, Museo taurino, Alcázar de los Reyes cristianos y Baños del Alcázar califal). 28 x 23 cm

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Portrait of Ana Díaz
        Dec. 22, 2016

        Julio Romero de Torres. Portrait of Ana Díaz

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Retrato de Ana Díaz". Óleo y temple sobre lienzo oval. 71 x 54 cm. Firmado en lado izquierdo. Firmado en reverso. La presente obra es un retrato de la escritora Ana Díaz, autora del libro "Guía de Cortesanas en Madrid y Provincias", en cuya portada aparece representado. En la última página de dicha publicación, la 243, aparece impresa la dedicatoria "este libro dedico a Julio Romero de Torres, en pintura, extremado; en bondad, sin par, que inmovilizó en el lienzo los últimos resplandores de mi juventud, antes de que se marchitara, sujetando al tiempo en el breve espacio de una tela.- Primavera de los mil novecientos y veintiún años...". Asímismo con letra autógrafa en la segunda página aparece en el libro la siguiente dedicatoria "a Julio Romero de Torres con todo el afecto de Anita (Asturias 12 de Agosto 921)".La retratada tradujo el libro "Carta de guía de casados" de Francisco Manuel de Mello, 1916, y también fue autora de "La entretenida indiscreta" de 1920. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su ayuda en la catalogación de esta obra.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Granadina
        Nov. 24, 2016

        Julio Romero de Torres. Granadina

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Granadina". Óleo sobre lienzo. 75 x 55 cm. Firmado en el ángulo inferior derecho. Al dorso firmado "Julio Romero de Torres. Pintado al óleo y al óleo". Etiqueta de la Galería Witcomb,Buenos Aires, al dorso en el bastidor. Bibliografía: esta obra aparece reproducida a toda página y a color en la obra de Pedro Massa "Romero de Torres" editada por Luis D. Álvarez, Buenos Aires. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable ayuda para la catalogación de este lote.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Mrs.Oteyza portrait
        Nov. 24, 2016

        Julio Romero de Torres. Mrs.Oteyza portrait

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "La señorita Maria Luisa Oteyza". Óleo y temple sobre lienzo. 35 x 35,5 cm. Firmado y dedicado "Al amigo Luis de Oteyza. J. Romero de Torres" en el ángulo superior derecho. La retratada es Doña Maria Luisa Oteyza hija de Don Luis de Oteyza embajador de la República de España en Venezuela durante los años 1934-1936.Se adjunta certificado expedido por Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil de fecha 19 de enero de 2004. Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su amable colaboración para la catalogación de esta obra.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Lady of the poppies
        Oct. 27, 2016

        Julio Romero de Torres. Lady of the poppies

        Est: -

        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "La dama de las amapolas". Óleo sobre paleta de pintor. 33,5 x 23,5 cm. Firmado en el ángulo superior derecho.

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      • Julio Romero de Torres. Moroccan carachter
        Sep. 22, 2016

        Julio Romero de Torres. Moroccan carachter

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        ROMERO DE TORRES, JULIO (1874 - 1930). "Personaje marroquí". Óleo sobre lienzo. 43,5 x 27 cm. Firmado, localizado (Tánger) y dedicado "A D. Vicente Algarra recuerdo de una excursión a África" en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Obra realizada en el año 1903.Agradecemos a Doña Mercedes Valverde Candil su generosa ayuda para la catalogación de este lote.

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