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Painter, b. 1863 - d. 1923

Born in 1863, Spanish artist Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida is among the world's most renowned painters, with a history of works displayed at places like the J. Paul Getty Museum in California, the Petit Palais in Paris, and the Art Institute of Chicago. Bastida first studied art at the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia, and he later received a grant to study painting in Rome. Eventually, he was exposed to modern painting in Paris, which can be seen to have influenced many of Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida's prints.

Bastida used a range of painting techniques, including Impressionism and Pointillism. Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida's prints feature portraits and landscapes, with a particular attention to light. Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida paintings for sale, usually oil on canvas, are still sought by major collectors today. Add some light to your life by searching a variety of rare and collectible Impressionist art for sale at online auction houses.

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        • JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Bust of a gentleman", 1884
          Apr. 10, 2024

          JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Bust of a gentleman", 1884

          Est: €67,500 - €90,000

          "Bust of a gentleman", 1884 Oil on canvas adhered to a secondary support Signed and dated in the lower left part. Provenance: -Christie's New York, October 30, 1985, lot 220 -Christie's London, auction 7836, February 15, 1994 (label on the back of the frame) -Private collection, Madrid We thank Doña Blanca Pons- Sorolla for his help in cataloging this work, which will be included in the artist's catalog raisonnE with the inventory number BPS 691 Measurements: 52 x 41.7 cm

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        • Joaquin Sorolla Print on Paper
          Apr. 07, 2024

          Joaquin Sorolla Print on Paper

          Est: $8,000 - $10,000

          Joaquin Sorolla PRINT ON PAPER 31"X31"

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        • Joaquin Sorolla Y Bastida (1863-1923), Two female figures, Watercolor and gouache on paper, Image/Sheet: 7" H x 4" W
          Mar. 26, 2024

          Joaquin Sorolla Y Bastida (1863-1923), Two female figures, Watercolor and gouache on paper, Image/Sheet: 7" H x 4" W

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Joaquin Sorolla Y Bastida (1863-1923) Two female figures Watercolor and gouache on paper The artist's name partially visible on the back mat, possibly in another hand: Sorolla; inscribed in pen, again possibly in another hand, verso: UNU / NOS

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        • JOAQUIN SOROLLA - Copy of the torso of Christ by Velázquez
          Mar. 19, 2024

          JOAQUIN SOROLLA - Copy of the torso of Christ by Velázquez

          Est: -

          JOAQUIN SOROLLA Valencia 1863 - Cercedilla 1923 Copy of the torso of Christ by Velázquez. Madrid, h. 1883 Oil on canvas Measurements 75 x 50 cm Origin: - Amalio Gimeno, Madrid. - Dowager Countess of Gimeno, Madrid. - Durán auctions, November 12, 1976 (awarded for 150,000 pesetas). - Private collection, Palma de Mallorca. Inventories: P 1145; BPS 251 We thank Blanca Pons-Sorolla for her help in cataloging this work (FPS CA17-5-1988). In 1881 Joaquín Sorolla made his first visit to the Prado Museum where he came into contact with the old Spanish masters. Such was his admiration for Velázquez's painting that he worked on the execution of several copies that served at the same time to teach and perfect his technique (Portrait of Mariana of Austria, Masaveu collection; Menipo, Sorolla Museum, among others). The artist kept these studio copies for himself in a folder throughout his life, "as pleasant witnesses of those unforgettable days dedicated to the cult, following in this so many of his companions, by the greatest of the world's painters" ( Bernardino de Pantorba, The life and work of Joaquín Sorolla, 1953, p. 16)

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "The arrival of the fishing, Valencia", ca. 1900. Oil on panel. Dedicated, signed and initialed in the lower right corner
          Mar. 12, 2024

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "The arrival of the fishing, Valencia", ca. 1900. Oil on panel. Dedicated, signed and initialed in the lower right corner

          Est: €45,000 - €50,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "The arrival of the fishing, Valencia", ca. 1900. Oil on panel. Dedicated, signed and initialed in the lower right corner: "To the friend Viguer / J. Sorolla". Certified by Blanca Pons Sorolla. Measurements: 10 x 14,5 cm; 46,5 x 55 cm (frame). In this small oil painting Sorolla's enormous plastic gifts are concentrated. Next to a sailboat stranded on the shore, a group of women are lined up who turn their backs to look at the horizon. Their blue and red scarves cover their shoulders, and their black hair is trimmed in front of a sea edged with foam. It is a bold and fully modern composition, in which Sorolla employs tight, swift and generous touches. The swift, dense brushstrokes permeate the scene with a cadence of their own, vibrant as the lights of the Mediterranean, immortalizing the simple beauty of the daily encounter of the women of a seaside town. This tablet was a gift from Sorolla to Luis Viguer, owner of the Casa Viguer dedicated to the sale of artistic products or painting materials that Sorolla often used, which was located at 24 Corregería Street, Valencia. Already in his school days, Joaquín Sorolla showed his fondness for drawing and painting, attending in the afternoons to the drawing classes taught by the sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Artisans. Awarded upon finishing his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Carlos in Valencia in 1879. Also, during his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco at the Prado Museum. Two years later he obtained a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which stimulated him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, in 1885 Sorolla left for Rome, staying in Paris for several months before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master will abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had been awarded a prize at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his works, more cheerful and pleasant, with which he would achieve international fame. In 1906 he held his first individual exhibition at the George Petit Gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton Gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla gave rise to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases destined to illustrate, on the walls of the Hispanic Society, the regions of Spain. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum and the one that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles...

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        • JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Backlight. Woman watering", h.1900
          Mar. 04, 2024

          JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Backlight. Woman watering", h.1900

          Est: €120,000 - €160,000

          Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower right J. Sorolla. Work probably made in a patio of the Casitas del Cabañal, Valencia. Certificate of authenticity from Blanca Pons Sorolla dated February 8, 2012 is attached. This work will be included in the catalog raisonnE in preparation of Blanca Pons Sorolla with the reference BPS3769 Measurements: 63. 3 38.5cm

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Cutted flowers", 1882. Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Attached certificate issued by Blanca Pons-Sorolla.
          Jan. 15, 2024

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Cutted flowers", 1882. Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Attached certificate issued by Blanca Pons-Sorolla.

          Est: €80,000 - €90,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Cutted flowers", 1882. Oil on panel. Signed in the lower right corner. Attached certificate issued by Blanca Pons-Sorolla. Measurements: 25 x 45 cm; 35 x 55 cm (frame). This artistic creation is located in the decade of 1880, framed in the first phase of the artist while he was in Valencia. During this period, he was inclined towards genre, mythological, orientalist and historical themes, in accordance with the preferences of the time. During those years, Sorolla visited Madrid and the Prado Museum on several occasions, immersed in the study of the great masters. In this initial phase of defining his style, the influence of the realists is evident in his brushwork, although his skill in capturing the essence of realism and the vivacity of color was already distinguished. During this period, the capture of natural light acquires a prominent importance in his work, developing a unique ability to capture its effects in an authentic way. The work in question is part of this formative stage of the painter, in which teachers required him to adhere to the forms learned at the Academy, being criticized in many cases due to its deviation from the classical schemes. The painting focuses on a group of flowers and leaves in the foreground, displaying vivid and vibrant colors against a background that suggests the characteristic beach that can be glimpsed at the end of the composition, thus contributing to Sorolla's distinctive legacy. Already in his school days, Joaquín Sorolla demonstrated his fondness for drawing and painting, attending drawing classes in the afternoons taught by sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Artisans. Awarded upon finishing his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Carlos in Valencia in 1879. Also, during his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco at the Prado Museum. Two years later he obtained a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which stimulated him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, in 1885 Sorolla left for Rome, staying in Paris for several months before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master will abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had been awarded a prize at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his works, more cheerful and pleasant, with which he would achieve international fame. In 1906 he held his first individual exhibition at the George Petit Gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton Gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla led to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases destined to illustrate, on the walls of the Hispanic Society, the regions of Spain. Trying to capture the essence of the lands and people of his country, Sorolla traveled throughout Spain between 1911 and 1919, while continuing to hold exhibitions. Incapacitated by an attack of hemiplegia in 1921, Sorolla died two years later, without seeing his great "Vision of Spain", which would not be installed until 1926. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum and the one that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Fine Arts Museums of Bilbao and Valencia, the National Portrait Gallery in London and many others.

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        • Joaquin Sorolla. San Sebastian beach
          Dec. 27, 2023

          Joaquin Sorolla. San Sebastian beach

          Est: -

          Oil on panel. This work was painted in San Sebastián between the years 1889 and 1890. The brushstroke of this small panel anticipates the plasticity and ease of the works of the mature Sorolla. It appears in the catalog raisonné with the inventory number BPS3901. -Provenance: private collection of the artist Miguel Hernández Nájera (1864-1936), personal friend of Joaquín Sorolla. -Certificate: Attached is a certificate of authenticity issued by Doña Blanca Pons Sorolla. We thank Doña Blanca Pons Sorolla for her help in cataloging this work.

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        • Joaquín SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923)
          Dec. 19, 2023

          Joaquín SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923)

          Est: €1,000 - €1,500

          Joaquín SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) Study for Christ with Thorns c. 1884 Oil on canvas 35 x 27 cm

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "The arrival of the fishing, Valencia", ca. 1900. Oil on panel. Dedicated, signed and initialed in the lower right corner: "To the friend Viguer / J. Sorolla".
          Dec. 18, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "The arrival of the fishing, Valencia", ca. 1900. Oil on panel. Dedicated, signed and initialed in the lower right corner: "To the friend Viguer / J. Sorolla".

          Est: €60,000 - €70,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "The arrival of the fishing, Valencia", ca. 1900. Oil on panel. Dedicated, signed and initialed in the lower right corner: "To the friend Viguer / J. Sorolla". Certified by Blanca Pons Sorolla. Measurements: 10 x 14,5 cm; 46,5 x 55 cm (frame). In this small oil painting, Sorolla's enormous plastic gifts are concentrated. Next to a sailboat stranded on the shore, a group of women are lined up who turn their backs to look at the horizon. Their blue and red scarves cover their shoulders, and their black hair is trimmed in front of a sea edged with foam. It is a bold and fully modern composition, in which Sorolla employs tight, swift and generous touches. The swift, dense brushstrokes permeate the scene with a cadence of their own, vibrant as the lights of the Mediterranean, immortalizing the simple beauty of the daily encounter of the women of a seaside town. This tablet was a gift from Sorolla to Luis Viguer, owner of the Casa Viguer dedicated to the sale of artistic products or painting materials that Sorolla often used, which was located at 24 Corregería Street, Valencia. Already in his school days, Joaquín Sorolla showed his fondness for drawing and painting, attending in the afternoons to the drawing classes taught by the sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Artisans. Awarded upon finishing his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Carlos in Valencia in 1879. Also, during his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco at the Prado Museum. Two years later he obtained a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which stimulated him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, in 1885 Sorolla left for Rome, staying in Paris for several months before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master will abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had been awarded a prize at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his works, more cheerful and pleasant, with which he would achieve international fame. In 1906 he held his first individual exhibition at the George Petit Gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton Gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla gave rise to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases destined to illustrate, on the walls of the Hispanic Society, the regions of Spain. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum and the one that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles...

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Self-portrait", 1884. Charcoal on paper. Signed, dedicated ("Estado actual/de tu amigo/Sorolla a/su amigo/Pedro Gil, 1894") and dated in the right margin.
          Dec. 18, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Self-portrait", 1884. Charcoal on paper. Signed, dedicated ("Estado actual/de tu amigo/Sorolla a/su amigo/Pedro Gil, 1894") and dated in the right margin.

          Est: €14,000 - €18,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Self-portrait", 1884. Charcoal on paper. Signed, dedicated ("Estado actual/de tu amigo/Sorolla a/su amigo/Pedro Gil, 1894") and dated in the right margin. The paper has slight stains. Attached certificate issued by Blanca Pons Sorolla. Reproduced on the cover of the catalog of the Exhibition tribute to the painter Joaquín Sorolla on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of his death", Sala Parés, Barcelona, 1973. Measurements: 16 x 10 cm; 40 x 34 cm (frame). Sorolla painted about fifteen self-portraits during his life, most of which are preserved in the Sorolla Museum in Madrid. In this drawing, we see a middle-aged man, with a stern expression, looking straight ahead. Confident and somewhat active, he shows the high point of his career in which he finds himself. The stroke is energetic as is his brushstroke in the oils, testifying to a firm and resolute pulse. We can compare it with the paintings of the same period when he painted in his studio or on the beach, which was still his open-air studio. But the drawing, being dedicated to a friend, is imbued with a more spontaneous character. Already in his school days, Joaquín Sorolla showed his fondness for drawing and painting, attending drawing classes in the afternoons given by the sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Artisans. Awarded upon finishing his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Carlos in Valencia in 1879. Also, during his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco at the Prado Museum. Two years later he obtained a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which stimulated him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, in 1885 Sorolla left for Rome, staying in Paris for several months before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master will abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had been awarded a prize at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his works, more cheerful and pleasant, with which he would achieve international fame. In 1906 he held his first individual exhibition at the George Petit Gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton Gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla gave rise to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases destined to illustrate, on the walls of the Hispanic Society, the regions of Spain. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum and the one that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles...

          Setdart Auction House
        • After Joaquin Sorolla "Bathers" Enamel on Metal
          Dec. 10, 2023

          After Joaquin Sorolla "Bathers" Enamel on Metal

          Est: $200 - $400

          After Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, 1863-1923) "Bathers" Enamel on Metal Plaque, bearing "Sorolla" signature lower right. Image: 4" H x 5.5" W; frame: 12.5" H x 14.5" W. Provenance: From a 140 East 56th Street estate. Keywords: Impressionism, Nude figures, Artworks

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        • El regreso de la pesca: remolcando la barca
          Nov. 30, 2023

          El regreso de la pesca: remolcando la barca

          Est: -

          Siguiendo modelos de Joaquín Sorolla Bastida (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, 1923).

          Isbilya Subastas
        • Los paisajes de Sorolla. Libro de autor
          Nov. 30, 2023

          Los paisajes de Sorolla. Libro de autor

          Est: -

          Edición limitada y numerada. Ejemplar Nº: 2294 Editorial Planeta, ARTIKA en coedición con la Fundación Museo Sorolla, 2015. Contenido: Un Libro de Arte, encuadernado en tela de algodón que simula un lienzo, con la reproducción de un detalle del cuadro Vendimiando. Jerez (1914), nos descubre 71 dibujos, reproducidos en formato facsímil de temática paisajística, troquelados según los originales y pegados sobre el libro. La cuidada selección, realizada por el Museo Sorolla, muestra todos los tipos de paisaje que esbozó el artista y las diversas técnicas utilizadas: lápiz, carboncillo, tinta, clarión, acuarela o guache. El volumen se organiza en seis capítulos con desplegables de gran formato. Medidas: 35,3 x 45,6 cm. Un libro de Estudios, que por sí solo es una obra única, nos acerca a la vida y obra del artista, de la mano de los máximos expertos, entre los que destacan la bisnieta del pintor, Blanca Pons-Sorolla, investigadores del Museo Sorolla o el Jefe de Conservación de Pintura del siglo XIX del Museo del Prado. Medidas: 35 x 46 cm. Los paisajes de Sorolla incorpora dos láminas presentadas en Carpetas de Arte que se han concebido para poder ser expuestas de forma individual: Orillas del Tajo, Villaseca (1882-1888) y , Paisaje con río y dos torres (1882). Todos los elementos se presentan en un estuche, realizado de forma artesanal y compuesto por dos piezas de metacrilato de 2,5 cm de grosor, y con la firma del artista grabada. Perfecto estado de conservación. Mantiene caja de embalaje original.

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        • El Mar de Sorolla. Libro de autor
          Nov. 30, 2023

          El Mar de Sorolla. Libro de autor

          Est: -

          Edición única, limitada y numerada de 2.998 ejemplares, 2014. Ed. Artika, en coedición con la Fundación Museo Sorolla, Contenido: Un libro de gran formato, encuadernado en tela de algodón emulando la textura de un lienzo, contiene los 69 dibujos reproducidos que el Museo Sorolla ha seleccionado cuidadosamente para apreciar la progresión del artista y todas las técnicas utilizadas. Junto a la obra, un libro de Estudios nos adentra en el luminoso universo del pintor de la mano de grandes especialistas sobre su obra, entre los que se encuentran la directora del Museo Sorolla o la biznieta del artista. Completa la edición una Carpeta de Arte con dos dibujos facsimilares del artista, Pescadoras Barcelonesas y Barca en la Playa. Ficha Técnica: - Estuche: Dos placas de metacrilato unidas con una plancha de hierro pintada y oxidada para dar la sensación del mar Grosor de las placas: 2,5 cm : 41 x 53 x 12,5 cm - Libro de Arte: Impresión a cinco tintas con encuadernación de lujo, cosido a mano con hilo de algodón Cubierta en tela de algodón impresa a seis tintas Número de páginas: 182 69 facsímiles de dibujos troquelados y unidos al Libro por tres puntos de cola, más cinco trípticos desplegables Tamaño: 35,3 x 45,8 cm - Libro de Estudios: Impresión a cuatro tintas con encuadernación en rústica y cosido con doble cartulina de 350 g Forro impreso en la tapa, a cuatro tintas, con plastificado protector Número de páginas: 168 Tamaño: 35,3 x 45,8 cm - Carpeta de Arte: 2 láminas de arte impresas a cinco tintas con dos dípticos protectores Tamaño: 35,3 x 45,8 cm Perfecto estado de conservación. Mantiene caja de embalaje original.

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        • Joaquin Sorolla (attrib), oil on canvas, c. 1911
          Nov. 17, 2023

          Joaquin Sorolla (attrib), oil on canvas, c. 1911

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Attributed to Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, 1863-1923), Walled Garden Courtyard, signed "J Sorolla (?)", and dated lower left, in parcel gilt Spanish frame, 24"h x 21"w (stretcher), 34"h x 31"w (frame)

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) Playa de Valencia 18 7/8 x 22 in (48 x 55.9 cm) (Painted in 1910)
          Nov. 15, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) Playa de Valencia 18 7/8 x 22 in (48 x 55.9 cm) (Painted in 1910)

          Est: $250,000 - $350,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) Playa de Valencia signed and dated 'J Sorolla 1910' (lower left) oil on canvas 18 7/8 x 22 in (48 x 55.9 cm) Painted in 1910

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). Apunte de figuras en la playa" ("Sketch of Figures on the Beach"), 1904. Oil on canvas adhered to cardboard. Signed in the lower right corner.
          Nov. 09, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). Apunte de figuras en la playa" ("Sketch of Figures on the Beach"), 1904. Oil on canvas adhered to cardboard. Signed in the lower right corner.

          Est: €30,000 - €34,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). Apunte de figuras en la playa" ("Sketch of Figures on the Beach"), 1904. Oil on canvas adhered to cardboard. Signed in the lower right corner. Work referenced in the catalogue raisonné of Joaquín Sorolla with the number BPS107. Provenance: Private collection, Buenos Aires; Studio Gallery. Buenos Aires 1972; Private collection; Fernando Durán Art Auction, Madrid, 10 December 1975, lot 72; Valencia, Private collection. Measurements: 13 x 19 cm, 31 x 38 cm (frame). For Joaquín Sorolla, the beach became a sphere of social, bourgeois and cosmopolitan representation rather than a place of spontaneous enjoyment. In the present work, Sorolla maintains the elegance of this type of composition, showing the figures dressed in mainly white and blue clothing, light and elegant at the same time. In his carefully studied composition, which does not lose a certain air of spontaneity, the marked, strong, loose brushstroke stands out, which, together with the absence of drawing, also lends an air of preparatory study, two elements which brought Joaquín Sorolla to the top of the world artistic scene. As early as his school days, Joaquín Sorolla showed his fondness for drawing and painting by attending the drawing classes given by the sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Craftsmen in the afternoons. Awarded a prize at the end of his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious San Carlos School of Fine Arts in Valencia in 1879. During his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco in the Prado Museum. Two years later he was a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which prompted him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, Sorolla left for Rome in 1885, spending several months in Paris before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first-class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master would abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had won prizes at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his more cheerful and pleasant works, with which he achieved international fame. In 1906 he held his first solo exhibition at the George Petit gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla led to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases intended to illustrate the regions of Spain on the walls of the Hispanic Society. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum and the one that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles...

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        • JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Rainy Day"
          Nov. 07, 2023

          JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Rainy Day"

          Est: €16,500 - €22,000

          Oil on panel On the back sketch with graphite numbering 187 and crossed out ink text Work to be included in the catalog raisonné in preparation of Blanca Pons Sorolla with inventory number BPS 706. Provenance: -Sotheby's, "19th century European paintings", 06/22/2000, London, United Kingdom -Private collection, Greece Measurements: 13.8 x 8.9 cm

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        • JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Portrait of Don Alfredo de Castro Otaño, Colonel of the León Infantry Regiment No. 38", 1917
          Nov. 07, 2023

          JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Portrait of Don Alfredo de Castro Otaño, Colonel of the León Infantry Regiment No. 38", 1917

          Est: €90,000 - €120,000

          Oil on canvas Signed and dated in the lower right corner. On the back dedicated by Sorolla "To my disciple/Excm Mr. Don Alfredo/ de Castro Or(t)año, Colonel/ of the Regiment of/Infanteria León nº 38" Alfredo de Castro y Otaño (Guadalajara, 1858 - Madrid, 1931) was an important soldier with an outstanding record of service for which he was awarded the position of colonel for war merits and the 2nd class San Fernando Cross, Laureate, awarded in 1914. He was a friend of Sorolla and must have received some type of pictorial training on the part of the Valencian, since they treated each other as a disciple and a teacher, as can be read in the dedication on the back of this work and in a set of letters that de Castro refers to Sorolla, preserved in the Sorolla Museum (Inventarios No. CS1256 to CS1262). In these letters dated between 1906 and 1918, the soldier congratulates Sorolla on several occasions for his achievements, tells him about his physical condition, inquires about his son's military career or even, in one of them, dated 1909, requests to Sorolla, as his former student, to intercede with Aureliano de Beruete to recommend Moret to him and to be assigned to the León Infantry Regiment No. 38, so that he can return to Madrid and continue dedicating himself to painting (see CS1258). It seems that in the first instance this did not occur, but finally in 1915 Castro was granted command of the León Regiment. In the current portrait, dated two years later, in 1917, Alfredo De Castro already proudly poses in the uniform of colonel of the 38th regiment of León, with the Laureate of San Fernando, and Sorolla, emphasizes his position in his dedication on the back. . Another portrait of Castro is preserved, in this case a gouache dated 1919 (0.75 x 0.52 cm), from the González Martí collection with the dedication “To my dear disciple A. Castro, his good friend J. Sorolla. 1919.” (see Pantorba, B. de, 1973, p.211 no. 2099). Work that will be included in the catalog raisonné in preparation by Blanca Pons Sorolla with the reference BPS 4632 Measurements: 84 x 91.5 cm

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA - Street troubadour. Musician's visit
          Oct. 24, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA - Street troubadour. Musician's visit

          Est: -

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Valencia 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid 1923 Street troubadour. Visit of the musician. 1894 Oil on canvas Signed and dated Measurements 75 x 100 cm Origin: - Sold in 1897 for 2,750 pesetas, as noted in the family notebook . - Elias Romero, Buenos Aires, the same year, 1897, acquired it for 5,000 pesetas. - Since 1986 in private collection, Madrid. Inventories: - Pantorba 1283. - Blanca Pons-Sorolla 887. Exhibitions: - Munich International Exhibition 1894, n .º 992. “The vision of the Levantine coast, the Valencian landscape and the lives of its people, will be increasingly refined in Sorolla, and it will always be those issues that will persist in its works with an increasingly greater technical perfection” (Rafael Doménech., Sorolla. His life and his art, Madrid, 1910, p. 19. On June 5, 1894 Joaquín Sorolla leaves his wife and children in Valencia to travel to Paris in order to contemplate the latest works exhibited in the Parisian salons in addition to visiting other museums and exhibitions that could temper his curious spirit. Ten days of intense work that culminate with a visit to his teacher Francisco Sunday. Returning to Valencia, under the intense light of the Levant, Sorolla captures in his canvases the rural and coastal world of Valencia, of its humble people, busy with their daily tasks. Three of his most awarded works belong to this moment: The Return to Fishing (Musée d'Orsay, Paris), They Still Say that Fish is Expensive! (National Prado Museum, Madrid) and The Blessing of the Boat (Pedro Masaveu Peterson Collection, Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias). The work that we now present, Street Troubadour. Visit to the musician belongs to a small but select group of works of rectangular format, set in the same space and painted between 1893 and 1894 respectively: Cordelero (Private Collection) and El mamón. Segovian Family (Masaveu Collection). In an in We thank Blanca Pons-Sorolla for her help in the correct cataloging of this work.

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        • Study for the Portrait of Ernest Coquelin Cadet
          Oct. 06, 2023

          Study for the Portrait of Ernest Coquelin Cadet

          Est: $60,000 - $80,000

          Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida Spanish 1863-1923 Study for the Portrait of Ernest Coquelin Cadet signed and dated lower left: J. Sorolla/ 1906 oil on canvas canvas: 17 ¾ by 21 ½ in.; 45 by 54.5 cm framed: 27 ¾ by 31 ½ in.; 70.5 by 80 cm

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) “The Patio de las Danzas. Gardens of the Alcázar of Seville” and “Climb to the High Garden. Gardens of the Alcazar of Seville”, 1910
          Oct. 04, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) “The Patio de las Danzas. Gardens of the Alcázar of Seville” and “Climb to the High Garden. Gardens of the Alcazar of Seville”, 1910

          Est: €1,350,000 - €1,800,000

          Pair of oil paintings on canvas Signed in the lower right corner. One dated 1910. These works will be included in the catalog raisonné of the artist currently being produced by Blanca Pons-Sorolla with the number 2099 and the number 1956. Provenance: -Acquired by Thomas Fortune Ryan at the 1911 Chicago exhibition -Sale Posthumous from the Thomas Fortune Ryan Collection, American Art Association, New York, November 23-25, 1933 -Acquired by J. Paul Getty, New York, 1933 -J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 1978 (n ° inv.79.PA153) -Sotheby's London, sale of November 22, 1989 (lots 135 and 136) -Private collection, Spain. Exhibitions: -Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Catalog of paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida under the direction of the Hispanic Society of America, 1911, n° 44 and 46. -San Luis, Museo de Arte de la Ciudad, Catalog of paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, 1911, n° 43 and 45. -Sorolla and America, Meadows Museum, Dallas, December 13, 2013-April 19, 2014 -The San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, May 30-August 26, 2014, p. 314, n ° 193 and 194 Bibliography: -Pantorba, B. de, "The life and work of Joaquín de Sorolla", Madrid, 1970, 2nd Edition., n ° 1736 and 1733. -Saint Louis, The City Art Museum, Catalog of paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, 1911, n° 43 and 45. Measurements: 94.5 x 63 cm each -San Luis, Museo de Arte de la Ciudad, Catalog of paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, 1911, n° 43 and 45. -Sorolla and America, Meadows Museum, Dallas, December 13, 2013-April 19, 2014 - The San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, May 30-August 26, 2014, p. 314, n ° 193 and 194 Bibliography: -Pantorba, B. de, "The life and work of Joaquín de Sorolla", Madrid, 1970, 2nd Edition., n ° 1736 and 1733. -Saint Louis, The City Art Museum, Catalog of paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, 1911, n° 43 and 45. Measurements: 94.5 x 63 cm each -San Luis, Museo de Arte de la Ciudad, Catalog of paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, 1911, n° 43 and 45. -Sorolla and America, Meadows Museum, Dallas, December 13, 2013-April 19, 2014 - The San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, May 30-August 26, 2014, p. 314, n ° 193 and 194 Bibliography: -Pantorba, B. de, "The life and work of Joaquín de Sorolla", Madrid, 1970, 2nd Edition., n ° 1736 and 1733. -Saint Louis, The City Art Museum, Catalog of paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, 1911, n° 43 and 45. Measurements: 94.5 x 63 cm each

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Blue Sea"
          Oct. 04, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Blue Sea"

          Est: €18,000 - €24,000

          Oil on cardboard Work that will be included in the catalog raisonné in preparation by Blanca Pons Sorolla with the reference BPS 2776 On the back label with text dedicated by Amilio Gimeno dated 1929 and label by M. Vilches, Madrid Bibliography: - Pantorba, B. de, "The life and work of Joaquin Sorolla", Extensa Graficas Monteverde, 1970, nº 2170 p. 213 Origin: -Amalio Gimeno Collection, Madrid -Santiago Castro Collection, Madrid -Private Collection, Madrid Measurements: 14 x 18

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Head of Saint Anthony", 1883. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Blanca Pons Sorolla.
          Sep. 14, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Head of Saint Anthony", 1883. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Blanca Pons Sorolla.

          Est: €40,000 - €50,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Head of Saint Anthony", 1883. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Blanca Pons Sorolla. Measurements: 47,8 x 35,1 cm. In this devotional painting, Joaquín Sorolla turns his mastery to capture the psychological depth and the extreme naturalism of a face, that of Antonio Abad, who enters into an ecstatic dialogue with God. Sorolla refrains from all supernatural allusions and does not need to introduce any iconographic elements. On the contrary, he chooses to focus on the rapture of the expression of the trembling flesh, half-open mouth and eyes clouded with emotion. Saint Anthony, characterised as usual with a bushy, greying beard, is depicted following baroque models but updated with a bold, typically Sorolla-like brushstroke. As early as his school days, Joaquín Sorolla showed his fondness for drawing and painting, attending the drawing classes given by the sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Artisans in the afternoons. Awarded a prize at the end of his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious San Carlos School of Fine Arts in Valencia in 1879. During his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco in the Prado Museum. Two years later he was a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which prompted him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, Sorolla left for Rome in 1885, spending several months in Paris before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first-class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master would abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had won prizes at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his more cheerful and pleasant works, with which he achieved international fame. In 1906 he held his first solo exhibition at the George Petit gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla led to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases intended to illustrate the regions of Spain on the walls of the Hispanic Society. He is now represented in the Prado Museum and the museum that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Fine Arts Museums in Bilbao and Valencia, the National Portrait Gallery in London and many others.

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        • Joaquin Sorolla AFTER THE BATH Framed Print
          Aug. 27, 2023

          Joaquin Sorolla AFTER THE BATH Framed Print

          Est: -

          Print framed measures 27x43

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Barcos en el puerto de Valencia
          Jul. 13, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Barcos en el puerto de Valencia

          Est: -

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923) "Barcos en el puerto de Valencia" Óleo sobre cartón con textura de tela 9,5 x 12,5 cm Firmado: Se adjunta certificado de Blanca Pons Sorolla

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        • ATTRIBUTED TO JOACHIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (SPAIN, 1863-1923)
          Jul. 08, 2023

          ATTRIBUTED TO JOACHIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (SPAIN, 1863-1923)

          Est: $2,000 - $2,500

          'Valencia', oil on canvas, illegibly signed lower left, inscribed verso with his name, the title and 'Purchased at the Hispanic Society of America, New York, 1909'. In vintage water gilt molded frame, OS: 21 1/4" x 18 1/4", SS: 17 1/2" x 14 1/2" Overall craquelure. From the estate of Count Ivan N. Podgoursky.

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        • Sorolla, Joaquin (1863-1923; Umkreis),
          Jun. 23, 2023

          Sorolla, Joaquin (1863-1923; Umkreis),

          Est: €1,200 - €1,800

          Nach dem Mittagessen. Öl auf Leinwand. Nicht sign. und dat. (um 1890). 36 x 60,5 cm. - Gerahmt. Um einen Tisch in der linken Bildhälfte hat sich eine kleine Gesellschaft versammelt. Bis auf eine Weinflasche ist der Tisch bereits abgedeckt, das weiße Tischtuch leuchtet zwischen den zwei Frauen und vier Männern hervor. Einer der Herren ist in entspannter Haltung während der Konversation schon eingenickt. Rechts im Mittelgrund stützen sich zwei weitere Männer in ihrem schweren schwankenden Gang auf dem Weg nach Hause gegenseitig. Die Vegetation und das helle Licht, das durch die Büsche bricht, lassen einen warmen, wenn nicht heißen Sommertag erahnen. So ist der Aufstellungsort des Tisches im Schatten sicher eine gute, auf Erfahrung gegründete Wahl gewesen. - Der Künstler schildert hier eine Szene aus dem Leben der Menschen in Spanien. Die feine Kleidung läßt an eine Zusammenkunft am Sonntag nach der Kirche denken. Die Darstellung aus dem Alltagsleben der Spanier sowie der impressionistische Duktus rücken das Bild in die Nähe des berühmten spanischen Malers Joaquin Sorolla.

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) "BEFORE THE MIRROR", circa. 1895.
          Jun. 21, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) "BEFORE THE MIRROR", circa. 1895.

          Est: €5,000 - €12,000

          Watercolour on paper. Dedicated and signed: "Al amigo y discípulo Andreu, su bononet, el Chino Sorolla" Including a certificate issued by Francisco Pons-Sorolla y Arnau in 1983. 55 x 39 cm; 71 x 54.5 cm (frame).

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) "WOMAN WITH A SHAWL", 1896.
          Jun. 21, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (1863-1923) "WOMAN WITH A SHAWL", 1896.

          Est: €7,500 - €12,000

          Watercolour on paper. Dedicated, signed and dated: "Al Sr. Don Ricardo Magariños, su amigo J. Sorolla, 1896". Including a certificate issued by Blanca Pons Sorolla in 1995. Literature: Pantorba, Bernardino. "La vida y la obra de Sorolla" with no. 1322. 28.6 x 19.5 cm; 55 x 45.5 cm (frame).

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        • Los paisajes de Sorolla. Libro de autor
          Jun. 14, 2023

          Los paisajes de Sorolla. Libro de autor

          Est: -

          Edición limitada y numerada. Ejemplar Nº: 2294 Editorial Planeta, ARTIKA en coedición con la Fundación Museo Sorolla, 2015. Contenido: Un Libro de Arte, encuadernado en tela de algodón que simula un lienzo, con la reproducción de un detalle del cuadro Vendimiando. Jerez (1914), nos descubre 71 dibujos, reproducidos en formato facsímil de temática paisajística, troquelados según los originales y pegados sobre el libro. La cuidada selección, realizada por el Museo Sorolla, muestra todos los tipos de paisaje que esbozó el artista y las diversas técnicas utilizadas: lápiz, carboncillo, tinta, clarión, acuarela o guache. El volumen se organiza en seis capítulos con desplegables de gran formato. Medidas: 35,3 x 45,6 cm. Un libro de Estudios, que por sí solo es una obra única, nos acerca a la vida y obra del artista, de la mano de los máximos expertos, entre los que destacan la bisnieta del pintor, Blanca Pons-Sorolla, investigadores del Museo Sorolla o el Jefe de Conservación de Pintura del siglo XIX del Museo del Prado. Medidas: 35 x 46 cm. Los paisajes de Sorolla incorpora dos láminas presentadas en Carpetas de Arte que se han concebido para poder ser expuestas de forma individual: Orillas del Tajo, Villaseca (1882-1888) y , Paisaje con río y dos torres (1882). Todos los elementos se presentan en un estuche, realizado de forma artesanal y compuesto por dos piezas de metacrilato de 2,5 cm de grosor, y con la firma del artista grabada. Perfecto estado de conservación. Mantiene caja de embalaje original.

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        • El Mar de Sorolla. Libro de autor
          Jun. 13, 2023

          El Mar de Sorolla. Libro de autor

          Est: -

          Edición única, limitada y numerada de 2.998 ejemplares, 2014. Ed. Artika, en coedición con la Fundación Museo Sorolla, Contenido: Un libro de gran formato, encuadernado en tela de algodón emulando la textura de un lienzo, contiene los 69 dibujos reproducidos que el Museo Sorolla ha seleccionado cuidadosamente para apreciar la progresión del artista y todas las técnicas utilizadas. Junto a la obra, un libro de Estudios nos adentra en el luminoso universo del pintor de la mano de grandes especialistas sobre su obra, entre los que se encuentran la directora del Museo Sorolla o la biznieta del artista. Completa la edición una Carpeta de Arte con dos dibujos facsimilares del artista, Pescadoras Barcelonesas y Barca en la Playa. Ficha Técnica: - Estuche: Dos placas de metacrilato unidas con una plancha de hierro pintada y oxidada para dar la sensación del mar Grosor de las placas: 2,5 cm : 41 x 53 x 12,5 cm - Libro de Arte: Impresión a cinco tintas con encuadernación de lujo, cosido a mano con hilo de algodón Cubierta en tela de algodón impresa a seis tintas Número de páginas: 182 69 facsímiles de dibujos troquelados y unidos al Libro por tres puntos de cola, más cinco trípticos desplegables Tamaño: 35,3 x 45,8 cm - Libro de Estudios: Impresión a cuatro tintas con encuadernación en rústica y cosido con doble cartulina de 350 g Forro impreso en la tapa, a cuatro tintas, con plastificado protector Número de páginas: 168 Tamaño: 35,3 x 45,8 cm - Carpeta de Arte: 2 láminas de arte impresas a cinco tintas con dos dípticos protectores Tamaño: 35,3 x 45,8 cm Perfecto estado de conservación. Mantiene caja de embalaje original.

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        • Valenciana a la reja
          May. 24, 2023

          Valenciana a la reja

          Est: $40,000 - $50,000

          Property of a Private Collection Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida Spanish 1863 - 1923 Valenciana a la reja signed J SoRollA (lower right) watercolour and graphite on paper laid on card sheet: 24 ¼ by 14 ⅜ in.; 61.7 by 36.5 cm framed: 30 by 20 ¾ in.; 76 by 53.2 cm

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Valencia Beach"
          May. 10, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Valencia Beach"

          Est: €82,500 - €110,000

          Oil on photographic cardboard by Antonio García, with light gray primer Signed “J. Sorolla B” in the lower left corner. On the reverse: “156” in black on a stud that covers the number “334.” in red. Made in Valencia, summer of 1905 Inventories: BPS 3553 Origin: -Archer Huntington, acquired for James Townsend, at the New York exhibition, 1909, for $100 -Cotton Auction, NY, USA, 2022 -Private collection, Madrid Bibliography: -VVAA, “Eight Essays”, New York, 1909, vol. II, p.11, no. 156 -William, L., "Catalogue of paintings by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida by Hispanic Society of America", 1909, p. 122. -“Sorolla and America”, cat. exp. Dallas 2014, p. 305, no. 73. Exhibitions: -Paris 1906? -London 1908 -"The Hispanic Society of America", February 8 - March 8, 1909, New York, no. 156. HSA Photographic Archive, New York, neg. #356; photo 3679. The black number on the back corresponds to the catalog of the New York exhibition, 1909. By the red number “334.” that appears below the mark on which the number "156 appears in black, we know that this work was sent to the London exhibition of 1908. In the list of works sent by Sorolla to said exhibition, the number "334" is titled “Valencia Beach”, which coincides with the title that appears in the New York exhibition, 1909. It could correspond to one of the numerous numbers of the catalog that under the title “Color notes”, collected several small-format notes. But since more works were sent than were exhibited, we cannot be sure that it was exposed. We thank Blanca Pons-Sorolla for her help in cataloging this work Measurements: 13 x 21 cm

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        • JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Mercado de LeOn"
          Mar. 28, 2023

          JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Mercado de LeOn"

          Est: €13,500 - €18,000

          Oil on cardboard Signed in the lower left corner and on the back in graphite. Made in the spring of 1903 Work that will appear in the catalog raisonn in preparation of Blanca Pons Sorolla with the inventory number: BPS 3854 Measurements: 8.5 x 12 cm

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Portrait of Señora Teodolina de Alvear De Lezica", 1907. Oil on canvas.
          Mar. 28, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Portrait of Señora Teodolina de Alvear De Lezica", 1907. Oil on canvas.

          Est: €120,000 - €130,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Portrait of Señora Teodolina de Alvear De Lezica", 1907. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated on the right. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Don Francisco Pons Sorolla. Work reproduced in: "Sorolla in the Valencian Collections", Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia, 1997. Pag. 200-203, ref. 31. Work reproduced in: "La vida y obra de Joaquín Sorolla por Bernardino de Pantorba", 1970. Pag. 206, ref. 2000. It presents a small lack in the upper central area, near the hair. Measurements: 104 x 95 cm, 134 x 115 cm (frame). In this painting it presents two clearly differentiated planes. In the first one, an elegant lady of the high society, dressed in a party dress, gloved and showing a very wide neckline from which she exposes the splendour of her pearly flesh, very in consonance with the white tulles, silks and satins of her light dress. The brushstroke is shorter and smoother, a work of intense realism, so much to the taste of the conservative society of the time, and in which, as much or more than expressing the character of the sitter, it is important to know how to reflect the brilliance of a cluster of diamonds in the black hair or a bunch of pearls on the dress, that is to say, status. In the second plane, the excuse of a tapestry covering the wall is used by the painter to carry out an exercise in freedom, lightness and modernity, expressed in long, loose brushstrokes with almost abstract tendencies. On both planes, we are presented with the two Sorollas: the Sorolla of high society, the portraitist who paints what his clients want, and the restless Sorolla, with a loose and daring technique. The snowy, marble-like appearance of the distinguished lady, standing out against the dark background, helps to create a certain sensation of relief, of volume. In 1907, Sorolla painted a number of female portraits for which he charged respectable sums and in which he also emphasised the aristocratic and sometimes somewhat distant tone of the pose. The portrait of "Queen Victoria Eugenia with Mantilla", "Doña Josefina Alvear de Erráuzuriz" and "María Luisa Maldonado", daughter of Count Villagonzalo date from that year: this portrait of the Argentinian Teodolina de Alvear was commissioned from Sorolla through Count Artal and he painted it using a photograph, asking him to paint it in the Madrazo style and charging 7,500 pesetas for it. As early as his school days, Joaquín Sorolla showed his fondness for drawing and painting by attending the drawing classes given by the sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Artisans in the afternoons. Awarded a prize at the end of his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious San Carlos School of Fine Arts in Valencia in 1879. During his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco in the Prado Museum. Two years later he was a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which prompted him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, Sorolla left for Rome in 1885, spending several months in Paris before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first-class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master would abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had won prizes at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his more cheerful and pleasant works, with which he achieved international fame. In 1906 he held his first solo exhibition at the George Petit gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla led to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases intended to illustrate the regions of Spain on the walls of the Hispanic Society. He is now represented in the Prado Museum and the museum that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Fine Arts Museums in Bilbao and Valencia, the National Portrait Gallery in London and many others.

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Valencia Beach", 1905. Oil on photographic cardboard by Antonio García (Sorolla's father-in-law). Signed in the lower left corner.
          Mar. 28, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Valencia Beach", 1905. Oil on photographic cardboard by Antonio García (Sorolla's father-in-law). Signed in the lower left corner.

          Est: €80,000 - €100,000

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923). "Valencia Beach", 1905. Oil on photographic cardboard by Antonio García (Sorolla's father-in-law). Signed in the lower left corner. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Doña Blanca Pons Sorolla. Inventoried number BPS 3598. Work reproduced in: "Eight Essays on Sorolla", Volume II, Hispanic Society of America, 1909. Page 137, Ref 223. Work reproduced in: "Sorolla and Benlliure. Brushstrokes of a Friendship", Bancaja Cultural Centre, Valencia (13 frame - 26 July 2020). Page 95, ref. 157. On the reverse, number in red crossed out and above it the number 223 in black, the first from his participation in the Paris Exhibition of 1906, the second from the New York Exhibition of 1909. It presents a small craquelure in the upper right area. Size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm, 26 x 32 cm (frame). The present oil painting, painted by Joaquín Sorolla during the summer of 1905, shows different characters and children playing in the sand, possibly the children of the painter Joaquín and María, according to Blanca Pons Sorolla, before a powerful and yellow light of the Mediterranean sunset, a recurrent theme of the post-impressionist master who dedicated part of his production to the social costumbrismo. In his carefully studied composition, which does not lose a certain air of spontaneity, Joaquín Sorolla completes the scene with a little girl dressed in pink who approaches the viewer from the right, while a group of children play in a circle in the centre of the scene, while on the left some women go about their work without losing sight of the children. For Joaquín Sorolla, the beach became a sphere of social, bourgeois and cosmopolitan representation rather than a place of spontaneous enjoyment. In the present work, Sorolla maintains the elegance of this type of composition, showing the figures dressed in mainly white and light, albeit elegant, clothing. The marked brushstroke which, together with the absence of drawing, also lends an air of preparatory study, are two elements that brought Joaquín Sorolla to the top of the world's artistic scene. As early as his school days, Joaquín Sorolla showed his fondness for drawing and painting by attending the drawing classes given by the sculptor Cayetano Capuz at the School of Craftsmen in the afternoons. Awarded a prize at the end of his preliminary studies at the Escuela Normal Superior, he entered the prestigious San Carlos School of Fine Arts in Valencia in 1879. During his visits to Madrid in 1881 and 1882, he copied paintings by Velázquez, Ribera and El Greco in the Prado Museum. Two years later he was a great success at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts with a history painting, which prompted him to apply for a scholarship to study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Having achieved his goal, Sorolla left for Rome in 1885, spending several months in Paris before arriving. In the French capital he was impressed by the paintings of the realists and the painters who worked outdoors. At the end of his years in Rome he returned to Valencia in 1889, settling in Madrid the following year. In 1892 Sorolla showed a new concern in his art, becoming interested in social problems by depicting the sad scene of "¡Otra Margarita!", awarded a first-class medal at the National, and the following year at the International in Chicago. This sensitivity would remain in his work until the end of the decade, in his performances on the Valencian coast. Gradually, however, the Valencian master would abandon the themes of unhappy children that we see in "Triste herencia", which had won prizes at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900 and at the National in Madrid a year later. Encouraged by the success of his resplendent images of the Mediterranean, and stimulated by his love of the light and life of its sunny beaches, he focused on these scenes in his more cheerful and pleasant works, with which he achieved international fame. In 1906 he held his first solo exhibition at the George Petit gallery in Paris, where he also demonstrated his skills as a portraitist. In 1908 the American Archer Milton Huntington, impressed by the artist's exhibition at the Grafton gallery in London, sought to acquire two of his works for his Hispanic Society. A year later he himself invited Sorolla to exhibit at his institution, resulting in an exhibition in 1909 that was a huge success. The relationship between Huntington and Sorolla led to the most important commission of the painter's life: the creation of the immense canvases intended to illustrate the regions of Spain on the walls of the Hispanic Society. He is now represented in the Prado Museum and the museum that bears his name in Madrid, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Orsay Museum in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Fine Arts Museums in Bilbao and Valencia, the National Portrait Gallery in London and many others.

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        • Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. Maestranza Square
          Mar. 22, 2023

          Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. Maestranza Square

          Est: -

          Oil on cardboard Lefranc. Without signature. This work was certified by D. Francisco Pons Sorolla around 1970. A certificate from Doña Blanca Pons Sorolla issued on February 27, 2023 is attached, which locates the work in the Plaza de la Maestranza in Seville between March and April 1915. It is one of the five notes from the La Maestranza bullring, Seville, from 1915. All of them are painted on Lefranc cardboards of the same sizes and have the same origin. Sorolla painted them at the same time that he painted the Seville panel. The bullfighters, BPS 2812, for the decoration of the Library of the Hispanic Society of America, New York, with their “Vision of Spain”. Proceeds from the Probate of Joaquín Sorolla, Series B, No. 63 , from the 1929 inventory (titled "Sevilla") in which it was awarded to his daughter María Sorolla García. The inventory number of this work in the catalog raisonné is BPS 2667.

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Sorolla painting in his studio in Rome", 1886
          Feb. 22, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Sorolla painting in his studio in Rome", 1886

          Est: €180,000 - €240,000

          Oil on canvas Dedicated, signed, dated and initialed in the upper right area: "To my dear friend P. Gil/J.soRollA/Roma/86" Work painted in Rome in 1886, in the studio of his friend Pedro Gil Moreno de Mora to whom he dedicates and gives this work as a gift. Bibliography: -"One Hundred Years of Painting", Benlliure Gallery, Valencia 1997 rep. -Blanca Pons-Sorolla, "Joaquin Sorolla", London 2005, p.18 -"Epistolarios de Joaquin Sorolla I. Correspondence with Pedro Gil Moreno de la Mora", Barcelona, ​​2007, p.15 -AAVV, "Joaquin Sorolla. Self-portrait ", University of Lleida, 2022, p.42 Attached certificate of authenticity of Blanca Pons-Sorolla dated 12/27/2017,

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Treading the grape, Jávea"
          Feb. 22, 2023

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Treading the grape, Jávea"

          Est: €90,000 - €120,000

          Oil on canvas Signed "J. Sorolla / Bastida" (middle right area) signature with signature Inventories: - Bernardino de Panporba P 789 pag .157 - BPS 1074 Work that will be included in the catalog raisonné in preparation under the number BPS CA16-6-2005 Provenance: -Sorolla Probate, series G, no. 33, inv. 1929 (Lagar) -Elena Sorolla García -Lorente Sorolla family -Ansorena Auction, October 6, 1993, lot 81 -Private collection, Madrid Exhibitions: -París 1906ª, no. 161 (Le foulage des raisins) -Santander 1983, no. 19 (Brief overview of contemporary Spanish figurative painting, Galería de Arte Sur) This work has been requested to participate in the Exhibition “Sorolla in black” curated by Carlos Reyero that will be held at the Bancaja Foundation, Valencia from May 4 to September 10. Measurements: 30.2 x 50.5 cm

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        • Sorolla's sea
          Jan. 25, 2023

          Sorolla's sea

          Est: -

          "THE SEA OF SOROLLA".- Editorial Planeta; Fundación Museo Sorolla, 2013. Larger folio, cloth ed., preserved in case ed. methacrylate next to vol. of studies and an art portfolio with 2 facsimile drawings. Eg numbered limited edition. Monumental edition that includes a selection of 69 marine-themed drawings, selected by the Sorolla Museum, including notes, sketches and sketches.

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Study of figures for Father Jofré protecting a madman", 1887
          Dec. 14, 2022

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Study of figures for Father Jofré protecting a madman", 1887

          Est: €5,700 - €7,600

          Pencil on paper Signed in the lower right corner. Certified by Blanca Pons Sorolla in 2021 Measurements: 30.7 x 21.7 cm

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Taking the habit"
          Dec. 14, 2022

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Taking the habit"

          Est: €150,000 - €200,000

          Wash and gouache on paper Signed, dated and initialed in the lower right corner: "J.Sorolla /88/Roma" Joaquín's original work Sorolla Bastida was painted in Italy in 1888, during his period as a pensioner in Rome by the Valencia Provincial Council. It was sold to the Buenos Aires collector, Matias Errázuriz, in the exhibition organized by José Artal at the Witcomb Hall in Buenos Aires in 1900, in which it appeared with number 79. In 1942 Matias Errázuriz Alvear, the collector's son, presented it at the Sorolla tribute exhibition at the Spanish Cultural Institution of Buenos Aires, and it was reproduced on page 63 of the book-catalogue published by said institution. In 1973, it was exhibited under number 39 in the Valencian Country Painters show at the Arts Gallery in Valencia. The inventory number of this work in the raisonné catalog is BPS 163. Attached is a report by Blanca Pons Sorolla dated 12/27/2017 Bibliography: Bernardino de Pantorba "The life and work of Joaquín Sorolla Biographical and critical study", no. 1202, p.174; Madrid 1953 and re-edition of 1970. Exhibition "Sorolla. Hunting for impressions", Valencia, Fundación Bancaja, May/July 2020, cat. 13, p. 42 Exhibition "Torment and devotion", (July 12, 2021 - January 9, 2022) at the Sorolla Museum, Madrid Measurements: 50 x 95 cm The life and work of Joaquín Sorolla Biographical and critical study", nº 1202, page 174; Madrid 1953 and re-edition of 1970. Exhibition "Sorolla. Hunting impressions", Valencia, Fundación Bancaja, May/July 2020, cat. no. 13, p. 42 Exhibition "Torment and devotion", (July 12, 2021 - January 9, 2022) at the Sorolla Museum, Madrid Measurements: 50 x 95 cm The life and work of Joaquín Sorolla Biographical and critical study", nº 1202, page 174; Madrid 1953 and re-edition of 1970. Exhibition "Sorolla. Hunting impressions", Valencia, Fundación Bancaja, May/July 2020, cat. no. 13, p. 42 Exhibition "Torment and devotion", (July 12, 2021 - January 9, 2022) at the Sorolla Museum, Madrid Measurements: 50 x 95 cm

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        • Valencia Beach
          Dec. 14, 2022

          Valencia Beach

          Est: £60,000 - £80,000

          Joaquín Sorolla Spanish 1863 - 1923 Valencia Beach signed J Sorolla B lower right and indistinctly dedicated, signed and dated a mi buen amigo / Copeau su afmo / J Sorolla B. 1906 lower left oil on panel Unframed: 23 by 33.6cm., 9 by 13¼in. Framed: 44 by 55cm., 17¼ by 21¾in. The authenticity of this work has been confirmed by Blanca Pons Sorolla, who will be including it in the forthcoming Sorolla catalogue raisonné (BPS 1625). Bid on Sotheby's

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        • Head of a fisherman | Tête de pêcheur
          Nov. 10, 2022

          Head of a fisherman | Tête de pêcheur

          Est: €30,000 - €50,000

          Joaquín Sorolla Valencia 1863 - 1923 Cercedilla Head of a fisherman Oil on canvas 22 x 24 cm ; 8 ⅝ by 9 ½ in. ____________________________________________ Joaquín Sorolla Valence 1863 - 1923 Cercedilla Tête de pêcheur Huile sur toile 22 x 24 cm ; 8 ⅝ by 9 ½ in. Bid on Sotheby's

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        • Joaquín Sorolla. Retrato de Joaquina Jarreño
          Oct. 25, 2022

          Joaquín Sorolla. Retrato de Joaquina Jarreño

          Est: -

          Oil on canvas. The current portrait represents Joaquina Jarreño, mother of Jaquín Sorolla's in-laws. The person portrayed is the mother of Clotilde del Castillo, maternal grandmother of Clotilde, Sorolla's wife. The portrait of her husband, Juan del Castillo, is preserved in The Hispanic Society of America [LA2181 and Nº XX (BPS 470)]. The series was made by photography. We thank Doña Blanca Pons Sorolla for her help in cataloging this work. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Doña Blanca Pons Sorolla. The inventory number of this work in the catalog raisonné is BPS 470. Provenance: - Clotilde del Castillo de García. - Juan Antonio Garcia del Castillo. - Antonio García Banús, grandson of the portrayed. - By descent to the current owners.

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        • JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Study of figures for Father Jofré protecting a madman", 1887
          Sep. 28, 2022

          JOAQUÍN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA Valencia (1863) / Cercedilla, Madrid (1923) "Study of figures for Father Jofré protecting a madman", 1887

          Est: €5,700 - €7,600

          Pencil on paper Signed in the lower right corner. Certified by Blanca Pons Sorolla in 2021 Measurements: 30.7 x 21.7 cm

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