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Fernando Zóbel(1924-1984)
Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Orilla IX

Lot 139: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Orilla IX

Auction Date: Dec 04, 2021

Estimate: ₱5,000,000 - ₱6,500,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Orilla IX
signed (lower right) and dated 1980 (verso)
oil on canvas
31 1/2" x 31 1/2" (80 cm x 80 cm)





PROVENANCE Private Collection, Madrid This work will be included in the catalog raisonné of Fernando Zóbel by Rafael Perez-Madero and Alfonso de la Torre which will be released soon.




It may be said that Fernando Zóbel’s works embodied a certain international cool : Exactly the kind of sleek, aristocratic point of view that fit in with Manila’s new persona as a metropolis rebuilt, aggressively rising from the ashes of World War II as Asia’s premier economy. Fernando Zóbel was born into a family of landowners and industrialists. His father, Enrique, had in fact bankrolled Fernando Amorsolo’s art education at the Royal Academy of San Fernando in Madrid — so impressed was he by Amorsolo’s design of the Ginebra San Miguel gin label which is still in use to this day. Zóbel himself would study at Harvard and the Rhode Island School of Design and would return to Manila in 1951. He would be immediately accepted as a guru of modernity and would be elected president of the influential Art Association of the Philippines in back-toback years in 1953 and 1954. Also in 1954, he would participate in the landmark “First Exhibition of Non-Objective Art in Tagala” organized by art critic Magtanggul Asa at the already influential Philippine Art Gallery, the only gallery in the country to offer modern art exclusively. He would next devise the ‘Saeta’ (or ‘Arrow’) in 1957, brilliantly using a hypodermic syringe to shoot out the lines that, for him, symbolized the ultimate ‘improvisation’ and spontaneity. The works were unveiled at an exhibition at the Philippine Art Gallery, at a show simply called “An Exhibit of New Paintings.” Zóbel appears to have been much influenced by a trip to Japan in the previous year where he was struck by the zen-like quality of the patterns drawn in Tokyo’s sand gardens. Zóbel would go from strength to strength : In 1962, he would participate in the Venice Biennale for the Spanish pavilion, ante-dating the Philippines’ own first presence by two years. After a dozen years, experimenting with color, he begins The White Series in the 1970s. His biographer Angeles Villalba Salvador would describe these as, “characterized by infinitely degraded whites, which distribute spaces, volumes and are lost at the ends of the support. Whites that approach blues, grays or browns, merge with the white of the canvas itself or intact paper, making everything become a background. With the White Series the theme is expanded: light, volume, form, gesture, anatomies, still lifes and, of course, themes of art history. ” In 1980, however, Zóbel would suffer a reversal of his health but manages to recover. He becomes restless about his artwork and at this point, says Salvador. He would, however, “start using new materials, such as pencil for the base drawing and the pastel’ (which is apparent in this particular piece.) “As a result of depression (about his condition),” continues Salvador, “Zóbel destroys a large number of paintings and dedicates more time to photography, whose theme is again the Júcar River and its banks near Cuenca. With these photographs the last series of his painting was born, The Banks (Variations on a River) (1979-1982). Despite his health problems, this year he exhibits in several Spanish cities: Tenerife, Girona, Pamplona, Valencia.” The work at hand Orilla IX (The Banks No. 9) has echoes of his fascination with white and black. It is part of the series where he captures the outlines and the tones of the shores of the Jucar. But ‘orilla’ has a second meaning — it is “an announcement from the gods”; and in these sinuous curves and moody washes, one can sense the presence of a higher power. Indeed, for Zóbel this series, above all, was a balm for his soul....

Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "The View XXVIII", 1974. Oil and graphite on canvas.

Lot 87: FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "The View XXVIII", 1974. Oil and graphite on canvas.

Auction Date: Nov 16, 2021

Estimate: €80,000 - €100,000

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "The View XXVIII", 1974. Oil and graphite on canvas. Dated in the lower right corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back. This work will be included in the artist's Catalogue Raisonné. We thank Mr. Alfonso de la Torre for his invaluable help in cataloguing this lot. Measurements: 80.5 x 80.5 cm; 83.5 x 83.5 cm (frame). A soft, vaporous and reticulated brushstroke defines this conceptual landscape, in which Zóbel retains a certain vibration in the stroke, which denotes the transmutation of a changing reality, immersed in a completely personal atmosphere, which stands out for its lyricism and poetic aesthetics in the manner of artistic synesthesia. This work made in 1974 reflects the artist's interest in the landscape, and that balanced tension, which generates a view where the elements of nature are adapted to a contained abstraction. However, it should be noted that this work is also close to the series he made during the 80's, in which he introduced a change in the way of applying color, providing greater chromatic activity and playing with the gradations of tones, creating more dynamic and daring compositions. Historian, patron of the arts, university professor and collector are some of the adjectives corresponding to the figure of Fernando Zóbel, one of the most outstanding painters of the 20th century in Spain. The formation and cultivation of his personality, never ceases to develop, highlighting his love for books. He studied Medicine in the Philippines and graduated in Philosophy and Arts at Harvard University in the United States, being at this time when he became interested and involved with the pictorial world influenced by the Boston School, whose palette showed almost pure colors framed by a very marked drawing. Thus, in 1951 he took up the chair of Fine Arts at the Ateneo de Manila. Zóbel's evolution and need to develop a personal artistic language led him to explore the world of abstraction influenced by Rothko, or the expressionism of Pollock or de Kooning, working on very valid non-figurative proposals. To this, it is necessary to add the great influence and interest he felt towards oriental cultures, increasing this eagerness with his participation in a Chinese archaeological excavation discovered in the Philippine peninsula of Calatagan. As it was said, Zóbel's work drinks from the East, so much so that oriental calligraphy is the one that favors the presence of sinuous lines of great elegance, which can be appreciated in the work that concerns us, in which the meticulous and thoughtful previous work can be appreciated. And there is nothing left to chance in his apparently spontaneous painting, all of them contain a period of reflection and previous execution, because, as he said: "my process is the process of sketch, drawing, sketch and painting", a planning that gives rise to perfect scenographies formed by movement, lines, speed, space and light. His work is represented in important museums such as the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Español in Valladolid, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha (Nebraska), the Hispanic Society of America, as well as in collections such as Chase Manhattan Bank, the AENA Art Collection of Contemporary Art in Madrid, as well as the Banco Urquijo in Barcelona....

Location: Barcelona, ES

Auction House: Setdart Auction House

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Albollón Cornice, Seville", 1981

Lot 72: FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Albollón Cornice, Seville", 1981

Auction Date: Nov 03, 2021

Estimate: €16,500 - €22,000

Description: Titled, signed, inscribed "Sevilla", dated and dedicated in the lower right-hand corner Provenance: -Sala Celini, Madrid, 1987 -Private Collection . Watercolor on paper. 38 x 57 cm...

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Ansorena

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Field of Stars, 1983

Lot 31: FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Field of Stars, 1983

Auction Date: Nov 03, 2021

Estimate: €525 - €700

Description: Signed with anagram and justified H.C.5 at the bottom in pencil Bibliography: Rafael Perez-Madero "Obra gráfica completa" Fundacion Juan March, 1999, pag. 242-245 . Silkscreen printing. 32 x 22,3 cm...

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Ansorena

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Fernando Zóbel. Orilla rosa

Lot 291: Fernando Zóbel. Orilla rosa

Auction Date: Oct 27, 2021

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: Serigrafía sobre papel. Firmada en el ángulo inferior izquierdo. Numerada (135/460) en el ángulo inferior derecho. Editada por el Museo de Arte Abstracto Español de Cuenca. Bibliografía: - PÉREZ-MADERO, Rafael.: Zóbel. Obra Gráfica completa. Diputación Provincial de Cuenca. Cuenca, 1999. Págs. 223-224. Nº Cat.: 199....

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Duran Arte Y Subastas

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - The Courtyard III-Virgins

Lot 578: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - The Courtyard III-Virgins

Auction Date: Oct 26, 2021

Estimate: €550 - €825

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

El Patio III-Virgenes. 1984
Serigraph on paper
Numbered 28/460
Size 70 x 83 cm
Edited by Rafael Pérez-Madero 1984

Attached Certificate signed by Mr. Rafael Pérez-Madero and numbered 28/460. Madrid, July 30, 1984.

This edition, the artist's last, was finished printing after his death, so no copy could be signed.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Rafael Pérez-Madero, "Zóbel. Complete Graphic Work", Cuenca Provincial Council 1999, nº 231. Page 253
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Los Hocinos

Lot 477: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Los Hocinos

Auction Date: Sep 21, 2021

Estimate: €600 - €1,200

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

Los Hocinos. 1979
Silkscreen with photographic base on Geler Guarro paper
Signed in pencil
Numbered 174/360
Measures 67 x 61 cm
Published by Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, Cuenca 1979

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Rafael Pérez-Madero, "Zóbel. Complete Graphic Work", Cuenca Provincial Council 1999, nº 191. Page 207
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "El rio XVII", 1978. Oil on canvas. Work referenced in the catalogue raisonné of the artist Fernando Zóbel (In preparation)

Lot 70: FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "El rio XVII", 1978. Oil on canvas. Work referenced in the catalogue raisonné of the artist Fernando Zóbel (In preparation)

Auction Date: Sep 20, 2021

Estimate: €120,000 - €130,000

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "El rio XVII", 1978. Oil on canvas. Work referenced in the catalogue raisonné of the artist Fernando Zóbel (In preparation). It has barely perceptible flaws on the paint layer, a product of the technical evolution of this type of work. Signed in the right corner. Signed, dated and titled on the back. Measurements: 60.5 x 81 cm; 65 x 85 cm (frame). In 1971 Fernando Zóbel began a prolific path whose undisputed protagonist was the river Júcar. His research lasted for a whole decade, becoming a recurring theme in his painting until shortly before his death. The artist would view this natural landscape in all its contexts and during all seasons, capturing his contemplative impressions through the use of photographs, watercolours and sketches, on the basis of which he began larger works. In this work, in which Zóbel immortalised the river, he emphasised the use of reflections and the chromatic harmony based on a soft, vaporous range, complemented by linear elements that make up the dimensions and pictorial space. Starting from a material reality of the landscape towards an abstract conception of it, where disparate elements such as the fictitious and the real, or the pictorial and pictographic, come together to form a work of great lyrical content. Historian, patron of the arts, university professor and collector are some of the adjectives corresponding to the figure of Fernando Zóbel, one of the most outstanding painters of the 20th century in Spain. The training and cultivation of his personality never ceased to develop, with his love of books standing out. He studied Medicine in the Philippines and graduated in Philosophy and Arts at Harvard University in the United States, and it was at this time that he became interested and involved in the world of painting, influenced by the Boston School, whose palette showed almost pure colours framed by a very marked drawing. Thus, in 1951 he took up the chair of Fine Arts at the Ateneo de Manila. Zóbel's evolution and need to develop a personal artistic language led him to explore the world of abstraction influenced by Rothko, or the expressionism of Pollock or de Kooning, working on very valid non-figurative proposals. To this, it is necessary to add the great influence and interest he felt towards oriental cultures, and this desire was increased by his participation in a Chinese archaeological excavation discovered in the Philippine peninsula of Calatagan. As was said, Zóbel's work draws from the East, so much so that it is oriental calligraphy that gives rise to the presence of sinuous lines of great elegance, which can be seen in the work in question, in which the meticulous and thoughtful preliminary work can be appreciated. There is nothing left to chance in his apparently spontaneous paintings; they all contain a period of prior reflection and execution, because, as he said: "my process is the process of sketch, drawing, sketch and painting", a planning that gives rise to perfect scenographies formed by movement, lines, speed, space and light. His work is represented in important museums such as the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Español in Valladolid, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha (Nebraska), the Hispanic Society of America, as well as in collections such as Chase Manhattan Bank, the AENA Art Collection of Contemporary Art in Madrid, and the Banco Urquijo in Barcelona....

Location: Barcelona, ES

Auction House: Setdart Auction House

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Untitled

Lot 28: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Untitled

Auction Date: Sep 11, 2021

Estimate: ₱2,000,000 - ₱2,600,000

Description:

 

PROPERTY FORMERLY IN THE EUGENI O "GENY" LOPEZ, JR. COLLECTI ON
Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Untitled
ca. 1964/1966
oil on canvas
16" x 16" (41 cm x 41 cm)


P 2,000,000


Accompanied by a certificate issued by
Don Rafael Pérez-Madero confirming the authenticity of this lot


LITERATURE
Paras-Perez, Rod. Fernando Zóbel.
Eugenio Lopez Foundation, Inc. Manila. 1990. p. 105

 


One cannot examine modern art in the
Philippines without the mention of Zóbel,
whose art not only helped shape modernism
in the country but also impacted a whole generation
of artists. As an artist, Zóbel's creations from the
mid-sixties through the seventies had featured his
distinctive abstract approach. Though Zóbel is often
revered for his sparse and monochrome abstract
works with his iconic series titled ‘Serie Negra’ (Black
Series), Zóbel also worked and experimented with
color. Despite Zóbel veering away from color in his
later pieces, the artist still created alluring works of art
that featured the use of color. Zóbel created his own
means of coloration by understanding both the context
and power that color contains and communicates.
This particular philosophy is embodied in this oil on
canvas piece. Subtle yet engaging, Zóbel's provides us
a familiar scene that is akin to a picturesque landscape
or seascape. His subdued palette is meticulously
layered as a way of giving off a memory that is both
divorced yet entangled within our subconscious.
This juxtaposition of pure abstraction and reality is
undoubtedly what makes Zóbel's piece a timeless
work of art.

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Pequeño Monumento Al Capitan Nemo

Lot 84: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Pequeño Monumento Al Capitan Nemo

Auction Date: Sep 11, 2021

Estimate: ₱4,000,000 - ₱5,200,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Pequeño Monumento Al Capitan Nemo
signed (lower left and verso) and dated 1973 (verso)
oil on canvas
24" x 24" (61 cm x 61 cm)

P 4,000,000


Provenance
Private Collection, Spain
Galeria Mayoral


literature
Chua, Paolo. "Mayoral Gallery Spotlights
Fernando Zóbel and Post-War Art at Art Fair Philippines 2021." Esquire Magazine Philippines. May 14, 2021 exhibited
Galeria Mayoral (Barcelona), Art Fair Philippines 2021
(Digital Exhibition), May 6 - 15, 2021

 

ernando Zóbel’s paintings are synonymous
with orderly and serene. In the words of Antonio
Magaz-Sangro, Zóbel makes modifications to the nature of the surface of the canvas, “transfiguring it through the orientation and uneven distribution of strokes on a field of violent tensions, strokes on which he bestows an intense dynamic suggestiveness.”
His brushstrokes cut across the surface of the canvas, bringing a third, virtual dimension to it and seemingly breathing it into life.

The gesture, the brushstrokes, and how the colors are painted throughout the surface of the canvas were the subjects and highlights of Zóbel’s works. As stated by Rod. Paras-Perez in his book Fernando Zóbel, abstract-expressionists like Zóbel depict the “process or essence of things rather than their outward appearance.” It is in the intrinsic nature of Zóbel’s subjects where we can find the deepest appreciation for his artistry. Without a deeper appreciation and understanding of what abstract expressionism is, we might say that Zóbel’s work is one-dimensional, possibly even monotonous. Despite this, his works are not homogenous and do
not give in to superficial and shallow representation.
Art critic Leonidas Benesa once wrote: “What the artist presents for contemplation is the result of an inner experience, be the subject the landscape in nature,
or in a painting.” This piece by Zóbel demonstrates
his minimalist orientation with an ascetic elegance. Purita Kalaw Ledesma told Cid Reyes in 1973: “The delicacy of style, the balance of the restraint, and
the things unsaid… these things I find in Zóbel’s art,
and it moves me.”

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Pink House

Lot 98: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) Pink House

Auction Date: Sep 11, 2021

Estimate: ₱6,000,000 - ₱7,800,000

Description:

PROPERTY FROM THE DON BENITO J. LEGARDA JR. COLLECTION
Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Pink House
signed and dated 1952 (lower right)
ink and tempera on board
31" x 24" (79 cm x 61 cm)

P 6,000,000


Literature
Duldulao, Manuel D. Contemporary Philippine Art: From the Fifties
to the Seventies. Vera - Reyes, Inc. Quezon City. 1972. p. 44.


exhibited
Philippine Art Gallery, 1953

 

In the same manner as other artists, Fernando Zóbel experimented with various techniques and styles before progressing into his trademark abstraction. It was at Harvard where he started to paint by himself. This spanned the years 1948 to
1952, during which he was influenced by Hyman Bloom, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Toulous Lautrec. In September 1952, Zóbel returned to Manila and started his professional painting career. He became acquainted with the young Filipino artists
who held exhibitions at the Philippine Art Gallery (PAG) in Manila, such as Arturo Luz, Hernando Ocampo, Anita Magsaysay-Ho, and Vicente Manansala. This period also marked his affiliation with the Philippine
Art Gallery that hosted several solo exhibitions of his
works throughout the 1950s.

When Zóbel returned to the Philippines, he would constantly draw figures that reflected his time as the person-in-charge of building the roads in Forbes Park. Zóbel cast aside his Bostonian style and the themes that pervaded his earliest works, and veered his subject matter towards Philippine forms and images inspired by his observations in reality. Zóbel developed an interest in painting figurative subjects including Baroque houses, becoming the new protagonists of his works. He rendered them in warm, eye-catching, and flat colors – surfaces that deviate from the traditional perspective and visually echoing Henri Matisse’s influence on his style during this period. Employing black for his lines, the compositions were similar to colored drawings in children’s books that proliferate with the vivacity of bright hues.

In 1953, Zóbel was elected as the president of the Art Association of the Philippines. In the same year, he showcased his works – this piece included – at his debut solo exhibition at the Philippine Art Gallery. Zóbel’s biographer Angeles Villalba Salvador describes the artist’s works in the exhibition in the Catálogo exposición ZÓBEL: “(Zóbel) departed from the more symbolic and romantic themes of his Boston works and used a costumbrista theme. (The works) were conceived as surfaces which were filled with plain and very vivid colors, where traditional perspective sometimes disappeared completely, and in others, used subtle spatial references combined with spaces and two-dimensional figures. Matisse’s influence is important in these figurative works, which are characterized by a brilliant texture where sometimes thick, black lines are superimposed on the masses of color that foreshadow the gestures of later works.”

Zóbel himself also detailed in the essay Methods of Contemporary Painters his method in creating these works: “My approach is slow and deliberate. I draw quick ink sketches of possible motifs, or sometimes in watercolor. I continually do it wherever. If the theme has promise, I draw it, sometimes quite big. In the drawing, I try to resolve, as much as possible, some aspect of what will be the final painting. Its color range, for example, or its composition. Generally, I usually accumulate fifty sketches and thirty drawings before starting the final painting.”

Be that as it may, Zóbel was less engrossed in thought in capturing the intrinsic nature of his subjects rather than its extrinsic appearance. In Fernando Zóbel: Man and Artist, art critic Ricaredo Demetillo writes: “The subject matter of Zóbel’s paintings generally are of a representational nature, even when he is at his most abstract. You somehow feel that he is concerned with purging the object of its surface features to reveal the form beneath, that he eschews the retinal impression to contemplate purely thing-ness and compositional relationship of objects.”

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Lithograph by Fernando Zóbel

Lot 52: Lithograph by Fernando Zóbel

Auction Date: Jul 31, 2021

Estimate: ₱0 - ₱0

Description: An untitled (sin titulo) 20th century abstract lithograph by Filipino-Spanish modernist artist Fernando Zóbel de Ayala y Montojo (1924-1984). Signed and framed....

Location: Paranaque City, PH

Auction House: Casa de Memoria

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - Untitled

Lot 9: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - Untitled

Auction Date: Jul 16, 2021

Estimate: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

Description:

PROPERTY FROM THE CHRIS BROOKS COLLECTION

Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Untitled
signed (lower right)
pen and ink on paper
7” x 7” (18 cm x 18 cm)

 

Provenance:
A gift from the artist to the present owner

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984) - a) Deportiva Futbol Estado II b) Deportiva Futbol Estado III

Lot 215: Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984) - a) Deportiva Futbol Estado II b) Deportiva Futbol Estado III

Auction Date: Jul 16, 2021

Estimate: ₱25,000 - ₱32,500

Description:

Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)
a) Deportiva Futbol Estado II b) Deportiva Futbol Estado III
signed (lower right) each
etching, 32/35 each
5” x 6 1/2” (13 cm x 17 cm) each

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - Untitled

Lot 244: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - Untitled

Auction Date: Jul 16, 2021

Estimate: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel(1924 - 1984)
a) Untitled b) Untitled c) Untitled
A. signed and dated 1952 (lower right) B. signed (lower right) C. signed and dated 1966 (lower right)
etching
A. 21” x 14” (53 cm x 36 cm) B. 3/20 13” x 10” (33 cm x 25 cm) C. 8” x 8” (20 cm x 20 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - a) Prueba b) Pais Ajillo c) Eclipse

Lot 246: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - a) Prueba b) Pais Ajillo c) Eclipse

Auction Date: Jul 16, 2021

Estimate: ₱30,000 - ₱39,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel(1924 - 1984)
a) Prueba b) Pais Ajillo c) Eclipse
signed (lower right)
etching
A. 2” x 2 1/2” (5 cm x 6 cm) B. 77/100 7” x 7” (18 cm x 18 cm) C. 69/80 7” x 7” (18 cm x 18 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - a) El Jardin b) La Ventana c) Prueba

Lot 247: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - a) El Jardin b) La Ventana c) Prueba

Auction Date: Jul 16, 2021

Estimate: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel(1924 - 1984)
a) El Jardin b) La Ventana c) Prueba
A. signed and dated 1964 (lower right) B. signed and dated 1964 (lower right) C. signed (lower right)
etching
A. 12/50 8” x 9 1/2” (20 cm x 24 cm) B. 43/50 14” x 11” (36 cm x 28 cm) C. 14” x 11” (36 cm x 28 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - a) Los Grajos b) Untitled c.) Untitled

Lot 248: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984) - a) Los Grajos b) Untitled c.) Untitled

Auction Date: Jul 16, 2021

Estimate: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel(1924 - 1984)
a) Los Grajos b) Untitled C. c) Untitled
signed and dated 1964 (lower right)
etching
A. 42/50 11” x 9” (28 cm x 23 cm) B. 45/60 11” x 13 1/2” (28 cm x 34 cm) C. 44/50 11” x 14” (28 cm x 36 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Notebooks (1977-1979)

Lot 504: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Notebooks (1977-1979)

Auction Date: Jun 29, 2021

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

Notebooks (1977-1979). 2000
Facsimile Edition of 6 Watercolors of the Notebooks of Fernando Zóbel (1977-1979), stamped in four colors on tintoretto paper. All of them, stamped on the back of the Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani, Fundación Juan March. Original folder is attached.
Edita Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani, Fundación Juan March, Palma de Mallorca 2000
Measures 43 x 33.5 cm
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - The bridge. Cuenca

Lot 308: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - The bridge. Cuenca

Auction Date: Jun 29, 2021

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

The bridge. Basin. 1977
Watercolor and ink on paper
Signed, titled and dated February 6, 1977
Measurements 27.5 x 37.5 cm
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Winter in Seville IV", 1977

Lot 651: FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Winter in Seville IV", 1977

Auction Date: Jun 17, 2021

Estimate: €82,500 - €110,000

Description: Signed in the lower left corner. Certificate of authenticity from the Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia is attached. .40 x 70 cm...

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Ansorena

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Mode of serving soup."

Lot 700: FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Mode of serving soup."

Auction Date: Jun 17, 2021

Estimate: €600 - €800

Description: A gift from the artist to the family of the current owner. .16 x 9,5 cm...

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Ansorena

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "La Glorie de Austerlitz" and "Self-Retracting", 1959

Lot 698: FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "La Glorie de Austerlitz" and "Self-Retracting", 1959

Auction Date: Jun 17, 2021

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,000

Description: Titled and one of them dated and signed Gifts from the artist to the current owner's family .14 x 9 cm each...

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Ansorena

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "We speak French"

Lot 701: FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "We speak French"

Auction Date: Jun 17, 2021

Estimate: €750 - €1,000

Description: Titled and Signed in the lower right corner Gift from the artist to the family of the current owner. .13 x 7.5 cm...

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Ansorena

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Caricatures"

Lot 699: FERNANDO ZÓBEL DE AYALA (1924 / 1984) "Caricatures"

Auction Date: Jun 17, 2021

Estimate: €3,000 - €4,000

Description: Set of five drawings entitled Can thé jondo, Cán poamór, La aura cana, Cid Can peador and Can y Bal Gifts from the artist to the family of the present owner. .12,5 x 8 cm each...

Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Ansorena

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "Sunset with poplars", 1978. Oil on canvas. It has a Theo gallery label (Madrid), on the back. Titled and dated on the back.

Lot 85: FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "Sunset with poplars", 1978. Oil on canvas. It has a Theo gallery label (Madrid), on the back. Titled and dated on the back.

Auction Date: Jun 17, 2021

Estimate: €120,000 - €130,000

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL (Manila, Philippines, 1924 - Rome, Italy, 1984). "Sunset with poplars", 1978. Oil on canvas. It has a Theo gallery label (Madrid), on the back. Titled and dated on the back. Measures: 80 x 100 cm; 82 x 102 cm (frame). A soft and vaporous brushstroke defines this conceptual landscape, in which Zóbel retains a certain vibration in the stroke, denoting the transmutation of a changing reality, immersed in a completely personal atmosphere, which stands out for its lyricism and poetic aesthetics as artistic synesthesia. This work made in 1978, has a great similarity with the piece that belongs to the collection of the Juan March Foundation, "The view XXVI", both reflect the artist's interest in the landscape, and that balanced tension, which generates a view where the elements of nature are adapted to a contained abstraction. However, it should be noted that this work is also close to the series he made during the 80's, in which he introduced a change in the way of applying color, providing greater chromatic activity and playing with the gradations of tones, creating more dynamic and daring compositions. Historian, patron of the arts, university professor and collector are some of the adjectives corresponding to the figure of Fernando Zóbel, one of the most outstanding painters of the 20th century in Spain. The formation and cultivation of his personality, never ceases to develop, highlighting his love for books. He studied Medicine in the Philippines and graduated in Philosophy and Arts at Harvard University in the United States, being at this time when he became interested and involved with the pictorial world influenced by the Boston School, whose palette showed almost pure colors framed by a very marked drawing. Thus, in 1951 he took up the chair of Fine Arts at the Ateneo de Manila. Zóbel's evolution and need to develop a personal artistic language led him to explore the world of abstraction influenced by Rothko, or the expressionism of Pollock or de Kooning, working on very valid non-figurative proposals. To this, it is necessary to add the great influence and interest he felt towards oriental cultures, increasing this eagerness with his participation in a Chinese archaeological excavation discovered in the Philippine peninsula of Calatagan. As it was said, Zóbel's work drinks from the East, so much so that oriental calligraphy is the one that favors the presence of sinuous lines of great elegance, which can be appreciated in the work that concerns us, in which the meticulous and thoughtful previous work can be appreciated. And there is nothing left to chance in his apparently spontaneous painting, all of them contain a period of reflection and previous execution, because, as he said: "my process is the process of sketch, drawing, sketch and painting", a planning that gives rise to perfect scenographies formed by movement, lines, speed, space and light. His work is represented in important museums such as the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Español in Valladolid, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha (Nebraska), the Hispanic Society of America, as well as in collections such as Chase Manhattan Bank, the AENA Art Collection of Contemporary Art in Madrid, as well as the Banco Urquijo in Barcelona....

Location: Barcelona, ES

Auction House: Setdart Auction House

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)

Lot 115: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)

Auction Date: Jun 05, 2021

Estimate: ₱240,000 - ₱312,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Eva
signed with dedication “exclusively hand-painted
for Chris Brooks” (back)
ca 1950
handpainted neck tie
26 1/2” x 4” (67 cm x 10 cm)


Leon Gallery wishes to thank Doña Georgina Padilla Zóbel for
graciously confirming the authenticity of this lot


When artists and their patrons reach a certain point of
understanding of their mutual interests and passion, they
develop and eventually establish a fervent companionship.
This is particularly evident in this hand-painted tie by Fernando
Zóbel which is a symbol of his appreciation for Chris Brooks
and his wife, Pat. Zóbel had long established a strong
friendship with the couple who eventually became his ardent
patrons. In a written correspondence sent by Zóbel to Pat
Brooks, it is apparent that the couple has become remarkably
enthusiastic about the artist and his works. As a memento of
his indebtedness and gratitude to the Brooks, Zóbel gifted Chris
a hand-painted tie depicting a woman and an apple. One can
come to an insightful conclusion that the illustration is inspired
by the ill-fated biblical story of Eve and the cursed fruit – with
the word “EVA” imprinted on the tip of the tie and a depiction
of the first woman and the fruit, represented by an apple. This
particular piece is a notable deviation from Zóbel’s oeuvre since
the artist is very well-known and renowned for his abstractions.
Signed and dedicated by the artist himself, this work is a
manifestation of the comical facet of Zóbel’s character which
is not frequently demonstrated in his reserved and consciously
deliberated abstract works

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Location: Makati City , PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)

Lot 80: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)

Auction Date: Jun 05, 2021

Estimate: ₱5,000,000 - ₱6,500,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Untitled
signed (lower left)
ca 1970
oil on canvas
24” x 24” (61 cm x 61 cm)


Leon Gallery wishes to thank Doña Georgina Padilla Zóbel for
graciously confirming the authenticity of this lot


Fernando Zóbel’s oeuvre is characterized by a visual progression resulting from stylistic
evolutions out of the mastery and control of materials and techniques as well as creative and
intellectual pursuits throughout his artistic career. A witness of major art movements that were
occurring in the country, the U.S., and in Spain, Zóbel contributed immensely to Philippine
abstraction with his signature distillation or “paring down” creative process that seemingly
preempted the use of Minimalism in the country. This particular piece showcases Zóbel’s control
over his canvas through his seemingly perfect placement of form, gesture, and space.
This process of removing distractions to produce subdued, minimal and contemplative
masterpieces was influenced by the Spanish modern art movement. Toward the seventies and
eighties, nature became the main axis of Zóbel’s series of works. Drawn and influenced by his
environment, the charming landscapes and waters in Cuenca became his subjects in numerous
paintings, drawings, and photographs.

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Location: Makati City , PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)

Lot 112: Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)

Auction Date: Jun 05, 2021

Estimate: ₱5,000,000 - ₱6,500,000

Description:

Fernando Zóbel (1924 - 1984)
Gestos: The Boinas II (78 - 74)
signed (lower left and verso)
1978
oil on canvas
25” x 30” (64 cm x 76 cm)

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF A DISTINGUISHED LADY

Leon Gallery wishes to thank Doña Georgina Padilla Zóbel for
graciously confirming the authenticity of this lot


Fernando Zóbel lived within the realms of his artistry. As
he pointed out: “I think that painters paint the world they
live in. My world has to do with the history of art. It would
be absurd for me to attempt social realism. I’m the sort
of person who lives in museums or at home surrounded
by books and paintings.” After his baroque colorism of
the 1950s and the Serie Negra of the early 1960s, Zóbel
progressed into reductive abstraction which became the
foundation of his aesthetics.
Art critic Leonidas Benesa once wrote: “What the artist
presents for contemplation is the result of an inner
experience, be the subject the landscape in nature, or in
a painting.” He traversed into pure non-objectivism and
minimal color that defined his work in the mid-1960s. The
gestural lines dissipate into atmospheric tonalities that are
ambiguous yet intricate and sublime. This piece by Zobel
demonstrates his minimalist orientation with an ascetic
elegance. Purita Kalaw Ledesma told Cid Reyes in 1973:
“The delicacy of style, the balance of the restraint, and
the things unsaid... these things I find in Zobel’s art, and it
moves me.”

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Location: Makati City , PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL. Notes from the natural. (d)

Lot 709: FERNANDO ZÓBEL. Notes from the natural. (d)

Auction Date: Jun 03, 2021

Estimate: €2,500 - €3,000

Description: Watercolour on paper Signed, titled and dated January 19, 1977. With inscription: "del natural. Escuela BA de Sevilla". On the back, a label by Rafael Pérez-Madero, Madrid 17.5x26.5 cm....

Location: Barcelona, ES

Auction House: Balclis

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Three withered roses in the Plaza de Piletas

Lot 288: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Three withered roses in the Plaza de Piletas

Auction Date: May 18, 2021

Estimate: €3,500 - €7,000

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

Three withered roses in the Plaza de Piletas. 1980
Watercolor and ink on paper
Signed, titled and dated April 1980
size 38 x 28 cm
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Guadalquivir through the cartuja

Lot 290: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Guadalquivir through the cartuja

Auction Date: May 18, 2021

Estimate: €80,000 - €160,000

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

Guadalquivir through the Charterhouse. 1973
Oil on canvas
Signed
Back signed, titled and dated August 7, 1973
size 80 x 80 cm

PROVENANCE
Juana Mordó Gallery, Madrid
Particular collection
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZOBEL - The River

Lot 427: FERNANDO ZOBEL - The River

Auction Date: May 18, 2021

Estimate: €350 - €700

Description: FERNANDO ZOBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

The River. 1977
Heliograbate on hand-completed paper with colored pencils by Zobel himself
Signed in pencil and dedicated
Numbered 340/460
Size 42 x 31.5 cm
All specimens are slightly different

We thank Mr. Alfonso de la Torre for his help in cataloguing this work

bibliography
Rafael Pérez-Madero, "Zobel. Complete Graphic Work", Provincial Council of Cuenca 1999, no. 178. Page 181
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Dialogue

Lot 428: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Dialogue

Auction Date: May 18, 2021

Estimate: €1,200 - €2,400

Description: FERNANDO ZOBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

dialogue. 1969
Stencil (plantigraphy) and pencil on paper, brushed by the artist himself
Signed in pencil
Color test A. Six color tests were performed by hand by the artist. This copy is the first of the 6 (Single State)
Size 33 x 24.5 cm
Editing Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, Cuenca 1969

PROCEDENE (back seal)
Pilares Art Gallery, Basin
Private collection

bibliography
Rafael Pérez-Madero, "Zobel. Complete Graphic Work", Provincial Council of Cuenca 1999, no. 112. Page 119
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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Fernando Zobel Etching

Lot 35: Fernando Zobel Etching

Auction Date: May 12, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Etching "Pruiba" signed Zobel '65, 7 3/4" x 9 3/4"  ...

Location: North Hampton, NH, US

Auction House: Paul McInnis, LLC

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Fernando Zobel Etching

Lot 34: Fernando Zobel Etching

Auction Date: May 12, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Etching, single bird, artist proof, signed  Zobel, 5" x 10 3/4"  ...

Location: North Hampton, NH, US

Auction House: Paul McInnis, LLC

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Fernando Zobel De Ayala (Spanish-Filipino, 1924-1984), THIS PIECE IS DATED MAY OF 1984, ZOBEL PASSED AWAY JUNE 2, 1984; Primavera, Jucar, 1984, oil on linen, signed, titled, and dated on the reverse, 39 3/8" x 31 1/2".

Lot 205: Fernando Zobel De Ayala (Spanish-Filipino, 1924-1984), THIS PIECE IS DATED MAY OF 1984, ZOBEL PASSED AWAY JUNE 2, 1984; Primavera, Jucar, 1984, oil on linen, signed, titled, and dated on the reverse, 39 3/8" x 31 1/2".

Auction Date: May 01, 2021

Estimate: $20,000 - $40,000

Description: Fernando Zobel De Ayala (Spanish-Filipino, 1924-1984), THIS PIECE IS DATED MAY OF 1984, ZOBEL PASSED AWAY JUNE 2, 1984; Primavera, Jucar, 1984, oil on linen, signed, titled, and dated on the reverse, 39 3/8" x 31 1/2"....

Location: Windsor, CT, US

Auction House: Nadeau's Auction Gallery

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Fernando Zobel (1924-1984)

Lot 246: Fernando Zobel (1924-1984)

Auction Date: Apr 09, 2021

Estimate: ₱30,000 - ₱39,000

Description:

Fernando Zobel (1924-1984)
Abstract
print
21” x 27” (53 cm x 69 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)

Lot 244: Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)

Auction Date: Apr 09, 2021

Estimate: ₱10,000 - ₱13,000

Description:

Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)
Abstract
signed (lower left)
print
16” x 12” (41 cm x 30 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zobel

Lot 5: Fernando Zobel

Auction Date: Apr 09, 2021

Estimate: ₱10,000 - ₱13,000

Description:

Fernando Zobel
Orilla XV
signed (lower right) dated 1980
offset lithograph
23” x 23” (58 cm x 58 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)

Lot 25: Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)

Auction Date: Apr 09, 2021

Estimate: ₱15,000 - ₱19,500

Description:

Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)
Untitled
signed (lower right)
etching
10 1/2” x 14 1/2” (26 cm x 36 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)

Lot 264: Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)

Auction Date: Apr 09, 2021

Estimate: ₱20,000 - ₱26,000

Description:

Fernando Zobel (1924 - 1984)
Abstract
etching
5 1/2 x 9” (14 cm x 22 cm)

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Location: Makati City, PH

Auction House: Leon Gallery

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL Manila 1924-Rome 1984 Untitled. 1980 Watercolor and ink on paper

Lot 283: FERNANDO ZÓBEL Manila 1924-Rome 1984 Untitled. 1980 Watercolor and ink on paper

Auction Date: Mar 23, 2021

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

Untitled. 1980
Watercolor and ink on paper
Signed, dedicated and dated in Paris January 1980
"A cordial greeting to Doña Violeta Correa de Belaúnde. Le Muniche, Paris, January 1980"
Measurements 19 x 28 cm
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL Manila 1924-Rome 1984 El Patio III-Virgenes. 1984 Serigraph on pa

Lot 478: FERNANDO ZÓBEL Manila 1924-Rome 1984 El Patio III-Virgenes. 1984 Serigraph on pa

Auction Date: Mar 23, 2021

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

El Patio III-Virgenes. 1984
Serigraph on paper
Numbered 53/460
Measurements 70 x 84 cm
Edited by Rafael Pérez-Madero 1984

Attached Certificate signed by Mr. Rafael Pérez-Madero and numbered 53/460. Madrid, July 30, 1984.

This edition, the artist's last, was finished printing after his death, so no copy could be signed.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Rafael Pérez-Madero, "Zóbel. Complete Graphic Work", Cuenca Provincial Council 1999, nº 231. Page 253
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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"Los Hocinos" by Fernando Zobel

Lot 71: "Los Hocinos" by Fernando Zobel

Auction Date: Mar 20, 2021

Estimate: ₱0 - ₱0

Description: Serigraph titled "Los Hocinos" by Spanish-Filipino artist, museum founder, and philantrophist Fernando Zobel de Ayala y Montojo (1924 - 1984). Signed and numbered 96/360. Reproduced in Rafael Rafael Pérez-Madero and Antonio Lorenzo's book "Zóbel: Obra Gráfica Completa" published by the Provincal Council of Cuenca, pp. 206-207....

Location: Paranaque City, PH

Auction House: Casa de Memoria

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Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984) Composition abstraite Aquarelle sur fond de monotype sur papier

Lot 180: Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984) Composition abstraite Aquarelle sur fond de monotype sur papier

Auction Date: Mar 19, 2021

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984)
Composition abstraite
Aquarelle sur fond de monotype sur papier
fort, signé, annoté, situé , daté 24 juin 1976 et
dédicacé en bas de la composition.
23,3 x 29 cm
Provenance :
- Denise Renard, galeriste dans les années 1960-70.
- Par descendance à l'actuel propriétaire.
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Location: Paris, FR

Auction House: OGER - BLANCHET

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Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984) Composition abstraite Aquarelle et plume sur papier fort, signé, situé,

Lot 179: Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984) Composition abstraite Aquarelle et plume sur papier fort, signé, situé,

Auction Date: Mar 19, 2021

Estimate: €600 - €800

Description: Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984)
Composition abstraite
Aquarelle et plume sur papier fort, signé, situé,
daté novembre 1978 et dédicacé en bas à droite.
38,5 x 56,7 cm
Provenance :
- Denise Renard, galeriste dans les années 1960-70.
- Par descendance à l'actuel propriétaire.
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Location: Paris, FR

Auction House: OGER - BLANCHET

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Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984) Composition abstraite Aquarelle et plume sur papier fort, signé, situé

Lot 181: Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984) Composition abstraite Aquarelle et plume sur papier fort, signé, situé

Auction Date: Mar 19, 2021

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: Fernando ZOBEL DE AYALA (1924-1984)
Composition abstraite
Aquarelle et plume sur papier fort, signé, situé
Madrid, daté 28 en Septembre 1979 et dédicacé
en bas à droite.
Rousseurs, restes de craft.
37,8 x 28,2 cm
Provenance :
- Denise Renard, galeriste dans les années 1960-70.
- Par descendance à l'actuel propriétaire.
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Location: Paris, FR

Auction House: OGER - BLANCHET

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Shore XV

Lot 469: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Shore XV

Auction Date: Feb 16, 2021

Estimate: €500 - €1,000

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

Orilla XV. 1981
Silkscreen on paper
Signed in pencil
Numbered 128/460
Sizes 99.5 x 69.5 cm
Published by Museum of Spanish Abstract Art of Cuenca 1981

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Rafael Pérez-Madero, "Zóbel. Complete Graphic Work", Diputación Provincial de Cuenca 1999, nº 198. Page 221
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Tribute to Newton (Unique State)

Lot 468: FERNANDO ZÓBEL - Tribute to Newton (Unique State)

Auction Date: Feb 16, 2021

Estimate: €650 - €1,300

Description: FERNANDO ZÓBEL
Manila 1924-Rome 1984

Tribute to Newton (Unique State). 1969
Stencil (plantigraphy) made by brush by the artist himself
Signed in pencil, titled, dedicated and dated "January 6, 1969"
Test dedicated to Ángeles Gasset. 15 copies and a dozen proofs were published in different colors and papers
Sizes 45.5 x 30.5 cm

We thank Mr. Alfonso de la Torre for his help in cataloging this work

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Rafael Pérez-Madero, "Zóbel. Complete Graphic Work", Diputación Provincial de Cuenca 1999, nº 109. Págs. 112 and 113
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Location: Madrid, ES

Auction House: Subastas Segre

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