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PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR

Francisco Barrera
Documented in Madrid 1632 - 1657
STILL LIFE WITH GAME
Estimate
25,00035,000
LOT SOLD. 26,400 USD
JUMP TO LOT
343

PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR

Francisco Barrera
Documented in Madrid 1632 - 1657
STILL LIFE WITH GAME
Estimate
25,00035,000
LOT SOLD. 26,400 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Old Master Paintings and European Works of Art Including Property of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

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Francisco Barrera
Documented in Madrid 1632 - 1657
DOCUMENTED IN MADRID 1632 - 1657
STILL LIFE WITH GAME

Provenance

With Derek Johns, Ltd., London, from whom purchased by the present owner.

Catalogue Note

Francisco Barrera received his artistic training in Madrid in the 1620's, where Juan van der Hamen was the leading still life painter.  His style during this period clearly reflects the strong influence of Van der Hamen. By 1638 Barrera seems to have been directing a small team of painters working on the decoration of the new Buen Retiro Palace, which included the painter Antonio Ponce, Lorenzo Sanchez and Domingo de Yanguas.  Barrera remains best known for his still life paintings.  The still life genre was very popular with the Spanish court of Philip IV, Spanish nobility and even the middle class as it evoked images of favored past times, such as hunting.

Important Old Master Paintings and European Works of Art Including Property of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

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New York