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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes and Studio

Portrait of the Marquis de Caballero, seated three-quarter length, wearing uniform, the Cross of Carlos III and the Badge of the Order of Santiago

Estimate:

400,000 - 600,000 USD

Property from the CINTAS Foundation

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes and Studio

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes and Studio

Portrait of the Marquis de Caballero, seated three-quarter length, wearing uniform, the Cross of Carlos III and the Badge of the Order of Santiago

Portrait of the Marquis de Caballero, seated three-quarter length, wearing uniform, the Cross of Carlos III and the Badge of the Order of Santiago

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400,000 - 600,000 USD

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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes and Studio

Fuendetodos 1746 - 1828 Bordeaux

Portrait of the Marquis de Caballero, seated three-quarter length, wearing uniform, the Cross of Carlos III and the Badge of the Order of Santiago



signed, inscribed and dated: Ex.mo Sor / Marques de / Caballero / Min.tro de / Gr.a y Jus. / X / Goya / 1807

oil on canvas

canvas: 41 3/8 by 33 1/8 in.; 105.1 by 84.1 cm. 

framed: 53 by 45 1/4 in.; 134.6 by 115 cm. 


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弗朗西斯科・何塞・德・戈雅・盧西恩特斯及其工作室

1746年生於豐德托多斯,1828年卒於波爾多

《卡巴列羅侯爵四分三半身坐像,身穿制服並佩戴卡洛斯三世十字架與聖地亞哥騎士團章》


款識:藝術家簽名、題款並紀年 Ex.mo Sor / Marques de / Caballero / Min.tro de / Gr.a y Jus. / X / Goya / 1807

油彩畫布

畫布:41 3/8 x 33 1/8 英寸;105.1 x 84.1 公分

連框:53 x 45 1/4 英寸;134.6 x 115 公分

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Please refer to the online catalogue for the most up to date exhibition history on this lot.

Dona Maria Mayano y Montijo, Valladolid;

With Boussad and Valladon, Paris, 1912;

With Demotte, Paris, 1923;

Oscar B. Cintas (1887-1957), Havana and New York, by 1939;

By whom bequeathed to the CINTAS Foundation, Miami.

A.L. Mayer, Francisco de Goya, Munich 1923, p. 188, cat. no. 217a, reproduced pl. 198 (as a repetition of the painting in Budapest);
X. Desparmet Fitz-Gerald, L'oeuvre peinte de Goya. Catalogue Raisonne, Paris 1928-50, cat. no. 459;
J. Gudiol, Goya, Barcelona 1970, vol. I, under cat. no. 544 (as a replica of the painting in Budapest);
P. Gassier and J. Wilson, The Life and Complete Work of Francisco Goya, New York 1971, p. 374, under cat. no. 861 (as a replica of the painting in Budapest);
R. de Angelis, L'opera pittorica completa di Goya, Milan 1974, p. 120, under cat. no. 464;
J.L. Morales y Marin, Goya. Catalogo de la Pintura, Zaragoza 1994, p. 294, under cat. no. 373 (as a replica or copy);
É. Nyerges, in Obras Maestras del Arte Español, Museo de Bellas Artes de Budapest, exhibition catalogue, Bilbao 1997, p. 169, under cat. no. 46 (as a replica of the painting in Budapest).

New York, World's Fair, Masterpieces of Art, 27 May - 31 October 1939, no. 81;

Jacksonville, Florida, Cummer Gallery of Art, on long term loan;

Miami, Florida, The Lowe Art Museum, The Cintas Collection of Spanish Old Masters, on loan from 1989 until recently.