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Santiago Rusiñol
SPANISH
LAVADEROS DE LA BARCELONETA (THE WASHING PLACE, BARCELONA)
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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

Santiago Rusiñol
SPANISH
LAVADEROS DE LA BARCELONETA (THE WASHING PLACE, BARCELONA)
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拍品詳情

十九世紀歐洲繪畫

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Santiago Rusiñol
1861 - 1931
SPANISH
LAVADEROS DE LA BARCELONETA (THE WASHING PLACE, BARCELONA)
signed S. Rusiñol lower left
oil on canvas
56 by 93 cm., 22 by 36¾in.
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來源

Sala Parés, Barcelona, by 1960
Private collection, Spain (by 1970)

展覽

Barcelona, Sala Parés, 1890, no. 41
Barcelona, Homenatge del Cercle Artístic, 1932
Barcelona, Sala Parés, Medio siglo atrás, 1944, no. 11
Madrid, Salón Vilches, 1944, no. 6
Barcelona, Real Círculo Artístico, Exposición Homenaje, 1956 
Girona, Sala Municipal, Exposición Homenaje, 1957, no. 16 (with incorrect dimensions 70 by 110cm.)
Barcelona, Sala Parés, Exposició Extraordinària de quadres cèlebres, 1960, no. 22
Barcelona, Santa Creu, Exposición S. Rusiñol, no. 20
Barcelona, Sala Parés-Ajuntament de Barcelona, 1969, no. 30
Barcelona, Sala Parés, Centenari de la Sala Parés, 1977, no. 52

出版

La Vanguardia, 17 October 1890, illustrated on the cover
Heidi Johanna Roch, Santiago Rusiñol (1861-1931). Ein Beitrag zur Kunst des augehenden 19 Jhs. in Katalonien, Frankfurt am Main, 1983, fig. 8, illustrated
Josep de C. Laplana, Santiago Rusiñol, el pintor, l'home, Albadia de Montserrat, 1995, p. 484, no. 4.2.11, catalogued & illustrated
Josep de C. Laplana & Mercedes Palau-Ribes, La pintura de Santiago Rusiñol. Catàleg sistemàtic, Barcelona, 2004, vol. III, p. 31, no. 4.2.14, catalogued & illustrated

相關資料

Painted circa 1889-90, this important early work belongs to the series Rusiñol painted in Barcelona upon his return from his sojourn in Paris with fellow artist Ramón Casas. In contrast to Rusiñol’s later impressionistic landscapes, both compositionally and stylistically Lavadero de la Barceloneta shows the influence of French painting, as well as the naturalism championed by the novelist Emile Zola. The humble subject matter of laundresses at work, and the restrained colour palette, would have been regarded as highly avant garde back in Catalonia, turning Rusiñol into the undisputed leader of Catalan Modernism.

十九世紀歐洲繪畫

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