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José Honorato Lozano
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NINE WATERCOLOURS OF THE PHILIPPINES, INCLUDING A RIVERSIDE VIEW OF A HOUSE IN MANILA; THE COURTYARD OF THE SAME HOUSE; FIGURES PREPARING RICE; TWO WOMEN, ONE SMOKING A CIGAR; A LADY CONVERSING WITH A FARMER; A FAMILY BOARDING A BOAT; A GENTLEMAN HOLDING A CANE AND PARASOL; AN ELEGANT LADY; AND A SOLIDER ARMED WITH A DAGGER, SWORD AND SPEAR
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José Honorato Lozano
FILIPINO
NINE WATERCOLOURS OF THE PHILIPPINES, INCLUDING A RIVERSIDE VIEW OF A HOUSE IN MANILA; THE COURTYARD OF THE SAME HOUSE; FIGURES PREPARING RICE; TWO WOMEN, ONE SMOKING A CIGAR; A LADY CONVERSING WITH A FARMER; A FAMILY BOARDING A BOAT; A GENTLEMAN HOLDING A CANE AND PARASOL; AN ELEGANT LADY; AND A SOLIDER ARMED WITH A DAGGER, SWORD AND SPEAR
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José Honorato Lozano
1815-1885
FILIPINO
NINE WATERCOLOURS OF THE PHILIPPINES, INCLUDING A RIVERSIDE VIEW OF A HOUSE IN MANILA; THE COURTYARD OF THE SAME HOUSE; FIGURES PREPARING RICE; TWO WOMEN, ONE SMOKING A CIGAR; A LADY CONVERSING WITH A FARMER; A FAMILY BOARDING A BOAT; A GENTLEMAN HOLDING A CANE AND PARASOL; AN ELEGANT LADY; AND A SOLIDER ARMED WITH A DAGGER, SWORD AND SPEAR
all watercolour over pencil, heightened with bodycolour and gum arabic;
four inscribed
Largest 24.5 by 32.5 cm., 9½ by 12½in.
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Lieutenant-General Sir James Hartigan (1876-1962)

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Lozano was born in Manila, the son of the lighthouse keeper at Manila Bay and grew up in Sampaloc just outside Intramuros. By the 1840s he was established as the city’s leading painter and was described as 'a watercolourist without rival' by a local commentator Rafael Diaz Arenas as early as 1850.

This rare set of watercolours once belonged to Lieutenant-General Sir James Hartigan (1876-1962), who travelled extensively throughout his career in the British army and who may have acquired them while in the east.

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