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十九世紀歐洲繪畫

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Antonio de la Gandara
1861 - 1917
FRENCH
PORTRAIT OF AMBASSADOR DEL SOLAR AND HIS CHILDREN
signed A de la Gandara (lower right) 
oil on canvas 
79 1/2 by 45 1/2 in.
201.9 by 115.6 cm
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來源

Sale: Christie's, New York, November 1, 1995, lot 21, illustrated
Kurt Schon, Ltd., New Orleans 
Private Collection, North Carolina 

展覽

Probably, Munich, 1906

出版

Je Sais Tout: magazine encyclopédique illustré, Paris, February 15, 1905, no. 49, p. 85, illustrated 
Femina, Paris, August 1, 1909 
Antonia Fraser, "Not Just a Pretty Face," The Telegraph, London, October 28, 2007 
Xavier Mathieu, Antonio de la GandaraUn témoin de la Belle Époque, Deauville, 2011, p. 92-3, illustrated (in color and in the background of a black and white photograph) 

相關資料

Antonio de La Gandara, a contemporary of John Singer Sargent and Giovanni Boldini, was a celebrated portraitist in Paris. Born in Spain, he relocated to the French capital, where he studied under Jean-Léon Gerome and Alexandre Cabanel. De La Gandara was also influenced by his own artistic heritage, namely the portraits of his countrymen Vélasquez and Goya.

Completed in 1904, the present lot depicts Alberto del Solar with his two daughters, Felisa and Enriqueta. The Chilean ambassador, Del Solar, also a poet, belonged to a glittering set of cultured South American expatriates living in Paris during the Belle Époque.

十九世紀歐洲繪畫

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