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Artists (19th century)

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Artists born in the 19th century that appear in the catalog of works of art in LCE. The works can be in the store (artists in store), or have them through the artist or vendor. If the work of the artist you are looking for is located in Mallorca, we can have it in our store in 24 hours (by Miquel Arcas 6, 07010 Palma, tel 657.809.446) and you can have the opportunity to supervise it If the work of the artist we are looking for is available for sale but not in Mallorca and is located on the peninsula or the rest of the world, you must know our purchasing conditions, between GENERAL TERMS OF USE

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  • Anckermann, Ricardo
  • Anglada Camarasa, Hermen
    <p>Hermenegild Anglada i Camarasa (Barcelona, 1871 - Pollença, 1959)</p> <p></p> <p>Hermen Anglada Camarasa was born in Barcelona in 1871 and was the son of a painter-decorator of cars and a water-colorist amateur. He attended the courses of the School of the "Llotja" in Barcelona and was a pupil of Modest Urgell whose work influenced him remarkably in the first production, usually landscapes. His first exhibition dates from 1880 and the first individual exhibition of 1884, year in which he also went to Paris to complete his training and established his residence. In 1900 he exhibited in Barcelona creating a great impact for his modernity obtaining a resounding success. After his initial stage landscaper, the painter began a phase of large canvases dedicated to the figure. Portraits, traditional scenes and popular types such as Andalusian dancers, Valencian peasants and gypsies came to replace the themes of the "Music Hall", gardens and cafes of the Parisian period. Anglada Camarasa's painting is of an exuberant colorist preciosity, unusual thicknesses of material, vibrant colored lights lit on backgrounds of infinite nuances, sinuous linear rhythms and refined arabesques of masterful draftsman. All these qualities placed Anglada Camarasa at the top of Catalan artists and in a first line of painters of universal scope. In 1913 Anglada settled permanently in Pollença, completing the cycle of his work with a renewed interest in the landscape, flowers, aquatic themes of fish and fantastic underwater scenes. Between 1915 and 1916 the so-called "Escola Pollensina" formed, formed by a large part of his Latin American disciples who came with him to Majorca. His last stage was not excessively prolific in terms of production due to his advanced age, but he received the institutional recognition being named (among other distinctions), Honor Scholar of San Fernando.</p> <p></p> <p>Source: Pintaren Pollença (exhibition catalog): Lorenç Cerdà 1862 - 1955, H. Anglada Camarasa 1871 - 1959, Tito Cittadini 1886 - 1960, Dionís Bennàssar 1904 - 1967, Pollença (Ajuntament), 1995- Pollença, 1959)</p>
  • Bestard, Guillem
  • Bissier, Julius
  • Castellanas, Josep
    <p>Josep Castellanas Garrich(Barcelona 1896 - Majorca 1980)</p> <p></p> <p>Born in Barcelona in 1896, in 1919 he moved to Mallorca following in the footsteps of Santiago Rusiñol, with whom he had previously exhibited in his native city. During his life he returned to live in Barcelona, but he also had a long period in Mexico. After the Spanish Civil War, he returned to the island to stay permanently, first in Deià and later in Sóller, places from which he extracted numerous themes that he reflected in his work, the same one that evidences his sensitive vision of reality. Finally, he died in Majorca in 1980.</p> <p></p> <p>Source: Ripoll, L., Perelló, R. (1981) The Balearics and their painters (1836-1936). Identification and Approach Test. Palma: Luis Ripoll Ed.</p>
  • Cerdà i Bisbal, Llorenç
  • Cittadini, Tito
    <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-gb" xml:lang="en-gb">Tito Cittadini Podesta (Buenos Aires, 1886 - Pollença, 1960)</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"></p> <p> </p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-gb" xml:lang="en-gb">Tito Cittadini was born in Buenos Aires in 1886, son of the Italian journalist Basilio Cittadini, who emigrated to Argentina in 1869, where he continued his prolific career. He started architecture studies at the University of Buenos Aires, but then left the architecture for painting. In 1910 he travelled to Paris where he entered the academy of Anglada Camarasa. In the summer of 1912 he worked in Segovia, painting the arid Castilian fields. Again, he returned to Paris and following his teacher, he settled in Pollença between 1912-1913. In love with Mallorca and its surroundings he paints his coves and mountains almost feverishly. At the beginning of the decade of the twenties, Tito Cittadini discovered the garden of Pollença; his landscapes, his people and customs motivate him in such a way that his painting takes a calmer look and leads his work to the boundaries of Impressionism. In 1934 his painting underwent a temporary change, a fauve reaction, with experiences inspired by Cézanne, returning later to a balance between the observed and what remains in the memory. Cittadini made numerous exhibitions around the world both in museums and the Van Dyke Gallery in New York; as in important galleries such as Leicester Gallery in London. Cittadini as well as a great artist was a profound theorist of art who received numerous recognitions such as the Prize of L'Excma. Diputació de Balears in 1931. His influence on Mallorcan painting was very remarkable.</span></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"></p> <p> </p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-gb" xml:lang="en-gb">Source: Pintaren Pollença (exhibition catalog): Lorenç Cerdà 1862 - 1955, H. Anglada Camarasa 1871 - 1959, Tito Cittadini 1886 - 1960, Dionís Bennàssar 1904 - 1967, Pollença (Ajuntament), 1995</span></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"></p> <p> </p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-gb" xml:lang="en-gb">Image: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3e/Basilio_Cittadini.jpg</span></p> <p></p>
  • Gleich, John
  • Klee, Paul
  • Leman, Ulrich
  • Macedonski, Alexis
  • Miró, Joan
    <p>Joan Miró i Ferrà (Barcelona, ​​1893 - Palma, 1983)</p> <p></p> <p>Joan Miró i Ferrà. Painter, sculptor, engraver and ceramist, considered one of the greatest representatives of Surrealism. In his work he reflected his interest in the subconscious, in the "infantile" and in his country. At first he showed strong fauves, cubist and expressionist influences, moving to a flat painting with a naïve air, as is his well-known painting "La Masía" from the year 1920. All the elements of this work are clearly represented, giving them a solidity oneiric. Other very representative elements in the works of Miró that will be repeated throughout his life will be the harlequin, the Catalan peasant, the constellations or the birds. From his stay in Paris, his work becomes more dreamlike, coinciding with the points of surrealism and joining this movement, in fact, Breton thought he would become the most surreal of all. Miró developed what Breton called "pure psychic automatism". In numerous interviews and writings dating from the 1930s, Miró expressed his wish to abandon conventional methods of painting, in his own words "kill them, kill them or violate them", to favor a form of expression that was contemporary, and not wanting to bend to their demands and aesthetics even with their commitments to the surrealists. After the Spanish Civil War his vision of the world darkened, making his works more and more sinister. The Surrealists helped to sow the seed so that the already close abstract expressionism would emerge. One of his major projects was the creation in 1975 of the Joan Miró Foundation, located in Barcelona, ​​a cultural and artistic center to spread the new trends of contemporary art, constituting a large fund of works donated by the author; Other places with important funds of their works are the Pilar i Joan Miró Foundation in Palma de Mallorca, the MNAM in Paris and the MoMA in New York.</p> <p></p> <p>Text source: HONOUR, Hugh and FLEMMING, John. World History of Art Ed. Akal. Madrid, 2004</p> <p></p> <p>Text source: http://www.arteespana.com/joanmiro.htm // image: https://elpais.com/ccaa/2017/11/04/catalunya/1509821129_569055.html</p>
  • Ribas Oliver, Antoni
  • Roch Minué, Pasqual
  • Tarrassó, Casimir
    <p>Casimir Martínez Tarrassó (Barcelona, ​​1898-1980)</p> <p></p> <p>Casimir Martínez Tarrassó was born in Sarriá in 1900. He is the son of Francesc Martínez Juárez and Maria Teresa Tarrassó Benet. With the age of seven he is enrolled in the art school, when the minimum age of entrance is nine years old. He works in a trade company and paints on Sundays. In 1928 he made his first exhibition at the Galeries Laietanas in Barcelona. In 1940 he exhibited at the Augusta Galleries in Barcelona and traveled to Mallorca for the first time, exhibiting in various places on the island such as Santanyí or Llucmajor. In 1950 he made his first trip abroad, Paris being his destination. In 1958 he made a collection dedicated to the gardens of Mallorca and Montnegre, in Girona, to the Sala Loscertales in Barcelona. In 1962 he won the Pollença prize. In the following years he will exhibit at the Galleries Costa de Palma, at Mundi Art in Barcelona, ​​at the Balaguer house, at the Nou-Cents Gallery in Barcelona, ​​and in 1973 he obtains the 1st Painting Medal at the 32 Salón de Otoño, recognition that it is added to similar ones obtained previous years. Finally he died in Barcelona in 1980. Tarrassó followed in the steps of the great Catalan landscape painters, especially Joaquín Mir, with a distinct personality in his cultivation of the Catalan and Mallorcan landscape. His work is present in the most important public and private collections in Spain. The Government of the Balearic Islands dedicated him in 1991 an anthological exhibition in Sa Llonja (Palma) and published an illustrated catalog. The City Council of Santanyí dedicated in 2005 in the Municipal House of Culture a tribute exhibition.</p>
  • Ventosa, Josep
    <p>Josep Ventosa Domènech (Barcelona, ​​1897 - Port d'Andratx, 1982)</p> <p></p> <p>José Ventosa Doménech was born in Barcelona on May 12, 1897. In 1911 he entered the School of Fine Arts of San Jorge where he studied Perspective, History of Art and Artistic Anatomy. His first work is exhibited in the "Sala Dalmau" of Barcelona in 1924. He travels to Brussels and for a few years he studies avand-garde painting. Disappointed, he returns to Barcelona and, starting from Martí Alsina, returns to the landscape. He meets Meifrén and Domingo Soler in Ripoll at the age of 25. He belongs to the group "Nou ambient" and on the margin of the group he exhibits in several capitals of Europe and South America. In 1937 he participated in the exhibition-auction "Manifestation of Catalan Art" that had to be celebrated in Mexico. In 1947 he exhibited for the first time in Palma de Mallorca in the "Costa Gallery". The landscape of Mallorca makes Ventosa not think about leaving the island. In 1975 a tribute is paid to him in the Port of Andratx, where he established his residence. He was named an adopted son of that city in April 1982, one month before his death, on May 29.</p> <p></p> <p>Four stages of Josep Ventosa's painting are known thanks to miquelcinema.blogspot.com; In the first stage, the painter fits into the contemporary movement of his time, Cubism, in which he forms and develops as an artist; In the second stage, which begins once he decides to abandon cubism and return to the landscape with the most classical and academic painting, he focuses his subjects on the Catalan countryside, making use of a palette of "tender" greens and soft blues, without hard contrasts creating atmospheres that attenuate the viewer's gaze. The third stage starts from his transfer of residence to Mallorca in 1940, after the Spanish Civil War (as did Joan Miró); In these years he lets himself be dazzled by the light and colors of Mallorcan nature, his paintings combine maritime landscapes and traditional themes, a painting of great quality very close to the French impressionists of the previous century and to the Catalan Noucentists at the beginning of the century, take care of the technique and the palette with rigor. From the second half of each of the 50, begins its fourth stage that will continue to the end of its production and that stands out for the creation of large large-scale works by private orders as well as public institutions and art galleries . Its landscapes stand out with large fields of millenary olive trees from Mallorca that served so many later artists of reference.</p> <p></p> <p>Ventosa is one of the most important representatives of the "Mallorcan landscape" of the 20th century, recognized throughout the world.</p> <p></p> <p>Source: PERELLÓ-PARADELO, R .: Ventosa, International Ed. Jaime III, Palma de Mallorca // http://miquelcinema.blogspot.com/2013/09/josep-ventosa-domenech-barcelona-12-de.html</p>
  • Klee, Paul

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