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Artists (1900 - 1930)

Artists (1900 - 1930)

Artists born between 1900 and 1930 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 seller. If the work of the artist you are looking for is in Mallorca, we can have it in our store in 24 hours (c / Miquel Arcas 6, 07010 Palma, tel 657809446) and you can have the opportunity to supervise it. If the work of the artist you are looking for is for sale but is not in Mallorca and is located in the peninsula or rest of the world, you should know our purchase conditions, enter GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE

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  • Bennàssar, Dionís
  • Celiá, Bernardí
    <p>Bernardino Celiá Colom (Sóller, Mallorca, 1921-1985).</p> <p>Born in Sóller in 1921. In his early years he was a disciple of Josep Ventosa. In 1947 he exhibits for the first time in Sóller. Later he will transfer his work to other places like Barcelona or Valencia, or Brussels or Anvers.</p> <p>His work focuses on the landscapes of the North Coast of Mallorca. The great influence of the School of Pollença means leaving aside the port of Sóller and representing places such as the Torrent de Pareis, Sa Calobra, or the place where he lived, Ca'n Pinya. His work stands out due to the intensity and strength achieved thanks to the masses of colors arranged as an almost abstract set, which leads to an intuitive vision of the same landscape. It is also characterized by the depth and its particular use of the lights and shadows, which leads to his work to be very representative of Mallorcan paintings of the twentieth century</p> <p>In his career he was awarded numerous prizes, such as the Painting and Landscape Painting Contest. Today, Bernardino Celiá is a reference within Mallorcan landscaping.</p>
  • Clavé, Antoni
    <p>Antoni Clavé i Sanmartí (Barcelona, ​​1913 - Saint-Tropez, 2005)</p> <p>In 1930 he entered the Art School of Barcelona where he stayed for two years. After finishing his studies, he started his career as a poster designer and achieved great success in the world of cinema. He also collaborated in the magazine "Pocholo" (Vives, 1931). At the end of the Spanish Civil War he went into exile in France, making his first exhibition in Perpignan in 1939. Later he moved to Paris, the city where he lived until 1956, when he moved to Saint-Tropez. In Paris he began his career as an illustrator and theater decorator. His first pictorial works were influenced by authors such as Édouard Vuillard and, above all, Pierre Bonnard. Having resided in the French capital, Clavé's work is often inscribed in the School of Paris along with that of other artists such as Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Joan Miró or Antonio Saura.  In 1944 he met Picasso personally, initiating a friendship that lasted until the death of the painter from Malaga. From that date, Clavé began to develop a work with a different and less classical plastic. In the 1950s he began an intense work in the world of ballet and theater, using mannequins and reaching fame in the world of international scenography. At the same time he began a work of illustrations of the work Gargantua and Pantagruel that led him to become familiar with a medieval iconography that was developed in his series about warriors, kings, queens and knights. Initially, these characters were represented with a certain realism, but as time went by they gained in abstraction within the evolution of the pictorial work of Clavé. The figures were losing precision and shape, giving way to the stroke and a personal range of colors and textures as the main protagonists of his works. In 1952 he participated in the film Hans Christian Andersen (The fabulous Andersen) of the director Charles Vidor, being responsible for the sets (along with Richard Day and Howard Bristol) and costumes (along with Mary Willis and Barbara Karinska), work for the who was a candidate for the Oscar Award.  In 1954 he left the decoration to devote himself to painting. In the 1960s he paid tribute to El Greco. At this time his works reflect the influences received from the classics and baroque authors. The theme of the knight with the hand on the chest is particularly relevant, a reference that will be repeated in the future works of Clavé. This period is characterized by the definitive step to abstraction. In the 70s the evolution of Clavé's work continued, using diverse techniques such as collage, inventing new techniques such as papier froissé, the result of a technical accident in the use of aerosol on crumpled papers. In 1978, the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris, now the Georges Pompidou Center, dedicated the first retrospective that made Clavé one of the most prestigious artists of his generation. In the 1980s he dedicated a series of works to Picasso under the title of A Don Pablo. His latest works are characterized by the recreation of textures within abstraction, with a profuse use of papier froissé. In 1984 the Spanish State recognized its artistic value with the exhibition of more than 100 of its works in the Spanish pavilion of the Venice Biennial. That same year he was awarded the Gold Medal of the Generalitat of Catalonia.</p> <p>Sources: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antoni_Clav%C3%A9 // image: https://www.gettyimages.es/detail/fotografía-de-noticias/antoni-clave-in-1952-photography -of-news / 121518312</p>
  • Coll Bardolet, Josep
    <p>Josep Coll i Bardolet (Ripollès, 1912 - Valldemossa, 2007)</p> <p>Josep Coll Bardolet was born in Ripollés (Gerona) in 1912. In 1927 his family moved to Vic where he began his studies at the Municipal Drawing School and worked as a painter and decorator. In 1935 he entered the School of Landscape of Olot. In 1936 he crossed the border and settled in Tours (France) where he began studying at "l 'École des Beaux Arts". From 1939 he returned to Barcelona and traveled to Mallorca where he exhibited and resides for some seasons. During this time he learned engraving techniques. In 1943 he settled permanently in Valldemossa. In the 1940s, Coll Bardolet began to travel and exhibit throughout Europe. In 1964, and due to the deep love that the painter felt for choral music, he began to sponsor the concerts in the Torrent de Pareis (Mallorca). Between 1968 and 1972 he was awarded the Medal of Tourist Merit of the Balearic Islands and was named "Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres" by the Government of the French Republic. In 1980 an anthological exhibition was held at the Lonja de Palma and in 1987 he was declared an adopted son of Valldemossa. In 2005, the Coll Bardolet Cultural Foundation was established. In 2007 he is named illustrious son of Valldemossa and dies on July 30 of the same year.</p> <p>Sources: Ana Ferrero Horrach // image: http://elarchivodemisrecuerdos.blogspot.com/2016/02/josep-coll-bardolet-els-colors-de-la.html</p>
  • Dalí, Salvador
  • García Cuervas, Carlos
  • Koslowsky, Jacques
  • Llobera, Mateu
  • Mandilego, Matías
  • Minnocci-Herrera, Andrés
  • Miret, Josep
    <p>Josep Miret Aleu (Barcelona, ​​1912 - Palma 1999)</p> <p></p> <p>Miret was born in Barcelona in 1912. In the beginning he received notions from Joan Baixas and had great influences from Joaquim Mir, but it was not until 1940 that he began his professional life, exhibiting individually in Barcelona. From there, his work reached other places in Spain, such as the Basque Country, or other European countries such as France or Germany, and even reached the American continent. From 1945 he moved to Mallorca permanently, where he developed a large work mainly focused on the coast of the island. In his life in Mallorca he exhibited in the most important spaces like Circulo de Bellas Artes. As an integral artist, the materials used went through drawing, watercolor, oil or ceramics. His initial painting has a great chromatism, but as he progresses, the tone of his work is more idyllic and distant. Throughout his career he was awarded numerous times, among them he received the first prize from the Balearic Museum, as well as medals from the Autumn Salon of Palma. Finally, he died in Palma in 1999, leaving in his wake almost sixty years of splendid works of the Mallorcan coast.</p> <p>Sources: https://www.ultimahora.es/noticias/cultura/1999/02/07/974383/fallece-josep-miret-famoso-por-paisajes-del-norte-mallorca.html // http: // artbogarra .com / authors / jose-miret / // http://www.galeriagabrielvanrell.com/artistas/104/</p>
  • Molina, Federico
    <p>Federico Molina Albero (Barcelona, ​​1905 - Bunyola, 1981).</p> <p></p> <p>Catalan gypsy painter who settled in Mallorca, initially in Valldemossa and later near the town of Bunyola (Buñola); where he could combine in his farm, with stables, his two passions, horses and painting. Today, the place is a well-known riding club that bears his name. The artist, highly trained in drawing, an academic with a vigorous brushstroke, received a great recognition as a portraitist and his figurative painting is included among the great masters of Spanish portraiture. In 1968 he exhibited at the "Costa Galleries", run by José Costa, son of the formidable cartoonist and humorist of the same name, who became popular in Barcelona by animating the columns of "L'Esquella de laTorraixa" and other publications from the beginning of the century. From then on, his painting will become more subtle. and retailer. There are several anecdotes of nudes made with the present model and that a posteriori was rectified by the artist, overlaying a handscarf that covered the breasts of the same; not for that reason, the work lost great sensuality because of the accentuated neckline that it left. These corrections have been discovered in more than one of his paintings, by a restoration workshop in Palma. They also highlight their gypsy and maternities themes. His production of still lifes with flowers was also abundant.</p> <p></p> <p>Sources: http://ibdigital.uib.es/greenstone/collect/parisBaleares/archives/Paris_Ba/leares_1/968_mes0/2_n0154.dir/Paris_Baleares_1968_mes02_n0154.pdf</p> <p>Images: http://ibdigital.uib.es/greenstone/collect/parisBaleares/archives/Paris_Ba/leares_1/968_mes0/2_n0154.dir/Paris_Baleares_1968_mes02_n0154.pdf // https://maestrosdelretrato.blogspot.com/2016/08/federico -molina-albero.html</p>
  • Nadal, Ramón
    <p>Ramón Nadal Horrach (Palma, 1913 - 1999)</p> <p></p> <p>Ramón Nadal was born in Palma in 1913. He studied at the School of Applied Arts and Artistic Trades and there he was a pupil of Llorenç Cerdà and Francesc Rosselló, who started him within the luminous realism that characterizes his first works. Later he will be a disciple of Francisco Bernareggi. When he was only 13 years old, he exhibited for the first time at the La Veda gallery in Palma. During the postwar period he became one of the most famous young painters. He was associated with numerous artists and intellectuals of his time and is the author of the only surviving portrait of the poet Bartomeu Rossselló-Pòrcel, of whom he was a great friend. He also had a relationship with Anglada Camarassa, Tito Cittadini or Eliseu Maifrèn. From 1940, he participated in the foundation of the Circle of Fine Arts of Palma, where he exhibited his works on several occasions. He stands out as a landscape painter, with a palette full of light and colors, his paintings follow the trace left by the Catalan post-impressionists who, in turn, follow the guidelines of French Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. He was awarded the Medal of Honor of the Circle of Fine Arts of Palma in 1952. In 1953 he was awarded the Ciutat de Palma Prize. Since 1964 he was a Full Member of the Royal Academy of Sant Sebastià.</p> <p>Source of the image: Jaime III Gallery, texts: https://www.ultimahora.es/noticias/cultura/1999/07/30/952889/muere-anos-pintor-mallorquin-ramon-nadal-horrach.html</p>
  • Ràfols-Casamadas, Albert
  • Ramis, Juli
    <p>Juli Ramis i Palau (Sóller 1909 - Palma 1990)</p> <p>Born in Sóller, since his youth he was in contact with numerous renowned artists such as Santiago Rusiñol and Joaquin Mir thanks to his father, who was a friend of them all. From these influences, in the decade of the 20s he began painting landscapes of Mallorca. Between 1928 and 1930 he moved to Barcelona and Madrid to train and improve his technique, completed at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. In 1931 he meets Pablo Picasso, who will put him in touch with other avant-garde artists and introduce him to international abstract art figures such as Paul Klee and Kandinsky. However, when the Spanish Civil War broke out he returned to Mallorca until 1939, when he settled in Tangier, where he acquired great influences from other artists and writers. It will be from 1947 when Juli Ramis moves to Paris, and from there will alternate stays in both cities. In the 60s he achieved world fame, being considered by The Times magazine as one of the hundred best painters in the world. He participated in numerous exhibitions and biennials: in Egypt - where he acquired the first prize -, in Moscow, in Venice, in Alexandria and in Sao Paolo. In 1970 it was established again in Mallorca and continues exhibiting around Spain. Throughout his career he was awarded on several occasions, among which stands out the Gold Medal of the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands, which is the highest honor granted by the government of the islands. The importance of the figure of Juli Ramis resides, among other things, in being one of the forerunners of abstract painting material in Spanish territory.</p> <p>Sources: https://canprunera.com/en/col%C2%B7leccio/juli-ramis/ // https://www.esbaluard.org/coleccion/artistas/juli-ramis/</p>
  • Riera, Gaspar
    <p>Gaspar Riera i Moragues (Estellencs, 1922 - Palma, 1993)</p> <p></p> <p>Gaspar Riera was the second son of Gaspar Riera Terrasa and Isabel Maria Moragues Coll, natives of the town of Estellencs, of the Serra de Tramuntana, Mallorca. He was the grandson of "carboner" (charcoal maker, who made charcoal in the mountains of holm oaks, in the "sitges"). From an early age he feels a strong attraction to drawing and watercolor. In his youth he received lessons from the Catalan painter Casimir Tarrassó, with whom he went out to paint in the fields of Mallorca. With Tarrassó he learns to use colors to fill his paintings with the light that the Catalan painter found in Mallorca. Throughout their lives they will maintain a sincere friendship. Later he will meet and become friends with the painter settled in Mallorca Joan Miró, from which he will capture the simplicity and plastic intensity and the line interpretable as childish. At the end of the 40s, in a post-war Europe, "surely encouraged by his friend Miró", he traveled to Paris in search of the emerging proposals of "the cradle of art", he interacted with painters and gallerists and returned to Paris in 1960 to exhibit at the Ros Volmar gallery in Paris, where he wants to present his own precise and elaborate style that is defined as naïf, a safe stroke of contoured motifs full of light and intense colors, with distant vanishing points that form the linear composition of the elements that make up the work. A technique apparently naive, innocent, sensitive and spontaneous, but really a technique of great precision in the drawing and audacity in the use of the palette. From then on he will expose (mainly his landscapes) in Mallorca, in Barcelona, ​​the United States and again, in Paris. He was recognized as a master of Mallorcan painting of the twentieth century, by the most important art critics on the island. Gaspar Sabater and Rafael Perelló Paradelo devoted many pages to talk about the naive painter from Mallorca, Gaspar Riera will die in Palma ten years after his good friend and teacher Joan Miró passed away.</p> <p></p> <p>Sources: https://www.facebook.com/Gaspar-Riera-975541405823205/, https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaspar_Riera_Moragues, http://pinturamallorca.blogspot.com/2013/11/gaspar-riera -the-intensity.html,</p> <p>Sources image: https://www.facebook.com/Gaspar-Riera-975541405823205/, https://www.facebook.com/conxa.fortezabruno/media_set?set=a.2494779393896032&amp;type=3</p>
  • Rivera Bagur, Miquel
  • Tharrats, Joan Josep
    <p>Joan Josep Tharrats (Gerona 1918 - Barcelona 2001)</p> <p></p> <p>Joan Josep Tharrats i Vidal was born in Gerona in 1918, but at the age of 14 he moved to Basiers. There he will begin his literary training, which will continue on his return to Barcelona in 1935, the year in which he enters the school of Massana. In 1938 he presented his first "petit libre" that contains poems and drawings. However, the Spanish Civil War will truncate his training and dedication to artistic and literary development. Enlisted in the army, he will visit different points of Spanish territory, arriving to the Prado Museum in Madrid. In 1942 he resumed his artistic activity, while he met his wife and the mother of his first child, Eduard, born in 1944. From 1947 onwards he became involved with important intellectuals, including Brossa. His concern for painting - first Impressionist, then abstract, admiring the work of Kandinsky - will lead him to meet Tàpies i a Cuishat and Foix. With one of them he will found the group Dau al Set, with which he participates in exhibitions and in the magazine that they create. Later he meets Dalí in an article that he writes about the artistic avant-garde and the surrealist movement. Dalí, in Cadaqués, will approach him to Duchamp, for which he will later make an homage exhibition in 1973. After 1954, having established a friendship with Tàpies, Dalí and Picasso, his works already cross borders reaching New York, Venice, Rome, and other important cities of the international artistic scene. In 1967 he toured the United States, and began a tour of Europe that takes him through countries such as Germany, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and Italy. His career, by then, is already consecrated, beginning in 1968 a tour of the Asian continent. In the 70's he will dedicate the development of his artistic production to the graphic work, interest that he will share with his friend Antoni Tàpies. In the following decade his name will be put to a street in Pineda del Mar. In 1991 the foundation that will bear his name will be inaugurated. In 1994 he entered as Acadèmic Electe in the Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts of Sant Jordi. In the year 2000 he lives a traumatic experience when his son Eduard dies. The following year, he will die on July 4.</p>
  • Xam, Pere Quetglas
  • Tàpies, Antoni

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