García y Rodríguez, Manuel (Spanish 1863-1925) “A Courtyard in Seville” Oil on canvas

García y Rodríguez, Manuel (Spain, 20th Century)

García y Rodríguez, Manuel (Spanish 1863-1925) “A Courtyard in Seville” Oil on canvas

List Price $20,000

His first painting lessons received by Joseph de la Vega Marrugal . He later studied at the School of Fine Arts in Seville , where he was a pupil of Eduardo Cano, Manuel Wssel Guimbarda and Emilio Sanchez Perrier. Throughout his life he participated several times in the National Exhibition of Fine Arts ( Spain ), obtaining the third medal in 1887 and in the years 1890 and 1895 the second medal. His work is mainly dedicated to the landscape and views of Seville and the town of Alcala de Guadaira. Noted for its beauty canvases in which are represented under different viewpoints the banks of the Guadalquivir. His work can be seen in the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville and in various private collections , such as the Bellver Collection.

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 29 in | WIDTH: 38 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 20 in | WIDTH: 29 in

Origin Spain
Category Oils
Period 20th Century

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"The size, quality and condition make this painting a master piece.
Very good condition; under UV: no apparent inpainting.

Witcomb Gallery, Rosario, Argentina.
Van Kemenade, Leonardo Collection.
Sebastian Deya Gallery, Buenos Aires."