JOSÉ GARCÍA Y RAMOS
Seville 1852 - 1912
Flamenco party after the bullfight
Oil on canvas
Signed in Seville
Measurements 41 x 51 cmREMATE: 13000 €
IGNACIO ZULOAGA ZABALETA
Éibar 1870-Madrid 1945
Girl with fan
Oil on canvas
Measurements 61.5 x 56 cm
PROVENANCE (label on back)
Manuel Barbie, Art Gallery, Barcelona
Particular collectionREMATE: 12000 €
REMATE: 17000 €
Anthrophometric file of Napoleon Bonaparte. 1962
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1962
Back signed, dated and titled in Paris
Measurements 60 x 100 cm
Galerie Claude Levin, Paris
Particular collectionREMATE: 19000 €
Lot 1129. Edward Barnard and Sons. Victorian coffee and tea set, complete with tray. Punching. England, h. 1845
Emblazoned coffee and tea set, punched English silver, Edward & John Barnard Sterling, London 1864.
Consisting of a large tray with legs and two handles, a samovar, a coffee pot, a teapot, a milk jug and a sugar bowl in the Rococo style with fine engraved and chiseled decoration of flowers, braces, scrolls and masks (on the tray), with a gilded interior. On the front there is a cartouche with a coat of arms and on the back there is a cartouche with the initials AG belonging to the recipient Antonio Guerola, whose name appears on the seat of the tray with the following dedication: "To His Excellency Mr. Antonio Guerola, civil governor of the province of Málaga since 1858 to 1863 his friends in testimony of consideration and appreciation".
The firm of Edward & John Barnard is possibly the oldest in England as it has its origins in the goldsmith Anthony Nelme whose business based on partnerships led to Edward Barnard associated with the widow of John Emes between 1796 to 1798 to finally remain under the management of the Barnard family. This saga of silversmiths stands out for their creation of the Lily baptismal font, which was commissioned by Queen Victoria for the baptism of her first daughter and which continues to be used today for all members of the British royal family and is preserved in the Museum. of the Tower of London.
Antonio Guerola y Peyrolon (Valencia 1817-1901) was a Spanish lawyer and politician who made a career within the civil government as civil governor of Huelva, Zamora, Oviedo, Málaga, Cádiz, Seville and Granada. He was director of the Seville-Cádiz railway and governor of Barcelona. In 1876, his friend Cánovas del Castillo again appointed him civil governor of Seville and later he held the positions of general director of Charity and Health, undersecretary of the Interior and finally member of the Council of State.
Weight: 12,732 Kg.
Tray measurements: 7 x 62 x 86 cmREMATE: 12000 €