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Basque Painters
20th century
Adolfo Guiard
• After learning with
Lecuona he travelled to
Paris and London.
• He was a bohemian
artist.
• He devoted mai...
• In Paris he received
Degas’s influence.
• He wanted to depict
his worries about
colour and the effect
of light on the th...
• Some of his most representative works are
those he painted in 1887 for the Biscayan
Society: On the Terrace and The Hunt...
• Sota family from
Bilbao commanded
Harvest and Promise.
• He made a very varied work:
drawings, watercolours, self-
portraits, oil paintings, notes
and different projects.
• Unam...
Arteta
• He entered in Bilbao’s
Arts and Crafts school
when he was thirteen
• He combined his arts
studies with his work a...
Arteta
• When he was ill, he
obtained a grant of
Biscay’s Deputation
to study fine arts.
• His first years were of
great i...
Arteta
• When he came back to
Spain in 1911 he founded
the Basque Artists’
Society.
• He belonged to the UGT
and was membe...
Arteta
• His career became
international when first in
Paris in 1919 and then in
London in 1920 he took
part in some exhib...
Iturrino
• He was born in
Santander inside a family
from Bilbao. He spent
part of his student time in
Lieja when his inter...
• Once he returned, he
went to Andalucía and he
created an axis
Andalucía-Bilbao-Paris
• In 1917 his work was
presented in...
Still-life
Bathers
Women playing
Tablada
Horses and
greyhounds
Herd of bulls
Dario Regoyos
• He was from Asturias.
• He painted landscapes
with very original colours.
• An important part of his
caree...
• Later he travelled to
Belgium and the
Netherlands and also in
Spain
• He was member of
different circles such as:
L'Esso...
• He travelled in Spain
where he established
after his marriage.
• His painting evolved from
a pre-symbolist
naturalism, d...
• In his maturity phase
he painted landscape
in nature (plain air) in
Biscayan and
Guipuzcoan towns.
• His drawing is naïf...
Videos
• Guiard: http://bcove.me/dqqkfggz
• Arteta: http://bcove.me/b94zx0zd
• Iturrino: http://bcove.me/fpli6woj
• Regoyo...
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  1. 1. Basque Painters 20th century
  2. 2. Adolfo Guiard • After learning with Lecuona he travelled to Paris and London. • He was a bohemian artist. • He devoted mainly to decorative painting receiving several commandments. • He painter cardboards for different buildings, including those for the Bellas Artes Museum.
  3. 3. • In Paris he received Degas’s influence. • He wanted to depict his worries about colour and the effect of light on the things he wanted to represent. • He was the painter of grey and blue.
  4. 4. • Some of his most representative works are those he painted in 1887 for the Biscayan Society: On the Terrace and The Hunters.
  5. 5. • Sota family from Bilbao commanded Harvest and Promise.
  6. 6. • He made a very varied work: drawings, watercolours, self- portraits, oil paintings, notes and different projects. • Unamuno mentioned the characteristics of his style: – Images are silhouettes – Given the small format, they look to be illuminated drawings – Human images are natural and appear as decorative elements. Txo The Town Girl of the Red Carnation
  7. 7. Arteta • He entered in Bilbao’s Arts and Crafts school when he was thirteen • He combined his arts studies with his work as an assistant in a publishing house • Thanks to his job he could contact with engraving and lithography techniques.
  8. 8. Arteta • When he was ill, he obtained a grant of Biscay’s Deputation to study fine arts. • His first years were of great intensity and he travelled to Belgium, Italy and Paris. • In the last city he could exhibit his work.
  9. 9. Arteta • When he came back to Spain in 1911 he founded the Basque Artists’ Society. • He belonged to the UGT and was member of the socialist party. Due to this, in 1917 his painting became critic, dark and full of social weight depicting the life of the poorest neighbourhoods and their inhabitants.
  10. 10. Arteta • His career became international when first in Paris in 1919 and then in London in 1920 he took part in some exhibitions. • Between 1921 and 1923 he painted twelve frescoes for the Bilbao’s Bank and thanks to this work he was appointed director of Bilbao’s Bellas Artes Museum in 1924.
  11. 11. Iturrino • He was born in Santander inside a family from Bilbao. He spent part of his student time in Lieja when his interest for painting appeared. • He went to Paris where he became a well considered and paid painter • He presented his works with Picasso • He knew Matisse.
  12. 12. • Once he returned, he went to Andalucía and he created an axis Andalucía-Bilbao-Paris • In 1917 his work was presented in the Basque Artists’ Exhibition with images of Andalucía, Salamanca and Morocco. • His palette was very personal, with daring colours. • He was a fauvist Gardens
  13. 13. Still-life Bathers Women playing
  14. 14. Tablada Horses and greyhounds Herd of bulls
  15. 15. Dario Regoyos • He was from Asturias. • He painted landscapes with very original colours. • An important part of his career developed in the Basque Country. • He studied in San Fernando’s Art Academy.
  16. 16. • Later he travelled to Belgium and the Netherlands and also in Spain • He was member of different circles such as: L'Essor or Los XX. • He organised exhibitions, concerts and other celebrations in order to develop modern art, mainly in Belgium.
  17. 17. • He travelled in Spain where he established after his marriage. • His painting evolved from a pre-symbolist naturalism, depicting the dark Spain to impressionism and pointillism. • He was more adventurous than Zuloaga and Sorolla.
  18. 18. • In his maturity phase he painted landscape in nature (plain air) in Biscayan and Guipuzcoan towns. • His drawing is naïf, with the taste for live colours of the time and he was not appreciated in Spain at that moment.
  19. 19. Videos • Guiard: http://bcove.me/dqqkfggz • Arteta: http://bcove.me/b94zx0zd • Iturrino: http://bcove.me/fpli6woj • Regoyos: http://bcove.me/2hxv4b7v
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