All Ignacio Zuloaga 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
51870 Grape Pickers  Grape Pickers   mk221 1905 Oil on canvas 213x191cm
56479 portrait of countess mathieu de noailles  portrait of countess mathieu de noailles   mk247 c.1913,oil on canvas,59.875x77 in,152x195.5 cm,museo de bellas artes,bilbao,spain
51826 Portrait of Madame Corcuera  Portrait of Madame Corcuera   mk221 1918 Oil on canvas 187.5x132cm
11859 The Anchorite  The Anchorite   1907 6' 2'' x 3' 9 1/4''(188 x 115 cm)Bequest of Paul Cosson,1926
11861 The Dwarf Dona Mercedes  The Dwarf Dona Mercedes   1899 4' 3 1/4'' x 3' 2 1/2''(130 x 97.5 cm)
96628 The Mexican castes  The Mexican castes   1777(1777) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 77 X 49 cm cyf
28513 Young Village Bullfighters  Young Village Bullfighters   mk61 1906 Detail
28807 Young Village Bullfighters  Young Village Bullfighters   mk61 1906 Oil on canvas 196x180cm

Ignacio Zuloaga
Spanish Painter, 1870-1945 was a Spanish Basque painter, born in Eibar, in the Basque country, near the monastery of Loyola. He was the son of metalworker and damascener Placido Zuloaga and grandson of the organizer and director of the royal armoury in Madrid. In his youth, he drew and worked in his father's workshop. He was educated by the Jesuits in France. His father wanted him to be an architect, and with this objective in mind, he was sent to Rome, where he immediately followed the strong impulse that led him to painting. After only six months' work he completed his first picture, which was exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1890. Continuing his studies in Paris, where he lived for five years, he was strongly influenced by Paul Gauguin and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Only upon returning to his native land did he find his true style, which is based on the national Spanish tradition embodied in the work of Diego Velazquez, Francisco de Zurbaran, El Greco, and Francisco Goya. Bleeding Christ; or Blood Christ (El cristo de la Sangre) (1911)His own country was slow in acknowledging the young artist whose strong, decorative and rugged style stood in opposition to the styles of well-known modern Spanish artists such as Fortuny, Madrazo,

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