The painting is signed by the author at the bottom ”L. Cerda” and it is dated in Capri on 1886
In good condition
It is framed with a gold plated wood frame from the time of the painting.
Dimensions of the painting: 25.5 cm height x 16.5 cm width.
Frame dimensions : 41 cm height x 30 cm width.
Llorenç Cerdá Bisbal (Pollença, 1862 - Palma, 1955) painted the Majorcan landscape, specially the northern area of Majorca and with a high academic sense. He studied in the Fine Arts Academy of Palma de Majorca and in the Fine Arts Academy of San Fernando (Madrid) He also extended his studies in Rome (1885 - 1886), where he was a disciple of Joaquín Sorolla and Mariano Benlliure. Some of his paintings from this period are: “Cap de vell” (1884) and “Home nu” (1886), both of them are exhibited in the Palace of the Consell Insular in Majorca. In Italy he also painted the work“Foners balears”, which was awarded in the Universal Exhibition of Barcelona (now exhibited in the Edinburgh Museum)
- Llorenç Cerdá Bisbal (1862-1955)
- Title of artwork
- Calle de Capri, Italia
- Oil on panel
- Overall in good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 25×16 cm
- Total dimensions
- 41×30×3 cm