Miguel Zaragoza y Aranquizna (Gapan 1842-Manila, 1923) - Veleros sobre la bahia de Dumaguete

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Miguel Zaragoza y Aranquizna (Gapan 1842-Manila, 1923) - Veleros sobre la bahia de Dumaguete
Watercolour - Hand signed - siglo XIX

Veleros sobre la bahia de Dumaguete (Philipines) - 38.00 x 26.00 cm
Watercolour on paper framed with passe-partout
Dumaguete is a Philippine city located in the province of Negros Oriental. It is the capital, main port, and largest city of Negros Oriental.
Miguel Zaragoza y Aranquizna (Gapan 1842-Manila, 1923). Filipino painter and writer. He studied at the Manila School of Drawing and Painting and received a scholarship to expand his studies in Europe, between 1879 and 1885. He spent the first years in Madrid, at the Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, and between 1882 and 1885 he continued his training at the Academia de España in Rome. In 1888 he obtained a silver medal at the Exposición Universal de Barcelona, and in 1881 he participated at the Exposición Nacional de Bellas Artes with the canvas Los dos crepúsculos. He also exhibited at the Círculo de Bellas Artes with Un retrato and Un carlista. He returned to Manila in 1891 and from then on, he alternated the artistic practice with teaching and art criticism, writing articles in La Ilustración ¬Filipina. In 1904 he was awarded with a gold medal at the Missouri World's Fair and four years later he became a founding member of the School of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines.

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Lot details
Artist
Miguel Zaragoza y Aranquizna (Gapan 1842-Manila, 1923)
Title of artwork
Veleros sobre la bahia de Dumaguete
Year
siglo XIX
Technique
Watercolour
Signature
Hand signed
Condition
In good condition
Sold with frame
Yes
Weight
2 kg
Image size
26×38 cm
Total dimensions
30×46×3 cm
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