16 February 2006,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 48
GBP 350 - GBP 500
LA VACARIA, DATED 1888
a fan signed 'JO Rodrigues' after the painting by Mariano Fortuny Marsal, with ivory sticks,--12.5in. (32cm), Spanish, 1888 (slight wear)
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Mariano Fortuny Marsal (b.1888) painted the painting in Paris and Rome between 1860 and 1870. It was sold to Mme. Casin for 70,000 francs, an astronomical sum. The painting is now in the Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona.
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