Offered by Galerie Noël Ribes
European Works of Art from the Middle Ages to the XVIIIth century
Julio Peris Brell (Valencia, 1866-1944), Spanish artist, finished his studies in fine arts in 1884. In 1897 he presented the painting "La Fuente" at the National Fine Arts Exhibition in Mexico City, which was acquired by the National School of Fine Arts in Mexico City. He also participated in several exhibitions organised by the Academy of Fine Arts in Cadiz and in the Exhibition of Fine Arts in Murcia. In 1900, he was unanimously elected president of the class section of the Valencia Circle of Fine Arts. That same year, Peris Brell participated in the decoration of the "Palace of Don José Ayora", together with Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench, Antonio Fillol, Ricardo Verde and Luis Beüt. He creates the painting "Brindis". A year later, he participated in the National Fine Arts Exhibition with the painting entitled "Mi madre" (My mother). In 1923, he presented 31 works at the "Manifestación de Arte Valenciano" exhibition, which was held at the Buen Retiro Palace in Madrid and devoted a room to him. On the 10th of August, his friend and teacher Joaquín Sorolla died.
In 1924 he exhibited his works "A plena luz" and "Barraca valenciana" at the National Fine Arts Exhibition. He participated in the Exhibition of Spanish Artists, organised in Buenos Aires in 1925 by Alejandro Pardiñas Cabré.
D: 50 x 30 (Frame 65 x 45 cm)
Signed and dated on the lower right corner "J. Peris Brell, Valencia 1890".
In very good condition, retaining its period frame, with some chips to the gilding.