Oil on panel representing an orientalist scene: a woman playing the lute or the oud, another woman lying on a sofa and smoking the hookah.
Spanish Orientalist painter, active in Italy and Spain (1845-1911).
He painted still lives and quickly became part of the orientalist movement from 1870 onwards, with subjects of harems, dancers, musicians and odalisques, lying in luxurious interiors decorated with rich and shimmering fabrics.
Located in Rome, around 1890.
Italian carved and giltwood frame. 29x 17,5 on the chassis.