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YOU CAN WATCH this presentation with MUSIC on the link: http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2340481-casas2/ Thank you! Please see also: http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/ramon-casas4 http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/ramon-casas3 http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/ramon-casas1 Ramon Casas i Carbó (1866–1932) was a Catalan Spanish artist. Living through a turbulent time in the history of his native Barcelona, he was known as a portraitist, sketching and painting the intellectual, economic, and political elite of Barcelona, Paris, Madrid, and beyond; he was also known for his paintings of crowd scenes ranging from the audience at a bullfight to the assembly for an execution to rioters in the Barcelona streets. Also a graphic designer, his posters and postcards helped to define the Catalan art movement known as modernism.

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2. Ramon Casas i Carb (18661932) was a CatalanSpanish artist. Living through a turbulent time in thehistory of his native Barcelona, he was known as aportraitist, sketching and painting the intellectual,economic, and political elite of Barcelona, Paris,Madrid, and beyond; he was also known for hispaintings of crowd scenes ranging from the audience ata bullfight to the assembly for an execution to rioters inthe Barcelona streets. Also a graphic designer, his postersand postcards helped to define the Catalan artmovement known as modernism.In 1890s, Casas was one of many artists exercising theirartistic talents around the Moulin de la Galette in Paris.Casas and his friend, and fellow artist, SantiagoRusinol, constructed several exhibitions back in theirnative city of Barcelona, that exhibited their first-handexperiences of the French culture and art. Over time,these exhibitions quickly evolved into a center ofprogressive painting scenes within the Modernistmovement. Casas became a leading figure in the revivalof Catalan culture, and was one of the first Spanishartists to introduce French Modernisme to Spain in thelate nineteenth-century.Self-portrait, Abada de Montserrat 3. Cabeza de nio (27,5 x 20,5 cm)Coleccin particularNio con gorra(58 x 39 cm)Coleccin particular 4. Casas y Rusiol resguardndosedel fro en su casa de Montmatre 5. Casas, Casellas y Rusiol Retrato de Santiago Rusiol 1889 6. Encuentro de Rusiol Santiago Rusiol - Portrait of Ramon Casas y Casas en Pars 7. Rusiol pintando al aire libre 8. Viaje encarroCaricatura de SantiagoRusiol, al damuntd'una lmpada,(c.1895)200 x 100 cmMuseu Can Ferrat 9. Ciclista. Latornada(Cyclist.Return trip)MuseuNacionald'Art deCatalunya -MNAC,Barcelona 10. Isaac Albniz (1860-1909)Isaac Albniz (1860-1909) 11. Isaac Albniz(1860-1909)Museu Nacionald'Art deCatalunya -MNAC, Barcelona 12. The Albniz Palace is the official residence of The Kingin Catalonia, although rarely used as an actual residence 13. Sal de Ramon Casas,Palauet Albniz, Barcelona 14. Sal de Ramon Casas,Palauet Albniz, Barcelona 15. Jaume Brossa, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, BarcelonaPortrait of Santiago Rusiol 1900Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 16. Retrato de Isidre Nonell (1898 )Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, BarcelonaRetrato de Santiago Rusiol (1905-1910)Coleccin particularRetrato de Miquel Utrillo, 1917Coleccin particular 17. Portrait of Emili Fernndez, Napoleon,Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC,BarcelonaHombre leyendo Retratodel fotgrafo NapolenEmilio Fernandez Tiffon,1893 18. Portrait of Pablo PicassoMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 19. Self-portrait dressed as a flamenquero, 1883Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 20. Self Portrait in the Atelier, 1882 21. Self-portrait 1882Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona Young Man, 189132x42cm 22. Estudio del natural para el retrato del rey Alfonso XIII, 1904(73.5 x 63 cm) Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona Monasterio de San Benet de Bages (100x81 cm) 23. ngel GuimerMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, BarcelonaCapitn de barcoAutorretrato, 1908Coleccin IgnacioZaragoza Rovira 24. Camino antiguo deVilanova, 189185 x 123 cmColeccin Banco deEspaa 25. Club de regatas, 1892100 x 140 cmAbada de Montserrat 26. Landscape withFigures(Paisaje configuras),1890Museo dePontevedra 27. Embarque de tropas, 189690 x 180 cmColeccin particular 28. The Corpus Christi Procession Leaving the Church of Santa MariaMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 29. El garrote vil, 1894MN Centro de Arte Reina SofiaMadrid 30. La Carga(TheCharge)MN Centrode ArteReinaSofiaMadrid 31. Las regatas, 188840.5 x 82 cmColeccin Galera Gothsland,Barcelona 32. MontmartreBiblioteca Museu Vctor Balaguer. Vilanova i la GeltrLe Sacr-Coeur, Montmartre, 1891(67 x 55.5 cm)Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 33. Paisaje con arbolesRincn de mi jardn (Corner of my Garden) 34. Paisaje con casas 35. Paisaje De Tamarit (The Landscape Of Tamarit)Patio de la prisin vieja de Barcelona, 1894 36. Montmartre. Paisaje nublado,1891Museu Comarcal de la Garrotxa, OlotPaisaje (63 x 55 cm) Colecci particular 37. Interior de taller despus de unafiestaMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya- MNAC, Barcelona 38. Interior de taller, 188364.5 x 92 cmColeccin J. Codina 39. Retrato del violonchelista Glvez (85 x 68 cm)Coleccin particularRecuerdo de la mi-careme, 1900 (16 x 12 cm)Coleccin familia Codina 40. Retrato, 1920 (41 x 27 cm)Coleccin particularRetrato del Dr.Alberto Roquer17,5 x 12,5 cmColeccinparticular 41. Retrato de Charles Deering, 1914 ( 92 x 74 cm)Coleccin Arte de la Vila de Sitges, BarcelonaJacint VerdaguerRetrato al carbn 42. Portrait of the Pianist Carles G.Vidiella (1856-1915), 1892Museu Nacional d'Art deCatalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 43. Museu Nacional d'Art de CatalunyaMNAC, BarcelonaRetrat de Jaume Borrs interpretanta Manelic 44. Santiago Rusiol y Ramn Casasretratndose, 189060 x 73 cmMuseo Cau FerratConsorcio del Patrimonio de Sitges 45. Tom Roberts, 1883 (32.7 x 24.5 cm)National Gallery of Victoria - MelbourneRetrato masculino, 1885Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 46. Sr. Joan BofillMartorell36 x 27 cmColeccin particularRetrato de RamnCasas, padre delartista, 1890200 x 100 cmColeccin Caixa deManresa 47. Retrato del pintor Modesto Teixidor, 1917 Coleccin particularRetrato de Josep Puig i CadafalchMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 48. Retrato de Ignasi Iglsias, 1897-1899Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, BarcelonaRetrato de Llus Millet, 1897-1899Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, BarcelonaRetrato del poeta belga Hans Batge 49. Retratos de Llus BagariaMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 50. Albert Berns, 1897Museu Nacionald'Art de CatalunyaMNAC, BarcelonaAuguste RodinMuseu Nacionald'Art de CatalunyaMNAC, Barcelona 51. Retrato Retrato de Eugeni dOrs de Daro de Regoyos 52. Retrato de Joan Pellicer y MontsenyColecci del Museu de l'Empord - FigueresRetrato de M. Urgell 53. Retrato de Manolo Hugu, 1897-1899 (62.2 x 29.5 cm)Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, BarcelonaRetrato de Badila picador y artista de zarzuelaRetrato de Josep Codina, 1892 (200 x 100 cm)Coleccin J. Codina 54. Retrato de Arcadi Mas iFondevilaMuseu Nacional d'Art deCatalunya - MNAC,Barcelona 55. Retrato de Aureliano deBerueteMuseu Nacional d'Art deCatalunya - MNAC,BarcelonaRetrato de Juli VallmitjanaFundacin Cultural Privada Manuel Rocamora. Barcelona 56. Retrato de Jaume PahissaMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, BarcelonaRetrato de Eusebi CorominasMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 57. Retrat de Mari Vayreda (cca1900)Museu Comarcal de la GarrotxaRetrato de Eduard MarquinaMuseu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona 58. Retrato deJoaqun TorresGarcaMuseu Nacionald'Art deCatalunya -MNAC,BarcelonaRetrato deJoaquim Casasi CarbMuseu Nacionald'Art deCatalunya -MNAC,Barcelona 59. Retrato deMiguel deUnamunoMuseu Nacionald'Art deCatalunya -MNAC,BarcelonaRetrato deMariano Benlliure(1904-1905)Museu Nacionald'Art de Catalunya- MNAC,Barcelona 60. Ramon Casasportrait of early20th centuryFrench composerand pianist ErikSatie wasdonated toNorthwesternUniversity Libraryby Mrs.ChaunceyMcCormick, oneof the daughtersof CharlesDeering, in 1956.It has traveledaround the worldto be included inmajor museumexhibitions.Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre exhibition, The National Gallery of Art (March-June 2005)and The Art Institute of Chicago (July-October 2005). Barcelona and Modernity exhibition,The Cleveland Institute of Art (October 2006-January 2007) and The Metropolitan Museumof Art (March-June 2007), to Paris Grand Palais for an exhibition on the history of Bohemianartists and a subsequent exhibit, also on Bohemian artists, at the Fundacin MAPFRE inMadrid and to Germany in January 2014El Bohemio, Poet of Montmartre 61. Sound: Isaac Albniz - Capricho Catalan (Arthur Zachary Backwoods, piano)Text and pictures: InternetCopyright: All the images belong to their authorsPresentation: Sanda Foioreanuwww.slideshare.net/michaelasanda