signed by the artist at the bottom (c. ibañez) and dated 1977
on the back, it is again signed and titled "ibiza"
The work is framed (the frame has a small flaw in the top right corner and can be seen in an additional photograph)
Dimensions of the painting: 30 cm high x 22 cm wide
Dimensions of the painting framed: 46 cm high x 38 cm wide
In good overall condition
Concepcion Ibáñez Escobar (Canet de Mar, Barcelona, 1926) known as Concha Ibáñez, is a contemporary painter and engraver.
dedicated to landscaping, she has painted lands of different regions of Catalonia, Castilla, Andalusia, the Balearic Islands and the Canarias, Valencia, Greece and the Maghreb, Cuba and New York.
His illustrations in oil or engraving have accompanied works by writers such as Baltasar Porcel, Miquel de Palol i Felip, Marta Pessarrodona, Cesáreo Rodríguez-Aguilera o Josep Maria Carandell i Robusté.
of Andalusian parents who had immigrated at the beginning of the 20s from Instinción (Almeria) to Canet de Mar, soon the family moved to Barcelona, where Ibanez studied painting with the painter Josep Oriol Baqué Mercader, and later painting, engraving and drawing in the Escola de la Llotja with artists such as the painter Francesc Labarta, frequenting the atmospheres of the time in the artistic Cercle of Sant Lluc.
The first public exhibition of the works of Concha Ibañez was in a solidarity exhibition to help the families of political prisoners, at the end of the 1940s. after different stays in cities of Italy, Madrid and Paris, the 1960s exhibited individually in the sala Jaimes of Barcelona, and later in the sala Abril of Madrid, and in successive years in different galleries of Girona, Figueres and Cadaqués, Lleida, Tarragona, Sitges and Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, San Sebastian, Madrid, Milan (Italy), Vienna (Austria), Brussels (Belgium), Havana and Holguin (Cuba) and New York (USA). his work is in different museums, among which is the MACBA.
She exhibited (1962-1969) and was a member of the organizer of the Salón de Mayo of Barcelona, from 1966 to 1969. He presented his works in the Salón Femenino de Arte Actual. He has received different awards, among which the first prize of painting ciutat de l’hospitalet (1966); the second prize of the deputation of Girona (1967); the third prize of painting Hidalgo de Caviedes for the contest Rafael Zabaleta, from Jaén (1973); the Donart Painting Prize (1995); and the Prize d’Arts plastics of the Museu de la Marina de Vilassar de Mar (1997). In 1992, she was invited to participate with a group of Catalan artists at the II International Women's Festival in Bangkok. In 1999 she inaugurated the exhibition “the century of women in the Mediterranean”, organized by the Institut Català de la Dona.
- Concha Ibañez Escobar (Canet de mar, Barcelona, 1926)
- Műalkotás címe
- Olaj, tábla
- Kézzel aláírt
- Nagyon jó állapotú
- Image size
- 30×22 cm
- Total dimensions
- 46×38×3 cm