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Here are all the paintings of Carlos de Haes 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
54423 A Stream at Pont-Aven Carlos de Haes A Stream at Pont-Aven mk235 31x39cm Oil on canvas
86138 Bajamar Carlos de Haes Bajamar Date between 1860(1860) and 1880(1880) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 38.9 x 59.6 cm (15.3 x 23.5 in) cjr
90175 Bajamar Carlos de Haes Bajamar between 1860(1860) and 1880(1880) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 38.9 x 59.6 cm (15.3 x 23.5 in) cyf
90882 La torre de la iglesia Carlos de Haes La torre de la iglesia 1860 - 1880 Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 31.3 x 38.3 cm (12.3 x 15.1 in) cyf
89429 Praderas Carlos de Haes Praderas 1860 - 1880 Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 37 x 61.5 cm (14.6 x 24.2 in) cyf
97948 Retrato de Alfonso XII con diecisiete anos Carlos de Haes Retrato de Alfonso XII con diecisiete anos 1874.(1874.) Medium oil on canvas cyf
97729 The Battleship Barroso Carlos de Haes The Battleship Barroso 1916(1916) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 30 x 70 cm cyf
1498 The Peaks of Europe,  The Mancorbo Canal Carlos de Haes The Peaks of Europe, The Mancorbo Canal 1876 Museo del Prado, Madrid
1497 Tileworks in the Principe Pio Mountains Carlos de Haes Tileworks in the Principe Pio Mountains Museo del Prado, Madrid
28776 Tileworks in the Principe Pio Mountains Carlos de Haes Tileworks in the Principe Pio Mountains mk61 Oil on canvas 39x61cm

Carlos de Haes
Spanish 1826-1898 Carlos de Haes Galleries Spanish painter of Belgian birth. In 1835 he moved with his parents to M?laga, where he studied under the court portrait painter and miniature painter Luis de la Cruz y R?os (1776-1853). In 1850 he returned to Belgium and studied with the landscape painter Joseph Quineaux (1822-95). During his studies there and on his travels in France, Germany and Holland, he became acquainted with contemporary Realist trends. He returned to Spain in 1855, becoming a naturalized Spaniard, and the following year he exhibited numerous landscapes at the Exposici?n Nacional, Madrid, to much acclaim. In 1857 he won the competition for the fourth chair of landscape painting at the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Madrid with View of the Royal Palace from the Casa de Campo (1857; Madrid, Real Acad. S Fernando), a work showing characteristics of the Barbizon and Fontainebleau landscape schools. In 1860 he was elected Acad?mico de m?rito at the Real Academia de S Fernando in Madrid. By 1861 he was officiating and drawing up the regulations for the landscape competitions for aspiring pensionnaires. Consequently plein-air works came to be required in place of the previous tradition of submitting historical landscapes executed in the studio, a practice that discouraged the study of nature. De Haes suggested that only final corrections should be made in the studio, an attitude that indicates his timid initiation and acceptance of Realist trends.
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