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The Drinker, Joaquín Agrasot. Measurements: 70 x 50 cm. 100x80cm

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The Drinker, Joaquín Agrasot. Measurements: 70 x 50 cm. 100x80cm

Oil on canvas. Measurements: 70 x 50 cm. 100 x 80 cm, framed. Joaquín Agrasot Juan (Orihuela, December 24, 1836-Valencia, January 8, 1919) was a Spanish painter, framed in the realist and costumbrista genre. Currently, the Prado Museum preserves two works by the painter Oriolano in its collection. Likewise, the Carmen Thyssen Museum in the city of Malaga and the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia have paintings by Agrasot in their collections. Special mention deserves the Palace of the Senate of Spain, which houses the painting “Death of the Marquis of Duero”, and the Pedrera Martínez Collection, which contains more than eighty paintings by the 19th century master. Agrasot's style falls within pictorial realism, being interested in gender themes and regional customs, without abandoning the nude, oriental themes and portraits. Forced by fashion, he also worked on history paintings with which he could achieve success in the official channels of nineteenth-century Spanish art. The influence of his good friend Fortuny was decisive in his painting. Provenance: important private Valencian collection.

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The Drinker, Joaquín Agrasot. Measurements: 70 x 50 cm. 100x80cm

Oil on canvas. Measurements: 70 x 50 cm. 100 x 80 cm, framed. Joaquín Agrasot Juan (Orihuela, December 24, 1836-Valencia, January 8, 1919) was a Spanish painter, framed in the realist and costumbrista genre. Currently, the Prado Museum preserves two works by the painter Oriolano in its collection. Likewise, the Carmen Thyssen Museum in the city of Malaga and the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia have paintings by Agrasot in their collections. Special mention deserves the Palace of the Senate of Spain, which houses the painting “Death of the Marquis of Duero”, and the Pedrera Martínez Collection, which contains more than eighty paintings by the 19th century master. Agrasot's style falls within pictorial realism, being interested in gender themes and regional customs, without abandoning the nude, oriental themes and portraits. Forced by fashion, he also worked on history paintings with which he could achieve success in the official channels of nineteenth-century Spanish art. The influence of his good friend Fortuny was decisive in his painting. Provenance: important private Valencian collection.

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