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Female Nude, or After the Bath
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1869
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
Female Nude, or After the Bath
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1869
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

Considered to be, with good reason, the most beautiful nude in nineteenth-century Spanish painting, this work provides eloquent testimony of the modernity that made Rosales stand out in the Spanish artistic panorama of his time. He would have earned himself a prominent place among the era´s artistic vanguard in Europe if his brilliant career had not been cut short by his premature death. Neither a

Concepción Serrano, later Countess of Santovenia
Oil on canvas. 1871
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
Concepción Serrano, later Countess of Santovenia
Oil on canvas. 1871
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

María de la Concepción Serrano y Domínguez was the eldest child of General Serrano, the Duke of Torre. She was born in Havana in 1860, which her father was Commander in Chief of Cuba. In 1880, she married the second Count of Santovenia. She died in 1941 in Biarritz, her habitual residence. Rosales´ portrait shows a girl of eleven in a very gracious poise, secure in her social

Queen Isabella the Catholic dictating her Will
Oil on canvas. 1864
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
Queen Isabella the Catholic dictating her Will
Oil on canvas. 1864
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

Rosales depicts the moment when the Catholic Queen dictates her last will and testament at Medina del Campo on 12 October 1504, just days before she died. Isabel stands out in a royal chamber almost in darkness, in a canopy bed, with a medal of the Order of Saint James on her bosom. The white sheets contrast with the muted colors of the other personages. The only note of color is the red robe of a

An Episode from the Battle of Tétouan
Oil on canvas. 1868
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
An Episode from the Battle of Tétouan
Oil on canvas. 1868
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

This painting captures a moment in the Battle of Tetuan, when Spanish and Moroccan troops fought each other as part of the war between those two countries in 1859 and 1860. The Moroccan troops shoot and gesticulate while, on the Spanish side, the presence of cavalry and a canon auger success in this skirmish. Rosales entered this work in a painting contest on this subject, which was won by Vicente

Juan de Austria's Presentation to Emperor Charles V in Yuste
Oil on canvas. 1869
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
Juan de Austria's Presentation to Emperor Charles V in Yuste
Oil on canvas. 1869
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

The Death of Lucretia
Oil on canvas. 1871
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
The Death of Lucretia
Oil on canvas. 1871
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

After revolutionizing the painting of his time with Queen Isabel la Católica dictating her Last Will and Testament (P4624), Rosales again shook the very foundations of the Spanish art world when he presented the present historical canvas at the 1871 Exposición Nacional. This is the work that he always considered his masterpiece, and it earned him a first medal. It was always very pol

Queen Isabella the Catholic dictating her Will (preparatory study)
Oil on paper attached to cardboard. 1863
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
Queen Isabella the Catholic dictating her Will (preparatory study)
Oil on paper attached to cardboard. 1863
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

This study is an initial idea for the composition of the final canvas which the artist devised through numerous preparatory studies and drawings, the majority in the Prado. Rosales tried out the colour, lighting and arrangement of the figures, most of them grouped on the right including the seated Ferdinand the Catholic.

Queen Joan on the Ramparts of the Castle of La Mota
Oil on canvas. 1873
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
Queen Joan on the Ramparts of the Castle of La Mota
Oil on canvas. 1873
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

This is Rosales’s last history painting, which was left unfinished on his death. It reveals his working method, which is relatively free in this case. The retinue of Joan of Castile, who is anxious to meet up with her husband in Flanders, attempt to convince her to take shelter during bad weather in the castle, located in Medina del Campo, Valladolid.

Doña Blanca of Navarre handed over to the Captal of Buch
Oil on canvas. 1869
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo
Doña Blanca of Navarre handed over to the Captal of Buch
Oil on canvas. 1869
Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo

One of the most important works by Rosales to have remained in private hands, this canvas exemplifies the artist’s adaptation of history painting to a small format characteristic of the end of his short life. It depicts the sad fate of John II of Aragon’s daughter, who was exiled on her father’s orders to France where she was eventually murdered by poisoning.

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