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Lagoon Landscape
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de
Lagoon Landscape
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de

En la orilla de una laguna bordeada de juncos y espadañas dos cazadores con sus escopetas, uno de pie y otro sentado, acechan cualquier movimiento en la laguna. A la izquierda, cierra la composición el tronco y parte del ramaje de un soberbio abedul y al fondo una masa de álamos que abren una perspectiva en profundidad. A la derecha, un cerro iluminado por el sol, subraya la tonalidad arcillosa y

Palm Grove (Elche)
Oil on paper attached to cardboard. Ca. 1861
Haes, Carlos de
Palm Grove (Elche)
Oil on paper attached to cardboard. Ca. 1861
Haes, Carlos de

En una composición horizontal, favorecida por el propio formato del soporte, se plasma una llanura con un desnivel en el centro del terreno en el que junto a un bosque de palmeras se alza un aljibe para el riego de los cercanos frutales que se insinúan a la derecha. Entre este palmeral sobresalen cinco ejemplares que con sus altos tronco enlazan y funden las dos franjas horizontales en que está cl

Villerville Beach (Normandy)
Oil on canvas transferred to panel. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de
Villerville Beach (Normandy)
Oil on canvas transferred to panel. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de

A view of the profile of the Villerville mansion from the beach. The short, impasto and vibrant brushtrokes emphasize the sensation of a fleeting moment that Haes seems to have wanted to capture with this landscape. The highlights that illuminate the ocean mist contrast with the dark range of colors on the horizon and the rocks in the foreground. The drawing, Villerville (D05285), in the Prado Mus

Villerville Seaview
Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de
Villerville Seaview
Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de

Sobre una gran extensión de playa una barca pesquera con los mástiles erguidos y las velas replegadas descansa en la arena. Alrededor de ella cinco figuras diminutas de pescadores. A la izquierda montículo rocoso que cae en declive en el mar. Gran porción de cielo con nubes muy movidas (Texto extractado de: Gutiérrez Márquez, A.; Carlos de Haes en el Museo del Prado 1826-1898, Madrid: Museo Nacion

Palm Threes at Elche
Oil on cardboard. Ca. 1861
Haes, Carlos de
Palm Threes at Elche
Oil on cardboard. Ca. 1861
Haes, Carlos de

Sobre una explanada, arbustos cobijados por un pequeño promontorio. A la derecha, una construcción, semejante a un aljibe, y detrás, gran extensión de árboles frutales entre los que sobresalen los altos troncos de las palmeras, a la izquierda diseminadas y a la derecha en un bosque más compacto. Fondo montañoso difuminado cuyas cimas se coronan por brumas y nubes bajas en un cielo que torna limpio

Dunes of Villerville
Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de
Dunes of Villerville
Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de

A la izquierda, sobre un montículo, matorrales y un poste en primer término. Detrás, restos de una empalizada que baja hasta el mar. En el centro y sobre la arena, restos de troncos arrastrados por la marea. Una franja de mar y una gran porción de cielo muy cubierto de nubes turbulentas (Texto extractado de: Gutiérrez Márquez, A.; Carlos de Haes en el Museo del Prado 1826-1898, Madrid: Museo Nacio

The Port of Rouen
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1884
Haes, Carlos de
The Port of Rouen
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1884
Haes, Carlos de

These are instantaneous sketches taken directly from nature, here on the coast, in the French countryside, and in the mountains of Picos de Europa. Haes was a moving force in the transformation of landscape painting, bringing a completely new concept of the interpretation of Nature, with a realism that was sensitive to all elements. In all his landscapes, Haes very exactly captures the physical as

Breakers (Guéthary)
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1881
Haes, Carlos de
Breakers (Guéthary)
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1881
Haes, Carlos de

A la orilla del mar, baten las olas sobre las formaciones rocosas que se adentran en él, sobresaliendo a la izquierda un promontorio en cuya superficie se adhieren líquenes y vegetación marina. Al fondo, se observa un mar rizado salpicado por pequeñas crestas de olas que van proporcionando pequeños puntos de luz sobre la superficie marítima que culmina en el horizonte en un sutil línea verdosa que

Mountains (Majorca)
Oil on panel. Ca. 1877
Haes, Carlos de
Mountains (Majorca)
Oil on panel. Ca. 1877
Haes, Carlos de

Un cercado, semi cubierto por matorrales y arbustos floridos, abre paso a un camino que se pierde por la izquierda. Al fondo, el desmonte de una pendiente iluminada fuertemente por el sol da paso a la mole pétrea de los picos montañosos donde los juegos de luces y de sombras y las pinceladas briosas y empastadas van marcando los volúmenes y los accidentes geológicos. A la derecha, más difuminado,

Tile Factories on Príncipe Pío Hill
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de
Tile Factories on Príncipe Pío Hill
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de

The ruins of an old Tile Factory and the adjacent constuction on Príncipe Pío Hill at the Royal Seat of La Florida, Madrid. This enclave was one of the most visited by Haes and his disciples, as they often went there to do outdoor painting exercises for the San Fernando School. The intensity of the light, the tonal variations of the ochers, browns and greens, and their contrast with

Seaside of Villerville
Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de
Seaside of Villerville
Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 1877 - 1884
Haes, Carlos de

Sobre la arena pedregosa, restos de seis postes de una empalizada. Al fondo, a la derecha, un montículo con cuatro construcciones y en el declive que se adentra en el mar, un embarcadero. Sobre el mar y en la lejanía, a la izquierda un barco a vapor dejando una estela de humo sobre un cielo muy cubierto de nubes. Al fondo a la derecha, se vislumbra un perfil costero. Haes recoge este mismo paisaje

Mountain Pass (Jaraba de Aragón)
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de
Mountain Pass (Jaraba de Aragón)
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de

This work shows a setting on the outskirts of the town of Jaraba, bordering the province of Guadalajara at the southeastern edge of the province of Zaragoza in the Mesa River Cañon between Jaraba and Calmarza. It was painted by Carlos de Haes on his way to the Monasterio de Piedra, one of his favorite places to paint landscapes after he discovered it in the summer of 1856. He had been invit

A Landscape. Recollections of Andalusia: The Mediterranean Coast near Torremolinos
Oil on canvas. 1860
Haes, Carlos de
A Landscape. Recollections of Andalusia: The Mediterranean Coast near Torremolinos
Oil on canvas. 1860
Haes, Carlos de

Throughout the second half of the nineteenth century, Carlos de Haes was the leading landscape artist in Spain, not only because of his continuous activity as a painter in that genre but also because of his role as a teacher, for he held the chair of Landscape Painting in Madrid´s Higher School of Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking (Escuela Superior de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado). There he trai

The road near Villerville (Normandy)
Oil on canvas mounted on panel. Ca. 1877
Haes, Carlos de
The road near Villerville (Normandy)
Oil on canvas mounted on panel. Ca. 1877
Haes, Carlos de

These are instantaneous sketches taken directly from nature, here on the coast, in the French countryside, and in the mountains of Picos de Europa. Haes was a moving force in the transformation of landscape painting, bringing a completely new concept of the interpretation of Nature, with a realism that was sensitive to all elements. In all his landscapes, Haes very exactly captures the physical as

Landscape in the Dauphinoise
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1864
Haes, Carlos de
Landscape in the Dauphinoise
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1864
Haes, Carlos de

The beauty of its high peaks attracted numerous landscape painters to the French region of the Dauphinoise. Among them was Haes, who was captivated by this landscape near Provence and the French Alps. In this panoramic view, typical of his early output, he maintains his use of earthy tones and strongly modelled volumes defined by contrasts of light. The canvas was executed in his studio from a pre

Dutch Lagoon Landscape
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1884
Haes, Carlos de
Dutch Lagoon Landscape
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1884
Haes, Carlos de

A la derecha, plantas inclinadas que crecen y se desarrollan en el agua al borde de la laguna. Masa de vegetación que se vuelve más espesa al fondo con una arboleda, dando paso a una línea uniforme oscura que se estrecha en la lejanía abarcando todo el perímetro lacustre, sobresaliendo en él, la lejana silueta de un molino. Sobre las aguas también restos de una empalizada. Amplia porción de cielo

A Pine Copse (San Vicente de la Barquera)
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de
A Pine Copse (San Vicente de la Barquera)
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1872
Haes, Carlos de

These are instantaneous sketches taken directly from nature, here on the coast, in the French countryside, and in the mountains of Picos de Europa. Haes was a moving force in the transformation of landscape painting, bringing a completely new concept of the interpretation of Nature, with a realism that was sensitive to all elements. In all his landscapes, Haes very exactly captures the physical as

Fog (Picos de Europa)
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1874
Haes, Carlos de
Fog (Picos de Europa)
Oil on canvas attached to canvas. Ca. 1874
Haes, Carlos de

These are instantaneous sketches taken directly from nature, here on the coast, in the French countryside, and in the mountains of Picos de Europa. Haes was a moving force in the transformation of landscape painting, bringing a completely new concept of the interpretation of Nature, with a realism that was sensitive to all elements. In all his landscapes, Haes very exactly captures the physical as

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