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All Isidre Nonell 's Paintings
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ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Amparo, Isidre Nonell
 Amparo   1902(1902) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 50 x 61.5 cm (19.7 x 24.2 in) cjr
Bust de dona amb fons verd, o Gitana vella, Isidre Nonell
 Bust de dona amb fons verd, o Gitana vella   1904(1904) Medium oil on cardboard Dimensions 69 x 56.5 cm (27.2 x 22.2 in) cjr
Consuelo, Isidre Nonell
 Consuelo   Date 1904(1904) Medium Oil on cardboard Dimensions 54 x 46 cm (21.3 x 18.1 in) cjr
Consuelo, Isidre Nonell
 Consuelo   1904(1904) Medium oil on cardboard Dimensions 54 X 46 cm (21.3 X 18.1 in) cyf
Dolors, Isidre Nonell
 Dolors   1910(1910) Medium oil on panel Dimensions 71 x 53 cm (28 x 20.9 in) cjr
Gitana, Isidre Nonell
 Gitana   1907(1907) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 60 x 50 cm (23.6 x 19.7 in) cjr
Gitana, Isidre Nonell
 Gitana   1909(1909) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 74 x 60 cm (29.1 x 23.6 in) cjr

Isidre Nonell
(November 30, 1873, Barcelona, Spain - February 21, 1911, Barcelona) a Catalonian painter and drawer belonging to post-impressionism known for his expressive portrayal of the socially marginalized of Barcelona society. (He is also said to belong to modernism and postmodernism.) Isidre Nonell was born in 1872 (not in 1873 as indicated by some biographers). His parents, Isidre Nonell i Torras de Arenys de Mar and Àngela Monturiol i Franc of Barcelona, owned a small but prosperous factory of soup noodles. Together with his childhood friend, Joaquim Mir, with whom he attended the same school in the neighborhood of Sant Pere in the old part of town in Barcelona, he developed artistic ambitions at an early age. His early teachers included Josep Mirabent, Gabriel Martenez Alt and Llu Graner. From 1893 to 1895 he studied at the Escola de Belles Arts de Barcelona (Fine Arts School of Barcelona). He met Ricard Canals, Ramen Pichot, Juli Vallmitjana, Adrie Gual, and Joaquin Sunyer with whom he developed an interest in landscape painting, studying light. The study of sunlight and its effects on color were a main part of Impressionism, which was then active. They were called the "Saffron Group" for the warm tones they used, as well as the "Sant Marte Group" after the town they painted in. In 1894, he began producing illustrations for La Vanguardia. He later drew for other periodicals, including LeEsquella de la Torratxa, Barcelona Cemica, Pel & Ploma, and Forma. In 1896, Nonell went with Ricard Canals and Juli Vallmitjana to the spa town of Caldes de Boe in the Catalonian Pyrenees to work at the spa run by Vallmitjana's family. There, he saw a large number of people suffering from the illness of cretinism, which became a subject of his paintings. In February 1897, he went to Paris with Ricard Canals. There he exhibited and shared a studio with Picasso. He returned to Barcelona in 1900. At the beginning of 1901, he made paintings of women, such as gypsy and working-class women, and still lifes. He exhibited in the Sala Par in Barcelona twice, in 1902 and 1903. The reaction to his works of poor gypsy women was very hostile.

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