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Carlos de Haes

Paintings

Aguas Buenas (Pyrenees)

Arboleda,

The Tower of the church of Douarnenez

Near Madrid

Marsh (Netherlands)

Windmill (Netherlands)

Vinalopó in Alicante

Waves

Dutch windmill

Dutch meadows

Dutch Canal

The Dutch Lake

The mountain road in Asturia

Mountain Landscape

Mountain Landscape

Mountain Landscape

Mountain Landscape

Mountain Landscape

The mountain range of the Picos de Europa

The mountains of Asturias

The mountains of Aragon

Mountains in Pajares

Courtyard of the Monastery of Piedra

Valley in the Sierra de Guadarrama

Road near Villerville in Normandy

The road to Villerville

The road in the woods of Asturias

Oak Grove

The oaks on the ridge of the Picos de Europa

Dunes, Villerville

Sunset (Aragon)

Sunset in Elche

Source

Channel (Netherlands)

The Channel in the Netherlands

Canyon Despenaperros

The Canal of Mancorbo in the Picos de Europa

Church Tower near Douarnenez

Tajo Colorado . Rio Piedra De Aragon

Cross

A Lazaretto Mallorca

Forest In Alsasua

Forest near Alsasua

A forest near the Monastery de Piedra

Boat in a Lake

Meadows Netherlands

The Coast at Villerville

The Sea at Villerville

The Sea at Villerville

The Sea at Villerville

The Sea in Normandy

Seascape

Nuevalos (Aragon)

Rest of a Shipwreck

A Lake in the Netherlands

The Lake in Nijmegen

The Lake in Friesland

The Lake in Friesland

Lake

Outskirts Of Trouville

Near Friesland

Palm forest in Elche

Palm trees in Elche

Landscape near the monastery Piedra (Aragon)

Landscape near the monastery Piedra

Landscape near the monastery Piedra (Aragon)

Landscape in Aragon

Landscape in Dauphine

Landscape in Dauphine

Landscape in Dauphine

Landscape in Nijmegen (Netherlands)

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Carlos de Haes

Carlos de Haes (January 25, 1829 – June 17, 1898) was a Spanish painter from Belgium. He was noted for the Realism in his landscapes, and was considered to be the "first contemporary Spanish artist able to capture something of a particularly Spanish 'essence' in his work".[1] He was cited along with Jenaro Perez Villaamil and Aureliano de Beruete as one of the three Spanish grand masters of landscape painting, the latter of which was his pupil.[2]

In the 1850s, Haes was involved in the rise of the Realist school of landscape. Coincidentally his landscape and wildlife paintings of the Monasterio de Piedra occurred at the time of an academic opening for the Painting School of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, the selection to be made by a landscape competition. In 1857 he became the first professor of landscape painting, the first in Spain to teach painting directly from nature. In 1860, he became an Academic at the Royal Academy. In 1876, he presented at the National Exhibition with La Canal de Mancorbo en los Picos de Europa ("The Canal of Mancorbo in the Picos de Europa") later acquired by the Spanish state to be part of the collection of the Museo del Prado, because of its significance as a realistic Spanish landscape painting.


Early years

Haes was born in Brussels to a family of bankers.[3] The family moved to Spain, settling in Málaga in 1835, where Haes studied with the Neoclassical portrait painter Luis de la Cruz y Ríos (es).[4] In 1850, Haes decided to continue his art training by studying with the great Flemish landscape masters. His encounter with Joseph Quinaux, who mentored Haes from 1850 through 1855,[5] influenced his painting outdoors, and defined his artistic works as a whole. In Brussels, he came in contact with other notable European painters at the annual exhibition of the Brussels Salon. He traveled throughout Holland, France, and Germany.[4]

Career


After returning to Spain, he entered the National Exhibition of Fine Arts, winning a third place medal for landscapes created around Brussels. Haes was involved in the 1850s rise of the Realist school of landscape.[6] It was coincidental that Haes' landscape and wildlife paintings of the Monasterio de Piedra occurred at the time of an academic opening for the Painting School of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, the selection to be made by a landscape competition. He received the academic appointment in 1857, becoming professor of landscape painting,[7] and becoming the first in Spain to teach painting directly from nature.[1] Among his students were Jaime Morera (es), Aureliano de Beruete, and Darío de Regoyos. Haes took his students with him to paint in the countryside; under his teaching the "painters proliferated and took advantage of the new railway system to explore the furthest corners of the nation's topography."[1][8] He influenced the Spanish novelist, Azorín, who perfected his writing technique by repeatedly viewing Haes' works at the museum.[1]

In addition to teaching, he continued his painting production, and in 1858, Haes received the first medal at the National Exhibition.[9] In 1860, he became an Academic at the Royal Academy,[6] and received a medal for his Memories of Andalusia. In 1862, he medaled with his landscape, Vista del Lozoya. In 1876, he again presented at the National Exhibition with La Canal de Mancorbo en los Picos de Europa ("The Canal of Mancorbo in the Picos de Europa"); its preparatory sketch was dated in situ in 1874.[10] Though it did not win a prize, it was acquired by the Spanish state to be part of the collection of the Museo del Prado, because of its significance as a realistic Spanish landscape painting.[7] He became ill in 1890 and died in Madrid in 1898.[3]

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Levie, Simon H. (1996). From Zurbaran to Picasso: masterpieces from the collection of Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza. Skira. p. 163. ISBN 978-88-8118-137-7. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
Serra, Tomás Llorens (1999). Painting nature: genre and landscape painting from Brueghel to Van Gogh : Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza collection : 1 October 1999 to 16 January 2000. Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. p. 193. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
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Serra, Tomás Llorens; Thyssen-Bornemisza, Museo (1999). Painting nature: genre and landscape painting from Brueghel to Van Gogh : Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza collection : 1 October 1999 to 16 January 2000. Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. p. 152. Retrieved 10 October 2012.
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Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (2001). Landscapes from Brueghel to Kandinsky: the exhibition in honour of the collector Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza. Hatje Cantz Publishers. p. 222. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
Acereda, Alberto; Guevara, Rigoberto (2004). Modernism, Rubén Darío, and the Poetics of Despair. University Press of America. p. 292. ISBN 978-0-7618-2900-3. Retrieved 10 October 2012.

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