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Ricardo Arredondo Y Calmache

 (1850 - 1911)
Ricardo Arredondo Y Calmache was active/lived in Spain.  Ricardo Arredondo Y Calmache is known for Landscape, genre, views in an around Toledo painting.

Ricardo Arredondo Y Calmache

Ricardo Arredondo Calmache Arredondo (Cella, Teruel, 1850-Toledo, 1911) was a Spanish painter.  He came to Toledo at twelve years of age together with his father and brothers, under the protection of his uncle, the eldest of the kings chaplain, Francisco Arredondo and Villanueva.  He attended Matias Moreno's workshop and then moved to Madrid to continue his training at the School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving, as a student of Charles de Haes.  He also traveled to Paris, where he became acquainted with Ernest Meissonier.

He participated in some editions of the National Exhibition of Fine Arts, obtaining third medal in 1884 and 1895, with the paintings entitled A Garden Misfortune hunting and Toledo  ...  Displaying 750 of 1515 characters.

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About  Ricardo Arredondo Y Calmache

Born:  1850 - Cella, Teruel, Spain
Died:   1911 - Toledo, Spain
Known for:  Landscape, genre, views in an around Toledo painting