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Carbonero, Jose Moreno, Spain 1858 to 1942 Oil Paintings

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Moreno Carbonero was born in Malaga, Spain in 1858 and died in 1942. He was a Spanish painter who depicted realistic landscape and figurative work. He went to an art school in his hometown as a young boy and years later studied in Rome. At age 12 he won his first prize for his work, a gold medal. At the same age he sold his first painting for 1,000 peseta. Four years later he exhibited in a national art competition and won the silver medal. In 1881, after returning to Spain he won the national exhibition, and again in '87. Around age 34 he became a drawing professor in San Fernando, where he eventually taught Salvador Dali and Juan Gris. In 1942 he died and his body was transferred back to his hometown for burial.
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Santa Maria Della Salute Seen from the Academia in Venice

Santa Maria Della Salute Seen from the Academia in Venice by  Jose Moreno Carbonero (Painting ID: CI-0180-KA)

Flowers and the Entrance of Roger into Constantinople

Flowers and the Entrance of Roger into Constantinople by  Jose Moreno Carbonero (Painting ID: ED-1065-KA)

The Entrance of the Duke of Gandia

The Entrance of the Duke of Gandia by  Jose Moreno Carbonero (Painting ID: ED-1067-KA)

House of Gold

House of Gold by  Jose Moreno Carbonero (Painting ID: LA-2598-KA)

Land of Lavender

Land of Lavender by  Jose Moreno Carbonero (Painting ID: LA-2600-KA)

Procession in a Castilian Village

Procession in a Castilian Village by  Jose Moreno Carbonero (Painting ID: LA-2602-KA)