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Darío de Regoyos

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Date of birth

Nov 1, 1857

Date of death

Oct 29, 1913

" Painter. In addition to the highly-specialised techniques learned in the Royal Academy, he incorporated the innovations received from France, and produced landscapes in the Pointillist style, in advance of the prevailing tastes in the Spain of the time."

He was born in Ribadesella (Asturias) in 1857 and moved to Madrid when he was very young. He studied at the San Fernando Royal Academy in 1878, where he was a student of Carlos de Haes. In 1879 he entered the École Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels. In 1883, he accompanied several artists on a tour of Spain where he settled the following year. Throughout this period, Regoyos' painting style evolved from naturalism to the pre-symbolism of his series 'La España negra', and finally, by now in his mature stage, became something approaching Impressionism, and more specifically, Pointillism. His last works were profuse natural landscapes (painted en plein air) of places in Vizcaya and Guipúzcoa. He died in Barcelona in 1913.

Highlighted works

  • El gallinero
  • Paisaje de Hernani
  • La Concha
  • El baño en Rentería
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