José Gudiol Ricart

José Gudiol Ricart, or José Gudiol in citation (1904–1985) was a Spanish art historian, specializing in Catalan Romanesque painting, Gothic painting and other types of Spanish art.[1][2]

José Gudiol Ricart
Born
Josep Maria Gudiol i Ricart

1904 (1904)
Vic, Catalonia, Spain
Died1985(1985-00-00) (aged 80–81)
Barcelona, Spain
Other namesJosé Gudiol, Jose Gudiol
Known forSpanish art historian
Notable work
Ars Hispaniae series
ChildrenMontserrat Gudiol

BiographyEdit

Josep Maria Gudiol i Ricart was born in 1904 in Vic, Catalonia, Spain.[1][2]

Gudiol Ricart published a series of monumental books surveying Spanish art history, the Ars Hispaniae series. The two most important works in the series were, Las Pinturas Murales Románicas de Cataluña (Gudiol and Pijoán, 1948) and Arquitectura y Escultura Románicas (Gudiol and Gaya Nuño, 1948).[1]

He served as director of the Amatller Institute of Hispanic Art (Institut Amatller D'art Hispànic) in Barcelona, Spain.[3]

Gudiol Ricart's daughter was painter, Montserrat Gudiol Corominas (1933–2015).[4]

PublicationsEdit

  • Zervos, Christian; Soldevilla Zubiburu, Fernando; Gudiol, José (1937). L'Art de la Catalogne de la Seconde Moitié du Neuvième Siècle à la Fin du Quinzième Siècle [The Art of Catalonia from the Second Half of the Ninth Century to the End of the Fifteenth Century]. Paris, France: Éditions "Cahiers d'art".
  • Gudiol Ricart, Josep (1938). La Pintura Gótica a Catalunya [Gothic Painting in Catalonia]. Vol. 1. Barcelona, Spain: A.D.A.C., Barcelona Col. Monografies d Art Hispànic.
  • Cook, Walter W. S.; Gudiol Ricart, José (1950). Ars Hispaniae: Historia Universal del Arte Hispanico; Pintura e Imagineria Romanicas [Ars Hispaniae: Universal History of Hispanic Art, 6th Volume, Roman Painting and Imagery] (in Spanish). Vol. Sexto. Madrid, Spain: Editorial Plus Ultra.
  • Gudiol, José (1964). The Arts of Spain. "The World of Art Library" series (1 ed.). London: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 9780500200179.
  • Gudiol, José (1984). Goya (in Spanish) (1 ed.). Poligrafa. ISBN 8434304082.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Gudiol, José". The Dictionary of Art Historians. Retrieved 2021-03-05.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ a b Calvo Serraller, Francisco (2003). "Gudiol i Ricart, Josep". Grove Art Online. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/gao/9781884446054.article.T035387. Retrieved 2021-03-05.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ "José Gudiol (1904-1985)". Bibliothéque Nationale de France (BnF) (in French). Retrieved 2021-03-05. Historien d'art. - Ancien directeur de l'Institut Amatller d'art espagnol de Barcelone{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. ^ "Gudiol Corominas, Montserrat". Benezit Dictionary of Art. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 2021-03-05.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)