Luis Martí Gras (1887 – 1961, Spanish)


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6 responses to “Luis Martí Gras (1887 – 1961, Spanish)

  1. Hembra graciosa pulcra

  2. Moving to see my uncle’s paintings. Where did you find it? Do you know where this painting is?

    • CantervilleGhost

      It was sold in a Boston auction in 2008.

    • Jean-Marie LEONARD

      Dear Madame

      I would like to ask you a few questions :
      1) Does your uncle has sculpted a dinosaur statue in the beginning of the 20th century or he was the owner of a dinosaur statue ?
      2) Does your uncle was owner of a house in Barcelona ?
      3) Did he had garden gnomes in his home?

      My questions are not jokes even if they may be surprising. If you don’t know could you ask these questions to your others relatives.

      I am negotiating a dinosaur statue made in plaster and the seller says the statue comes from a house in Barcelona which the owner was a painter named Marti Gras. He has no certificate and no evidence for that. The statue seems realized with the technics of the beginning of the previous century. It looks like to a dinosaur statue in terracotta made by a German company at the same epoch but with differences. This German company sold also gnomes garden. But if your uncle was also a sculptor, maybe he could made this statue himself. So I would like identify if this statue comes really from the house of your uncle or if the seller is trying to sell me a fake.

      Thank you very much for your answer.

      Jean-Marie LEONARD
      from FRANCE

  3. Ramon Garcia

    Do you know who is the female model of this painting? Was she his wife? Do you know where can I get more information about the life of your uncle (in English, Castilian, and/or Catalan?) Thank you very much!

  4. Jean-Marie LEONARD

    I would like to ask a question to Elena Marti : Does your uncle has sculpted a dinosaur statue in the beginning of the 20th century or he was the owner of a dinosaur statue ? Does your uncle was owner of a house in Barcelona ?
    Thank you very much for your answer.

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