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Thursday, June 4, 2009 (read 918 times)
 

Exhibition: Joaquin Sorolla in the Prado Museum

by Stacey

Valencia - born impressionist  painter Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1920) is the star of a memorable retrospective exhibit currently being held by the Prado Museum in Madrid.

 Not only is this exhibition the first for the Spanish art gallery representing the painter, but it is also the most important exhibition in -as well as- out of Spain.

Until September 6, you may delight viewing over 100 of Sorolla's paintings. Among them are 14 of his magnificent panels painted for the Spanish Society of America in New York in which the painter carefully depicts the many aspects of Spanish Mediterranean life under the illustrative title "Visions of Spain". Want to learn Spanish in our don Quijote Madrid school (right in the city center) while discovering great museums and a vibrant nightlife? Then request your free brochure!

"Walk on the beach" (portrait of Sorolla's wife and daughter)


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