Christ of Saint John of the Cross (Dalí)
The Starry Night (van Gogh)
Walk along the seashore (Sorolla)
Joaquín Sorolla was a Spanish artist born in 1863. He left a legacy of more than 2000 works. His work is classified as impressionist, postimpressionist and luminist, very important artistic currents that led to contemporary art.
To Joaquín SorollaWhite is one of his main colours, which makes his paintings have an incomparable brightness and luminosity. The brushstroke of Joaquín Sorolla is fluid and uses color in her paintings.
Joaquín Sorolla He began painting historical subjects, but a trip to Paris changed his style completely. He abandoned these themes and began to paint outdoors, creating light-colored works that reproduced scenes on the seashore.
He also created works of social denunciation and even portraits of great Spanish personalities. His work and his pleasant and luminous style, made him receive numerous commissions and Joaquín Sorolla could enjoy a financially carefree life.
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