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Spanish Modernism in Nineteenth-France   Katie Dillow

Spanish Modernism in Nineteenth-France

76 страниц. 2011 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
This book examines the life of Sevillan painter Luis Jimenez Aranda (1845-1928) and his unique position as a young Spanish artist in late nineteenth-century Paris. Through his paintings and sketches, Jimenez Aranda surveyed the contemporary world with a modern flair predating both Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta (1870-1945), and Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida (1863-1923), two painters considered to be the principle representatives of modern Spanish painting at the end of the nineteenth century. Many young painters at this time (including Zuloaga and Sorolla) studied abroad in France and Italy, but like most Spanish artists, eventually returned to their native country to live and work. Their time abroad seemed to bring them back to their Spanish painting roots. However for Jimenez Aranda, the time in Rome (and Paris especially) stimulated his appetite for both foreign subjects and styles. Remaining in France for the latter part of his life, Jimenez Aranda''s art realized a...
 
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