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  • Sorolla, Joaquín, 1863-1923.

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Bibliography: [v. 4] p. 104-109.

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SeriesHispanic notes & monographs: essays, studies, and brief biographies issued by the Hispanic Society of America. Catalogue series
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LC ClassificationsND813.S7 H7 1926
The Physical Object
Pagination v.
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Open LibraryOL6688501M
LC Control Number26007575
OCLC/WorldCa1090308

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Huntington, entrusted the Valencian painter with the decoration of a large hall in its New York premises. The result was a series of large-sized paintings, known as The Regions of Spain, which synthesised the vision of Spain at that time seen through Sorolla’s eyes.

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The Hispanic Society’s Museum is CLOSED for extensive renovations. Beginning SeptemThe Sorolla Vision of Spain Gallery will be open by appointment only. For more information email: [email protected] Free educational and public programs will continue off-site.

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[Hispanic Society of America.]. Working toward this goal, Huntington began his collection with Spanish rare books and manuscripts; then decorative arts; followed by paintings and sculpture—all of which now fill the galleries of The Hispanic Society of America.

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Joaquín Sorolla, the Spanish painter, sketched costumed villagers and arid roads around his homeland in the s. The Hispanic Society of America has cleaned and rehung his breathtaking "Visions of Spain" cycle.

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Born in Valencia, this Spanish painter was active mainly in his native town and in Madrid. Sorolla in the collection of the Hispanic society of America. Bernardino de Pantorba catalogued the twenty-eight views which belong to the Museo Sorolla in Madrid. The others belong to private collections.

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