Buscando Mariscos

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Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla:

Impresión en lienzo solo con superposición de 40 mm para enmarcar.
Canvas print only with 40 mm overlap for framing.

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Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla – Canvas Print

Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla is a painting, painted by the Valencian master in 1907 and that captures the moment in which a girl removes the damp earth in search of clams, it had been initially valued by the auction house at up to 1.5 million euros. Dollars.

Buscando Mariscos was sold at a bid for Sotheby’s in New York for $ 4.8 million, making it the most expensive work by the artist ever to be auctioned in the United States.

Sorolla increased and developed his technical skills in those years, but we must recognize that in 1907 he had almost abandoned his elaborate brushstroke, drawing and collecting almost any light effect, and has replaced it with a more paste, broader, more master than knows how to give the necessary touch, without dwelling on minor details, which, being important, are not essential.

 

Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla es una obra de arte de alta definición, impresa en lona de alta calidad. Material: algodon 280 gm. Impresión en lienzo solo con superposición de 40 mm para enmarcar.
Una opción perfecta para decoración de pared y decoraciones de hogar y oficina.

La reproducción también es un recuerdo ideal de Valencia, lugar de nacimiento del gran pintor Joaquín Sorolla.

Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla is a High Definition artwork, printed on high quality canvas.  Material: cotton 280 gm. Canvas print only with 40 mm overlap for framing

A perfect choice for wall decor, home decorations and office decorations. Due to different brands of monitors, actual wall art colors may be slightly different from the product image.

The reproduction is also an ideal souvenir from Valencia, a birthplace of a great painter Joaquin Sorolla.

Artespaña – Imprenta Valencia es la única empresa de reproducción de obras de arte en Valencia. Las muestras y la calidad de nuestras impresiones se pueden ver en nuestra tienda en el centro de Valencia.Todos nuestros productos están fabricados e impresos en Valencia, como Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla

Artespaña – Valencia Print –  is the only artwork reproduction company in Valencia. Our samples and the quality of our prints can be seen at our shop in the centre of Valencia. All our products are made and printed in Valencia, like Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla

 

Joaquín Sorolla

(Valencia, 1863 – Cercedilla, España, 1923) Pintor valenciano famoso. Formado en su ciudad natal con el escultor Capuz, estudió posteriormente las obras del Museo del Prado y, gracias a una beca, pudo residir y estudiar en Roma de 1884 a 1889. En esta época se dedicó sobre todo a cuadros de temática histórica.

Un viaje a París en 1894 lo puso en contacto con la pintura impresionista, lo que supuso una verdadera revolución en su estilo. Abandonó los temas anteriores y comenzó a pintar al aire libre, dejándose invadir por la luz y el color del Mediterráneo.

Son precisamente las obras de colores claros y pincelada vigorosa que reproducen escenas a orillas del mar las que más se identifican con el arte de Sorolla.

Sin embargo, fue un artista muy activo, que realizó también numerosos retratos de personalidades españolas y algunas obras de denuncia social bajo la influencia de su amigo Blasco Ibáñez.

Su estilo agradable y fácil hizo que recibiera innumerables encargos, que le permitieron gozar de una desahogada posición social. Su fama rebasó las fronteras españolas para extenderse por toda Europa y Estados Unidos, donde expuso en varias ocasiones.

De 1910 a 1920 pintó una serie de murales con temas regionales para la Hispanic Society of America de Nueva York.

En el estilo más característico de Sorolla, el de técnica y concepción impresionista, destaca la representación de la figura humana (niños desnudos, mujeres con vestidos vaporosos) sobre un fondo de playa o de paisaje, donde los reflejos, las sombras, las transparencias, la intensidad de la luz y el color transfiguran la imagen y dan valor a temas en sí mismo intrascendentes

.Algunos críticos consideran estas obras un cruce entre los impresionistas franceses y los acuarelistas ingleses. 

Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla

Joaquín Sorolla

(Valencia, 1863 – Cercedilla, Spain, 1923) Famous Valencian painter. Trained in his hometown with the help of sculptor Capuz, he later studied the works of the Prado Museum and, thanks to a scholarship, was able to reside and study in Rome from 1884 to 1889.

At this time he devoted himself above all to paintings on historical themes.
A trip to Paris in 1894 brought him into contact with the Impressionist movement, which changed his style completely.

He abandoned the previous subjects and began to paint in the outdoors, allowing himself to be influenced by the light and color of the Mediterranean. It is precisely the works of light colors and vigorous brushstrokes, reproductions of the seashore scenes that are most identified with the art of Sorolla.

However, he was a very active artist, who also made numerous portraits of Spanish personalities and some works of social character under the influence of his friend Blasco Ibáñez.

Pleasant and easy style made him receive countless commissions, which allowed him to enjoy a comfortable social position. His fame went beyond the Spanish borders to spread throughout Europe and the United States, where he exhibited on several occasions.

From 1910 to 1920 he painted a series of murals with regional themes for the Hispanic Society of America in New York.

In Sorolla’s most characteristic style, that of impressionist technique and conception, the representation of the human figure stands out (naked children, women in vaporous dresses) on a beach or landscape background, where reflections, shadows, transparencies, the intensity of the light and the color transfigure the image and give value to themes in itself inconsequential.

Some critics consider these works a cross between the French impressionists and the English watercolorists.

Buscando Mariscos de Sorolla

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35×50 cm (€19.95), 50×70 cm (€39,00)

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