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Desde su conocimiento de Segovia Ignacio Zuloaga adquiere un estilo propio con el que triunfa en Europa y divulga la extraordinaria personalidad de la ciudad que le cautivó.
Ignacio Zuloaga: A collection of 47 paintings (HD) Description: "Ignacio Zuloaga, in full Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta (born July 26, 1870, Eibar, near Bilbao, Spain—died Oct. 31, 1945, Madrid), Spanish genre and portrait painter noted for his theatrical paintings of figures from Spanish culture and folklore. The son of a successful metalworker, Zuloaga was a largely self-taught artist who learned to paint by copying Old Masters in the Prado Museum in Madrid. Beginning about 1890, he split his time between Paris and Spain. In Paris he became acquainted with the artists Paul Gauguin, Edgar Degas, and Auguste Rodin. Despite his contact with these prominent French artists, however, his main influences were the Spanish masters El Greco, Diego Velázquez, and Francisco de Goya. Inspired by a visit to the Andalusia region of Spain in 1892, Zuloaga began to focus on subject matter from Spanish culture and folklore, such as bullfighters, peasants, and dancers. He used earthen colours almost exclusively and often placed his figures against dramatic landscapes. Zuloaga began to achieve international success with the painting Daniel Zuloaga and His Daughters, which was exhibited in 1899 and purchased by the French government for the Luxembourg Museum in Paris. About 1907 he became a popular society portraitist, an aspect of his career that brought him considerable wealth. After spending much of his career working in Paris, Zuloaga settled permanently in Spain in 1924. His paintings were exhibited in a highly successful one-man show in New York City in 1925. He was awarded the grand prize for painting at the Venice Biennale in 1938." --- SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnFromMasters/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnFromMasters Contact: LearnFromMasters01@gmail.com --- Thanks for all support!
La Fundación Mapfre presenta la exposición 'Sorolla y Estados Unidos', una muestra organizada conjuntamente con The Meadows Museum y The San Diego Museum of Art que se acerca, por primera vez, a la estrecha relación que Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923) mantuvo con Estados Unidos a principios del siglo XX.
Manuel Fernández García pintor español, Nació en 1927, los temas de sus cuadros son de estilo costumbrista con temas de pueblos y paisajes campesinos de España. #pinturacostumbrista #pinturaaioleo Manuel Fernández García Spanish painter, born in 1927, the subjects of his paintings are of manners style themed villages and landscapes of rural Spain.
This film offers a steady stream of images of Paris and its environs in 1900-1914 taken from archival sources which are listed at length in the opening credits. The film clips are a mix of fiction footage, staged scenes, news footage and "actualité" footage, grouped (very roughly) by theme, with the most attention devoted to leisurely pursuits of the privileged classes before the final 20-minute section chronicles the ominous build-up to war, which broke out in 1914. Many of the prominent figures from 1900-1914 cited by the narration are still famous, including Maurice Chevalier, Sarah Bernhardt, Andre Gide, Nellie Melba, Enrico Caruso, Rodin, Renoir, Debussy, and Andrew Carnegie. Quite a few others speed by but I didn't recognize their names, although devotees of French literature, culture and history most certainly will. This 72-minute copy offers witty narration in English delivered by actor Monty Woolley ("The Man Who Came to Dinner"). It's a scratchy, choppy, high-contrast print transferred to video in a rather low-tech manner. I recommend interested parties purchase the much higher quality DVD offered by Grapevine Video at: http://www.grapevinevideo.com/paris_1900.html
Fundación MAPFRE presenta en su Sala Recoletos 'Zuloaga en el París de la Belle Époque.1889-1914', una gran exposición comisariada por Leyre Bozal Chamorro y Pablo Jiménez Burillo que ofrece una nueva visión del pintor, cuya obra, que en gran parte se desarrolla en el París de cambio de siglo, se muestra en perfecta sintonía con el mundo moderno en el que se inscribe y excede los límites que la historiografía tradicional del arte ha establecido: ligada a la generación del 98 y por lo tanto a la conocida como “España negra”.