SOROLLA IN AMERICA

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This publication, edited by J. L. Colomer, B. Pons-Sorolla and M. Roglán, analyses Sorolla's success and critical fortune in the United States in the early 20th century and the personal and professional relationships forged during the Valencian artist's numerous sojourns in America.

As the most admired Spanish artist outside of Spain at the dawn of the last century, American museums vied for a chance to host Sorolla’s solo exhibitions in 1909 and 1911, and acquiring one of his paintings was a proud accomplishment for any public or private collection.

The book contains essays by the editors and N. Atzbach (Meadows Museum), M. Boone (University of Alberta) and R. Mayer (Harvard Extension School).

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Dimensions
24 x 29 cm
Publisher
Centro de Estudios Europa
Author
José Luis Colomer, Blanca Pons-Sorolla, Mark A. Roglan
ISBN
9788415245469
Language
English
Format
Hardback
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