The Life and Works of Joaquín Sorolla (Repeat)

Please note that this is a repeat of the popular Spring 2017 course.

DETAILS


Availability

Available


Dates

21st Jun - 28th Jun, 2019
(Fridays)


Times

10am-12.30pm

Location

The Guildford Institute
Ward Street, Guildford
GU1 4LH


Cost

£27.50£33.00


Tutor

Tammy Ellis BA (Hons) (Lon), BA (Hons) (Surrey)

Reference

GI 18 534

Joaquín Sorolla: Instantané/Snapshot. Biarritz. 1906. Oil on Canvas. 62 x 93.5 cm. Museo Sorolla, Madrid.

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Course Participant

To accompany the current exhibition at the National Gallery, London: Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light, we shall consider the fascinating life and works of this Spanish artist. In 1906, Joaquín Sorolla exhibited his work for the first time at the Galerie Georges Petit in Paris. The exhibition was a resounding success and in turn helped to establish Sorolla’s international reputation. His exquisite rendering of light effects, influenced by John Singer Sargent, led critics to consider Sorolla as an impressionist painter.


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