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Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
Joaquín Sorolla
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Joaquín Sorolla

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The Spanish painter

The Spanish painter

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  • 1. JOAQUÍN SOROLLA (1863-1923)
  • 2.  
  • 3. BIOGRAPHY
    • He was born in Valencia (1863) and died in Cercedilla (1923).
    • He was a Spanish painter who excelled in the painting of portraits, landscapes, and monumental works of social and historical themes.
    • His most typical works are characterized by a representation of the people and landscape under the sunlight.
  • 4. ARTISTIC MOVEMENT:
    • Impressionism: artistic period from 19th century.
    • Characteristics:
    • - Open composition.
  • 5.  
  • 6. - Emphasis on light.
  • 7. - The landscape as the main theme:
  • 8. WORKS
  • 9. Paseo a orillas del mar
  • 10. Instántanea, Biarritz.
  • 11. Jardín de la casa Sorolla.
  • 12. La siesta.
  • 13. Niños en la playa.
  • 14. Rompeolas, San Sebastián.
  • 15. Activities:
    • See power point presentation.
    • Make a mural about “Sorolla”
    • Represent the picture “Paseo a orillas del mar” with colour pencils.

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