JOAQUIN SOROLLA: GARDENS OF LIGHT

"Alhambra of Granada by Joaquin Sorolla"

Photo credit: latablagardenias.blogspot.com

 

The Museo Sorolla is currently running the exhibition “Gardens of Light” which showcases the work of the painter Joaquin Sorolla (Valencia, Spain 1863-Madrid 1923).

“Gardens of Light”, in view until next 30 May, is part of a project launched by the Museum aiming to encourage public interest in gardens and therefore a program of activities, such as workshops and guided visits, will be running alongside the exhibition.

 

Rocio Troncoso

 

More Information: Museo Sorolla.

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4 responses to “JOAQUIN SOROLLA: GARDENS OF LIGHT

  1. Reblogged this on Nueva Colonia de Muros de Nalón and commented:
    Gardens that could have been inspired in the impressive green landscape of San Esteban de Pravia and Muros de Nalón in Asturias (north of Spain) where the artist spent 2 summers with family and other colleagues capturing the colors of the Cantabric Sea.

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