• JAN 01 to DEC 31
    Solo Exhibition
    La estética de Anglada Camarasa

    Category

    • Solo Exhibition

    Dates and Opening hours

    JAN 01 to DEC 31, 2013

    Event Location

    CaixaForum Palma

    Plaza de Weyler, 3 07001 Palma
    Palma de Mallorca
    Spain

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    Hermen Anglada-Camarasa (Barcelona, ??1871 - Port de Pollença, 1959) lived starring some of the most important moments in the history of art from the first half of the twentieth century.
    He studied in Barcelona, ??at the School of the end of the century Lonja and traveled to Paris to complete his training. The hardships of early contrast with its success from 1900, when his name became an international benchmark. His work was exhibited throughout Europe from Rome to Paris to Prague and Moscow, and attracted a considerable collecting in the main European capitals and the United States. His canvases, plasticity and a radiant sensuality have become a symbol of the Belle Époque. The night scenes, the delirium of music-hall and bohemian cosmopolitan living with the recovery of popular taste, resulting in a decorative style and colorful, with great virtuosity and dazzling visual beauty. World War Anglada-Camarasa took refuge in Mallorca and discover its landscapes, which were integrated as a major element of his work. During the Spanish Civil War and shut in Montserrat in the last days before the fall of Barcelona, ??went into exile in Pougues-les-Eaux, where he lived for ten years. In 1949 he returned to Mallorca where he settled and where he left a lasting impression.

    The Collection Hermen Anglada-Camarasa offers a unique testimony to this adventure. It consists of 85 oil paintings, 182 drawings, 54 prints, 4 lithographs, three sculptures and 194 personal objects that belonged to the artist's collection. The Fundación "la Caixa" acquired this legacy of family-Camarasa Anglada, and since 1993 its bottom exposed permanently in CaixaForum Palma, in the building designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner.

    The Collection Hermen Anglada-Camarasa offers a unique testimony to this adventure. It consists of 85 oil paintings, 182 drawings, 54 prints, 4 lithographs, three sculptures and 194 personal objects that belonged to the artist's collection. The Fundación "la Caixa" acquired this legacy of family-Camarasa Anglada, and since 1993 its bottom exposed permanently in CaixaForum Palma, in the building designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner.

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