Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa: Campesinos de Gandía, (1909)

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“Campesinos de Gandía” (Peasants Of Gandía), 1909. by Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa (Spanish, 1871 – 1959), Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias in Oviedo, Spain, http://www.museobbaa.com/ast/obra/campesinos-de-gandia/, Image Source: azukarillo

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Mujeres. Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa.

Regrettably, I have been unable to find further information about this painting. If you can assist, please comment below.

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  1. While I didn’t find information about this painting in particular, I did come across a 12.4-minute video showing 121 of Hermenegild Anglada-Camarasa’s paintings. Your post is the first time I’ve heard of that Catalan painter.

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    1. Thank you, Steve! I am adding the video to this post. (I am agenda fluid, too.) 🙂

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  2. These are two tidbits I found on the web. Tried an Apple translation of the description, but I think it’s better left as is.

    “Campesinos de Gandía” (Peasants Of Gandía), 1909.
    by Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa (Spanish, 1871 – 1959)
    Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias in Oviedo, Spain
    http://www.museobbaa.com/ast/obra/campesinos-de-gandia/

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    1. You found it!!!! Thank you, Sister Renee! ❤️🙂

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  3. Love the way the artist highlights the beauty of the local craftsmanship 🙂

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    1. Yes! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Rosaliene. 🙂

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  4. kingkang911 says:

    Stunning body of work. The landscape and still life are gorgeous. Very moody and emotional use of color and strokes.

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    1. My sentiments exactly! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, kingkang. 🙂

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