10 August – 3 November 2019
Beit Wing (Rooms 6-10)
Discover Sorolla, Spain’s Impressionist, this summer. From beaches, gardens and landscapes to social themes and family portraits, enjoy sun-drenched scenes and depictions of Spanish life.
One of the most celebrated artists in his native Spain, Joaquín Sorolla (1863–1923) was referred to as the ‘master of light’. See over fifty works spanning a prolific career in the first exhibition of his paintings in Ireland.
Curators | Dr Brendan Rooney, Head Curator, and Dr Aoife Brady, Curator of Italian and Spanish Art, National Gallery of Ireland
Curator's Talk: Introducing Sorolla, Spanish Master of Light
Dr Aoife Brady, Curator of Italian and Spanish Art, will introduc
Pop-up Talk \ Sorolla's Portraits & Family
Join Jess Fahy for a lunchtime talk exploring the work of Sorolla
Heritage Week: Dementia-inclusive tour of Sorolla exhibition
Sensory stimulation, observation and discussion in the exhibition