A real treat this post! Recently came across great photos of Sorolla's murals at the Hispanic Society of America in New York City. Sorolla was commissioned by Archer M. Huntington in 1911 to paint 14 large scale (twelve to fourteen feet tall) paintings to be installed at the Society. It took Sorolla 8 exhausting years to complete the monumental project.
The last image is a nice detail shot to show the brushwork Sorolla was working with. That's a very small detail from the painting above it. Wow! Here are a few more links to galleries containing hi resolution shots of these paintings: 1 2 3 4
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