Ayamonte the tuna catch by Joaquín Sorolla
Oil reproduction on canvas of “Ayamonte the tuna catch” by Joaquín Sorolla. It is one of the fourteen large-format works known as “The Vision of Spain”, which Sorolla painted for the “Hispanic Society of America”, located in New York.
These fourteen works show scenes from everyday life in different parts of Spain. Archer Milton Huntington, founder of the society, commissioned them from Sorolla in 1911.
The exceptional work represents the fishermen working among the fish, after the well-known “levantá de los atunes” in Ayamonte (Huelva).
He painted the painting in 1919 with dimensions of 349 x 485 cm.
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