Strolling along the Seashore by Joaquín Sorolla
Oil on canvas reproduction of Strolling along the Seashore, is a work that Joaquín Sorolla painted in 1909.
It is a familiar scene with Clotilde, his wife and daughter Maria. It is one of his most famous paintings, in which once again the beautiful composition, where the whites dominate, appears in that plane that we have already commented before, seen from above, with total absence of horizon.
The work is in the Sorolla Museum.
The original has dimensions of 205 x 200 cm.
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