Mending the Sail, 1896  by Joaquín Sorolla

Mending the Sail, 1896

(Das Segel reparieren, 1896)

Joaquín Sorolla

Impressionism
sewing · straw hat · geranium · sunshine · worker · workers · greenhouse · conservatory · interior
Mending the Sail, 1896 by Joaquín Sorolla
1896   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 309214   ·  Museo d'Arte Moderna di Ca' Pesaro, Venice, Italy / bridgemanimages.com
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26.07.2018
Andrea S.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 110cm x 80cm, stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


26.08.2018
Peter M.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 105cm x 76cm, stretched on stretcher.


20.02.2019
Helmut L.
Art print on Canvas matte, 130cm x 95cm, stretched on stretcher.


10.07.2019
Alan S.
Art print on Canvas matte, 90cm x 65cm, stretched on stretcher.


22.07.2019
Steve P.
Art Print on Photo paper matte/satin, 70cm x 51cm, with 3cm additional border (White).


01.01.2021
Maria H.
Art Print on Acrylic glass, 82cm x 60cm.


01.01.2021
Ruth H.
Art Print on Acrylic glass, 82cm x 60cm.


25.03.2021
Juan M.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 66cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.
It is a sunny day that the group of men and women use to mend the cloth of a sail. The group has come together in a courtyard with blooming flowers and charming stacco fences. The scene could be part of a family's everyday life. Fishermen working hard on the element of their livelihood. It is typical workwear worn by men and women. A long skirt, a loose blouse and a scarf around the shoulders of the women. Men with a straw hat as sunscreen. The people work concentrated on the seemingly endless amount of canvas. The viewer gets an insight into a scene that has a familiar effect and awakens memories. Things that the family brings together.

Sorolla loved to capture everyday life on the coasts of his native Valencia. The beach and the sea, his wife and children. All were recurring themes in the game between the Mediterranean light and the turquoise sea. "Sea painter" was called the Spanish Impressionist and in fact the blue sea and the fine sandy beach are never far away. Through the open courtyard door, the sea view becomes the center of the painting. The sea is a constant element in the work and accompanies the artist throughout his life. As a child, the painter himself was a member of a fishing family who could only live poorly by profession. As an artist, he could enjoy the sea and capture the special light with great familiarity.

The effect of the color play could not be impressionistic. Sorolla uses the art style of Luminism. A detailed reproduction of the motifs and preservation of the forms stand for the early form of impressionism. Important for the Spanish representatives of the art movement were the color intensity of the Spanish landscape and the setting of clear lighting effects.

The oil painting around the repair of the sails is worked in bright colors. Three colors dominate the work. Blue, green and a bright white. The white lets the scene shine and brings the glistening sunshine into the picture. Hardly any other artist has understood how to master the color white and to use it specifically for light reflexes. Light and shadow are sharply edged. The colored ones show the contours of the courtyard environment and the heat of the day is noticeable. Silent consent dominates the atmosphere. Happy conversation does not seem necessary, the group of people seems like a satisfied unit.

Sorolla was one of the lucky artists who could freely decide on their choice of subject. The Spaniard went out into the countryside and created his works in the open air. The original size of the painting is 222 cm x 300 cm and these dimensions were also created by the artist on the beach. © Meisterdrucke
Mending the Sail, 1896  by Joaquín Sorolla

Mending the Sail, 1896

(Das Segel reparieren, 1896)

Joaquín Sorolla

Impressionism
sewing · straw hat · geranium · sunshine · worker · workers · greenhouse · conservatory · interior
Mending the Sail, 1896 by Joaquín Sorolla
1896   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 309214   ·  Museo d'Arte Moderna di Ca' Pesaro, Venice, Italy / bridgemanimages.com
   Add to favorites


26.07.2018
Andrea S.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 110cm x 80cm, stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


26.08.2018
Peter M.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 105cm x 76cm, stretched on stretcher.


20.02.2019
Helmut L.
Art print on Canvas matte, 130cm x 95cm, stretched on stretcher.


10.07.2019
Alan S.
Art print on Canvas matte, 90cm x 65cm, stretched on stretcher.


22.07.2019
Steve P.
Art Print on Photo paper matte/satin, 70cm x 51cm, with 3cm additional border (White).


01.01.2021
Maria H.
Art Print on Acrylic glass, 82cm x 60cm.


01.01.2021
Ruth H.
Art Print on Acrylic glass, 82cm x 60cm.


25.03.2021
Juan M.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 66cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.
It is a sunny day that the group of men and women use to mend the cloth of a sail. The group has come together in a courtyard with blooming flowers and charming stacco fences. The scene could be part of a family's everyday life. Fishermen working hard on the element of their livelihood. It is typical workwear worn by men and women. A long skirt, a loose blouse and a scarf around the shoulders of the women. Men with a straw hat as sunscreen. The people work concentrated on the seemingly endless amount of canvas. The viewer gets an insight into a scene that has a familiar effect and awakens memories. Things that the family brings together.

Sorolla loved to capture everyday life on the coasts of his native Valencia. The beach and the sea, his wife and children. All were recurring themes in the game between the Mediterranean light and the turquoise sea. "Sea painter" was called the Spanish Impressionist and in fact the blue sea and the fine sandy beach are never far away. Through the open courtyard door, the sea view becomes the center of the painting. The sea is a constant element in the work and accompanies the artist throughout his life. As a child, the painter himself was a member of a fishing family who could only live poorly by profession. As an artist, he could enjoy the sea and capture the special light with great familiarity.

The effect of the color play could not be impressionistic. Sorolla uses the art style of Luminism. A detailed reproduction of the motifs and preservation of the forms stand for the early form of impressionism. Important for the Spanish representatives of the art movement were the color intensity of the Spanish landscape and the setting of clear lighting effects.

The oil painting around the repair of the sails is worked in bright colors. Three colors dominate the work. Blue, green and a bright white. The white lets the scene shine and brings the glistening sunshine into the picture. Hardly any other artist has understood how to master the color white and to use it specifically for light reflexes. Light and shadow are sharply edged. The colored ones show the contours of the courtyard environment and the heat of the day is noticeable. Silent consent dominates the atmosphere. Happy conversation does not seem necessary, the group of people seems like a satisfied unit.

Sorolla was one of the lucky artists who could freely decide on their choice of subject. The Spaniard went out into the countryside and created his works in the open air. The original size of the painting is 222 cm x 300 cm and these dimensions were also created by the artist on the beach. © Meisterdrucke
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The Horse’s Bath The Wounded Foot, 1909 The Little Sailing Boat Candles in the sea, Valencia Time for a Bathe, Valencia La Concha Beach, San Sebastián. 1906 Mother Mending the Sail, 1896 After Bathing, 1915, 1932 Hall of the Ambassadors, Alhambra, Granada  SummernEspanol: VeranonPortugues: Veraon The return of fishing Girl on the beach, Valencia Fisherwoman with child, Valencia, 1908. After the Bath
Other art prints by Joaquín Sorolla
The Horse’s Bath The Wounded Foot, 1909 The Little Sailing Boat Candles in the sea, Valencia Time for a Bathe, Valencia La Concha Beach, San Sebastián. 1906 Mother Mending the Sail, 1896 After Bathing, 1915, 1932 Hall of the Ambassadors, Alhambra, Granada  SummernEspanol: VeranonPortugues: Veraon The return of fishing Girl on the beach, Valencia Fisherwoman with child, Valencia, 1908. After the Bath
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