My present dreams look something like this. Joaquín Sorolla (pictured).
'We painters can never reproduce sunlight as it really is. I can only approach the truth of it.' Joaquín Sorolla, referring to Monet, 1909. This photo shows Sorolla painting in his garden in 1920. Sorolla was an exceptionally gifted painter. His ability to capture life and movement, often out of doors and on a grand scale, remains impressive. His pictures radiate the dazzle of sunlight on water, the heat of a sultry afternoon and the force of a stiff sea breeze. Come and see these breathtaking visions of Spain in 'Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light', now in its final week. Tickets are released each morning and can be purchased from the Sainsbury Wing ticket desk on a first come, first served basis. Or, become a member and visit for free. Photo © @museo_sorolla #sorolla #spain #photograph #photo #painting #exhibition #nationalgallery