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Arte incómodo: "The Carlist Painter and his Family" by Domínguez Bécquer and "Woman Painting by the Sea" by Palmaroli | Uninvited Guests Friday, February 12, 2021

Works commented by Asunción Cardona, Art Historian, Director of Museo del Romanticismo.

Valeriano Domínguez Bécquer (1834-1870) "The Carlist Painter and his Family", 1869 Vicente Palmaroli y González (1834-1896) "Woman Painting by the Sea", c. 1882 In a space half-way between a private living-room and an artist’s studio, a family adopts a group pose in “The Carlist Painter and his Family” (1869) by Valeriano Domínguez Bécquer. In "Woman Painting by the Sea" (c. 1882) by Vicente Palmaroli, a woman paints energetically 'à plein air'. Both identities have yet to be determined.

English and Spanish subtitles available.

This video is part of "Arte incómodo", an “Uninvited Guests" video series. "Uninvited Guests. Episodes on Women, Ideology and the Visual Arts in Spain (1833-1931)" Exhibition (10/6/2020 - 3/14/2021).