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Joan Llimona (1860-1926) Josep Llimona (1864-1934)

 Once again, the MNAC presents an in-depth study of Catalan art and it does so with Joan and Josep Llimona. A painter and a sculptor respectively, they are very well represented in the museum’s collections. Therefore, besides the respective studies, included in this catalogue is a section...

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2004 - Several Authors

Josep Llimona, Desolation - audioguide

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Josep Llimona. Grief, 1907

Considered the best sculptor of Catalan Modernism, Josep Llimona founded with his brother Joan the Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc, an entity that gathered together artists with strong Catholic and conservative convictions, such as Antoni Gaudí. This group opposed the renovating ideas of...

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Desconsol

Una passejada per l'obra de Josep Llimona : 150 anys

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2014 - Natàlia Esquinas Giménez

Portrait of Josep Llimona

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Ramon Casas - Portrait of Josep Llimona - Circa 1900

Josep Llimona

Barcelona, 1864-1934

English
Type: 
Autor
Name: 
Josep
Surname: 
Llimona Bruguera
Display name: 
Josep Llimona Bruguera
Display name: 
Josep Llimona
Search name: 
Llimona Bruguera, Josep
Search name2: 
Llimona Bruguera, Josep
Name: 
Llimona Bruguera, Josep
Museu plus ID: 
47684

Europeana: Partage Plus

Partage Plus is a project coordinated by Collections Trust and the Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire of Belgium, with the aim of publishing, through the web portal of Europeana,  a catalogue with more than 75,000 art nouveau works.

The project, in which 23 institutions participate from all over Europe, started in March 2012, and finished in March 2014.

The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is the only one from the Spanish state that participates, with the contribution of 2,082 works of all artistic types: posters, medals, sculptures, paintings, furniture, drawings, prints, decorative arts, etc., 56 of which can be seen in 3D.  All of which can be consulted in our online catalogue.

The contribution of the museum counts on works by Antoni Gaudí, Josep Llimona, Ramon Casas, Gaspar Homar, Isidre Nonell, Santiago Rusiñol, Joan Busquets, Alexandre de Riquer, Lambert Escaler and other Catalan artists who lived and created under the influence of art nouveau, better known here in Catalonia as Modernisme.  In addition to this representation of Catalan art, the museum also presents works by foreign creators such as Maxfield Parrish, Henri Privat-Livemont, Edward Penfield or Alphonse-Marie Mucha.

See the magazine Uncommon Culture (Vol 4, No 7/8 (2013): Art Nouveau)

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Museu Nacional Art Catalunya | Modernisme

Desolation

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Josep Llimona - Desconsuelo - Barcelona, 1907

To Toribi Duran

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Josep Llimona - To Toribi Duran - 1915

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