Castle of CardonaRead more
Sepulchre of Hug de Cardona (died 1330)Read more
Portrait of the Painter Joan Cardona Lladós in his workshopRead more
Coffered ceiling panel with the coats of arms of the Cardona family and of the Count of EmpúriesRead more
View of Cardona and the Bridge of la CorominaRead more
View of the second tomb of the "leading man", Ramon Folch VI of Cardona, in the church of the Monastery of PobletRead more
Street of CardonaRead more
Barcelona, 1878 – Moià, 1922
1910: The "revolution" begins
The expanding European colonization of Africa, Middle East and Southeast Asia brought the mania for Orientalism into the Western world. Romanticized Eastern exoticism attracted western artists who actively used the Orient themes and motifs in visual arts, architecture, music and performing arts from the beginning of the XIX century.
Orientalism sneaked into the world of fashion design in the 1910s with new fabrics, like silk and chiffon, vivid colours and much more lithe, fluid and soft silhouette. These years are characterized with the popularity of flowing pantaloons, turbans, kimonos, tunics and hobble skirts.