"Joaquín Sorolla and the Glory of Spanish Dress"

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 (Photograph:  Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Joaqun Sorolla; Characters from Lagartera or Lagartera Bride; 1912

 (Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Joaqun Sorolla; Couple from Salamanca; 1912

 (Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Joaqun Sorolla; Flamenco Dancer; 1914

 (Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Joaqun Sorolla; Study for Before the Bullfight; ca. 1900

 (Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Museo Sorolla; Madrid

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Joaqun Sorolla; Harvest; Jerez; 1914

 (Photograph:  Craig McDean / Courtesy of Art + Commerce)
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Photograph: Craig McDean / Courtesy of Art + Commerce

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Mantn de Manila (shawl); 19th century; Collection of Naty Abascal

 (Photograph:  Craig McDean / Courtesy of Art + Commerce)
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Photograph: Craig McDean / Courtesy of Art + Commerce

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Traje de luces (bullfighter's suit) by Fermn; 1950s-1960s; Worn by Antonio Ordez; Capote de paseo (bullfighter's ceremonial cape); 1940s; Worn by Carlos Arruza; Collection of Bohrquez Domecq; S.L.

 (Photograph:  Craig McDean / Courtesy of Art + Commerce)
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Photograph: Craig McDean / Courtesy of Art + Commerce

Joaqun Sorolla and the Glory ofSpanish Dress, Queen Sofa Spanish Institute

Traje corto (riding ensemble); c. 1961; Collection of the Duchess of Alba

This exhibit examines the paintings of turn-of-the-20th-century artist Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida alongside the Spanish clothes he represented. The show, envisioned by designer Oscar de la Renta and curated by Vogue’s André Leon Talley, features more than ten art works and 30-plus garments, in addition to clothes from contemporary designers that illustrate the influence of Spanish styles.

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