Romanticism in the Carmen Thyssen Collection
The key elements of an intense and remarkable dialogue in the 19th century, music and painting evolved in parallel during this turbulent century, offering new settings and contexts that reflect a fascinating and captivating period and movement: Romanticism.
Romanticism’s particular focus on the past and its unique approach and sensibility to nature is particularly evident in music, reflecting a changing society and urban landscape that arose from the new industrial and technological processes.
This, then, is our starting point for an analysis of Romanticism as seen in the works in the Carmen Thyssen Collection.
- First floor
- Barrón and Carrillo. View of Malaga-Seville
- Fritz Bamberger. View of the Rock of Gibraltar
- Sorolla. Selling Melons
- Second floor
- Eugenio Lucas. Coming out of the Theatre
- Carlos de Haes. Cattle drinking at the River. View of the Monastery of Fuente Piedra
- Emilio Sánchez Perrier. Winter Landscape
- Third floor
- Darió de Regoyos. Nocturnal View of La Concha
- Martínez Cubell. The Puerta del Sol
- Julio Romero de Torres. Fortune-telling