Author

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Santiago Rusiñol

Spanish author (1861-1931)

1861   -   1931

movement: modernism
country of citizenship: Spain
language of expression: Catalan, Spanish
occupation: poet, painter, writer, art critic, journalist, novelist

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Santiago Rusiñol i Prats (Catalan: [səntiˈaɣu ruziˈɲɔl], Spanish: [santiˈaɣo rusiˈɲol]; Barcelona 25 February 1861 – Aranjuez 13 June 1931) was a Spanish painter, poet, journalist, collector and playwright. He was one of the leaders of the Catalan modernisme movement. He created more than a thousand paintings and wrote over a hundred titles in Catalan and Spanish, plus an extensive number of articles. All of which places him as a decisive reference in art, literature, and aesthetic ideals of the turn of the twentieth century. https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/museu-cau-ferrat?hl=en He influenced Pablo Picasso as a modern artist.[1]
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Works

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L'auca del senyor Esteve

novel by Santiago Rusiñol

author: Santiago Rusiñol

El pati blau

short story by Santiago Rusiñol

author: Santiago Rusiñol

El místico

play written by Santiago Rusiñol

author: Santiago Rusiñol

La "niña gorda"

book by Santiago Rusiñol

author: Santiago Rusiñol

A ca l’antiquari

sainet de Santiago Rusiñol

author: Santiago Rusiñol

El jardí abandonat

obra de teatre de Santiago Rusiñol publicada el 1900, amb aplicacions musicals de Joan Gay.

author: Santiago Rusiñol

1900

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