Spania Sitges6 Maricel Museum

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Published on June 15, 2019

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Slide1: SITGES Maricel Museum Slide2: In 1969, the Barcelona Provincial Corporation bought the building of Maricel de Mar to house the heterogeneous collection belonging to Doctor Jesús Pérez-Rosales (1896 - 1989), a well known gynecologist and enthusiastic collector. A year later the Museu Maricel was inaugurated. Since 1995 the Museu Maricel has also housed the "Vila de Sitges" Collection of art, which occupies several rooms on the second floor. In them can be seen some fifty works by Sitges artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and by others who had close links with the town during the same period. Slide3: The Maricel Complex hosts Maricel Museum in its waterfront; Can Rocamora, a museum that is part of the heritage of Sitges, became a link between Maricel Museum and Cau Ferrat Museum Slide4: From the Romanesque to the Renaissance (10th-16th centuries) Slide6: Master of All Ascension Slide7: Gothic crucifixion15th century Spanish school Slide11: Reliquary bust of a saint, second half of the 16th century Our Lady, Anonymous, Monastery of Sant Miquel del Fai (Vallès Oriental, Barcelona), c. 1330-1340, Catalonia, polychrome alabaster Slide14: Pere Serra. Panel of the Nativity, from an altarpiece from the church of Sant Pere de Cubells, c. 1400 Slide15: Master of All StPeter crucifixion Slide16: Master of All (atribuit) (possibly Ramon Gonsalbo, documented in La Seu d'Urgell, 1428-1475) Slide18: St Benedict 15th century Anonymous Slide20: Master of All Predela diocesi Urgell Slide21: Calvari - Tomás Giner (Aragon) 3rd quarter of the 15th century Slide22: Master of All (atributed) (possibly Ramon Gonsalbo, documented in La Seu d'Urgell, 1428-1475) Altarpiece of Sant Peter Quo Vadis Slide24: Master of Armisen (attributed) St. Catherine of Alexandria Master of Armisen (attributed) 1475-1499 Saint Agatha of Catalonia Slide26: Altarpiece of Our Lady Anonymous artist from Lleida, last quarter of the 14th century Slide28: Brazier Catalonia 17th century Slide29: Master of Los Balbases (Burgos) (attributed) 1490-1510 St. Francis Master of Los Balbases (Burgos) (Attributed) 1475-1524 St. Augustine, bishop Slide31: Anonymous from Castille Virgin Mary and St Joseph (Part of Nativity) 15th century Slide32: Master of Maluenda Virgin surrounded by angel musicians Ark Catalonia 15th century Slide33: Vocation of the Holy Apostles Peter and Andrew Abadia Workshop 1475-1499 Slide35: Anonymous from Castile Birth of St.John the Baptist c 1580 Slide38: Pedro Berruguete Angel musician, Hispanic Crown, c.1480-1500 Slide39: Master of Viella (possibly Bartolomeu Garcia) St Joseph (Fragment Nativity) Catalonia 15th century Slide40: Master of Son (documented second half of 15th century) Slide41: Master of Son (documented second half of 15th century) Altarpiece of St. Anne, St. Velery and St. Vincent. Birth of the Virgin Workshop Domingo Ram 1475-1499 Slide45: Anonymous from Castile Presentation of Jesus at the Temple second half 16th century. Carved oak Slide47: Sala Gòtica del Museu Maricel de Sitges The Museu Maricel de Mar was formerly a purpose built art museum opened by millionaire American Charles Deering to house his art collection. In 1921 Deering went back to the U.S.A and took his art collection with him. The palace was empty for many years. In 1969 a new private collection of medieval art took its place Slide48: In 1915, Miguel Utrillo commissioned to Josep M. Sert the murals for the hall The artist was inspired by the Great War raging in Europe at that time Josep Maria Sert Europe has a pain 1916 Slide49: Josep Maria Sert The war mobilization Allegory of the First World War Slide51: Josep Maria Sert The final victory of the War of 1914 Slide52: Josep Maria Sert Allegory of the First World War, series of murals at the Maricel Museum 1915-16 Slide53: Josep Reynes (1850-1926) El Greco, 1898 Slide55: Josep Llimona i Bruguera Grief 1907 Pere Jou i Francisco Sitges allegory 1954 Slide56: Pere Jou i Francisco Sitges allegory 1954 Slide57: Joaquim de Miró Harvesting, 1895 Miquel Utrillo Inside de Cau Ferrat, 1895 Slide58: Miquel Utrillo Portrait of Ramona Morlius, 1885 Arcadi Mas i Fondevila Girl in the field (back) 1900 Slide59: Egon Schiele (1890 -1918) Sleeping girl Slide60: Francis Picabia (1870-1953) Spanish woman Julio Gonzales (1876-1942) Untitled Isidre Nonell (1872-1911) Seated woman 1906 Slide61: Marià Fortuny (1838 – 1874) Self portrait 1864 Maruja Mallo (1902-1995) Scene, 1928 Slide62: Juan Gris (1887-1927) The guitarist Edward Burne-Jones (1833 -1898) Portrait of a Young Woman, possibly Maria Zambaco Slide63: Rafael Barradas (1890-1929) Zíngaras 1917 Joaquim Torres-García (Montevideo, 1874-1949) New York girl 1920 Slide64: Ángel Ferrant (Madrid, (1890-1961) Untitled Edgar Degas (1834-1917) Two Ballerinas c. 1890 Slide65: Most spectacular is the downstairs atrium of neoclassical sculptures, framed by arches that overlook the sea Slide67: Anonymous Allegory of the Mediterranean, c.1915 Slide68: Anonymous Allegory of the Mediterranean, c.1915 Slide70: Joan Rebull i Torroja (1899-1981) The Aurora, c.1960 Slide71: Joan Rebull i Torroja (1899-1981) Break, c.1965-68 Slide72: Bridge linking the Palacio de Tierra (Palau Maricel) and Maricel de Mar (Maricel Museum) Palau Maricel de Tierra - Capital Slide73: The Palau currently has a triple function: firstly, as a place that holds very important institutional and cultural events, such as concerts, lectures or presentations. Secondly, some of the areas host events of organizations and companies that rent its use, as well as civil marriages. And finally, rooms, terrace and cloisters are accessible by Guided Tours that Museums of Sitges organize every Sunday Slide74: The Gold Room, the Blue Room, the Chapel Room, the Ship's Room, Terraces or the Cloister, enjoying a splendid view over the Mediterranean, are the main areas that make up the Palace. With a markedly "Noucentista" style, the different rooms are distinguished by a unique decor stressing its character Slide75:  The chapel room Slide76:  the emblem of Maricel Slide77: During summer months, the program of visits extends to include castanet concerts and dinners under a full moon on their magnificent terraces. Maternity, Joan Borrell i Nicolau, 1918 Slide78:  Terrace  Terrace  Cloister Slide79: The cloister is formed by a gallery facing the Miquel Utrillo bastion and a medieval-style cloister, which may even be a patio in the style of a Roman villa, with a single-sloped roof Slide80: Palacio de Tierra (Palau Maricel) Gallery facing the Miquel Utrillo bastion Slide81:  Terrace Slide83: Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foi ş oreanu Gabriela Balaban Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation : Sanda Foi ş oreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2019 Sound : Eduard Toldrà - II. «Nocturno» de Vistes al mar (1920)

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