The vibrant and modern scenes of the nightlife, bohemia and leisure of the Parisian “fin de siècle”, dominated by female figures, were left behind when he settled in Mallorca in 1914, where he would develop the landscape genre. During the Civil War, he took refuge at the abbey of Montserrat, creating paintings of the mountainous landscape. And when he went into exile in France in 1939, he recalled his memories and continued to reproduce these landscapes from notes.

Year 1937 - 1939

Oil on canvas

51,5x45 cm

Hermen Anglada Camarasa, 1871 - 1959