Photo: Ignacio Zuloaga

Zuloaga: Soul of Spain

Ignacio Zuloaga (1870–1945) holds a special place in Spanish art. His works reflect the painful search for identity and the political and social breakthroughs of the beginning of the 20th century in Spain, while preserving and developing the traditions of the Spanish school of painting. 
The exhibition is organised in collaboration with the Ignacio Zuloaga Museum in Pedraza, which was founded by the artist’s granddaughter, Maria Rosa Suárez Zuloaga, and is located in the Pedraza Castle, where the artist and his family lived beginning at the end of the 1920s. The works of the exhibition have been loaned by the Reina Sofia Museum, Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, Zuloaga Museum in Segovia and numerous Spanish private collections.