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Josep Clarà



Olot, Girona, 1878 - Barcelona, 1958

Originally from Olot, Josep Clarà moved after his training to live in Paris. There, his reference was Auguste Rodin and his sculptural work drew on symbolism to express human emotions through volume. Later on, influenced by Maillol, he developed his work to classic and Mediterranean styles linked to Noucentism. The Greco-Latin references, formal synthesis and purifying volumes led to an idealization of bodies and faces during the 1930s, the decade when he returned to Catalonia. Back in his homeland, Clarà undertook projects for public spaces and his career culminated with some monumental works based on the search for beauty. 




Artist's expositions




Artist's publications

2020

Josep Clarà i l'univers de l'escultura
Josep Clarà



Artist videos

Josep Clarà, L´univers de l´escultura


Exhibition: Josep Clarà - The universe of sculpture




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