Random Inspiration: Carlos de Haes

by Matthew Innis |

The methods that Carlos de Haes introduced through his art and teaching modernized landscape painting in 19th century Spain and changed how it was perceived among officials and the public alike, and it is fair to say that Sánchez Perrier would not have enjoyed such success had not de Haes come first. For many, de Haes is Spain’s foremost landscape painter …

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