Southampton and London dialogue in a significant exhibition thanks to the support of the National Gallery

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Picture ‘Estuary of the Nalón, Asturias’ painted by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida in 1883, it is the Spanish gift for the eyes of the visitors of the exhibition ‘Creating a National Collection: The partnership between Southampton City Art Gallery and The National Gallery’ (‘Creating a national collection: the association between Southampton City Art Gallery and National Gallery ‘, which opens to the public this Friday at the famous seaside town from southern England, from where, among other curiosities, the Titanic departed in 1912.

It supposes a double joy: on the one hand, that of receiving people again in a
rooms that have been closed

for months because of the pandemic of

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