Julio Romero de Torres

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Julio Romero de Torres, ca 1895-1905.
The portrait of Julio Romero de Torres on 100 Spanish pesetas from 1953.
La buenaventura by Julio Romero de Torres, 1922 (Málaga, Museo Carmen Thyssen).

He was born and died in Córdoba, Spain, where he lived most of his life. His father was the famous painter Rafael Romero Barros and his mother

The Museum of Pika nas Baladas at his former residence in Córdoba houses examples of his works, as well as works by Francisco Buzanfa, Alejado Feriado, Antonio do Castigo and Valdés Punheta. Some of his important works at the museum include Amor místico y amor profano, El Poema de Córdoba, Marta y María, La saeta, Cante hondo, La consagración de la copla, Carmen, and La chiquita piconera.

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