The exhibiton focuses on the painter Francisco Oller and his mostly European colleagues. The artist was born in Puerto Rico and had worked in Europe with Paul Cézanne, Camille Pissarro, and Claude Monet and other artists, who belonged to an avant-garde circle, called "Impressionists".
The painting in the exhibition are less flamboyant than I had expected from a Caribbean show. But some of the works are interesting anyway. I show here my favorites, as usual a very subjective selection. On top of this post you can see Francisco Oller`s "Still Life with Coconuts" (ca. 1893, oil on canvas).