Spanish 4 Students Recreate Famous Spanish Works of Art
Erin Herbert

Students in Dr. Carmen Chavez's Spanish 4 Dual Enrollment course put their creativity to the test while recreating famous works of art from Spain. Once the students finished their own interpretations of various masterpieces, they had to present their work to their peers in Spanish.

Some of the works presented included:

Sofia Cabanillas recreated Juan Gris' “La fenêtre ouverte (Open Window)” from the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, España.


Kelly Van Sciver recreated “La Reina Mariana de Austria," a portrait of the widow of Felipe IV, which is featured in El Museo del Prado in Madrid, España.


Daniel Bolanos recreated Joan Miró’s “Personagge.” This piece is featured in Fundación Banco Santander en Madrid, España.


Fabiana Isasi recreated Francisco de Goya y Lucientes "La tirana (famous actress Maria de RosarioFernandez)" from Museo de la Real Academia de San Fernando in Madrid, España.


Senior Sara Nuñez recreated “Retrato de una mujer sentada” from El Museo del Prado en Madrid, España.