José Clará Ayats was a sculptor and studied in Olot (Girona), Toulouse, and finally went to Auguste Rodin in Paris. He belonged to the so-called Mediterraneanism. This style is characterized by figurative, compact and solid sculptures in the 20th Century. First with Isadora Duncan, and later with Antonia Merce, after Duncan had died, he had two very famous dancers as muses. Further study on journeys to London and Italy completed his style.
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