I do not understand anything about art, I just like it or not. When I went to the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid I was surrounded by paintings that I instantly loved. Too bad I could not use flash...
Woman and dog beneath the moon - 1983 - Joan Miró
Hirondelle - Joan Miró
Snail, woman, flower, star - 1934 - Joan Miró
Of Miró I just love the colour, the simple trace and crazy figures. His paintings just make me smile.
Mother with dead child II (postscript of "Guernica") - 1973 - Pablo Picasso
It was not possible to take photographs of the great Guernica, but there was a room with all the "pieces" that later became part of that masterpiece. This was the one I liked the most due to the emotion it transmits.
Photograph (I forgot to take notes)
Their happy expression on what seems a rather simple life is very inspiring.
Guanche Cave - 1935 - Óscar Domínguez
This just remembered me of my brain sometimes ;)
Face of the great masturbator - 1929 - Salvador Dalí
I found this painting really capturing. It was big and colourful and very Dali-like. It was only until I read its name that I realised what it really was. Quite sexual but I like it nonetheless.
Pierrot playing the guitar - 1925 - Salvador Dalí
This just felt so artistic...the long lines, the hat, the card...
A world - 1929 - Ángeles Santos Torroella
One of my favourite paintings so far...I just stood there for ages, inspecting every detail and part of that world. Every corner has a different aspect to it. I also love the proportions and body lines of the people.