[poetry] Ramón Cabanillas (Cambados, Pontevedra) was considered the link between the Rexurdimento and twentieth century modernism in Galician literature.
‘This man who comes here with us–rise to your feet and greet him warmly, for the Apostle has performed a most marvelous miracle for him, saving him from the gibbet where he had been hanged.’
Carlos Maside (Pontecesures). 1950.
by Luz Pozo Garza (Ribadeo, Lugo).
by Alfonso D. Rodríguez Castelao (1886-1950). From Things.
Translated by David Clark.
Caricature of Alfonso Daniel Rodríguez Castelao by Álvaro Cebreiro (A Coruña).
by Rosalía de Castro.
From One Million Cows by Manuel Rivas, a book of eighteen short stories which won the Spanish Critics’ Prize in 1989. It is considered a foundational work with an important influence on the direction taken by modern Galician literature.
José Manuel Peña Romay (Lugo). Oil on panel.
by Eduardo Pondal (1835-1917)