Beatriz Anglada-Camarasa Huelin (Palma, 1933)
Born in Palma de Mallorca in 1933, Beatriz Anglada-Camarasa Huelin is a Mallorcan painter. The first three years of her life he lives in Mallorca, but on the occasion of the Spanish Civil War she moved with his family to Montserrat, in Catalonia, and then in France, where they will stay until 1948, when they return to Mallorca finally at the end of the Second World War, staying in the Port de Pollença, place where his father, Hermen Anglada-Camarasa, developed much of his pictorial work together with the Pollensina School group. The painting of Beatriz Anglada-Camarasa Huelin has a lot of influence from her father, presenting her works from pastel colors and great luminosity. She will exhibit in places like Mallorca or Barcelona, where her favorite gallery will be the Pinacoteca. After the death of her father, in 1960 she began to gather her father's work to expose it to the public, with the help of her mother and her husband. In 1967 he founded the Anglada-Camarasa museum in the Port of Pollensa, and in 2007 he will receive the Ramon Llull Prize for the work of disseminating his father's work, after the La Caixa Foundation acquired some of the works of Hermen Anglada-Camarasa for its permanent collection at the Gran Hotel de Palma.