Juan Brull y Vinyolas or Joan Brull Vinyoles 2 (Barcelona, 1863 -1912) was a Spanish painter from the late 19th century. He was a representative of the Catalan symbolism, together with other artists such as Adrià Gual, Josep Maria Tamburini or Alexandre de Riquer.
He studied at Escuela de la Lonja and also in Paris. He worked as an art critic in the magazine Joventut. He related to different intellectual groups from the time, such as Els Quatre Gats, or the Real Círculo artístico. He also became friends with Ramón Casas and Santiago Rusiñol. In 1896 he received the first medal in the Exposición Internacional de Barcelona, thanks to his work Ensomni.
In 2009, the Fundación Caixa Girona dedicated him a retrospective exhibition in their Fontana d’Or headquarters, where more than 40 works from this author could be admired.
- Joan Brull Vinyoles (1863-1912)
- Escena costumbrista