Lola Anglada i Sarriera (Barcelona, 1893- Tiana (Maresme), 1984) was a catalan writer and illustrator.
She was born in 1893 in Barcelona, in a family with strong roots in the population of Tiana. She studied in La Llotja de Barcelona with Joan Llaverias and Antoni Utrillo. At the end of WWI she traveled to Paris thanks to a scholarship of the French Government, collaborating with several publishing companies of the French capital, where she correlated with Francesc Macià or Josep Clarà.
Compromised with the democratic values and the catalanist cause, she organized a request of amnesty for the accused of participating in the Plot of Garraf against the king Alfons XIII of Spain.
Recognitions : Appointed adoptive daughter of Tiana, this population has also put her name in the private school of primary of the village. There are also Educational Institutions Lola Anglada in Badalona, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Martorell, Esplugues de Llobregat, Vilafranca del Penedès and Lloret de Mar. Among the 1984 and 2003 the Prize Lola Anglada of brief stories for boys and girls, it was granted in artists by the Terrassa Box and the Town Council of Terrassa.
Montserrat Castillo, who has launched a book about the works of Lola Anglada titled "Lola Anglada o la creació del paradís propi" , conseder that Anglada was marking the literature of 20th century historically, socially and artistically too.