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3/6/2023 9:30 AM

Key Women in the Creation of the Prado’s Collections. From Isabella of Bourbon to Maria Anna of Neuburg

3/6/2023 9:30 AM

Key Women in the Creation of the Prado’s Collections. From Isabella of Bourbon to Maria Anna of Neuburg

Two relevant features of the Prado Museum’s make it paradigmatic in our study of the role of women in the field of artistic patronage: we can explore, recover, and discuss and disseminate these women’s contributions to the creation of the Museum by addressing both idiosyncrasies. The first feature is that of the Museum’s creation and consolidation: Queen María Isabel of Br

1/2/2023 12:00 AM

Science, Museology and Connoisseurship: The Birth of the Scientific Study of Works of Art

1/2/2023 12:00 AM

Science, Museology and Connoisseurship: The Birth of the Scientific Study of Works of Art

This is an invitation to share thoughts on the disciplinary changes and methodological evolution that accompanied the controversial advent of technical art researchers at the beginning of the twentieth century. Their methods of study and techniques had a deep effect on the scientific status of art historians as well as on the accrual of knowledge by connoisseurs in areas as relevant as those of au

10/10/2022 12:00 AM

New Research on Guido Reni

10/10/2022 12:00 AM

New Research on Guido Reni

Despite their exponential growth in the last thirty years, temporary exhibitions are an important forum for scientific debate and academic dialogue. The presence of works of art from sometimes very distant latitudes at the exhibition venue makes it easier for these reflections to be enriched by direct observation. By the end of 2022, the case of Guido Reni (Bologna, 1575 - 1642) is a paradigmatic

3/7/2022 9:30 AM

Key women in the creation of the Prado’s collections. From Isabella I of Castile to Isabel Clara Eugenia

3/7/2022 9:30 AM

Key women in the creation of the Prado’s collections. From Isabella I of Castile to Isabel Clara Eugenia

The creation of the collections of the Museo del Prado is closely linked to the artistic patronage undertaken by some of the most prominent female figures of the Spanish monarchy, from Isabella I of Castile to Isabel II. Nonetheless, it is easy to pass through the Museum’s galleries without observing this fact and without appreciating that some of its masterpieces are the result of women&rsq

1/18/2019 9:00 AM

Story of the Seven Conquests

1/18/2019 9:00 AM

Story of the Seven Conquests

Given the broad chronological and geographical range of its collections, the Museo del Prado is home to many masterpieces. This tour will highlight those that signalled a change, a shift in how artists saw their creations and the world around them, and represented the conquest of reality, fantasy, space, the invisible, stardom, truth and light.

1/17/2019 9:00 AM

New mythologies

1/17/2019 9:00 AM

New mythologies

Mythology is part of our cultural heritage. Genuine icons created in Classical Antiquity have been a constant throughout the history of art and are still relevant today. We will revisit those ancient tales from a new perspective and see how gods, goddesses and other deities feature prominently in our modern-day world—and in the halls of the Museo del Prado.

1/16/2019 9:00 AM

[Hi]stories

1/16/2019 9:00 AM

[Hi]stories

Artists are gifted narrators, and how they tell stories depends on who the artwork was intended for, when it was created, where it was originally meant to be displayed, and whether the subject is fact or fiction. However, artists are not the only ones who make up different stories; the museum and its visitors have their own particular way of “telling tales”.

1/15/2019 9:00 AM

Body [Perceive]

1/15/2019 9:00 AM

Body [Perceive]

The collection is full of depictions of the human body. Artists have used the body to talk about beauty, feelings or the incredible diversity of the human race. We’ll empathise with our classmates and put ourselves in another’s shoes in order to understand what the artists were trying to say through their representations of the body.

1/14/2019 9:00 AM

Guess who?

1/14/2019 9:00 AM

Guess who?

What colour is her hair? Is her nose large or small? Does he have hairy ears? A thousand portraits, a thousand faces. Play with words and get to know the people in the artworks. A tour to help you imagine what the museum’s inhabitants are really like.

9/24/2018 9:00 AM

Lorenzo Lotto´s Portraits

9/24/2018 9:00 AM

Lorenzo Lotto´s Portraits

Lorenzo Lotto (Venice, 1480 – Loreto, 1557) was one of the most unique and fascinating artists of the Italian Cinquecento. The variety of typologies that Lotto employed; the overt or concealed symbolism within them; the psychological depth with which he imbued his models; and the importance he gave to objects in order to define their status, interests and aspirations all give these por

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