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3/9/2023 9:30 AM

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

3/9/2023 9:30 AM

COPIA DE - COPIA DE - 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

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

10/28/2021 7:00 PM

Mary Beard

10/28/2021 7:00 PM

Mary Beard

Portraits of Power: Roman Emperors in Modern Spain - and elsewhere "This lecture looks at paintings and sculptures of ancient Roman emperors made over the last 500 years. Although they are often treated as rather dull images, as if they were mere badges of status for kings and aristocrats, I shall be arguing that some are far more interesting than that; they question and undermine political

10/14/2021 12:00 AM

Cultural Coordinates in Present-Day Museology: Five Neologisms

10/14/2021 12:00 AM

Cultural Coordinates in Present-Day Museology: Five Neologisms

Aims and objectives of the Conference At its meeting 139a (Paris, 2019), the Executive Committee of the ICOM proposed that museums should be defined as “democratised, inclusive and polyphonic spaces”. The Committee also considered that in the light of today’s conflicts and challenges, museums should “care for artefacts and specimens for society, safeguard multiple memories

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