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Copy of the Mona Lisa
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Copy of the Mona Lisa

The Museo Nacional del Prado doesn’t have any works by Leonardo but it does have some some important examples by his earliest pupils, collaborators and followers, including the oldest copy of the Mona Lisa. Ana González Mozo, Senior Technician of Museums in the Prado’s Conservation Department, David García Cueto, Head of the Department of Italian and French Painting unti

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Saint or totem: the infinite gaze of Saint Dominic
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Saint or totem: the infinite gaze of Saint Dominic

Bartolomé Bermejo was already one of Spain’s finest painters when in 1474 he accepted the commission to produce the altarpiece of Saint Dominic of Silos for the town of Daroca in Aragon. An artist of remarkable technique and no less unique capacity for thematic invention, Bermejo’s genius lay in his ability to adapt the realist pictorial language developed in Flanders to the tas

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Arms and letters: a humanist knight
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Arms and letters: a humanist knight

There is no doubt that superheroes have captured (and colonised) the audiovisual world in the 21st century. Batman, Spiderman, Iron-Man and numerous other characters have been the stars of a huge number of films and series. However, the same was the case in much more traditional media in the Middle Ages with heroes who to some extent prefigure our present-day ones Presented by Joan Molina Figuera

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Ladies and knights in the sky in the Prado
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Ladies and knights in the sky in the Prado

One of the most monumental but least known works of art in the Museo del Prado is the Várez Fisa carved and painted ceiling, a veritable sky that presides over the gallery named after this leading Spanish collector. Here visitors have to look up and crane their necks slightly to appreciate that this is a spectacular wooden structure which is in fact a combination of various ceilings made ar

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The world seen from a monastery
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The world seen from a monastery

The Middle Ages was a period of long journeys: real journeys but also virtual ones. Many people went to Rome, Santiago de Compostela and Jerusalem, but far more only travelled to these places and other much more distant ones in their minds. In order to do so they had the invaluable help of places and images that transported them around the globe Presented by Joan Molina Figueras, Head of the Depa

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Commented Works: "The Spinners" by Velázquez
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Commented Works: "The Spinners" by Velázquez

Javier Portús (Chief Curator of Spanish Painting), comments the The Spinners by Velázquez, one of the great masterpieces of European art, which is presented with a new frame that hides the later 18th century additions to the canvas from view and allows the visitor to contemplate the composition as conceived by Velazquez.  Images recorded in 4k English and Spanish subtitle

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A new frame for "The Spinners"
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A new frame for "The Spinners"

One of the great masterpieces of European art, The Spinners by Velázquez, is presented with a new frame that hides the later 18th century additions to the canvas from view and allows the visitor to contemplate the composition as conceived by Velázquez.  Javier Portús (Chief Curator of Spanish Painting), Laura Alba, Inma Echeverría and Jaime García-M&aa

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Dialogue: "Diana and Callisto" by Titian and "Diana and Callisto" by Rubens
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Dialogue: "Diana and Callisto" by Titian and "Diana and Callisto" by Rubens

On the occasion of the exhibition Mythological Passions, Alejandro Vergara, Chief Curator of Flemish and Northern Schools Painting at the Museo del Prado, comments on Diana and Callisto by Titian and Diana and Callisto by Rubens. Diana and Callisto (1556-59) Titian (1485/90-1576) The National Gallery (London) and The National Galleries of Scotland (Edinburgh) Diana and Callisto

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Cruelty in "Diana and Actaeon", by Titian
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Cruelty in "Diana and Actaeon", by Titian

On the occasion of the exhibition Mythological Passions, Alejandro Vergara, Chief Curator of Flemish and Northern Schools Painting at the Museo del Prado, comments on Diana and Actaeon, by Titian. Diana and Actaeon (1556-59) Titian (1485/90-1576) The National Gallery (London) and The National Galleries of Scotland (Edinburgh) English and Spanish subtitles available.

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"Venus and Adonis" by Veronese with comments in Latin
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"Venus and Adonis" by Veronese with comments in Latin

Venus and Adonis (Ca. 1580), by Paolo Veronese (Paolo Cagliari), with comments in Latin by María Luisa Aguilar García, Latin teacher at IES El Puig (El Puig, Valencia) and president of the society Collegium Latinitatis. Latin, English and Spanish subtitles available.

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"Dance of Mythological Figures and Villagers" by Rubens with comments in Latin
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"Dance of Mythological Figures and Villagers" by Rubens with comments in Latin

Dance of Mythological Figures and Villagers (1630-1635), by Rubens, with comments in Latin by Xavier Mata Oroval, Latin teacher at IES Manuel Sanchis Guarner (Silla, Valencia) and member of the society Collegium Latinitatis. Latin, English and Spanish subtitles available.

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"The Rape of Ganymede" by Rubens, with comments in Latin
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"The Rape of Ganymede" by Rubens, with comments in Latin

The Rape of Ganymede (1636-1638) by Rubens commented in Latin by Esteban Bérchez Castaño, vice-president of Collegium Latinitatis.​ Latin, English and Spanish subtitles available.

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Marinus: Variations on a theme and their possible meanings
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Marinus: Variations on a theme and their possible meanings

This interactive help us to compare the two versions known as Money Changer and his Wife by Marinus van Reymerswale owned by the Prado. Although both are very similar, their different details make it possible to recognize individuals from different professions: a city treasurer (P2102, dated 1538) and a tax collector (P2567, dated 1539).

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Gothic Spanish Collection
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Gothic Spanish Collection

The Gothic Spanish Collection is a small but select group of works and an essential one for understanding the context of late medieval painting in the Iberian Peninsula and in particular the Castilian world; a group that offers us a kaleidoscopic and remarkably appealing and seductive image of this artistic period. Presented by Joan Molina Figueras, Head of the Department of Spanish Gothic Painti

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Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights (1490 - 1500). By Alejandro Vergara
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Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights (1490 - 1500). By Alejandro Vergara

The Garden of Earthly Delights, Bosch’s most complex and enigmatic creation, commented by Alejandro Vergara, Chief Curator of Flemish and Northern School Paintings at the Museo Nacional del Prado. Spanish and English subtitles available.

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Discovering the collection: "The Garden of the Fortuny Residence", by Fortuny and Madrazo
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Discovering the collection: "The Garden of the Fortuny Residence", by Fortuny and Madrazo

Discovering the collection is a new series of videos launched by the Museo del Prado during the COVID-19 lockdown. Experts from all the Museum’s departments will be highlighting works which, although not the most famous, are essential for understanding key aspects of the Permanent Collection: works of outstanding quality that have largely gone unnoticed until now. Javier Barón, 

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Discovering the collection: 'The Preaching of Saint John the Baptist'
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Discovering the collection: 'The Preaching of Saint John the Baptist'

“Discovering the collection” is a new series of videos launched by the Museo del Prado during the COVID-19 lockdown. Experts from all the Museum’s departments will be highlighting works which, although not the most famous, are essential for understanding key aspects of the Permanent Collection: works of outstanding quality that have largely gone unnoticed until now. The Preachin

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Discovering the Collection: Rare books from the Library. By Maria Luisa Cuenca
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Discovering the Collection: Rare books from the Library. By Maria Luisa Cuenca

“Discovering the collection” is a new series of videos launched by the Museo del Prado during the COVID-19 lockdown. Experts from all the Museum’s departments will be highlighting works which, although not the most famous, are essential for understanding key aspects of the Permanent Collection: works of outstanding quality that have largely gone unnoticed until now. The Museo de

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