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El Cid's Daughters, from Romance XLIV of the Tesoro de Romanceros
Oil on canvas. 1871
Puebla y Tolín, Dióscoro Teófilo
El Cid's Daughters, from Romance XLIV of the Tesoro de Romanceros
Oil on canvas. 1871
Puebla y Tolín, Dióscoro Teófilo

Abused and raped by their husbands the Counts of Carrión, the daughters of El Cid –Doña Elvira and Doña Sol– were abandoned, bound and semi-naked, in a forest. In the background, [+]

The Madness of Joanna of Castile
Oil on canvas. 1866
Vallés, Lorenzo
The Madness of Joanna of Castile
Oil on canvas. 1866
Vallés, Lorenzo

This extraordinary historical painting -as appealing as it is disquieting- is one of the first and best examples of the fascination that Joanna of Castile (1479-1555) held for nineteenthcentury Spanis [+]

Queen Joanna the Mad
Oil on canvas. 1877
Pradilla y Ortiz, Francisco
Queen Joanna the Mad
Oil on canvas. 1877
Pradilla y Ortiz, Francisco

Padilla painted this, his absolute masterpiece, at the age of twenty-nine, and it directly led to his international fame as an artist. It is the most superb visual presentation of a subject with which [+]

The Death of Seneca
Oil on canvas. 1871
Domínguez Sánchez, Manuel
The Death of Seneca
Oil on canvas. 1871
Domínguez Sánchez, Manuel

Emperor Nero accused his teacher, Seneca, of treason and ordered his execution. Scorning imperial power, the philosopher decided to take his own life. First he cut his veins and then he took poison. I [+]

The Burial of Saint Sebastian
Oil on canvas. 1877
Ferrant, Alejandro
The Burial of Saint Sebastian
Oil on canvas. 1877
Ferrant, Alejandro

Under the reign of Emperor Maximilian, Deacon Sebastian was tortured and finally dumped in Rome´s main sewer, the Cloaca Maxima. The Emperor hoped that he would never be found there by the Christians, [+]

Sagunto
Marble. 1886
Querol y Subirats, Agustín
Sagunto
Marble. 1886
Querol y Subirats, Agustín

A mother plunges into her own breast the dagger with which she has killed her son, to avoid their being taken by the Carthaginian soldiers, led by Hannibal, who were laying siege to Sagunto, a Spanish [+]

Saint Elizabeth of Hungary
Marble. 1862
Vallmitjana Barbany, Venancio (In Collaboration With Vallmitjana Barbany, Agapito)
Saint Elizabeth of Hungary
Marble. 1862
Vallmitjana Barbany, Venancio (In Collaboration With Vallmitjana Barbany, Agapito)

The daughter of King Andrew II of Hungary (1207-1231), Elizabeth devoted her life to caring for the needy, particularly children. Widowed at the age of twenty, she joined the Third (lay) Order of Sain [+]

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