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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 around 1400.

Presented by Joan Molina Figueras, Head of the Department of Spanish Gothic Painting.

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