The great exhibition "Reencuentro" of the Museo Nacional del Prado is extended until July 25, to extend the possibility of enjoying this exceptional exhibition that brings together most of the most important works of its collection in the Central Gallery and some of the adjacent rooms.
A unique journey through the most emblematic works of the art gallery that brings together 250 paintings from the history of art: Goya, Rubens, Velázquez, Bosch, Titian, Raphael, Correggio, Tintoretto, Zurbarán, Ribera, La Tour, El Greco, Murillo, Sánchez Coello, Van Dyck, Veronese, Alonso Cano, Dürer and other great masters of painting.
An amazing concentration of works that will remain in the memory.
The exhibition follows a generally chronological order, from the 15th century to the early 20th century. The pieces are presented in a unique way, posing dialogues between authors and paintings separated by geography and time, and seeking associations that speak of influences, admirations and rivalries.
The visit begins with the work Charles V and the "Furor of Leone and Pompeo Leoni", and continues with "The Descent from the Cross" by Van der Weyden and "The Annunciation by Fra Angelico". Together for the first time, these authors welcome visitors in a journey rich in exceptional dialogues.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit this impressive collection, with a special approach that will change the way you see these magnificent works. Undoubtedly a unique and essential visit for veterans and art lovers alike. The "reencounter" of the museum with the public, of the public with art, and the 'reencounter' between the works of the museum.
An unforgettable and unrepeatable experience, because the works are not normally together, and no matter how many times you have visited the Prado Museum you have never seen it like this.
More information: Exhibition "Reencuentro" Museo del Prado.
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