The Picasso Museum in Barcelona, in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery in London, presents the exhibition Picasso. Retratos (Picasso. Portraits), a showing that shows the importance of the portrait in the trajectory of the artist.
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Last days to enjoy ‘Picasso’s passion for El Greco’ at Museu Picasso. Thanks to an exchange of works, the Museu Picasso will be showing a masterpiece by El Greco from the collection of the Museo Nacional del Prado, the Portrait of an Old Gentleman, together with over thirty works from our collections which were inspired […]
The “Picasso and Reventós” new exhibition at Picasso Museum. It celebrates the friendship between Pablo Picasso and this Barcelonian family over almost a century. Pablo Picasso was introduced to the brothers Ramon and Jacint Reventós Bordoy in 1899. The artist’s close relationship with both brothers, with periods of greater or lesser contact, continued to the […]
CaixaForum is holding Spain’s first exhibition on Japanism, an internationally renowned artistic movement and one of the richest and most multifaceted expressions of the 19th century. The exhibition’s 300 items, many of which have never been seen by the public before, throw light on how the European fascination for Japanese art and culture came to […]
Some twenty texts by the bullfighter José Delgado (alias Pedro Illo) and 26 aquatints by Pablo Picasso that illustrate the text. This is the work Bullfighting, brought together by the Fundació Suñol and on display until September. The artist, fascinated by the world of bullfighting from a young age, produced these highly expressive works of […]
Paintings, drawings, engravings, photographs, documents and personal objects. In all, there are 100 items in “Courbet, between Nature and Culture”, the first major exhibition in Spain dedicated to the father of realism: Gustave Courbet. Jean Désiré Gustave Courbet (1819 – 1877) was a French painter who led the Realist movement in 19th-century French painting. Courbet […]
Imagine a city where you can see one of the most impressive Romanesque art collections and historical paintings that describe the Mediterranean countries during Middle Ages, and then, just walking ten minutes you are on a modern building featuring an exceptionally comprehensive collection of works by Joan Miró. But don’t stop there. Continue dreaming about a gothic palace where nobles […]