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Civic Plaza. With this aim in mind, 92 works have been selected from the most important in the collection, displayed life-size, for which reason some of them are represented by large and impressive details. The exhibition aims to open a door for all residents and visitors, not just onto learning about and discovering the great artistic treasures housed in the Prado but through them the history of Spain, Europe and Western art in general, given that the Museo del Prado and its collections present a wide-ranging panorama of European painting from the early 12 th century to the start of the 20 th century.
Hazte Amigo. This part of the collection derives from the Spanish royal collection, initiated by Charles V and Philip II, although their predecessors, particularly Queen Isabel the Catholic, were also interested in acquiring works of art. With notable examples from the medieval period that illustrate the different trends within the Gothic style, the collection also includes important works that reveal the emergence and dissemination of the Renaissance style in Spain, including paintings by Berruguete, Machuca and Correa de Vivar. A particularly notable presence is El Greco, with more than 30 paintings in the collection.
The great figure in the transition from the 18 th to the 19 th centuries is Francisco de Goya, represented in the Prado by more than paintings as well as extensive holdings of prints and drawings, which together provide an idea of the originality and genius of this unique artist. Most of the Italian paintings came from the royal collection and were either purchased outside Spain, commissioned directly by Spanish monarchs from artists in Italy, or painted at the Spanish court by Italian artists.
That core group has subsequently increased through further purchases and donations. The 14 th and 15 th centuries the Trecento and Quattrocento are the least extensively represented in the Museum, as the Castilian and Aragonese monarchs and the Catholic Kings were more interested in Flemish painting with its markedly devotional emphasis, while also maintaining important political and commercial ties with that region.
Among artists working in the 16 th century Cinquecento the Prado has notable examples by Raphael, Andrea del Sarto, Correggio and Parmigianino. The best represented school, however, is undoubtedly the Venetian, with paintings by artists such as Tintoretto, Veronese, and above all Titian, who executed a large of works for Charles V and his son Philip II.
The presence of Titian in the royal collections influenced the entire subsequent course of Spanish painting. Italian Baroque painting includes important examples of the three preeminent trends of that time: the tenebrist naturalism of the early 17 th century, with Caravaggio and his followers; the classicism of the Bolognese school, with works by Annibale Carracci and Guido Reni among others; and the decorative late Baroque represented by Luca Giordano and Giambattista Tiepolo, who specialized in mural painting and spent part of their careers in Spain.
At this point the Low Countries were annexed to the Spanish crown and the Spanish monarchs revealed enormous interest in the painting being produced in this region, acquiring works by the principal 15 th -century artists such as Rogier van der Weyden, Robert Campin and Hans Memling. Thanks to the particular interest of Philip II, who acquired a large of works by Jheronimus Bosch, the Prado has the most important collection of paintings by that artist in the world.
The latter region was home to Peter Paul Rubens, the greatest Flemish artist active in the first half of the 17 th century, who visited Spain on two occasions and produced numerous works for the Spanish court. The Prado houses around 90 paintings by Rubens, as well as works by his followers Van Dyck and Jordaens. With more than works, French painting is the fourth best represented national school in the Prado. During the reign of Philip IV the leading representatives of French 17 th -century classicism, Nicolas Poussin and Claude Lorrain, were directly commissioned to decorate the Buen Retiro palace in Madrid, sending their works to Spain although never actually present there themselves.
In the early 18 th century the installation of the Bourbon dynasty in Spain saw the arrival of French painters and of works sent from the French court, accompanied by a greater interest in that school in general. The German school is not extensively represented in the Prado despite the close links between Spain and the Empire during the Habsburg period. In the 18 th century the Bohemian artist Anton Raphael Mengs was summoned to Spain by Charles III where he became the preeminent figure in the Spanish art world, exercising a notable influence on his contemporaries.
Dutch painting of the 17 th century is represented in the Prado by just over works. Most of those in the Prado came from the royal collection and were acquired in the 18 th century. For historical reasons, British painting is the least well represented school in the Museum. Political clashes between Spain and England and the lack of matrimonial alliances between the nobility of the two countries explains this scant presence. Nonetheless, the Prado has some fine examples of late 18 th- and early 19 th -century portraiture, as well as works by prominent Victorian painters such as Lawrence Alma Tadema.
Anonymous Fresco painting on mural transferred to canvas, x cm. Serra, Jaume Tempera on panel, Berruguete, Pedro Oil on panel, x 92 cm. Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. Flandes, Juan de Oil on panel, x cm.
Machuca, Pedro Oil on panel, x cm. Correa de Vivar, Juan Oil on panel, x cm.
Juanes, Juan de Oil on panel, x cm. Hacia Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. Morales, Luis de Oil on panel, 38 x 28 cm. El Greco Oil on canvas, x cm. Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de Oil on canvas, x cm.
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de Oil on canvas, 98 x cm. Before Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de Mixed method on mural transferred to canvas, ,5 x 81,4 cm. Madrazo y Kuntz, Federico de Oil on canvas, x 89 cm. Rosales Gallinas, Eduardo Oil on canvas, x cm. Beruete y Moret, Aureliano de Oil on canvas, 62 x cm. Angelico, Fra Tempera on panelx cm.
Angelico, Fra Tempera on panel, 87 x 59 cm. Mantegna, Andrea Mixed method on panel54,5 x 42 cm. Messina, Antonello de Mixed method on panel74 x 51 cm. Botticelli, Sandro Mixed method on panel84 x cm. Rafael Oil on panel,4 x cm. Piombo, Sebastiano del Oil on canvas, x cm. Correggio Oil on panel transferred to canvasx cm. Tiziano, Vecellio di Gregorio Oil on canvas, x cm. Tintoretto, Jacopo Robusti Oil on canvas, x cm. Michelangelo Merisi Oil on canvas, ,4 x 91,3 cm. Gentileschi, Orazio Lomi de Oil on canvas, x cm.
Tiepolo, Giambattista Oil on canvas, x cm. Campin, Robert Oil on oak panelx 47 cm. Campin, Robert Oil on oak panel, x 47 cm. Weyden, Rogier van der Oil on panel, ,5 x ,5 cm. Patinir, Joachim Oil on oak panel, x cm. Bruegel el Viejo, Pieter Oil on panel, x cm. Rubens, Pedro Pablo Oil on canvas, ,5 x ,5 cm. Rubens, Pedro Pablo Oil on panel, ,5 x cm. Dyck, Antonio van Oil on canvas, x cm.
Jordaens, Jacob Oil on canvas, ,3 x ,5 cm. Teniers, David Oil on copperplate,8 x ,4 cm. Colart de Laon? Tempera grassa on oak panel, 47 x La Tour, Georges de Oil on canvas, 86 x 62,5 cm. Mengs, Anton Rafael Oil on canvas, ,1 x cm. Rembrandt Harmensz. Now you can add in works from the Collection browser. Exhibitions Video Interactives Audio News.
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