An essential tour through the best works of Ribera, Velázquez, Murillo and Goya, the most important Spanish painters of the Prado Museum.
Learn about Spain’s Golden Century through an unforgettable artistic immersion in the richest period of Spanish paintings.
Ribera was a Spanish painter, but also Italian, because he lived most of his life in Naples, Parma, Genoa, Palermo and Rome. His work, greatly influenced the development of seventeenth-century Spanish art and helps to understand the Spanish Baroque school
Murillo, like his contemporaries Vermeer or Rembrandt was neither a traveler nor an Italy visitor. However, thanks to his countryman Diego Velázquez, Murillo did have access to the royal collections of painting at the Court of Madrid and so he met the creations of the great masters, from whose techniques he took various items to build his own style.
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