Prado Museum Honors the Committee that Safeguarded Spanish Treasures

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Fra Juan Sánchez Cotán (1561–1627) -  "Stillleben mit Wildvögeln, Gemüse und Früchten", 1602 - Oil on canvas Collection of Museo del Prado, Madrid

MADRID.- In a difficult and risky mission, a
committee formed by the persons responsible of the European and American museums
worked together to save Spanish Works of art during that country’s Civil
War.
Works of art from the Prado Museum, the Academy of Fine Arts in
San Fernando, the Escorial, the Royal Palace, National Library and those owned
by the Church as well as those from prívate collections, started a journey that
took them through different Spanish cities and ended up in Geneva, where they
were protected until the end of the war.

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