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Goya: Lights and Shadows brings a large selection of works to...

BARCELONA.- Nearly two hundred years after his death, Francisco de Goya continues to exercise a universal attraction that very few others in the history of art have equalled. Not only is Goya enveloped in the greatness of his art and his genius, he is ...

Spanish Police Recover Stolen Masterpieces

MADRID (AP).- Spanish investigators have recovered stolen masterpieces by two of the country's most revered artists: Goya and El Greco, a police statement said Friday. The oil on canvas works, Goya's 18th-century "The Apparition of the Virgin of Pilar...

Exhibition of New Work by Spanish Artist Angela de la Cruz...

LONDON.- Lisson Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by Angela de la Cruz. Fiercely emotive, de la Cruz’s work examines the language of painting and sculpture, challenging the established norms and testing the boundaries of both mediums. Say...

Exhibition of New Work by Spanish Artist Angela de la Cruz...

LONDON.- Lisson Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by Angela de la Cruz. Fiercely emotive, de la Cruz’s work examines the language of painting and sculpture, challenging the established norms and testing the boundaries of both mediums. Say...

Major Exhibition of Spanish Art at the Dawn of the 20th...

LAUSANNE.- The Fondation de l’Hermitage in Lausanne is organizing a major exhibition devoted to Spanish art at the dawn of the 20th century. Focusing on painters of “The Generation of 1898” who emerged from the severe upheavals endured b...

Zaragoza Exhibits the Work of French Painter Georges Rouault for the...

ZARAGOZA.- Rouault's paintings are full of papers on their backs. References to all the places these paintings have traveled to, from Milan to New York without leaving out places like Tokyo or Paris (where his foundation is housed). "It is perhaps the ...

Loans from all Over Europe Form a Comprehensive Picture of Napoleon...

BONN.- During the nearly sixteen years of his reign, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769–1821), more than any other historical figure, redrew the very foundations of European history and wrought changes that can be felt to this day – both positively and...

Visionary Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Peter Cort...

HOUSTON, TX.- Peter Marzio, visionary Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, dedicated his career to making the art of world cultures accessible to all. He often recounted how art had changed his life. As a freshman on an athletic scholarship at...

Social Realist Artist Jack Levine Dies on Monday at New York...

NEW YORK (AP).- The social realist artist Jack Levine, who skewered the rich and powerful in paintings that echoed Old Masters like Goya and El Greco stylistically, has died. He was 95. Levine's son-in-law, Leonard Fisher, said the artist died Monday ...

First NYC Museum Exhibition on the Tradition of Spanish Draftsmanship Opens...

NEW YORK, NY.- Spanish drawings have been collected in New York and the surrounding area for more than a century. In fact, the exceptionally rich collections in The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Hispanic Society of America make New York second onl...

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