Prado Museum - Visions of the Hispanic World. Treasures from the Hispanic Society museum and library

The Hispanic Society holds the most important collection of Hispanic art outside of our borders. With more than 18,000 works of art that spans from the Paleolithic Age to the 20th century, an extraordinary research library with more than 250,000 manuscripts and 35,000 rare books, which includes 250 incunables. There is no other institution in the world, even in Spain, that alone can offer such a complete vision of our history, art and culture.
The exhibition will be on view until October 9, 2017

Portrait of a Little Girl, Velazquez, Diego, Oil on canvas, 51.5 cm x 41 cm, ca. 1638-44. New York, The Hispanic Society of America
De Mestizo y de India produce Coyote, Rodriguez Juarez, Juan, Mexico, Oil on canvas, 103.8 cm x 146.4 cm Framed high 121.6 cm; width 176.3 cm; base 5.5 cm, ca. 1716-1720. New York, The Hispanic Society of America
The Duchess of Alba, Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de, Oil on canvas, 210.2 cm x 149.2 cm, 1796-1797. New York, The Hispanic Society of America
Girls of Burriana, Anglada-Camarasa, Hermenegildo. Oil on canvas, 166 cm x 208 cm Framed high 186 cm; width 227 cm; base 4.5 cm, 1910-1911. New York, The Hispanic Society of America
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