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Gothic wood-carvings, triptychs and illuminated books are fine examples of mediaeval Spanish art, while in the field of architecture, the Moorish palaces and mosques of Al-Andalus (Granada, Cordoba and Seville) are also highly representative of the country's cultural heritage. and Velázquez, and writers such as Cervantes, Quevedo and Góngora. 16th-century Spain welcomed the influence of the Italian Renaissance, as many Spanish artists visited the neighbouring country to acquire first-hand knowledge of the latest aesthetic and technical developments. The Spanish Renaissance was characterized by the prominence acquired by religious subject matter, since the Church was the main patron of the arts. Painting and literature, however, would flourish in the 17th century, which is regarded as the Golden Age of Spanish culture. Seville, Madrid and Valladolid were active artistic centres, attracting painters such as El Greco, Ribera

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Barcelona - art galleries
Spain is home to some of the greatest artists and its cities are some of Europe's top destinations for art enthusiasts. Spain's most celebrated Renaissance was the Cretian El Greco who moved to Toledo where most of his main works were produces and can be seen throughout Spain most notably in the churches of Toledo and in the Prado Museum in Madrid. The greatest Spanish painter in history was Diego Velazquez who is well represented in the Prado with works spanning his career including the masterpiece 'Las Meninas'. The Prado is also the place to go to see some of the principal works of Francisco Goya.

Madrid Museums - A ‘museo' in Spanish is not just a place to view historical relics but is also an art gallery. There are so many in Madrid that not even locals have visited every one and as a result, there is a rich variety of subjects to be seen. The museo's are either state owned or private and the latter tend have slightly better facilities, although you may have problems trying to find information in English. Also be aware that not all the sections of a museo will be open as there are constant renovations going on - and many are closed on Mondays.

The Museu Picasso as it's know is the most visited art gallery in Barcelona and caters to over 1,000,000 visitors per year. This gallery is home to one of the World's largest collection of Picasso's artwork.
Museu Picasso
This art gallery has a wide range of Miró's work dating back as far as 1914. This artwork collection not only includes his paintings but also a good selection of sculptures, tapestries and early sketches. A wonderful collection of Miró's work.
Fundació de Joan Miró
This museum of modern art is worth a visit not only for the artwork but also for fabulous view you'll get of Barcelona.
Museu National d' Art Catalunya (MNAC) - Montjuïc
The museu d'Art Comtemporani is the 11th most popular tourist attraction in Barcelona. It displays art mainly from the second half of the 20 th century and includes the works of many great painters
Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA)
The Prado is possibly the most famous Madrid art gallery. It houses an extensive collection of works from the 12th to the 19th centuries. If you want to see everything you may need to visit twice to take it all in! You will see some of the worlds most talked about paintings including works by Goya, Rubens and Murillo. There’s a whole room full of paintings from Goya’s ‘Dark Period’ that is guaranteed to send a tingle through your spine - I found it quite creepy!
Art Gallery Madrid – The Prado
This is an impressive gallery where you can see fairly recent works from the 20th and 21st centuries. There are a lot of Picasso pieces, including the famous Guernica. You will also find a section dedicated to some modern art sculptures, and there is even a room showing a film written by Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí. The Reina Sofia art gallery makes up one part of Madrid’s ‘Golden Triangle’ along with the Thyssen-Bornemisza gallery and the Prado. You can walk between all three in 10 minutes. I found the Reina Sofia to be bright and modern.
Art Gallery Madrid - Reina Sofia
This Madrid art gallery is one of the most popular. The main building itself is called Villahermosa Palace and it has been added to with newer galleries that house the Carmen collection of Dutch art. The paintings in this gallery are said to be the best private collection of 13th to 20th century art. You will see Durero, Titian, Goya, Degas, Renoir, Kandinsky or Rothko.
Art Gallery Madrid - Thyssen-Bornemisza

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