Until February 10, 2013 You have the opportunity to discover the Spanish landscape designer Martín Rico, Thanks to the temporal exposition that of the work of this artist is celebrated in the Prado Museum in Madrid.
The madrileño Martin Rico He achieved international fame during the second half of the nineteenth century, as a pioneer of the realistic landscape in Spain, and most of his works are displayed in museums and belong to private collectors of U.S.
In the Martín Rico's exhibition at the Prado Museum A total of 43 oils, nine watercolors, 40 notebooks and 9 drawings are presented chronologically. These works show his first landscapes of the Madrid mountains, as well as those made in Paris, Switzerland and Italy, and specifically, in Venice.
You can also see landscapes of Spanish cities such as Seville, Toledo and Granada.
Among the works presented in the exposition stand out Towers of the Ladies of the Alhambra in Granada, owned by the Prado Museum, the Sena in Poissy, from the Metropolitan Museum in New York, and Santa Maria della SaluteThis work summarizes his almost three decades in Venice.
The Martín Rico's exhibition is carried out in collaboration with the Dallas Meadows Museum, where it will be presented below, from March 10 to July 7, 2013.
The Visiting hours of the exhibition of landscape designer Martín Rico at the Prado Museum they are, from Monday to Saturday, from 10 to 20 hours, and on Sundays and holidays, from 10 to 19 hours.
The ticket prices, which allow you to see both the temporary exhibitions and the collection, are 12 euros, the general, and 6 euros the reduced. Here you can check if you have the right to Visit the Martín Rico exhibition for free at the Prado Museum.<>