Treasures from the Hispanic Society of America. Visions of the Hispanic World at Museo del Prado, Madrid

A selection from the most important collection of Hispanic art outside of Spain.

This exhibition shows more than two hundred works of art from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library in New York. This institution was founded in 1904 by Archer Milton Huntington to promote the art and culture of the Hispanic world in The United States.

Paintings, drawings, sculptures, objects ...are displayed in chronological order. Duchess of Alba by Goya and Conde-Duque de Olivares by Velázquez are some of the highlights of this exhibition.

Ends September, 10.