Sunday, March 30, 2014

Museum of Fine Arts Seville

The Museum of Fine Arts Seville is situated in the Plaza del Museo and features quite an impressive line up of Spainish Medieval art in the 15th Century. From Renaissance Art  to that of the Sevillian Baroque School best exemplified by Murillo, from the works of Zurbaran,  a dominant artistic figure in Sevillian painting in the second half of the 17th Century to works from the 19th and 20th century Sevillian artists. Love museums that allow photo taking. At least the paintings will stay in my memory when I have a pictures and blog about it.  

Baby Jesus by Corelio Schut 

A series of women portraits by Spanish artist Zurbaran 

Immaculate by Ignacio de Ries (1840)

St Hugh of Cluny in the Refectory of the Carthusians by Francisco Zurbaran 

Carro del Aire by Domingo Martinez (1748)

By Eduardo Cano (1867) 

Malvaloca by Jose Garcia Ramos (1912)

19th Century Sevillian Death of the Master by Jose Villegas Cordero  

Carlos IV and his wife by Goya
A family of sisters by Rafael Martinez Diaz (1973)

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