Interior of the Prado Museum, last October 2020.
The turquoise light that covers the scene with Cleopatra dead in her chambers is going to come out of the darkness.
It will be the first time that a sample of the extensive Philippine collection will be exhibited in the permanent tour of the Prado Museum, some thirty paintings that will leave the warehouses as part of an unprecedented rearrangement of collections.
The silence that covered the social and political painting of the nineteenth century, the art of the coloni ...
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