Exposición: Fortuny (1838-1874)

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Javier Barón, jefe de Conservación de pintura del siglo XIX y comisario de la exposición, comenta "Fortuny (1838-1874)".

El Museo Nacional del Prado presenta una exposición acerca de Mariano Fortuny y Marsal (1838-74) a la que dedica sus dos salas más importantes en la ampliación del Museo. Es la primera vez que el Prado aborda una exposición antológica de este destacado artista, buena parte de cuyas obras maestras conserva gracias a los generosos legados de Ramón de Errazu y de Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, hijo del pintor, y a compras realizadas por el propio Museo.

Como en otras exposiciones monográficas que ha realizado el Prado, se presenta una revisión de la mejor aportación del pintor. Mariano Fortuny fue un verdadero renovador en todas las parcelas del arte que cultivó. En la pintura al óleo, su técnica precisa, colorista y brillante le permitió una nueva aproximación al natural, especialmente en la captación de la luz. En ello influyó su dominio de la acuarela, que le consagró como el gran impulsor de esta técnica en su tiempo.

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Javier Barón, Chief Curator of the Department of the 19th Century Painting at the Museo Nacional del Prado and curator of the exhibition, comments "Fortuny (1838-1874)".

The Museo Nacional del Prado is presenting an exhibition on Mariano Fortuny y Marsal (1838-1874), to be displayed in the two principal galleries of the Museum’s extension. This is the first retrospective on this leading Spanish artist to be presented at the Prado, which houses most of Fortuny’s masterpieces due to the generous bequests of Ramón de Errazu and of Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, the painter’s son, as well as acquisitions purchased by the Museum.

As with the previous monographic exhibitions held at the Prado, Mariano Fortuny (1838-1874) will offer a reassessment of the artist's finest works. Mariano Fortuny was the Spanish artist who achieved most international renown in the last third of the 19th century. Fortuny was a true innovator in all the fields of art in which he worked.

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