'The Battle of Tetouan' of Fortuny. From the Trench to the MuseumRead more
Marià Fortuny, The Spanish Wedding - audioguideRead more
A time for daydreaming. Andalusia in Fortuny's imagery
Almost 54.000 visitants have seen the exhibition Fortuny in Alhambra!
With the aim of highlighting the value of one of its most important collections, the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is jointly organising,...Read more
Marià Fortuny. The Spanish wedding, 1870
Marià Fortuny was the most important Spanish artists of his époque, after Goya, and enjoyed international recognition during his lifetime. Fortuny was especially famous for his meticulous styled paintings, the so-called “pintura de casaques”– done with prodigious technical skills,...Read more
Marià Fortuny. Il contino, 1861
This work is an early approach of Fortuny to the theme of genre and one of the works from his first Roman period in which he shows greater virtuosity. In front of the Baroque fountain of the gardens of Villa Borghese, there is a young man with an affected air and distant elegance, emphasised...Read more
Box palette of Marià Fortuny with a landscape in the interior baseRead more
'The Spanish Wedding', by Marià FortunyRead more
Bust of Fortuny, by Vincenzo GemitoRead more
Portrait of Marià FortunyRead more
'La batalla de Tetuan' de Fortuny. De la trinxera al museu
The Museu Nacional dArt de Catalunya has published a monograph conceived as a rigorous historical account of the circumstances that led to the paintings commission as well as of its gestation process, its historical and artistic importance, its eventful existence, its...