Thursday, February 7, 2013

Portrait of Spain: Masterpieces from the Prado

The Museum of Fine Arts Houston is the exclusive U.S. venue for this blockbuster exhibit of approximately one-hundred works from the Prado Museum in Madrid which is one of the top museums in the world. The masterpieces on display depict the story of Spanish painting from the 16th through the 19th centuries, and reflects the changes in all areas of Spanish society. The top artists from each period will be highlighted, and include: El Greco, Goya, Murillo, and Velazquez. The Spanish royal family were known as discerning art collectors during this period. Accordingly, many of the superb royal treasures by such artists as Rubens, Tiepolo, and Titian will be featured in the exhibtion. This is an extraordinary not-to-be-missed show. Tour length: an estimate of tour length would be approximately 1.5 hours.
Price for Portrait of Spain (not including Picasso): $87.00/ person including the ticket, guided lecture tour, and museum booking fees. No refunds after February 1. . Travel to and from Houston is on your own as we have always done.

The MFAH's rule is that group bookings must be made at least one month before the tour to the MFAH.

Registration form, please click. Make payment to Dr. Martha Fielder, and mail to: Dr. Martha Fielder, Marco Art Tours, 1412 El Campo Drive, Dallas, Texas 75218. Questions: call us at 214-321-9051 or email us. Travel to and from Houston is on your own as we have always done. We will meet at the MFAH at the designated time to see the exhibit. Please remember that you are not on the list until you are registered. If you wish to pay by credit card, please visit:

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