Vaig tenir el privilegi. 194 x 260 cm. The artist achieved his intentions and Las Meninas became the only work to which the writer on art Antonio Palomino devoted a separate section in his history of Spanish painters of 1724, ... El retrato español: del Greco a Picasso, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, 2004, pp. The viewer cannot distinguish the features of the king and queen, but in the opalescent sheen of the mirror's surface, the glowing ovals are plainly turned directly to the viewer. The mirror on the back wall indicates what is not there: the king and queen, and in the words of Harriet Stone, "the generations of spectators who assume the couple's place before the painting". [4] More recently, it has been described as "Velázquez's supreme achievement, a highly self-conscious, calculated demonstration of what painting could achieve, and perhaps the most searching comment ever made on the possibilities of the easel painting".[5]. 20/08/1957, 26/08/1957. [85], In 2004, the video artist Eve Sussman filmed 89 Seconds at Alcázar, a high-definition video tableau inspired by Las Meninas. … As the maids of honour are reflected in each other, so too do the king and queen have their doubles within the painting, in the dimly lit forms of the chaperone and guard, the two who serve and care for their daughter. Her father, don Bernardino López de Ayala y Velasco, VIII count of Fuensalida, had been squire of the king and her mother, lady in waiting of the queen. Leo Steinberg argues that the orthogonals in the work are intentionally disguised so that the picture's focal center shifts. The Baroque painter Luca Giordano said that it represents the "theology of painting", and in 1827 the president of the Royal Academy of Arts Sir Thomas Lawrence described the work in a letter to his successor David Wilkie as "the true philosophy of the art". A través de la II, p. 306, Records of 1735 show that the original frame was lost during the painting's rescue from the fire. fascinaciÓn de “las meninas” “Supongamos que alguien quiere copiar pura y simplemente Las Meninas – le dijo Picasso a su amigo Sabartés -, llegaría un momento en … [95], Maria Theresa was by then queen of France as wife of. It is unlikely that it has anything to do with the optical imperfection of the mirror, which would, in reality, have displayed a focused image of the King and Queen". Dambe, Sira. In 1666, at the age of 15 years old, she married by proxy and the empress moved to Vienna, capital of the Empire, where she died at the age of 21 years old while giving birth to her fourth child. The painter Velázquez was, for his part, the aposentador of the king. Esta exposición quiere poner en valor una parte fundamental de la colección del museo, explorando los vínculos de Picasso con la tradición pictórica española y especialmente con Velázquez, y a la vez proponer nuevas lecturas de la serie Las Meninas a través de las numerosas interpretaciones y aportaciones que diversos artistas contemporáneos han realizado posteriormente. For example, at first Velázquez's own head inclined to his right rather than his left. - See 9,755 traveler reviews, 2,547 candid photos, and great deals for Barcelona, Spain, at Tripadvisor. The painter is turning his eyes towards us only in so far as we happen to occupy the same position as his subject. Felipe IV and his wife Mariana of Austria: The King and Queen appear reflected in a mirror at the back of the room. [14], The painting has been cut down on both the left and right sides. [16] After its rescue from the fire, the painting was inventoried as part of the royal collection in 1747–48, and the Infanta was misidentified as Maria Theresa, Margaret Theresa's older half-sister, an error that was repeated when the painting was inventoried at the new Madrid Royal Palace in 1772. The painting is likely to have been influenced by Jan van Eyck's Arnolfini Portrait, of 1434. [65][66], For Foucault, Las Meninas illustrates the first signs of a new episteme, or way of thinking. He placed his only confirmed self-portrait in a room in the royal palace surrounded by an assembly of royalty, courtiers, and fine objects that represent his life at court. ME PARECIO INTERESANTISIMA LA VISITA AL MUSEO, PERO ENCONTRE A FALTAR LA REFENCIA DEL CUADRO DE VELAZQUEZ, PARA PODER COMPARAR Y RELACIONAR LA INTERPRETACION DEL DE PICASSO. It is displayed here under Fair Use. Gallery Portraits were also used to glorify the artist as well as royalty or members of the higher classes, as may have been Velázquez's intention with this work. Podemos encontrar en el museo Picasso de Barcelona, la única serie completa del artista. He is a quite recent creature, which the demiurge of knowledge fabricated with its own hands less than two hundred years ago: but he has grown old so quickly that it has been only too easy to imagine that he had been waiting for thousands of years in the darkness for that moment of illumination in which he would finally be known. A clear geometric shape, like a lit face, draws the attention of the viewer more than a broken geometric shape such as the door, or a shadowed or oblique face such as that of the dwarf in the foreground or that of the man in the background. The Suite of 58 works Picasso donated to the Museu Picasso … More specifically, the crook of his arm is where the orthogonals of the windows and lights of the ceiling meet. Do you know the inhabitants of the Museu Picasso? [30], Velázquez himself (9) is pictured to the left of the scene, looking outward past a large canvas supported by an easel. Although constrained by rigid etiquette, the art-loving king seems to have had a close relationship with the painter. [26], To the rear and at right stands Don José Nieto Velázquez (8)—the queen's chamberlain during the 1650s, and head of the royal tapestry works—who may have been a relative of the artist. [31] On his chest is the red cross of the Order of Santiago, which he did not receive until 1659, three years after the painting was completed. [10], During the 1640s and 1650s, Velázquez served as both court painter and curator of Philip IV's expanding collection of European art. Snyder, Joel and Ted Cohen. 350. The point of view of the picture is approximately that of the royal couple, though this has been widely debated. According to the critic Sira Dambe, "aspects of representation and power are addressed in this painting in ways closely connected with their treatment in Las Meninas". He was the king’s valet and it is known that he lived until he was seventy-five years old. [90], Bankes' smaller version of the painting is now in the country house of Kingston Lacy in Dorset. MPB 70.433. [15] It was damaged in the fire that destroyed the Alcázar in 1734, and was restored by court painter Juan García de Miranda (1677–1749). The Infanta, however, stands in full illumination, and with her face turned towards the light source, even though her gaze is not. In the conclusion of The Order of Things Foucault explained why he undertook such a forensic analysis of Las Meninas: let us, if we may, look for the previously existing law of that interplay [i.e., the law of representation] in the painting of Las Meninas… In Classical thought, the personage for whom the representation exists, and who represents himself within it, recognizing himself therein as an image or reflection, he who ties together all the interlacing threads of the 'representation in the form of a picture or table'—he is never to be found in that table himself. In the painting he is placed at the back, in front of an open door where the light slips in, and it doesn’t remain clearly defined whether he’s entering or leaving the room. [17], In recent years, the picture has suffered a loss of texture and hue. [83] A print of 1973 by Richard Hamilton called Picasso's Meninas draws on both Velázquez and Picasso. Teniers' work was owned by Philip IV and would have been known by Velázquez. Historia. Así fue como, años más tarde, decide hacer una reinterpretación personal de este famoso cuadro. [59], Jonathan Miller asks: "What are we to make of the blurred features of the royal couple? The five-year-old infanta, who later married Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I, was at this point Philip and Mariana's only surviving child. Foucault describes the painting in meticulous detail, but in a language that is "neither prescribed by, nor filtered through the various texts of art-historical investigation". Giordano described the work as the "theology of painting",[43] and was inspired to paint A Homage to Velázquez (National Gallery, London). After Velázquez's death, Philip wrote "I am crushed" in the margin of a memorandum on the choice of his successor. Las Meninas. The positioning of such an area of strong tonal contrast right at the rear of the pictorial space is a daring compositional tactic. [31] The wall to the right is hung with a grid of eight smaller paintings, visible mainly as frames owing to their angle from the viewer. Intentamos facilitar estas informaciones y vinculaciones a través de otros medios, como nuestra web o el blog. Se “Il ritratto dei coniugi Arnolfini” di Van Eyck è fonte di ispirazione per Velázquez quando dipinge “Las Meninas”, quest’ultimo dipinto deve aver affascinato in modo particolare Picasso quando, all’età di quattordici anni, si reca con il padre a vedere i capolavori del Museo del Prado. [39] Leo Steinberg suggests that the King and Queen are to the left of the viewer and the reflection in the mirror is that of the canvas, a portrait of the king and queen. [12] A detailed description of Las Meninas, which provides the identification of several of the figures, was published by Antonio Palomino ("the Giorgio Vasari of the Spanish Golden Age") in 1724. [79] Mazo's painting of The Family of the Artist also shows a composition similar to that of Las Meninas. Velázquez looks outwards, beyond the pictorial space to where a viewer of the painting would stand. Pablo Picasso, Madame Canals (also known as Portrait of Benedetta Bianco), 1905, oil and charcoal on canvas; photo courtesy of Museu Picasso. Las Meninas under an artificial light has been on public display since 2018 at the NH Hotel in Zamora, Spain. Francisco Goya etched a print of Las Meninas in 1778,[80] and later used Velázquez's painting as the model for his Charles IV of Spain and His Family. Me enamoré por completo de las pinturas. "[76]. [8] When he painted Las Meninas, he had been with the royal household for 33 years. In the footnotes of Joel Snyder's article, the author recognizes that Nieto is the queen's attendant and was required to be at hand to open and close doors for her. Many critics suppose that the scene is viewed by the king and queen as they pose for a double portrait, while the Infanta and her companions are present only to make the process more enjoyable. Las Meninas contains the only known double portrait of the royal couple painted by Velázquez.[36]. This image is not available to print and is not available for sale as it may be subject to copyright. Velázquez painted portraits of Mariana and her children,[8] and although Philip himself resisted being portrayed in his old age he did allow Velázquez to include him in Las Meninas. MPB 113.292 Pablo Picasso. "A masterpiece in waiting: the response to 'Las Meninas' in nineteenth century Britain", in Stratton-Pruitt, Suzanne, ed. And yet this slender line of reciprocal visibility embraces a whole complex network of uncertainties, exchanges, and feints. What is life? See more ideas about Picasso, Pablo picasso, Picasso paintings. According to López-Rey, the painting has three focal points: the Infanta Margaret Theresa, the self-portrait and the half-length reflected images of King Philip IV and Queen Mariana. In 17th-century Spain, painters rarely enjoyed high social status. Mari Bárbola (María Bárbara Asquín): The royal court jester, of German origin, who entered the palace in 1651, the year of the birth of the princess. Gif of Catherine Hutin, 2009. This page was last edited on 30 November 2020, at 01:26. Madrid, 1715-1724. v. 2, p. 342-343, Foucault's 'Las Meninas' and art-historical methods, Las 14 obras maestras del museo del Prado en mega alta resolución en Google Earth, "Una réplica exacta de Las Meninas en Zamora", 'troceada' en 140 fragmentos, "Velázquez portrait has pride of place in Prado – but original may be in Dorset", The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences, How Do the Political Effects of Pictures Come about? Picasso Las Meninas de Dalí Las Meninas è un ciclo di 58 dipinti e studi realizzati nel 1957 dal pittore spagnolo Pablo Picasso.. Il ciclo è interamente conservato nel Museu Picasso di Barcellona, per volontà dell'artista.. Picasso, durante gli ultimi anni di attività, dipinse molte re-interpretazioni di quadri di grandi artisti del passato: qui si tratta di Diego Velázquez e le sue Las Meninas. It would have been significant to Velázquez, since the rules of the Order of Santiago excluded those whose occupations were mechanical. 318 × 276 cm. In the Picassian approach, the magnificent animal presented by Velázquez is substituted by Lump (or Lumpito, as Picasso called him), the dachshund that the photographer David Duncan Douglas gave him as a present. [56] Later he focuses his attention on the princess, writing that Velázquez's portrait is "the painted equivalent of a manual for the education of the princess—a mirror of the princess". [27] Behind them stands doña Marcela de Ulloa (6), the princess's chaperone, dressed in mourning and talking to an unidentified bodyguard (or guardadamas) (7). Las Meninas de Picasso, (año 1957). [11], The painting was referred to in the earliest inventories as La Familia ("The Family"). The words spoken by the sovereign are always treated as a command and so we may owe this masterpiece to a passing wish which only Velazquez was able to turn into reality." But because her face is turned from the light, and in shadow, its tonality does not make it a point of particular interest. Their glances, along with the king and queen's reflection, affirm the royal couple's presence outside the painted space. Las Meninas Series (MPB 70.433 a 70.489) Rooms 12-14. Moreover, in showing the figures whom the painter observes, and also, through the mediation of the mirror, the figures who are observing him, the painter achieves a reciprocity of gazes that makes the interior oscillate with the exterior and which causes the image to "emerge from its frame" at the same time that it invites the visitors to enter the painting. [3] In the background there is a mirror that reflects the upper bodies of the king and queen. Bermúdez's writings on the painting were published posthumously in 1885. Another man stands, echoing and opposing the form of the artist, outside rather than inside, made clearly defined and yet barely identifiable by the light and shade. En cuanto a las versiones de Las meninas, tal vez la más célebre es la de Picasso; esta obra le impresionó cuando era joven. There is a very special collection of 57 works of Picasso’s personal interpretation of Velazquez’s Las Meninas, the only series on display together in one museum. EL SECRETO DE LAS MENINAS DE PICASSO. Museu Picasso, Barcelona. In the context of the painting, Snyder argues that the scene is the end of the royal couple's sitting for Velázquez and they are preparing to exit, explaining that is "why the menina to the right of the Infanta begins to curtsy". The mirror image is only a reflection. The elusiveness of Las Meninas, according to Dawson Carr, "suggests that art, and life, are an illusion". Lowrie, Joyce (1999). [91] Several experts, including the former Curator of the Department of Renaissance and Baroque Painting in the Museo del Prado and current Director of the Moll Institute of Studies of Flemish Paintings, in Madrid, Professor Matías Díaz Padrón, suggest that this "could be a model" painted by Velázquez before the completed work which hangs in the Museo del Prado, perhaps to be approved by the king. Picasso visto por Otero 20 Jun. 2020 - 31 Ene. Quien hizo su propia interpretación de la obra, tomando su propia adaptación, de manera que pudiera ser entendida por los espectadores. Goya, however, replaces the atmospheric and warm perspective of Las Meninas with what Pierre Gassier calls a sense of "imminent suffocation". Of the nine figures depicted, five are looking directly out at the royal couple or the viewer. Solo se conserva un boceto de Las Meninas en el Museo Picasso que será el punto de partida de la serie. Like Las Meninas, they often depict formal visits by important collectors or rulers, a common occurrence, and "show a room with a series of windows dominating one side wall and paintings hung between the windows as well as on the other walls". As though the painter could not at the same time be seen on the picture where he is represented and also see that upon which he is representing something."[68]. Las Meninas de Velázquez es única, en el sentido de que tan solo es una obra. An almost immediate influence can be seen in the two portraits by Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo of subjects depicted in Las Meninas, which in some ways reverse the motif of that painting. Furthermore, this was a way to prove himself worthy of acceptance by the royal family.[64]. The luminous image in the mirror appears to reflect the king and queen themselves, but it does more than just this: the mirror outdoes nature. Velázquez uses this light not only to add volume and definition to each form but also to define the focal points of the painting. [41], The painted surface is divided into quarters horizontally and sevenths vertically; this grid is used to organise the elaborate grouping of characters, and was a common device at the time. Cannes, 16th August, 1957. By the early 1650s, Velázquez was widely respected in Spain as a connoisseur. Dec 26, 2015 - Explore Jane Savage's board "Picasso Las Meninas", followed by 270 people on Pinterest. In 1957, Picasso started an extended series of variations on Las Meninas 1656 of Diego Velazquez.The series is both a confrontation with one of the most important works in the history of Spanish painting as well as a commentary on contemporary events in Spain, observed by Picasso from his exile in France. In addition there is a collection of ceramics, etchings, lithographs and linocuts donated by his widow Jacqueline. [28] Writing in 1980, the critics Snyder and Cohn observed: Velázquez wanted the mirror to depend upon the useable [sic] painted canvas for its image. High quality Las Meninas gifts and merchandise. By the early 18th century his oeuvre was gaining international recognition, and later in the century British collectors ventured to Spain in search of acquisitions. Just behind them, Velázquez portrays himself working at a large canvas. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. Why should he want that? [37] Ernst Gombrich suggested that the picture might have been the sitters' idea: "Perhaps the princess was brought into the royal presence to relieve the boredom of the sitting and the King or the Queen remarked to Velazquez that here was a worthy subject for his brush. The most common assumption is that the reflection shows the couple in the pose they are holding for Velázquez as he paints them, while their daughter watches; and that the painting therefore shows their view of the scene. "Barbey D'Aurevilly's Une Page D'Histoire: A poetics of incest". At the time, van Eyck's painting hung in Philip's palace, and would have been familiar to Velázquez. The fact of being a direct gift of the artist to the Museu Picasso, in honour of its founder, Jaume Sabartés, makes the value of this series even higher within the context of Barcelona’s heritage. [28] He is rendered in silhouette and appears to hold open a curtain on a short flight of stairs, with an unclear wall or space behind. He was also responsible for the sourcing, attribution, hanging and inventory of many of the Spanish king's paintings. Infanta Margarita: The princess, who at the time that the painting was carried out was 5 years old, is the main figure of the work of Velázquez, given the fact that in that moment she was heir to the throne. Picasso donated his series in its entirety in 1968 to the Museu Picasso, Barcelona, in memory of his great friend and secretary Jaime Sabartés, who had recently died. Richard Biker Sawbridge 1684. Ten years later, in 1666, Mazo painted Infanta Margaret Theresa, who was then 15 and just about to leave Madrid to marry the Holy Roman Emperor. 1957. [94], The Kingston Lacy painting was previously owned by Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos and then by Ceán Bermúdez, who were both friends of Goya whose portraits he painted. In the Rokeby Venus—his only surviving nude—the face of the subject is visible, blurred beyond any realism, in a mirror. In both paintings the artist is shown working on a canvas, of which only the rear is visible. On the other hand, his royal portraits, designed to be seen across vast palace rooms, feature more strongly than his other works the bravura handling for which he is famous: "Velázquez's handling of paint is exceptionally free, and as one approaches Las Meninas there is a point at which the figures suddenly dissolve into smears and blobs of paint. Las Meninas has long been recognised as one of the most important paintings in Western art history. Engaged from a very early age to her uncle, the emperor Leopold I of the Holy Roman Empire, these portraits served to inform about the aspect and growth of the princess. [54], In Las Meninas, the king and queen are supposedly "outside" the painting, yet their reflection in the back wall mirror also places them "inside" the pictorial space. "[81], Between August and December 1957, Pablo Picasso painted a series of 58 interpretations of Las Meninas, and figures from it, which currently fill the Las Meninas room of the Museu Picasso in Barcelona, Spain. [26] To the right of the Infanta are two dwarfs: the achondroplastic German, Mari Bárbola (4),[26] and the Italian, Nicolás Pertusato (5), who playfully tries to rouse a sleepy mastiff with his foot. El sorprendente palacio de estilo clasicista inspirado en el Renacimiento tiene una superficie de 32.000 metros cuadrados y cuenta con una hermosa decoración basada en pinturas murales y hermosos elementos arquitectónicos. The dress of the lady was often interpreted as that of a nun. One scholar points out that the legend dealing with two women, Minerva and Arachne, is on the same side of the mirror as the queen's reflection while the male legend, involving the god Apollo and the satyr Marsyas, is on the side of the king. Instead he analyzes its conscious artifice, highlighting the complex network of visual relationships between painter, subject-model, and viewer: We are looking at a picture in which the painter is in turn looking out at us. [65] Foucault viewed the painting without regard to the subject matter, nor to the artist's biography, technical ability, sources and influences, social context, or relationship with his patrons. The painting entered the collection of the Museo del Prado on its foundation in 1819. Marcela de Ulloa: She was the person charged with watching over and taking care of the maidens from around the Princess Margarita. [42] Velázquez presents nine figures—eleven if the king and queen's reflected images are included—yet they occupy only the lower half of the canvas.[43]. Oil on canvas. The greatest good is small; all life, it seems Not so long ago we published a chronology of Las Meninas of Picasso, on the occasion of the anniversary of the beginning of the series of paintings that Picasso did, based around this work of Velázquez. This compositional element operates within the picture in a number of ways. Snyder suggests that Nieto appears in the doorway so that the king and queen might depart. [75], Velázquez's portraits of the royal family themselves had until then been straightforward, if often unflatteringly direct and highly complex in expression. 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As the art critic Harriet Stone observes, it is uncertain whether he is "coming or going". It is here that Las Meninas is set. MacLaren (1970), p. 122, Jonathan Miller, for example, in 1998, continued to regard the inset picture as a reflection in a mirror. Se considera que en la elaboración de “Las Meninas” que realizó Picasso intervienen una trama de elementos que es necesario tener en cuenta para interpretar y evaluar esta obra cuya serie está integrada por cuarenta y ocho lienzos que fueron donados en mayo del 1968 al Museo Picasso de Barcelona. The long-handled brushes he used enabled him to stand back and judge the total effect. In this case, she was daughter of the Count of Salvatierra and heir of the Duchy of Abrantes on her mother’s side. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. Bankes described his purchase as "the glory of my collection", noting that he had been "a long while in treaty for it and was obliged to pay a high price". [24] The high-ceilinged room is presented, in the words of Silvio Gaggi, as "a simple box that could be divided into a perspective grid with a single vanishing point". [50] Stone writes: We cannot take in all the figures of the painting in one glance. The exact date of the birth of Isabel de Velasco is unknown, she was married to the Duke of Arcos and died in 1659, after having been lady of honour of the princess. From left to right, we can find the following characters: Diego Velázquez: Self-portrait of the painter, who included himself in a scene of the life of the court, in an innovative gesture in the case of Velázquez and as a vindication of the importance of the artist, in the case of Picasso, who painted him as the more complex character and the biggest in size of the work. In the Picassian approach, this figure maintains a playful gesture, but it is now completely simplified as an black outline on a white foreground; this could be due to a ray of lateral light that enters through the windows behind his back, bleaching the figure, or because it is the figure which is furthest from the protagonist; the painter. [7] Nonetheless, Velázquez worked his way up through the ranks of the court of Philip IV, and in February 1651 was appointed palace chamberlain (aposentador mayor del palacio). II, pp. The character, however, takes on an important presence in the subsequent versions of the series. Although its colours are lighter, the light is less strong. Its complex and enigmatic composition raises questions about reality and illusion, and creates an uncertain relationship between the viewer and the figures depicted. It has been debated whether the ruling couple are standing beside the viewer or have replaced the viewer, who sees the scene through their eyes. "[33], In 1692, the Neapolitan painter Luca Giordano became one of the few allowed to view paintings held in Philip IV's private apartments, and was greatly impressed by Las Meninas. The angle of the mirror is such that although "often described as looking at herself, [she] is more disconcertingly looking at us". direct gift of the artist to the Museu Picasso, Museums in the news more than ever, in times of pandemic, Inhabitants of the museum: María Picasso López, the mother of a genius, Luxury protection for ‘Science and Charity’, Inhabitants of the museum: The Infanta Margarita Maria, a tragic icon, Josep Rocarol, the set designer who saved the monastery of Pedralbes, The international symposium “Around Picasso”. [93], The usual attribution since the 19th century has been that the Kingston Lacy painting is a copy by Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo (c. 1612-1667), son-in-law and close follower of Velázquez. She is also the first personage that Picasso analysed in his series. Pencil lines outlining the Infanta's face, eyes, and hair are also visible. La serie de cuadros, elaborada en 1957, está actualmente expuesta en el Museo Picasso de Barcelona, (es la única que se conserva del artista) y consta de 45 interpretaciones; un completo estudio de la obra. The cleaning provoked, according to the art historian Federico Zeri, "furious protests, not because the picture had been damaged in any way, but because it looked different". Of the real thing—of the art of Velázquez. Donació Ruiz Picasso, Pablo, 1968. Consultado el 24-3-2011. It represents a midpoint between what he sees as the two "great discontinuities" in European thought, the classical and the modern: "Perhaps there exists, in this painting by Velázquez, the representation as it were of Classical representation, and the definition of the space it opens up to us ... representation, freed finally from the relation that was impeding it, can offer itself as representation in its pure form. [73][74] The dress worn in the two scenes also differs: the main scene is in contemporary dress, while the scene with Christ uses conventional iconographic biblical dress. In Las Hilanderas, probably painted the year after Las Meninas, two different scenes from Ovid are shown: one in contemporary dress in the foreground, and the other partly in antique dress, played before a tapestry on the back wall of a room behind the first. In the grisaille, or monochrome sketch, that Picasso painted first on his versions of Las Meninas, the figure of Mari Bárbola is sketched and simplified and the characteristic features of her disorder are represented by the artist as a series of lines and dots very close together in the centre of the circle that represents her face. 100 x 81 cm. Entre las zonas más interesantes del edificio destacan el Salón Oval, el Salón del Trono y la impresionante cúpula principal. 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