On this tour of an hour and a half we will delve into the most peculiar works of Murillo that the Museum houses, dwelling on its details and curiosities by the hand of an expert guide.
Murillo (fully named Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, 1617-1682) was a great painter of Sevillian origin. The City Council of his hometown has taken the fourth Centenary as an advantage to remember and proclaim the world the greatness of this historical figure. There will be a big and important exhibition in Seville.
Murillo has been one of the artistic personalities that has had the most influence and projection in Andalusian art from the second half of the 17th century to the 19th century. His shadow was long projected as an example of a painter who had managed to define and codify an artistic style that reconciled the elites and the people alike.
This exhibition aims to study his works and his influence throughout history. For this, 62 works will be gathered, among which some of the artist’s most original paintings will be seen, whose latency is a testimony of his taste for aesthetics in painting, sculpture and photography.
Departure location: Calle Alfonso XII, 35, 41001 Sevilla Duration: 1 hour and a half Price: € 12 adults (from 17 years old), € 5 children from 7 to 16 years old. Sevillians and residents in Seville € 8. When: Every Sunday at 11 pm.