The Prado in Santa Fe
Spain’s Masterpiece Reproductions from The Prado Museum to be shown in prominent Santa Fe public park.
The Prado Museum boasts one of the world’s finest collections of European art featuring artists such as Diego Velázquez, Bosch, Francisco de Zurbarán, Titian, José de Ribera, Rubens, El Greco and Francisco de Goya.
The Prado in Santa Fe, featuring 93 full-scale reproductions, opens for public viewing 7 days a week with no admission charge at the Cathedral Park, next to Santa Fe’s iconic Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, in the heart of downtown.
The exhibition is brought to Santa Fe by Jim Long, one of the few United States citizens to be an International Trustee of the Museo del Prado Foundation in Spain, and it is spearheaded in Santa Fe by The Spanish Colonial Arts Society, the New Mexico Multi-Cultural Foundation, The City of Santa Fe Tourism Department and Heritage Hotels and Resorts, Inc. as part of Santa Fe’s Celebration of Global Art and Culture in 2017.