A new exhibition in Seville explores the artwork created in - and about - Andalusia between 1830 and 1950.
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Images and Myths in Andalusian Painting is now on display at the Museum of Fine Arts in Seville.
The exhibition features 171 paintings and a number of sculptures that show how art in the autonomous region developed between 1830 and 1950.
It will be on show until May 29th 2011 and is separated into themed areas, including Romantic Andalusia, Late Costumbrismo and The Mark of the Masters.
"The painters are mostly from Seville, but there are also other Spanish and foreign artists who shared the common theme of Andalusia as a subject in their paintings," explained the venue.
Work by Ricardo Lopez, Andres Cortes and Emilio Sanchez will be featured in the installation, all of which have been selected from the Bellver Collection.
This valuable stock of artwork has been gathered by Mariano Bellver over the course of his life.
Opening hours at the museum are between 09:00 and 20:30 local time from Tuesday to Saturday and 09:00 to 14:30 on Sunday.
Admission costs €1.50 (£1.30).
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Find out more about the exhibition at www.juntadeandalucia.es/cultura/museos/MBASE/?lng=en or by calling the venue on +34 95478 6500.
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