THE Thyssen Museum in Malaga has launched a blockbuster for its first temporary exhibition.

Over 60 impressionist paintings are on display in the exhibition, including Monet, Picasso, Matisse and Miro.

According to curator Guillermo Solana the paintings offer an ‘almost secret’ vision of the owner Baroness Thyssen’s collection, considering that many of the works have not been on display before.

More than a third of the works come from her museum in Madrid, her own collection and the Catalan National Art Museum (MNAC).

They will sit alongside the 236 works included in the permanent collection, which has an emphasis on Andalucian art.

The exhibition will continue until October 16.

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