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Picasso branded ‘woman abuser’ in protest at Barcelona museum dedicated to Spain’s most famous artist
By Nickacia Forrester The Picasso Museum in Barcelona was the scene of a protest when a group of art students took “silent action” to expose...
PURE GOLD: Immersive Klimt art exhibition in Valencia offers fans the chance to experience the paintings from within
ART fans in Valencia are in for a treat. From now and until August 15, the Ateneo Mercantil in Valencia city centre (Plaza del Ayuntamiento,...
SPAIN'S Culture Ministry imposed a last minute export ban on an oil painting that was nearly sold for €1,500 in a bid to determine...
BORN 275 years ago, Francisco Goya has long been heralded as one of the most influential Spanish artists of the 18th and 19th centuries. His...
The Queen and Goya! Letizia travels to Zaragoza to celebrate 275th birthday of Spain’s most famous painter
QUEEN Letizia never puts a fashion foot wrong, and continued to show off her array of glamorous ensembles as she attended celebrations to mark...
Multi-millionaire rocks art world with removal of Mata Mua painting from Madrid gallery as talks with Spanish Government crumble
KNOWN as ‘La Misteriosa’, she has shadily presided over an art collection worth €390 million that counts Matisse, Picasso and Rodin among its 429...
PICASSO’S works have gone on sale for as low as €6,300.
David has lived and breathed art since he was a lad, “You might say it’s in my blood,” he says
The ruling comes after a decade spanning legal battle between the two dioceses, which began in 1998
For €1, street writer Marta Carmona fired off a few lines of prose on her typewriter for the Olive Press in the capital’s trendy La Latina barrio.
Bermejo’s works can be seen at the National Gallery in London until September 29 or at the Museum of Fine Arts in Bilbao
OH MY GOGH: Gun Van Gogh ‘killed himself with’ to be auctioned off while southern Spain tour of his...
He died in a field near the French town of Auvers-sur-Oise, where the revolver was located some 70 years later
Claire Leibovich delivers a masterclass on Spain’s most astronomically-priced paintings you can’t afford
Les Femmes d´Algers (Version O) set a world record price when it was sold for US$179 million (€125 million) at Christie's New York in 2015
The prints by the rock legend are now on sale, with 50 copies of the 'Abstract Stones' version one available for €1,750 a piece
Legendary painter Mark Ryden among dozens of artists at NEW Malaga pop art show, amid gallery staff contract row
It comes after a row broke at the CAC, as 17 staff from its Oleo restaurant were sacked, while 22 workers have denounced the Town Hall over contract disputes
REVEALED: New painting by Spain’s Velazquez unearthed after previously being attributed to his son-in-law
Velazquez, born in 1599, was the leading artist in the court of King Philip IV, and one of the most important painters of the Spanish Golden Age
The towering statue features the Spanish monarch in a blue suit and gallery staff even periodically spray it with Hugo Boss ‘Dark Blue’ cologne
The show is open 10am to 9pm Sunday to Thursday, and until 10pm Friday to Saturday
British aristocrat ‘entirely unaware’ he had 7th century Spanish ornaments rotting away in back garden
The limestone sculptures, engraved with Catholic saints, were stolen from a medieval church in Burgos in 2004
After Lavapies was crowned Spain’s coolest neighbourhood here are the top 10 other hip hoods worth a visit
EVERY city in Spain has its colourful neighbourhoods whose rhythms move according to the culture and customs of their inhabitants. Lavapies in Madrid -...
THE work of one of the world’s most controversial graffiti artists is being exhibited without his permission in Spain. But the guerilla artist, who is...
Spain is least ‘culturally arrogant’ country in Europe but here are 10 reasons why you SHOULD say ‘Viva España!’
Spain is the humblest country in Europe when it comes to shouting about its national patrimony - way behind boastful Britain and gloating Greece, according to a recent poll. But Pablo Balbontin has 10 reasons to be proud of his native land...
US official adviser Stuart E Eizenstat slammed Spain for 'taking no steps' to fulfill the principles
WATCH: Man defaces General Franco’s tomb in Madrid with red paint and is dragged away by security guards
The protest was sparked by growing tension surrounding the planned exhumation of the remains of General Franco from the Valley of the Fallen
Malaga exhibition combines illustration, music and stories to remember Picasso’s untold connection to flamenco
The works tell the fascinating tales of the Cubism maestro’s real encounters with characters Piyayo, Trini and Juan Breva
COMMUNITY leaders in Valencia are demanding the withdrawal of Antoni Miro’s latest explicit art exhibition in a bid to ‘protect children’ in the city. The...