For the first time ever, it will be possible to admire in full the altarpiece that Murillo made for the convent of the Capuchins. An imposing pictorial series considered one of his masterpieces.
From an early age Murillo stood out as the great painter of the Catholicism of his time. This exhibition examines the Murillo – Church binomial.
The ‘400 years of Murillo’ is the ideal setting to make known the role of a family that became a pillar of Seville’s Baroque splendour.
With this exhibition the presence of this popular Sevillian handicraft will be shown in the context of Murillo’s pictorial work.
Seville dresses up again in its best with the structures full of images and emblems that abounded in the festivities of the Baroque period and involved Murillo
A tour of the figure of Murillo in the collective imagination for his critical recovery from values that modernity had censured him