Exhibition: Bartolomé Bermejo
Image of the “Bartolomé Bermejo” exhibition. Photo © Museo Nacional del Prado.
“Santo Domingo de Silos enthroned as Bishop”, Bartolomé Bermejo. Oil on softwood panel, 242 x 130 cm,(1474-1477). Madrid, Prado Museum
“San Miguel triumphs over the Devil with Antoni Joan”, Bartolomé Bermejo. Oil on panel, 179.7 x 81.9 cm (1468). London, The National Gallery. Bought by Private Treaty Sale with a grant from the American Friends of the National Gallery, London, made possible by Mr J. Paul Getty Jnr's Endowment Fund, 1995. NG6553
This anthology organised by the Prado Museum and the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, allows visitors to admire all aspects of the visual universe and the masterful technical skill of Bartolomé Bermejo – one of the most evocative and charming painters of the 15th century.
Bartolomé Bermejo was one of the most fascinating figures in art in the second half of the 15th century. Together with his technical ability to create magical effects and define spectacular ranges of colours, he had a surprising ability to create new interpretations of devotional themes and iconographies. After his death, his work was forgotten about until the end of the 19th century when his most significant works sparked an interest in notable international collectors and forgers of old paintings.This exhibition brings together the largest part of his preserved works for the first time, divided across museums and collections in Spain, Europe and the USA. Several additional activities will also be organised, including educational itineraries, international congress, a series of conferences and a concert.
- Date: From Oct 9, 2018 to Jan 27, 2019
Paseo del Prado, s/n
28014. Madrid (Madrid Region)
Schedules and prices
- From Oct 9, 2018 to Jan 27, 2019
- From Monday to Saturday From 10:00 to 20:00
- Public holidays and Sunday From 10:00 to 19:00
* Information may be subject to modifications