Linares Palace currently houses Casa de América. This Neo-Baroque building is situated in Plaza de Cibeles square, in the centre of Madrid. Commissioned by the Marquises of Linares, it was completed in 1900.
Located in the historic centre of Santiago de Compostela, the building was designed by the architect Álvaro Siza. Its permanent collection features particularly Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American artists.
His film 'Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed' was an outright winner at the last Goya awards ceremony. He has also worked as a screenwriter for some of the most successful Spanish films.
This item displays very delicate work. It is made on a flat bone which has been cut to create the shape of the animal. The parts and details such as the hair and eyes were engraved using a burin.
This year marks the centenary of this group of intellectuals who set out to Europeanise Spanish culture.
The artistic production of one of the great architects of the 20th century.
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