We've discovered that this is the most visited monument on our website on 2015 and we're not at all surprised. It's pure genius, because of its curves, its originality, its building technique. 100% Gaudí.
The artist who gives the room its name is the only Spaniard in the first generation of the New York school of Abstract Impressionism. The works in the museum follow the different creative stages in the painter's development.
He was captivated by reading the works of Rosalía de Castro as a small boy, and resolved to dedicate his life to poetry. Years later he has won the 2015 National "Miguel Hernández" Young Poet's Award for his work "Celebración".
This piece –with exceptional quality– represents the god of commerce, peace and reconciliation. It depicts the figure of an adolescent holding the pouch that symbolises commercial activity. The piece is profoundly Roman.
The most important day is when the image of the Virgin is take done and borne up to the shrine.
Verdi's operatic drama staged by David McVicar.
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