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"The Drowning Dog" glasses case
8.5 x 18 cm.
The elongated format of The Drowning Dog, one of Goya's fourteen Black Paintings, is accentuated in this hard glasses case, which includes a handy cleaning cloth with a detail of the dog poking its head above the sand in one of the most enigmatic paintings in the Museo del Prado's collections.
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"The Drowning Dog" poster
Creator Silk paper 170 g. Full reproduction proportional to the size of the sheet (67 x 96 cm). A dog's head protrudes above a kind of mound, above which looms a heavy ochre-coloured sky. The Drowning Dog (1820-1823) is perhaps Goya's most widely interpreted black painting, reproduced in this poster with the utmost fidelity. It includes margins on the...
Animals jigsaw puzzle
16 x 12 cm (4 x 4 cm each piece). 12 cubes. The mane of the horse that Rubens painted in his Saint George and the Dragon (1606-1608) looks spirited in the main image that forms the cubes of this fun puzzle, which is accompanied by five other details of animals painted by artists such as Velázquez and Goya. Not recommended for children under 6 years of age.
"The Painter's Children in the Japanese Room" glasses case
8.5 x 18 cm. Mariano Fortuny captured the intimacy of his children, María Luisa and Mariano, in a subtle way in The Painter's Children in the Japanese Room (1874). The little ones are each reproduced on one side of this practical glasses case, which includes a cleaning cloth with another detail from the same work.
"The Painter's Children in the Japanese Room" pencil case
Metal. 20.5 x 6 x 2 cm. The elongated, clearly Japanese-inspired format of The Painter's Children in the Japanese Room (1874), one of Mariano Fortuny's most celebrated works, is accentuated in this useful pencil case, that will help you organise your writing and drawing materials. Pencils not included.
"The Garden of Earthly Delights" (Hell) notebook
Lined paper. Stapled binding. A5 (15 x 21 cm). 32 sheets (64 pages). The tree-man motif was painted by Bosch on several occasions, including the right panel of the The Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych (1490-1500), a depiction of Hell, which is partially reproduced on the cover of this notebook.
"The Garden of Earthly Delights" glasses case
8.5 x 18 cm. An owl peeps out from inside the Fountain of Life in this practical spectacle case that reproduces a detail from the left panel of The Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych, painted between 1490 and 1500 by Jheronimus Bosch. Includes a cleaning cloth with an image of the dragon tree from the same work.
The Prado Guide (Spanish)
Spanish. 400 illustrations. Paperback. 15 x 24,5 cm. 480 pages. This official guide to the Prado Museum, written by various art historians who specialise in the collections of the institution and with more than 500,000 copies sold, is an essential book for getting to know one of the most prestigious museums in the world and preparing for your visit.
"Table of the Seven Deadly Sins" mousepad
20 cm in diameter. With Christ in the center of the all-seeing eye, there are scenes alluding to the Seven Deadly Sins, all of them identified with an inscription. Bosch's characteristic style makes this composition, the Table of the Seven Deadly Sins (1505-1510), a work full of message. It is reproduced in this mousepad with which you can use your...