Jan 16, 2016
—Mar 12

Velázquez Portraits: Truth in Painting


The Met Fifth Avenue
Fifth Ave. at 82nd St.
Manhattan, NY 10028

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Velázquez is best known for his formal portraits of the Spanish monarchy, but some of his most captivating works are bust-length likenesses produced in both Spain and Italy. Among the highlights of this exhibit are his iconic portrait of Juan de Pareja and two on loan from the Hispanic Society: Portrait of a Young Girl (ca. 1640) and Cardinal Camillo Astalli-Pamphili (ca. 1650–51). 


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