The Museo del Prado has restored three paintings considered to be among the most important religious compositions by the leading Spanish Romantic artist Antonio María Esquivel. Esquivel’s work as the creator of religious paintings is barely known despite being among his principal artistic concerns. Now visitors can see The Fall of Lucifer, Christ the Saviour and other works, including a Self-Portrait. The exhibition has been curated by Javier Barón, Prado Senior Curator Nineteenth-century Painting at the Prado.
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