A botanical step through the works of the great masters.
Plants have been a constant presence in art for centuries. The Prado Museum possesses works with some of the most beautiful botanical representations of the great masters. El Bosco, Tiziano, Botticelli, Velázquez, and Goya delight us with their carnations, marigolds, and yarrows.
Eduardo Barba shows them to us in a tale of identity, memory, and time, key aspects of the history of art. And we will also find in these pages some travelling, museums, and gardens from other countries; and other experiences that will seduce us thanks to the author's charming gaze.
Another way of seeing and enjoying art, via a delightful walk that reveals the plants flowering in the garden of the Museo del Prado.