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The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid

The Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection is one of the most important private collections of paintings of the 20th century and its history is a fascinating one. Although originally a private collection, today it belongs to the Spanish public after its acquisition by the government in 1993, just a year after the museum was opened. In 2004 a significant part of the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection was added to it; a collection of over two hundred works that add to the examples of artistic styles and genres of the permanent collection.

Source: museothyssen.org
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Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid, Spain
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Salvador Dali. Dream caused by the flight of a bee around a pomegranate a second before awakening
31
Salvador Dali
1944, 51×40.5 cm
France Hals. Family portrait in a landscape
1
France Hals
1648, 202×286 cm
Lucien Freud. Reflection with two children
6
Lucien Freud
1965, 30×30 cm
Jan van Eyck. The Annunciation. The Archangel Gabriel and the virgin Mary
2
Jan van Eyck
1439, 24×39 cm
Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardin. Still life with fish, oysters and cat. Fragment
1
Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardin
1728, 79.5×63 cm
Francois Boucher. Morning (the Lady putting on garter)
5
Francois Boucher
1742, 53×67 cm
Michelangelo Merisi de Caravaggio. St. Catherine of Alexandria
17
Michelangelo Merisi de Caravaggio
1599, 173×133 cm
Vincent van Gogh. The potato eaters
10
Vincent van Gogh
April 1885, 26.5×32 cm
Marc Chagall. Cock
8
Marc Chagall
1929, 81×65 cm
Edgar Degas. Jockeys in training
11
Edgar Degas
1894, 47.9×62.8 cm
Edvard Munch. Late in the evening
8
Edvard Munch
1888, 75×100.5 cm
Edward Hopper. Hotel room
14
Edward Hopper
1931, 152.4×165.7 cm
Winslow Homer. Daughter of the coast guard
1
Winslow Homer
1881, 34.3×34.3 cm
Camille Pissarro. The cabbage field. PONTOISE
6
Camille Pissarro
1873, 60×80 cm
Marc Chagall. The gray house. Vitebsk
6
Marc Chagall
1917, 68×74 cm
Giovanni Antonio Canal (Canaletto). St. Mark's Square
2
Giovanni Antonio Canal (Canaletto)
1724, 141×204 cm
Gustave Moreau. Galatea
6
Gustave Moreau
1896, 37.9×27 cm
Marc Chagall. Rural Madonna
4
Marc Chagall
1942, 102.5×98 cm
Andrew Wyeth. My young friend
5
Andrew Wyeth
1970, 81.3×63.5 cm
Edward Hopper. The girl behind the sewing machine
9
Edward Hopper
1921, 48×46 cm
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