Las Meninas

€129.00
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Piece inspired by the work "Las Meninas" by Diego Velázquez is the penultimate work of the painter.

He portrays the Infanta Margarita surrounded by her small court. Originally titled The Empress and Her Ladies and later The Family, it was listed in the 19th century under the name Las Meninas. The atmosphere that Diego de Velázquez manages to convey in his painting Las Meninas contrasts with the nature of the family. The royal family is considered unreachable, but Velázquez manages to make the viewer feel the intimacy of a family atmosphere.

29x29 cm mobile, made of aluminum and iron.

You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.

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Las Meninas

Piece inspired by the work "Las Meninas" by Diego Velázquez is the penultimate work of the painter.

He portrays the Infanta Margarita surrounded by her small court. Originally titled The Empress and Her Ladies and later The Family, it was listed in the 19th century under the name Las Meninas. The atmosphere that Diego de Velázquez manages to convey in his painting Las Meninas contrasts with the nature of the family. The royal family is considered unreachable, but Velázquez manages to make the viewer feel the intimacy of a family atmosphere.

29x29 cm mobile, made of aluminum and iron.

You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.

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