Catalonia 1400. The international gothic style

MNAC ( Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya )
Palau Nacional, Parc de Montjuich   Telf: 936220376

The period covered by theexhibition begins in the late fourteenth and continues until the late fifteenth century. It showcases some of the most important Catalan artists of all time, who have earned a well-deserved place in the history of European art. It brings together major works including four panels with narrative scene from the Sant Jordi Altarpiece by Bernat martorell and other complete altarpieces by Lluís Borrassà, Joan Mates, Martorell himself and Jaume Ferrer.

Till 15/07/2012

Antoni Gaudí Cornet

Antoni Gaudí was worn in Reus, in 1852. He studied architecture in Barcelona Provincial School of Architecture. Before finishing his studies, he collaborated with Josep Fontseré architect, in the Citadell Park project. In 1878 he won a contest to carry out a street lights project for Barcelona’s Plaza Real. Those street lights still exist. Between 1883 and 1926 Gaudí lef in Barcelona a sample of ten different and varied works: Casa Vicens, Palau Güell, Casa Calvet; Park Güell, Casa Milà, Casa Batlló. Colony Güell Church, etc…. Antoni Gaudí is who more represents the modernism style in Catalunya, and probably, he is the maximum exponent of the triomph of Barcelona as an obligated city for any traveller of the world