Scholarships of the Prado Museum

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The Prado Museum Awards 25 scholarships for young professionals under 35 years of age and with a degree related to the contents of the course. The scholarship consists of exemption from tuition fees and shall participate compulsorily in some specific seminars that deepen about the contents of the course, which will take place following Friday to Conference at 10 o’clock, at the center of studies of the Museo del Prado (Cason of el Buen Retiro, c/Alfonso XII, 28).

the selection of the beneficiaries of these grants will be according to their academic record, training profile and interest in the course. Applicants must submit a brief text, no more than 500 words, as an explanation of the reasons for the course. Requests to opt for one of these scholarships can be delivered until September 20, 2013.

subject to these Fellowship seminars are as follows:

Friday October 18, 2013: the correct biographical approach to the figure of Goya
Friday 25 October 2013: ancient and modern sources for the appreciation of Goya
Monday 4 November 2013: influences and artistic sources in the work of Goya
Friday November 8, 2013: friends and heads of Goya
Friday 15 November 2013: chronology of the pictorial technique of Goya and his relationship with his drawings and prints resources
Friday November 22, 2013: adaptation and confrontation of Goya with the culture of his time: rationalism, “Sturm und Drang” and romanticism
Friday November 29, 2013: Goya’s use after his death

seven issues that deals with this course of the Chair of the Prado and the seminars for Fellows analyze biographical aspects as artistic painter, with an in-depth study of the documentation, the specialized bibliography and the popular image of Goya. In this journey are presented and are object of study also, that which is characteristic in his work, especially his painting, both from the point of view of his technique as his style and aesthetic formulation.

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