NBA All–Star Week Must See MFAH Gallery Exhibit: This Spanish Exhibit Will Only Be Seen in the United States at MFAH Houston’s T

Barron's Medical Journal Reporting from This Years National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star Game: Houston, Texas NBA All–Star Week Must See MFAH Gallery Exhibit: This Spanish Exhibit Will Only Be Seen in the United States at MFAH Houston’s Texas

The Museum Of Fine Arts ( MFAH ) And Zoya Tommy Contemporary

A Barron’s Medical Journal Diamond in Your Life Report:

Houston ( AP )NBA Fans coming to Houston for The National Basketball Association All-Start Week.Treat yourself to a exhibit only seen in the United States At The Museum Of Fine Arts on loan from Spain. Portrait of Spain:

Masterpieces from the Prado Museum. A Wonder Exhibit of how the Powerful and The Powerless Conducted Themselves. Barron's Medical Journal says Portrait of Spain is The Standard by which many "American Artist " Model their "Work Product" .

The MFAH presents more than 100 masterworks from one of the world’s most renowned collections of European painting. Portrait of Spain: Masterpieces from the Prado

comes to Houston on exclusive U.S. loan as part of a new initiative by the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid to broaden access to its holdings.

The exhibition tells the story of the evolution of painting in Spain from the 16th through 19th centuries and explores how artists reflected the sweeping changes in society, culture, politics, and religion that

contributed to the development of a modern Spanish identity. Masterpieces by the leading painters of the day from each of the four centuries are included, with works by Francisco de Goya, El Greco, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, and Diego Velázquez. Artists who worked for the royal court and directly influenced the development of painting in Spain are also well represented, with superb paintings by Peter Paul Rubens, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, and Titian. Portrait of Spain opens at the MFAH following the premiere at the Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia, the first stop on this two-venue tour.


General Day and Time Info: Regular Exhibition Hours: Monday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Law Building only) Tuesday–Wednesday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Thursday–Saturday 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday 12:15 – 7 p.m. Closed Monday, except Monday holidays. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Phone: 713-639-7300

Parking: Free outdoor parking is available in the street-level lot directly across from the Law Building at 1001 Bissonnet Street.

Parking is available in the MFAH Parking Garage for $6. The easy-to-find parking garage is located directly east of the Beck and Law buildings on Binz, and is marked by a large, yellow arrow

Zoya Tommy Contemporary (Formely PG Contemporary) was founded in 2009 in Houston, TX. The artists and exhibitions shown at Zoya Tommy Contemporary reflect the fascinating culture and offer competing ideas about contemporary art in the United States and the Caribbean in a variety of themes. The artists offer insights into the varying traditions and themes of what is considered contemporary. The gallery is a transitional space and continues to work with artists in Houston, Texas, as well as artists all over the US and the Caribbean.

Barron’s Medical Journal must see Artist Of The Year Ushio Shinohara. Ushio paints cinematic reality. He lifts tableaux from what he sees—gritty East Village street scenes, garish Coney Island


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