The Gregorio Prieto de Valdepeñas Museum hosts an exhibition on the Virgen de la Consolación

The Gregorio Prieto de Valdepeñas Museum hosts an exhibition on the Virgen de la Consolación

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The Museum of the Gregorio Prieto de Valdepeñas Foundation presents a shows with different works by the artist dedicated to the Virgin of Consolation, patron saint of Valdepeñas, for whom he felt great devotion. These include two works that currently belong to different institutions.

It's about the worksVirgin of Consolation´, lent by the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and the `Procession of the Virgin of Consolation´, which is located in the Valdepeñas Town Hall.

The first is an oil hand-colored engraving by Gregorio Prieto in 1980 and donated to this church in 1981, a work that is based on a previous drawing made by the artist in 1960.

The painting 'Procession of the Virgin of the Virgin of Consolation' is an oil painting painted by Gregorio Prieto in his youth, approximately in 1915.

The sample will be on display until June 2019, in the Central Columns Patio of the Gregorio Prieto Foundation Museum in Valdepeñas. During this time, the public will be able to contemplate these two works of the Virgin that come from private or difficult to see areas.

These paintings will be accompanied by other pieces from the museum's permanent collection.

The initiative of the Gregorio Prieto Museum is framed as Tribute prior to the Pontifical Coronation of the Virgin of Consolation, which will take place on June 1 in this town of La Mancha.

Technical sheet of the works:

Plays: 'Virgin of Consolation' and 'Procession of the Virgin of Consolation'.
Author: Gregorio Prieto.
Place: Museum of the Gregorio Prieto Foundation. C / Pintor Mendoza, 57. 13300 Valdepeñas (Ciudad Real).
Schedule: Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 2pm and from 6pm to 9pm / Sundays from 10am to 2pm / Monday closed.
Free entrance.

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