This gallery is a modern art center, close to the railway station, modern architectural appearance, all-glass curtain wall is very fashionable. Museum has many modern works of art, including paintings, sculptures, furniture and so on. Among them, some of the heavyweight works of famous artists are worth visiting.
The Prado Museum and Sofia Art Center are arguably the most famous art halls in the whole capital near the high-speed railway station. As the high-speed railway arrives at the railway station at 7 o'clock, it catches up with the opportunity to visit them for free at night. Unlike all kinds of oil paintings and sculptures of the former, the collection of the Queen's Art Center is more modern and abstract.
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sof &7;a --- The Master's Art Palace also has free visits to the Sofia Queen's Art Center Museum, named after the Spanish Queen, one of the three major Spanish art galleries. Free Open Days: 19:00-21:00 on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 13:00-19:00 on Sunday; 19:00-21:00 on April 18, May 18, October 12 and December 6, free visits, free tickets are also beautiful.
One of the three major art museums in Madrid. Prado focuses on classical painting, Sofia on modern art, focusing on Dali, Milo, Picasso and other masterpieces, including "Guernica"
When REINA SOFIA comes to open hours, there are endless queues. The square in front of the museum also gathers many people to sit and chat, and the restaurants around it are often full. There are many Picasso paintings here, one of which is Guernica, who wants to see very much. Spaniards or more Europeans are as enthusiastic about museums as Chinese aunts are about mahjong and square dancing. Whether it's REINA SOFIA or Prado, there's a consistent line of doors from morning to afternoon. The queues are old and young. Think about our big China. Speaking of its rapid economic development, education and popularization at the artistic, cultural and spiritual levels are far from enough. Now think about why these European countries have been nurturing art masters for thousands of years, because of the atmosphere. It's too late to go in and regret it. It's very convenient to go to the museum. It's only a few minutes'walk from the subway station of Atoza Railway Station.
If Prado is comparable to the Louvre, Sophia is like Pompidou, both modern and post-modern works, the same abstraction, the same surrealism. We went straight to Picasso, Dali and Miro's works. Of course, the most important one is Picasso's handed-down masterpiece Guernica, an abstract painting with only three colors of black, white and grey. At the same time, we saw the beginning and end of the painting, as if we could really feel the artist's mood when he created it. This is the artistic appeal.
It's a relatively modern museum. There are a lot of oil paintings in it. They are all modern writers. Of course, there are many famous Masters'works. It's not a waste of time to go for a tour.
The Queen Sophia Art Center has nearly 18,000 works of art from the 19th century to modern times. The most important works are from the 20th century Spanish painters: Picasso, Dali and Miro. Picasso's Guernica, a giant painting about 8 meters long and 4 meters wide, was created by Picasso in 1937.
This Museum has a very high position in the local area. Although it is a relatively modern museum, many of its works are a little retro, with more oil paintings and some exquisite sculptures.
The 20th Century Art Museum in the center of Madrid, named after the Queen, is mainly composed of the works of local masters Picasso and Dali. There are fewer works in other countries, highlighting the styles of impressionism, avant-garde and modernism. The museum itself is also a very modern decoration style.