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The Winter Show 2020 loan exhibition will feature masterworks from across the Hispanic world
Cuzco School, The Presentation in the Temple, Cuzco, Peru, mid-18th century, oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York.


NEW YORK, NY.- The Winter Show announced its 2020 loan exhibition featuring masterworks from the renowned collection of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library, spanning 4,000 years of Hispanic history, art, and culture. On view January 24–February 2, 2020, the exhibition is co-curated by esteemed art historian and curator Philippe de Montebello, Chairman of the Board of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library, and acclaimed architect Peter Marino. The Winter Show’s annual loan exhibition offers visitors a focused look at exceptional collections of art, antiques, and design from leading historic institutions, reflecting the quality, range, and expertise of the Fair’s exhibitors.

Unrivaled embodies the Hispanic Society Museum & Library collection’s significance and breadth. With more than 18,000 works of art from the Paleolithic Age to the 20th century, and an extraordinary research library that holds 250,000 manuscripts and 35,000 rare books, the institution is the only in the world to offer such a complete vision of Hispanic history, art, and culture.

The exhibition will display masterworks from throughout the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, and the Philippines by artists including Diego Velázquez, El Greco, and Francisco de Goya, alongside such works as a mid-18th-century painting by the Cuzco School in Peru and an exceptional 17th-century ceramic aquamanile from Portugal. Additional highlights will include a painting by John Singer Sargent created during his extended travels in Spain circa 1879–80, and a work by Valencian painter Joaquín Sorolla from the early 1900s, among many others.

“We are honored to present the depth of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library’s unrivaled collection at The Winter Show 2020,” said exhibition curator Philippe de Montebello. “The loan exhibition is drawn from a collection devoted to telling the rich stories of the Hispanic world. With a focus on all facets of art, literature, and culture, we strive to broaden understandings of the complex cultures of the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, and the Philippines, and their global impact.”

Helen Allen, Executive Director of The Winter Show, said, “We are delighted to work with the Hispanic Society Museum & Library, Philippe de Montebello, and Peter Marino to present these extraordinary examples of Hispanic history. Unrivaled offers us the opportunity to share the institution’s collection of remarkable paintings and objects from around the world, reinforcing The Winter Show’s mission, which is truly global in scope. We hope our collectors, visitors, and exhibitors alike will delight in experiencing this spectacular exhibition.”





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