Museo del Romanticismo de Madrid
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|Museum of Romanticism (Inventory)|
|Native name||Museo del Romanticismo de Madrid|
|The Museum of Romanticism (Spanish: Museo del Romanticismo) is an art museum located in Madrid, (Spain). It is housed in a late eighteenth-century building (two storeys plus an attic floor which is not open to the public). It was inaugurated in 1924 as Museo Romántico, and declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1962. The museum was reordered in 2009 and relaunched with its current, slightly different name. The museum's exhibits are presented in the context of a historic house with dining room, billiard room etc. They include items related to the romantic writer Mariano José de Larra.|
Desembarco de Fernando VII en el Puerto de Santa María, de José Aparicio. Ca. 1823-1828.
Recibimiento del Ejército de África en la Puerta del Sol, de Joaquín Sigüenza Chavarrieta. Ca. 1860.