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Las pinturas murales de la Ermita de la Vera Cruz de Maderuelo fueron trasladadas a lienzo en 1947 y reconstruidas en el Museo del Prado con una disposición lo más fiel posible al original. La w [+]

Las pinturas murales de la Ermita de la Vera Cruz de Maderuelo fueron trasladadas a lienzo en 1947 y reconstruidas en el Museo del Prado en una disposición lo más fiel posible al original. La w [+]

Las pinturas murales de la Ermita de la Vera Cruz de Maderuelo fueron trasladadas a lienzo en 1947 y reconstruidas en el Museo del Prado en una disposición lo más fiel posible al original. La w [+]

Las pinturas murales de la Ermita de la Vera Cruz de Maderuelo fueron trasladadas a lienzo en 1947 y reconstruidas en el Museo del Prado en una disposición lo más fiel posible al original. La w [+]

Las pinturas murales de la Ermita de la Vera Cruz de Maderuelo fueron trasladadas a lienzo en 1947 y reconstruidas en el Museo del Prado en una disposición lo más fiel posible al original. La w [+]

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En su versión online ofrece desde 2007 contenidos permanentemente revisados y en constante evolución que incluyen biografías de los artistas representados en el Museo, de sus directores y patronos, una selección de obras maestras, información sobre sus colecciones y las donaciones y legados recibidos por él, además de entradas referentes a la conservación y restauración de su colección y de todas las exposiciones temporales que se han celebrado a lo largo de su historia.

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Seminars are monographic courses, of a technical or academic nature, aimed at a small group of students and focused on a specific topic, whose study is approached by combining theoretical classes with practical sessions held in the rooms and other rooms of the Museum or the library. Each seminar is directed by a professor and includes the participation of a panel of renowned specialists who contribute their theoretical, technical and methodological knowledge to offer a broad and articulated vision of the proposed topic. They will address topics such as theoretical approaches to the work of art; the relationship of Art History with other theoretical traditions and methodologies; issues related to conservation and restoration and Art Law. The duration and dynamics of the classes, developed with a small group of students, allow for an in-depth study of a topic of study and an active participation of the participants in an atmosphere of reciprocal collaboration.

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Legal framework Audit reports by the Court of Auditors Royal Board of Trustees Director and management team Organization Action plan Annual report Financial data Visitor data Reports on the collection Service charter

The Director of the Museum directs and coordinates, within the framework of the general action plans of the Organization, its budget and the guidelines issued by the Royal Board of Trustees, the activities of the Museum, its different bodies and units, as well as its staff, in accordance with the terms established in the statute of the MNP.

The Deputy Director of Conservation and Research is directly responsible for the Centro de Estudios del Prado (where the Conservation Areas are integrated), the Restoration Workshop, the Technical Office and the Education Area. He is also responsible for coordinating the areas in charge of the technical management of the collections and their conservation, registration, exhibition and documentation procedures.

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Conservation and Research, he directs and coordinates the operation of the Museum’s Conservation areas. His responsibilities include the planning, management and supervision of the Registration and Exhibitions areas (Works Registration Services, Deposits, Permanent Collection and Temporary Exhibitions) and Library, Archives and Documentation. It oversees the management of the Edition and Restoration areas. It promotes lines of work within the framework of good museum practices, such as the implementation of actions in the field of preventive conservation or the implementation of action protocols related to the areas of its competence.