Works by El Greco are represented in New York
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York celebrates the 400th anniversary since the death of El Greco by panoramic exhibition dedicated to the great Cretan artist. Exhibition "El Greco in New York", which presents paintings from the Metropolitan Museum's collection, as well as the Frick Fund and Hispanic Society of America, which took part in the organization of the exhibition, was opened on the 4th of November 2014.
Museum gives an opportunity to see the real masterpieces of the greatest artist, who made a big impact on the modern art. Among prominent paintings there are "View of Toledo", " The Vision of St John", "Portrait of Cardinal Niño de Guevara", " Christ Driving The Traders From The Temple".
The exhibition, which will be opened till the 1st of February 2015, houses nine paintings from the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum, six works from the collection of the Hispanic Society of America, which cover the period since 1567, when El Greco moved to Venice, till his death in Toledo in 1614. Three other paintings by El Greco are represented by the Frick Fund.