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Museum of Prado. Madrid.

Works constituting the collections of the Museum of Prado have three different sources. Works which come from the royal collections (more than 3000), the fabrics coming from the contribution following fusion with the Museum of the Trinity (a little more than 2000) and finally works named new acquisitions, including those of Prado himself but also those of the Museum of the Trinity until its discontinuance of business. This includes/understands the purchases, the donations, the legacies and the public subscriptions. The collections of Prado are remarkable by works of the Spanish artists like Goya, Vélasquez, Murillo but also by works of the Italian school.