Meural brings you a collection of works from Madrid’s Prado Museum. When it opened in 1819 with a collection taken from the Spanish royal court, all works were by Spanish artists from before the 16th century, but the collection has expanded and diversified in the last 200 years. The museum is known to be a collection of painters instead of paintings; the painters represented in the Prado are comprehensively represented. The museum boasts the largest collection of Hieronymus Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Peter Paul Rubens, Diego Velázquez, and Francisco de Goya. The trade-off is gaps in the museums collection and unrepresented areas of art history, but the museum embraces its position as a display of the distinct tastes of its past collectors.