The Prisma Agency’s archive features a comprehensive collection of historical and contemporary images. With subject strengths in world history, fine art, antiquities, sculptures, geography and more, the archive is ideal for editorial and educational publishers worldwide.
From the beautiful and technical works of Goya and Velazquez to the architectural brilliance of Gaudi, the Prisma collection also offers a specialization in the cultural heritage of Spain, with a further sub-specialty in the history and culture of Catalonia. The depth and breadth of the Prisma archive make it the ideal solutions for your image needs.
Isabella II of Spain (1830-1904). Queen of Spain. Photography. Colored. Eugenio Lucas Velazquez (1817-1870). Spanish painter. The Second of May, 1869. Museum of Fine Arts. Budapest. Hungary. Francisco de Goya (1746-1828). Spanish romantic painter. Children with mastiffs 1786-1787. Oil on canvas. Prado Museum. Madrid. Spain. Al Andalus. Islamic goldsmith. Brass goblet. Hammering. Size: 6 x 10,2 cm. Inscriptions written in kufic script. First half of 11th century. Diocesan Museum, La Seu d’Urgell, province of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. Saint Joseph with the Child Jesus, polychrome wood sculpture by Pau Costa. Dated between 1706-1711. Main altarpiece of the Church of Santa Maria. Arenys de Mar, province of Barcelona, Maresme, Catalonia, Spain. Juan de Zumárraga (1468-1548). Spanish Basque Franciscan prelate and first bishop of Mexico. Portrait. Engraving. Diego Velazquez (1599-1660). Spanish painter. The Spinners or de The Fable of Arachne, 1657. Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain. Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain. Panoramic view of the city on the bank of the Guadalquivir river. Engraving by Soriano. Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). Ferdinand VII (1784-1833). King of Spain (1808-1833). Equestrian portrait of Ferdinand VII, 1808. By Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828). San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Madrid, Spain. Jenaro Perez Villaamil (1807-1854). Spanish painter. Interior of the Cathedral of Seville, 1838. Museum of Romanticism, Madrid, Spain. Maria Teresa del Riego y Bustillos (1800-1824). Widow of the General Riego. Portrait by Benjamin de la Cour, ca.1824. Museum of Romanticism, Madrid, Spain. Juan Prim (1814-1870). Spanish military and politician. Equestrian portrait of General Prim, 1844. By Antonio Maria Esquivel y Suarez de Urbina (1806-1857). Museum of Romanticism, Madrid, Spain. The Conquest of Mexico. Anonymous author. Table, oil, nacre. Scene of the conquest: Hernan Cortes ordering to burn and destroy the idols.1676-1700. Mexican School. Viceroyalty of New Spain. Mexico. Detail. Museum of the Americas. Madrid, Spain. Spain, Basque Country, Gipuzcoa province, San Sebastian (Donostia). Basilica of Santa Maria. Detail of the main facade. Sculpture representing the martyrdom of Saint Sebastian and symbols of the Holy See. Baroque style.
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