The Prado Museum MUSMon.com Audio Guide explains in a clear, relaxed and accurate way one of the best art galleries in the world. It comfortably guides you, at your own pace, using interactive maps and pictures. It tells you everything you need to know through a 90-minute professional recording, making your visit more entertaining and memorable.
Why is there a clothed and a nude maja? Was Vulcano a crippled god? Are there twelve figures on Las Meninas? Is Rubens painted in his work Adoration of the Magi? We give you the answers to these and many other questions.
We will reveal to you the secrets of great masters and works, such as Velázquez, Goya, Rubens, Titian, Ribera, etc.. We will explain to you the main artistic and historical elements and tell you anecdotes and curiosities about a representative selection of works and authors present in the Madrid museum.
The app allows you to:
•Listen to entertaining, quality narrations developed by professionals.
•Quickly and easily find the work you want to listen to through its location on the map, a detailed picture gallery, or a search by author or title.
•Choose between the suggested itineraries or simply guide yourself following your own tastes and time schedule.
•Orientate yourself at any time thanks to the interactive maps.
•Access all the useful information about the museum: opening hours, accessibility, website, etc.
•Read the explanations in text format.
•Forget about queues at the withdrawal and deposits desks. Enjoy this and future visits with the convenience of having everything on your mobile phone.
•Get an excellent view of the evolution of art based on 52 significant masterpieces.
The only one with interactive maps to allocate when you are in the building.
The multimedia guide with more artworks explanations. It includes the following 52 masters pieces.
MUSEO DEL PRADO, Introduction
FRA ANGÉLICO, The Annunciation
MANTEGNA, The Dormition of the Virgin
BOTTICELLI, The Story of Nastagio degli Onesti
BERMEJO, St. Dominic de Silos
VAN DER WEYDEN, The Descent from the Cross
HIERONYMOUS BOSCH, The Adoration of the Magi
HIERONYMOUS BOSCH, The Hay Waggon
HIERONYMOUS BOSCH, The Table of the Deadly Sins
HIERONYMOUS BOSCH, The Garden of Earthly Delights
PATINIR, Crossing the Styx
DURERO, Adam and Eve
ANTHONIS MOR, Mary Tudor
ANONYMOUS, The Gioconda, or the Mona Lisa
RAPHAEL, The Cardinal
RAPHAEL, The Madonna with a Fish
TITIAN, The Bacchanalia
TITIAN, Emperor Charles V on Horseback at Mühlberg
TITIAN, Danae receiving the Golden Rain
TINTORETTO, Christ Washing his Disciples’ Feet
VERONESE, Venus and Adonis
EL GRECO, The Trinity
EL GRECO, The Gentleman with his Hand on his Chest
CARAVAGGIO, David Victorious over Goliath
RIBERA, Jacob’s Dream
RIBERA, Mary Magdalene
SANCHEZ COTÁN, Still Life with Game, Vegetables and Fruit
ZURBARÁN, Still Life with Four Pots
ZURBARÁN, St. Peter Appearing to St. Peter Nolasco
ZURBARÁN, St. Casilda
VELÁZQUEZ, The Drinkers
VELÁZQUEZ,The Spears, or The Surrender of Breda
VELÁZQUEZ, Vulcan’s Forge
VELÁZQUEZ, The Meninas
VELÁZQUEZ, The Crucifixion of Christ
VELÁZQUEZ, The Court Jester, Pablo de Valladolid
VELÁZQUEZ, The Weavers
MURILLO, The Patrician telling his Dream to the Pope
MURILLO, The Immaculate Conception of “Los Venerables”
RUBENS, The Adoration of the Magi
RUBENS, The Three Graces
VAN DYCK, Sir Endymion Porter and Anton van Dyck
REMBRANDT, Artemisia, or Judith at Holofernes Banquet
TIEPOLO, The Immaculate Conception
GOYA, The Parasol
GOYA, The Naked “Maja”
GOYA, The Family of Charles IV
GOYA, The Executions of the Third of May
GOYA, The Dog
ROSALES, Queen Isabella “La Católica” Dictating her Last Will and Testament
SOROLLA, Children on the Beach
ANONYMOUS, Orestes and Pylades. The San Ildefonso Group
ANONYMOUS, Onyx Salt Cellar with a Golden Mermaid