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Founded in 1904 by the American scholar and philanthropist Archer Milton Huntington, The Hispanic Society of America is a free museum and reference library dedicated to the art and culture of Spain, Portugal, Latin America, and the Hispanic world. Free Tours at 2 on Saturdays.
One of New York City’s most magnificent site-specific artworks, and one of the greatest monuments of 20th century Spanish art, Joaquín Sorolla’s Vision of Spain has returned home to the recently renovated Bancaja Gallery at the Hispanic Society following an unprecedented tour of Spanish museums.
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