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February 18, 2014
Leticia Ruiz, head of the Prado museum's pre-1700 Spanish painting department, poses after an interview...
Toledo, Spain
Leticia Ruiz, head of El Prado meseum's pre-1700 Spanish painting department, poses after an interview...
Leticia Ruiz, head of the Prado museum's pre-1700 Spanish painting department, poses after an interview in the El Greco room at the museum in Madrid, February 5, 2014. For centuries Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco was a non-entity. No one studied his startling, unconventional work hanging high in a gothic cathedral, obscure convents and Spanish museums. It wasn't until the 19th century that modern painters rediscovered the artist - who was born Domenicos Theotocopoulos on Crete and lived and painted in Toledo, Spain from 1577 until his death in 1614 - and found inspiration in his bold colours and brush strokes. El Greco's bold style still gives rise to all sorts of wacky questions and theories that art experts rule out, said Ruiz. Picture taken February 5, 2014. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
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