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Lazaro Galdiano Museum
Madrid

Las magníficas obras de arte conservadas en este museo se encuentran dentro de la propia casa y en el ambiente que constituyó en su día el microcosmos de la familia Lázaro y sirvieron de escenario para las tertulias literarias y artísticas de un significativo grupo de españoles de principios de siglo. El edificio es parte importante de este museo y desvela algunos matices sobre los gustos y preferencias estéticas de sus promotores, quienes siguieron de cerca el proceso constructivo del mismo. El proyecto fue encargado a José Urioste en 1903 y fue reformado por los arquitectos Joaquín Kramer y Francisco Borrás, siguiendo precisas indicaciones de Don José Lázaro. Así, de acuerdo con la moda preponderante, Lázaro elige el estilo neorrenacentista para la construcción del edificio e incorpora al mismo elementos clasicistas tomados de Ventura Rodríguez.

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