|Portion of title
||Spanish culture and leisure, 1819-1939
||Introduction : between the Prado and the Pradera -- A royal public institution, 1819-1833 -- Inscribing monarchy into the new regime, 1833-1868 -- Museum and revolution, 1868-1874 -- Becoming national, 1874-1902 -- The era of the masses, 1902-1936 -- Epilogue : "more important for Spain than the republic and the monarchy combined".
||"Explores the history of Spain's most iconic art museum. Highlights the political history of the museum's relation to the monarchy, the church, and the liberal nation state, as well as its role as an extension of Madrid's social center, the Prado Promenade"--Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages -282) and index.|
|ISBN||9780271078571 hardcover alkaline paper|
|ISBN||027107857X hardcover alkaline paper|