December 4, 2023

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Designer Moisés Nieto’s collection for the Museo Del Prado can now be yours

Designer Moisés Nieto’s collection for the Museo Del Prado can now be yours

When one of our favorite national designers collaborates with an institution that represents our culture like the Museo del Prado, everything points to success. Inspired by the most famous still lifes in the museum’s collection, Moisés Nieto created a collection for Tienda Prado consisting of 16 pieces. A capsule of clothing, accessories and home decor items that combine their contemporary look with the detailed and vibrant essence of these paintings.

As part of the collaboration of 10 artisans from all over Spain with the Museum, the Genency designer once again delights us with his proposal, reminding us of his sincerity and connection to art. If indeed in 2019 he explored Francisco de Goya’s collections, paying tribute to his drawings and traditional elements, He is now delving into the still life genre, known for its detailed representation of everyday objects and customs from the 17th to 19th centuries.

In the pieces that you can buy from the designer in the museum shop we find Silk scarves that evoke traditional textiles, embroidery, undyed soy wax candles or ceramic sculptures and clay vases. The designs draw on the artistic inspiration he always had in mind when highlighting his collections, and this time, in addition, pay tribute to the still life elements of the still life.

Choosing Moises Nieto to be part of this collaboration is no coincidence. All Tienda Prado products are not only exclusive and respectful of the museum’s work, but also sustainable. Furthermore, the proceeds from your purchases contribute directly to the funding of the Prado Museum and the preservation of its artistic heritage.

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Now any visitor or online user can get some products from this collaboration between artisans. A perfect union between the elegance of the past and contemporary style that celebrates the artistic richness of the Museum’s works, but also… The talent and skill of the Spanish craftsmen who give life to these exceptional pieces.