The María Cristina Masaveu Paterson Foundation will reopen its doors today at its Madrid headquarters to begin its autumn program. It will do so by continuing its exhibition «Masaveu Collection. 19th Century Spanish Painting. From Goya to Modernism», which allows visitors to learn about the evolution of painting in that period through the holdings of one of the most important private collections in our country, made up of more than 125 works with paintings by artists such as Francisco de Goya, Federico and Raimundo de Madrazo, Juan Antonio Ribera, Eduardo Rosales, Mariano Fortuny, Joaquín Sorolla, Julio Romero de Torres, Zuloaga, Ramón Casas or Anglada-Camarasa, among others. From today it will also be possible to revisit the Street Art Space and the 34 works that make up this collection, of which nine pieces by Edgar Plans, Miguel Caravaca, Rafael Macarrón, Albert Pinya, Olga de Dios, Mario Soria or Starky Brines have just been incorporated.