Spanish Painting has a rich and famous collection of artworks. Among his artists are some of the greatest in art history. Names like El Greco, Francisco de Zurbarán, Diego Velazquez, Alonso Cano, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Francisco de Goya, Joaquín Sorolla, Ignacio Zuloaga, Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Joan Miró and Salvador Dali represent some of the most valued artist in painting.
The Spanish Golden Age, seventeenth century, produced outstanding artworks in Mannerist and Baroque style. The Burial of Count Orgaz, Las Meninas, Surrender of Breda, The Painter Before Christ Crucified, Dead Christ Supported by an Angel, and Boys Eating Melon are some of this great masterpieces. Diego Velázquez as a portraitist is acknowledged as one of the world greatest painters. Murillo was one of the most famous artists in all of Europe, far more famous even than Velázquez.
In the 18th century Goya dominated Spanish painting. Mariano Fortuny (1838–1874) and Eduardo Rosales (1836–1873) are considered among the important Spanish painters of the nineteenth century after Goya. Picasso is one of the most prolific artists in history and a major figure in 20th-century art. Salvador Dali was probably the greatest Surrealist artist using bizarre dream imagery to create unforgettable and unmistakable landscapes of his inner world. 
Landscape painting is rare in Spanish art.
Spain has such a strong artistic tradition that Spanish art has become a leading attraction for tourism. 
- Gallery of Spanish Masterpieces
- Famous Spanish Artists
- Spanish Still Life Painting
- Prehistoric painting
- Gallery Francisco de Goya
- Spanish painters.
- Spanish Artists.
- Spanish Painting from XIV to XVIII Centuries.
- Baroque Painting: The Golden Age.
- National Gallery of Art :: The Collection :: Paintings :: Spanish.
Eduardo Rosales, Juan de Austria's presentation to Emperor Carlos V in Yuste, 1868-1869.