More than a hundred portraits, from paintings painted in the 16th century to poses captured by contemporary photographers, reflect love, passion and tragedy in true stories, a fall exhibition that turns a new page for the Hermitage in Amsterdam after breaking historical ties with Russia for the war in Ukraine.

There are those from the world of music or film like the “muse” Audrey Hepburn or Yoko Ono and John Lennon, royal couples like Enrique and Meghan, revolutionary figures like Oscar Wilde, and even portraits of the future like Harmony, a human-like sex robot. But all of them reflect the central point of the exhibition: “Historias de Amor” (Love stories).

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