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Academician of both the Académie Royale d'Archéologie de Belgique and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Miguel Arcángel, in the Canary Islands. Knight Commander of the Order of Leopold II of Belgium. Europa Nostra Research Award 2014, for his monograph Van Dyck en España.
She got her PhD in Art History by the Santiago de Compostela University with her Cum Laude thesis about The Flemish Painting in the 16th Century in the North of Spain. She awarded a scholarship for the Flemish and Dutch painting department at the Museo del Prado (Madrid) and for the education department and photography archive at the Provincial Museum of Pontevedra.
PhD from the Complutense University of Madrid (programme of Conservation and Restoration of Historical-Artistic Heritage, linked to the Painting and Restoration Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts). Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Seville (speciality of Conservation-Restoration of Historical-Artistic Heritage).
With a degree in Art History from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Mrs García Sánchez de la Barreda attended doctorate courses focused on paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries at this university and at the Prado Museum. She studied Restoration of artworks at CEROA in Madrid where she also achieved to conduct classes of Art History and Restoration theory.
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