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DETROIT (AP) - Pablo Picasso's famed painting "Melancholy Woman" finally is returning to the Detroit Institute of Arts after a two-year absence.
And it's bringing along a few friends.
The DIA is opening a new exhibition on Thursday that features not only "Melancholy Woman," but also four other works by some of Spain's most important artists.
"Five Spanish Masterpieces" runs through Aug. 19 and is free with museum admission.
The other works in the exhibition are by Francisco de Goya, El Greco, Salvador Dalí and Diego Velázquez and are on loan from museums in Fort Worth, Texas; Madrid; Philadelphia and New York, respectively.
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