Kill Mua by Paul Gauguin will return in the next few days to the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum with the approval of the Council of Ministers of the pact signed in January between Carmen Cervera and former Minister José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes. The head of the Thyssen Foundation that manages the public museum will benefit from a rental contract of 130 million euros, by order of the Pedro Sánchez Government, at a rate of 6.5 million per year for 20 years. This is an unprecedented operation in Spanish cultural policies, both in terms of quantity and the nature of the agreement. With Kill Mua Housed in the vault of a bank in Andorra, the owner of the post-impressionist painting valued at just over 40 million euros has managed to close an agreement that she has pursued since the 16 rooms were inaugurated in 2004 to exhibit her private collection.