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Antonio Padrón Museum-House: As indigenous research and art centre, this institution belongs to the Gran Canaria Island Council, created with the aim to acquire, preserve, study, exhibit and disseminate the works from this painter born in Gáldar...more
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Calle del Capitan Quesada n0 3, 35460 Galdar, Gran Canaria, Spain
We enjoyed the casa museo Antonio Padron. We fell in love with his art style, his colours and his motivs. All strong features of the local people and local life. A poetic view of things and people painted with alot of feeling.
The museum has...More
Used tickets from Cueva Pintada for entrance. Had seen some of his work at San Antonio Abad un Verguete, Las Palmas. A real delight. Permanent exhibition of Padrón's paintings, his studio and also temporary exhibitions by other Canarian artists. There is also a small garden...More
A small but perfectly formed museum dedicated to one artist. It is arranged in his home, and set around a pleasant garden/courtyard. The artwork is thoughtful and genuinely pleasant to look at. The staff are kind, and you can get a free ticket to visit...More
A thoroughly enjoyable way to spend an hour. I had never heard of the artist before so did not know what to expect but really loved the work. It is very accessible. The ambiance of the whole building and garden is very relaxing. We got...More
This gallery houses a collection of Pedron's paintings which whilst to everyone's taste houses his studio and a pretty courtyard garden.
You can buy a joint ticket for admission to this and the nearby caves, or a 3 museum ticket if you are staying in...More
This House-Museum of Antonio Padrón is not only worth the visit for the work of Padrón on display (including his magnificent garden, much reduced from its original size but still an oasis of calm) but also on account of its being a participative museum with...More
We loved the paintings by this indigenous artist - vibrant and dynamic. The gallery was well laid out with information on each painting in English as well as Spanish. Lovely cool courtyard garden and the artist's studio was an amazing light-filled space which made us...More