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The Museum of Fine Arts of Seville, founded in 1839, contains a collection of works from medieval times through the early 20th century. It displays a choice selection of works by Spanish artists from the 17th century, the so-called Golden Age of...more
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Unhurried, interesting collection of art, and a lovely setting in an old palace. Not many world class crowd pulling paintings, so it does not get too busy, but much on show is excellent and it gives a good lesson on the development of art in...More
Michelin Green Guide gives it 3*, equivalent to the Alcazar and the Cathedral and we cannot imagine why.
A charming, large former home with what Michelin claims is paintings second only to the Prado, we were done in about 20 minutes.
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Beautiful paintings inside a fine building, a gorgeous former convent with flower filled tiled cloisters and soaring painted domes. We only scratched the surface and headed for the "showstopper" galleries displaying the Murillos and Zurbarans, we only had a morning you could spend a lot...More
Beautiful art travel in the Spanish old masters collections. The museum is well maintained and big enough to enjoy few hours. Heard many good things about it and decided to give it a try. Make sure you check the Murillo exhibition. It was worth when...More
An outstanding collection of Spanish art from the 1400s on; particularly interesting 19th and 20th century paintings. Some good comparative Flemish paintings. The gardens, and interior detailing of tiles and furniture complement the collection.
Normally, I love visiting art galleries and can spend a few hours very happily. Clearly I was not in the mood today and although the buildings were superb and the work well presented, I was unmoved by what I saw. A few of the greats...More
This museum features the local old masters, especially Murillo, and hence is well stocked with portraits and religiously-themed works from the Renaissance; works since 1800 are fewer, but very charming. If you have little time for religious art, start at the top of the museum...More