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There are just a couple of rooms from what used to be a regal colonial mansion converted into the art gallery, but the richness of the works in these two rooms makes this a must-see while in Arequipa. Palao is my favorite as his style...More
Visiting this magnificently restored building, used as an exhibition center by the current property (a bank), I became interested in families who have owned it since its origin (eighteenth century); and in particular to that - of British origin - of Ricketts, who owned it...More
This colonial mansion has been bought and restored by a bank, which uses its venues, but reserved three rooms for a small museum with (very representative) peruvian painters. During bank office hours this mansion is free to visit. The architecture is really impressive. It just...More
Whilst this is technically a bank, it makes a pleasant change for such an institution to make its art collection available for free viewing by the general public. You do not even need to use the bank facilities.
We stopped for a short visit at this colonial home, which is currently a BBVA bank branch. They have a small exhibit with art from the region that describes the history of the house in a few rooms around a central courtyard. This definitely isn't...More