Museo De Bellas Artes, Seville
About Museo De Bellas Artes, Seville
Museo De Bellas Artes, Seville - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Plaza del Museo, 9, 41001 Seville, Spain
Ticket Price: 2 EUR
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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The Seville Museum of Fine Arts mostly contains exhibits from 17th century artists. One of the best exhibitions here is the Julio Romero des Torres, one of the best modern artists of Andalusia; his paintings are simultaneously idyllic and sensuous. Also to watch out for are the works by masters from the Classical Spanish School of Paintings. Charming staff, shay courtyards, good architecture, and a delightful gift shop make this a nice little stop. There’s a particularly famous painting: Death of the Maestro, that seems to affect everyone who looks at it. Going around the place is simple enough, its pretty small, despite it’s beauty.
Museo De Bellas Artes Ticket Prices
- Price: 1.50 Euro
- Free: European Union Citizens with corresponding proof; Students with International Student Card; Members of ICOM.
Museo De Bellas Artes Opening and Closing Hours
- Access to the museum is not permitted 15 minutes before closing time except in temporary exhibition.
- Public holidays: 9am – 3:00pm
How To reach Museo De Bellas Artes by Public Transport
- Plaza de Armas
- Nearby bus station: Monsalve (Miguel de Carvajal), El Silencio
Restaurants Near Museo De Bellas Artes
- Zamakolako Errota
- Panko 2011 S.L.
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Wonderful building, worth going just to stroll through its courtyards and the specular Sala 5. The art itself lacks a little variety, and there are few real show stoppers, but there was plenty of interesting and engagingly presented religious art. A small exhibition about engravings of Seville had a lot of interesting work, and was a window into the history of the city. The art fair outside on a Sunday was a perfect accompaniment, really setting off the attractive square on which the museum is situated
Excellent collection of impressive pieces from the 1400s onwards. Entry free, but have €1 handy for the bag lockers. Good descriptions of artists available in Spanish around the building, but buy a €3 guide if you don't speak the language. Beautiful architecture too.
Beautiful setting, calm, relaxed and free for Euro citizens. Well worth a visit. Lockers are free. Thinking of going late to see the building and courtyards lit.
A very interesting collection from the 15th to 17th centuries, and made all the more poignant here as the collection concentrates on masters connected with the Sevillian school. Even if art is not your thing its worth the €1.50 entrance fee to take a look at the building and its courtyards. When you leave, take time to stroll through the small park outside where lesser-known artists and students gather to sell their (surprisingly good) paintings and sculptures.
This is a beautiful building with a lovely courtyard with lots of beautiful paintings by artists from Sevlle (and other artists) over the centuries.
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