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The Museum of Fine Arts of Seville (Spanish: Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla) is a museum in Seville, Spain, a collection of mainly Spanish visual arts from the medieval period to the early 20th century, including a choice selection of works by artists from the so-called Golden Age of Sevillian painting during the 17th century, such as Murillo, Zurbarán, Francisco de Herrera the younger, and Valdés Leal.
Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla
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The building itself was built in 1594. The institution of the provincial museum of Seville was created in September 1835. Items were moved to the museum in the ensuing years. The building it is housed in was originally home to the convent of the Order of the Merced Calzada de la Asunción, founded by St. Peter Nolasco during the reign of Ferdinand III. Extensive remodeling in the early 17th century was led by the architect Juan de Oviedo y de la Bandera.
Painters and sculptors of MuseumEdit
- Moya Valgañón, José Gabriel (2011). "Sobre los inicios del Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla" (PDF). Berceo. Logroño: Instituto de Estudios Riojanos (161): 11–29. ISSN 0210-8550.
- Museum Website
- Virtual tour of the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville provided by Google Arts & Culture
- Media related to Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla at Wikimedia Commons