The Sacred Art Museum of Funchal (Portuguese: Museu de Arte Sacra do Funchal) is located in the Episcopal Palace of Funchal, Madeira. It is made up of collections of painting, sculpture, goldsmithery and paramentaria from the 15th to 19th centuries. In particular, it includes Early Netherlandish painting from the 15th and 16th centuries, which reached Madeira in the 16th century in the so-called golden age of sugar production. The Flemish panels are distinguished not only by their high quality but also by the large dimensions, uncommon in the museums of Europe. Also worthy of mention is the collection of Flemish sculpture, especially from Mechelen and Antwerp.
Museu de Arte Sacra do Funchal
|Established||1 July 1955|
|Location||Sé, Funchal, Madeira|
|Director||João Henrique Silva|
- "Museu de Arte Sacra do Funchal". Retrieved 7 February 2017.