Museo Evocativo Osvaldo Gasparini, San Antonio de Areco
(3/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
Museo Evocativo Osvaldo Gasparini is located in San Antonio de Areco. Use our San Antonio de Areco travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Museo Evocativo Osvaldo Gasparini and other attractions in San Antonio de Areco.
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  • We arrived at the Museum in the middle of a tremendous flood. Gasparini very kindly received us and showed us some of his works and told us about his father. I was whether it was rain or always does not equal, but there are very few works to be called Museum and little to do, immersed in a huge mess and a precarious state of conservation. We bought him one of their films and we went. Only fulfilled our expectations.
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  • It is a museum that shows especially Gasparini paintings, and other objects of the period, and antiques
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  • We were as to any other Museum, to see exhibitions, learn about the history of this town that left us amazed, see if there was any guide that could guide us into the... We entered a room in which pictures, some objects in time, books, photos are exposed. There were no people. Even there, we didn't know if continue to look, if we had to go to expect that someone 'authorize us"entry (as in income had a table with a box, a book and a Chair as if someone would take note of people who entered). It was all silence... We decided to go to the adjoining room and keep looking. More pictures, more objects, other furniture, photos and almost next to the door of a backyard a table with several paintings such as freshly made, "crayons" (so called me to the oil pastel...) Luis almost eat me raw lol. So many times I repeated oil pastels than because will I it know difernciar well), books and there appeared. Performing as Luis Gasparini. The same author of the drawings that we were appreciating in the room. Starting from there, we acted as guide telling the story of his family, his people, his own history. He told us several stories, color data, he showed us some objects that treasures, showed us his atelier, its small altar with figures and drawings of various passages of the Bible and to culminate, gave us a work you to which we reward a collaboration for his Museum. We treated very well, as if we knew of a lifetime. Made us feel comfortable, very comfortable, even made us feel that we (the tourists) are important for him (how many should learn this...).
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