Museo Julio Romero De Torres, Cordoba
(3.9/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
At Museo Julio Romero De Torres, immerse yourself in the works of the Córdoba native, known for his sensual portraits of women, particularly of Romani origin. In six themed rooms in Romero de Torres’ former home, admire his paintings on display, including little-known early studies for his most famous works. The art is set among the artist’s personal items and furniture, giving you a sense of the way he lived. Discover some of his tapestries hanging by the staircase. As well as Romero de Torres’ own paintings, you can see impressions of him by other artists. Using our online itinerary creator, Cordoba attractions like Museo Julio Romero De Torres can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Despite being small, it has some great paintings! Pity that the lights are installed incorrectly and reflect and prevent enjoy the works of this genius of Cordoba. Highly recommended!
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  • 4.50€ to see an exhibition where few pictures are impressive. In 15 minutes you have seen everything. Most recommended is the Museum on the square which is free.
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  • Any guide you read about Cordoba will highlight with pride what it means for Cordoba Julio Romero de Torres. For this reason, we wanted to visit the Museum of the artist without hesitation (in addition, is in one of the squares with more history of the city). However, we had a small disappointment. Not the work, which seems to be spectacular, but rather details as bad lighting and the abusive price of admission. Unless you call you much attention the artist (like us), we do not recommend it. That Yes, you can enter the garden of the Museum and view from the outside the House where the artist lived.
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  • The Museum is very well-equipped with its rooms painted in blood red. It is still so small that it does not justify the price of admission. To make matters worse we can't photos to the pictures. In the end... is a small disappointment, considering that it is only (from the very best of the master) "La piconera" and "Grace". You have photos of the courtyard which is very nice.
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  • After much walking around Cordoba I thanked him for the visit was not very long. It is a quick overview of the work of this master of painting.
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  • I agree, obligation to see it.
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  • Rather it is a House-Museum. His catalogue of works is limited, but of a very high quality. It is worth visiting it since its price is reduced. There is the famous Chiquita Piconera of the cordovan painter.
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  • Compulsory visit.
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