Seville Museum of Fine Arts, Seville

Categories: Art Museums, Architectural Buildings, Museums, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
Housed in an ornate former convent dating back to 1594, Seville Museum of Fine Arts features works by mostly Spanish artists from the medieval period until the early 20th century. A collection of paintings from the Golden Age of Sevillian painting, which dates to the 17th century and includes pieces by Zurbarán, Murillo, and Leal, serves as the highlight. The works are arranged chronologically throughout the museum, helping you see the development of Spanish painting over a handful of centuries. If you’re traveling with children, ask ahead of time about family programs. Put Seville Museum of Fine Arts at the forefront of your travel plans using our Seville family vacation planner.
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  • We really enjoyed this museum, you can get quite close to the paintings and look at how the artists used their brushes (unlike National Galley in London). Lots of beautiful and touching works. Definit...  read more »
  • Is very small and has not met my expectations. The exhibition was somewhat boring only the building was really super nice.
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  • Mostly old religious paintings/sculptures rescued from monastaries etc., interesting but not really for me 
  • The paintings are awesome. But too many paintings with religion themes. ..also the devil is captured under the form of dogs or clowns. It's an interesting perspective. I didn't expect to see this specific theme all over...
  • I'm sure the museum is fantastic, but I didn't get to see the inside because the opening hours are incorrect on Google. During summer the museum closes at 3.30pm!
  • Great collection of fine arts.
  • Impressive collection of arts from different periods. Nice architecture.
  • The art market out in the square on Sunday mornings is worth a visit.
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