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Museo Goya - Colección Ibercaja, Zaragoza
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La colección no es nada del otro mundo, pues las principales obras de Goya se encuentran en otros museos más grandes, pero esperaba una labor más esmerada a la hora de presentar al artista zaragozano.... read more »The collection is not of this world, because the major works of Goya found in other large museums, but hoped to work more careful when it comes to presenting the Zaragoza artist. It had been well they incidiesen not so much in his work, but in his life or training period. The quality Museum leaves enough that wish. Lighting is pretty bad, affects the larger pictures and takes them shines, making quite the appreciation of the work. Explanatory panels of the rooms have too much expansion, the letter is quite small and rather boring development, something that quite difficult reading to the visitor. The engravings room seems that they left a grassland in information but with a poor outcome. The engravings are placed in glass cases and note that they have had special care with lighting for good conservation of these. However, the explanation for each of the prints are placed in very elevated, very above panels view media visitors, which is are illuminating (and becoming visible) as the person progresses to seeing the engravings. A priori this may seem very spectacular, but the reality is that eyes tired immediately and refuse to read the information, it is not to be few engravings that houses the Hall. I only recommend the visit to see the prints, I think wonderful although placed in a bad environment. As well, which is interested will be better that you schedule your visit for the second Sunday of each month, since admission is free because, of course, the € 4 that ordinarily charge input seems exorbitant for what little they have to offer to the public, this museum.show original
de peinture et/ou de sculpture,qui ne connait pas Goya...même moi qui n'aime pas et ai seulement accompagnè ma femme,je connais et j'ai apprécié...mon bémol est,comme beaucoup trop dans cette ville,on... read more »painting and sculpture, who does not know Goya... even who dislikes and have only accompanied my wife, I know and I enjoyed... my downside is, like too much in this town, forbidden you photos... €4 entrance even when...show original
Nous avons été accueilli par une charmante demoiselle qui nous a expliqué au mieux le contenu de la visite et qui nous a remis nos audio-guides. Belles oeuvres de Goya, de ceux qui l'ont inspiré et de... read more »We were welcomed by a lovely lady who explained to us at best the content of the visit and who gave us our audio guides. Beautiful works of Goya, who inspired him and those who are inspired to. The hall dedicated to engravings merit alone, a good time to visit because comments on the life of the time such as wanted to describe it Goya through his engravings (Los Caprichos, very de Mayo, the disasters of war) really helps to understand the political and religious context (inquisition) in Spain during the second half of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. The interest of the visitor to this room will depend on the length of the visit... But one thing is certain, the asking price for the visit can be described as beneficial. Definitely recommend... Note, "Ibercaja" is usually a guarantee of quality.show original
Great museum - the English audio guide was very helpful. I particularly enjoyed Goyas drawings, which reflect a tragically violent period of Spanish / French history with eye whitness accuracy.
Lako GigarExcellent Museum: unique in the world that exposes the complete collection of the five series of engravings made by Francisco de Goya, as well as a very good collection of paintings of the same author, and authors anterior and posterior until the 20th century. They reopened at the end of February 2015 and the leap in quality in terms of the exhibited works, public and visiting services is certainly quite noticeable. It is the only Museum of Zaragoza which is open at noon. Advisable to also go with children: have audio guides and tablets with videos, all very educational (don't miss child audiovisual room video, just great!). In addition, offer all the explanations and contents of the audio-guides in Spanish, English and French. In conclusion, very highly recommended, the truth.show original
Philippe Petit-HugonA large number of works by Goya, paintings and collections of drawings.show original
Estef AlménIt is the only museum that exposes all the engravings of Goya. That Yes, we must take into account that the exposed prints are reproductions, not the originals. Even so, the exhibition allows knowing the different themes present in the work of Goya and understanding his artistic evolution. In addition to prints, the Museum's collections have other permanent and temporary Collections. The entrance is free.show original
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