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Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales, Montevideo
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Acquaint yourself with the works of local Uruguayan artists at Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales. Since its inauguration in 1911, the museum has hosted vast permanent collections of famous Uruguayan artists' work, as well as numerous temporary foreign exhibits. View more than 6,000 pieces by Uruguayan painters, among them Rafael Barradas, Pedro Figari, and Jose Cuneo. In addition, you'll see a selection of artworks by Picasso, Rodin, Klee, and other international artists. Admire the paintings, sculptures, photographs, and sketches, and rest in the peaceful garden area. Use our Montevideo trip itinerary builder to visit Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales on your trip to Montevideo, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Como todo museu de Montevideu, ele é um museu bem pequeno. Mas nem por isso deixa de ser interessante. Possui diversas obras de artistas contemporâneos além de ser lindo em arquitetura e visual. É gra... read more »Like any Museum of Montevideo, he is a very small museum. But that doesn't stop being interesting. It features several works by contemporary artists as well as being beautiful in architecture and visual. Is free.show original
O museu é bem legal pois fica dentro do Parque Rodó então dá pra fazer dois passeios de uma vez só. Ele nos dá um bom panorama histórico e e atual das artes visuais no Uruguai.The Museum is pretty cool because it is inside the Parque Rodó then you can do two tours at once. He gives us a good history and Visual Arts and in Uruguay.show original
Dommage, je misais beaucoup sur la visite de ce musée et malheureusement j'ai mal choisi mon jour de visite (ou plutôt période en l'occurrence) puisqu'une seule salle d'exposition était ouverte au pub... read more »Too bad, I was really on a visit to this museum rooting and unfortunately I picked the wrong my day of visit (or rather period in this case) as a single showroom was opened to the public, the other four rooms being under renovation... It's a shame because the little that I could see was enticing (especially a Braque)...show original
It's a small one but packs a lot of nice art. Make sure to visit the Juan Manuel Blanes section.
National museum of fine arts.
Local artist, not necessarily recent. Free. A bit small.
Mauricio CapoInteresting temporary exhibitions, permanent works of great value.show original
Hernan BowleyVery good exhibitions. And for the Pokemon Go players. 7 stops virtually together.show original
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