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This museum was opened in 1976, and is devoted to the preservation and exhibition of works by Venezuelan artists from ... More
Galería de Arte Nacional (GAN)
This museum was opened in 1976, and is devoted to the preservation and exhibition of works by Venezuelan artists from Colonial times to present day. The Permanent Collection includes relevant names from the 19th Century like Arturo Michelena, Cristobal Rojas, Martin Tovar y Tovar and Tito Salas; among later artists are Francisco Narvaez and Hector Poleo, plus a vast selection of works by Armando Reveron. Present Venezuelan art is represented by Alejandro Otero, Francisco Hung, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Jacobo Borges, Regulo Perez, Meyer Vaisman and other great creators. The museum also presents temporary exhibitions coming from public or private collections.
This was the residence of the Marquis of Toro, a very dear friend of Bolivar's and his staunch defender at
all times. It was also the residence of the Liberator for several years. Its colonial architecture provides the perfect ...
The Luis Miro Quesada Garland hall is commonly known as the Galería de la Municipalidad de Miraflores (Miraflores Municipal Gallery).
Located in the Municipality building, opposite Avenida Larco and some fifty meters from the Parque Central, it is one ...
Founded in 1937, the National Museum for Decorative Art is the former palatial mansion of the wealthy Argentine Errázuriz Alvear
family. The interiors of this lavish building retain the French inspired architectural floor plan and embellishments. The expansive underground ...