Fine Arts academy
Reopened in 1986, it houses an important collection that contains more than 1,400 paintings, 600 sculptures and 15,000 drawings, as well as an outstanding collection of decorative art pieces.
The permanent collection includes masterpieces in Spanish, Italian and Flemish art.
From 1780 onwards, Goya was a member of the Academy and the Museum now holds 13 of his paintings.
Among others the permanent collection includes artwork by Zurbaran, Ribera, Leandro Bassano, Rubens and Mengs
19th century Spanish art is represented by Vicente López, José and Federico de Madrazo. Other movements, such as Romanticism is represented by Esquivel.
The 20th century is well represented since it provides a general overview of contemporary art. All the artistic movements of the 20th century can be studied, from works by Sorolla and Cecilio Plá, Sotomayor, Vázquez Díaz, Benjamín Palencia and Lozano, to the modern avant-garde movements..
Ordinary entrance ticket: 5€.
Tuesday to Saturday from 9h to 15h.
Sundays and public holidays from 9h to 14:30h.
Closed on Mondays.