This collection of Spanish art is impressive. As one may expect, it is heavy on catholic iconography ; one can have too many saints with spaced-out expressions gazing heavenward !
But do press on, as some of the later work on the first floor covers wider ranging subjects.
The museum is housed in an old convent and is itself a delightful place to be in. The stand-out feature is the nun's chapel which was 'decorated' by Murillo with some huge and impressive works.
If you only have time for one thing after the Alcazar, seek this place out and give the cathedral a miss (big, gloomy and baroque).
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