This museum had had restauration works for quite a while and we ended up not going anymore. But recently we did and we were so rewarded! You stroll around the place, from patio to patio in this former convento de la merced, in a very andalusian atmosphere with the alternance between cool and hot, shade and light. And whenever you enter one of the buildings, especially the former church, and if you love baroque, you cannot but keep your breath with awe at the fabulous collections. From the mannerist Pacheco to the naturalist Juan de Ruelas (Mohedano, Uceda, etc.) you admire your way forward to some of the greatest masters of Sevillian baroque: the intense, spiritualistic Zurbaran, the lively, sensuous Murillo and the dynamic, powerful Valdes Real.
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