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Really enjoyed the visit to this museum, I knew nothing of Gargallo before visiting but was very impressed by his various skills, he could pursue traditional sculpture alongside a much more experimental mindset. Really worth a visit.
We had to wait for this museum to reopen after their lunchtime siesta or just break. But it was definitely worthwhile as we enjoyed the visit very much Set in a classic building some of the sculptures were really outstanding as much of the paintings....More
I thought this museum, housed in a beautiful former palaccio and school, was just superb. The bronzes are brilliantly executed and brilliantly displayed. Once you have finished, there are some nice little shady cafes in the square outside
This museum is a must visit for anyone who likes sculpture. Pablo Gargallo was a master in Bronze casting. The museum itself is beautiful but it is Gargallo's work that is the real treasure here. His works do not hit or miss, each sculpture is...More
Stumbled into this museum, escaping the rain to find that we had 7 floors of museum to ourselves. Great permanent collection of modern sculptures and at the time the temp exhibition of Pablo Gargallo early work in pastel and charcoal. Had no idea who he...More
The museum shows some of Goya's works along with his contempories. Of interest is the exhibition of prints, (some of which are macabre), which have a proximity screen describing the prints in detail in english.
The ignorance is purely mine, never having come across the admirable Pablo Gargallo, but the bliss is in discovering his works through this wonderful building and dedicated collection.
We were drawn in simply by the poster. The staff were friendly and helpful, as was an...More
I have to confess that I'd never heard of the artist Pablo Gargallo. He was mainly a sculptor who was very prolific and worked with the likes of Picasso. He was from Zaragoza but lived in Paris. He also exhibited in the U.S. What amazed...More
I'd never heard of Gargallo before this visit, & not normally a huge fan of sculpture, but I thoroughly enjoyed this museum & found it one of the most interesting things I saw in Zaragoza. Not only did Gargallo make traditional bronze figures, but also...More