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We were expecting a broad range of art. Whilst this was not untrue, the majority of the art work on display had a deeply religious slant. It was almost like a chronology of religious art through each of century.
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This is one of those annoying museums that don't allow photos, when some of the world's greatest art museums do. It's annoying and inexplicable because you can't even buy good quality copies of the art works.
We did enjoy learning about the linkages between Spanish...More
Its was a good experience to see old paintings about different roman catholic topics. Multimedia videos explain the paintings and the catholic ideas about sin and salvation. Take pictures is not possible in this museum. The only problem with the bolivian museums is they dont...More
For only BS20, this is a great pace to visit and experience historical and modern Bolivian art, as well as see a very impressive building. The galleries are well laid out, but the more modern exhibits are a bit baffling. The central courtyard is very...More
The building itself is really amazing with its carved stone columns and alabaster fountain in the court yard. The museum has a wonderful collection of viceregal art, as well as some examples of pre-columbian artifacts and modern Bolivian art. This is a museum for those...More
This was a bit disappointing place. No information in english, the videos shown where in spanish as well, poor representation of pre-hispanic art, two rooms of modern bolivian art. If you're into religious art, this is the place for you. No photos allowed.