We spent about two hours in the museum enjoying the furniture and decorations as much as the art work itself. We had never heard of Robert Brady before we arrived in Cuernavaca--what an interesting and eccentric artist he must have been. The collection is quite impressive including Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, African and Native American objets d'art, etc. We also appreciated Brady's own portraits of Peggy Guggenheim and Josephine Baker. This is a museum that is especially well-organized--each room had very helpful guides to identify every single painting, sculpture, mask, etc. The museum is just the right size for a two-hour visit with enough diversity to occupy the attention of a wide-variety of visitors. I should add that the curator was extraordinarily helpful -- he generously answered all of our many questions and offered a few wonderful anecdotes of his own.
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