If you have the time, an interest in discovering a bit more into a person known as "painter of the unimaginable", this is a good place to visit. A "must see" by no means more of a pleasure should you be of the museum visiting sort.
This interior of the building should be opened up, the gift shop is missing a huge monetary potential and the foundation needs to have more items on display. This man was crazy good and prolific. It's almost shameful they don't detail his life a bit more. The staff should visit the Evita museum to see how it is done - in terms of presenting the personality of a person with a rich background history.
This place is quite, the staff is distant, and the visit is nice enough. It is off the beaten track but worth it if you have the time.
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