This gallery is in a beautiful Art Deco building. I'm not convinced all the exhibition is art nouveau and displays are overly represented by some artists and craftsman. However is was a welcome interlude between churches!
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This is one Place I would say you have to visit, It is breath taking once you are inside We loved every minute walking around and looking at the stained glass windows, dolls fans glass wear, we were in there for a couple of hours
This is a very well arranged museum with a wide range of exhibits from the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles. We were particularly impressed by the large collection of glass from the period which includes many...More
This museum as well as a most beautiful building with wonderful stained glass windows houses an incredible collection of dolls, many quite large, from last century. Some are clockwork. Do watch the video to see the clockwork ones as they are in display cases. Also...More
There was a small queue for the museum to open in the morning which surprised us. But while we were waiting we stumbled across a "secret" garden very close by, where we wandered around. A lovely building with two stunning facades, one stone and one...More
The building is almost as interesting as the content, do make sure you have a coffee in the Café de Lis. If you are interested in early dolls this museum has an excellent collection of pre 1900 examples.
Not a big fan if art nouveau,however we found this museum fascinating. Pieces of furniture, sculptures, glassware and porcelain. Also a very absorbing doll collection. All in a very lovely building with loads of art nouveau features. Have a drink or a bite to eat...More
Lots of figurines. Some paintings, which I liked, and an extensive exhibit of Goya etchings about the horrors of war. Very gruesome. The Goya exhibition is not permanent, I believe. There is stained glass, but it was ok.
An interesting collection in a beautiful building gives a lesson in the decorative arts of the early 20th Century. The bronzes and Chryselephantine figurines are especially noteworthy, as are the glasses of Lalique and Gallé. It's easy to browse and stop when something takes your...More
Salamanca is know for its history, universities and old town, but to our surprise there is also a fantastic Art Nouveau museum located in a fantastic house in the same style, that was lucky saved from demolition, as so often was the case. They have...More