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Calle Alcalá, 13
Madrid 28014




Real Academia De Bellas Artes De San Fernando

El Museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, currently features over 1,400 paintings, 600 sculptures and 15,000 drawings, plus an excellent collection of decorative arts made by tapestries, silverware, pottery, porcelain, clocks, furniture and medals. Each section has its own inventory, as well as countless studies and publications relating to each of the works.

Opened in 1752 during the reign of Fernando VI, today the museum's 59 rooms showcase a broad representation of the collection, which offers a rich variety of the work of artists who formed the Bellas Artes.


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