Picasso Museum

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This magnificent museum is Picasso's tribute to the city where he trained as an artist and where he lived from 1895 up until leaving for Paris (1903). The major section contains a large number of little-known drawings dating from Picasso's early years. The collection of works up to his Blue Period highlights the evolution of his style and talent. The Las Meninas series, inspired by the famous painting by Velázquez, consists of no less than 58 extraordinary canvases.

Useful information

Address : 

Montcada 15

Phone:

+34 932 56 30 00

Opening hours

Tue-Wed and Fri‑Sun 9am-7pm, Thu 9am-9.30pm - closed Mon, 1 Jan, 1 May, 24 Jun, 25-26 Dec

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