Fine Arts Provincial Museum
Inaugurated on May 3, 1972, at 634, San Juan Street, housed by a building raised in the late nineteenth century, the Dr. Juan Ramón Vidal Fine Arts Provincial Museum is the synthesis of Colonial and Contemporary art.
Inside, it features two rooms for permanent exhibitions and another one for temporary shows where visitors will find works signed by well-known artists such as Foujita, Petorutti, Fernando Fader, Benito Quinquela Martín, Pío Collivadino and Vicente Forte, to name a few.
Its art gallery shelters around 350 pieces obtained through legacies, donations, acquisitions, awards and as some works in custody, owned by regional collectors
It is important to point out that the set of assets that make up the library once owned by Dr. Vidal –former governor of the province and national senator- is used by the city high-school students for reference.
Works signed by well-known artists
Synthesis of Colonial and Contemporary art
Details of an era
Legacies, donations, acquisitions, awards
Besides, the museum has a drawing and painting workshop for children over 3 which works every afternoon except on Saturdays, when it is open in the morning.
Marcelo Sola / Marcelo Sola
Opening hours: Tuesdays thru Fridays from 9am to 12pm and from 5pm to 8pm. Saturdays from 8am to 12pm.
How to get here: San Juan Nº 634Tel.54 3783 436722
Bear in mind: Admission is free.