New paints at the museum of Fine Arts of Seville
The Museum of Fine Arts in Seville, exposed indefinitely, several works of art from the church of Santa Maria La Blanca of our city, which is located in the stately and renowned neighborhood of Santa Cruz. The Church of Santa Maria La Blanca performs within it a methodical restoration, it is for this reason that the artworks have been relocated to the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville. Among the most important, we talk of three paintings on wood of Sevillian Luis de Vargas created in 1564 for the altarpiece of Mercy bearing the title, "San Francisco", "San Juan Bautista" and "La Piedad”. In turn, at the Museum of Fine Arts in our city, you can see these three works together with some others of the same author and the same period, all of them in the room III to that museum. The exposure period is as already mentioned indefinite, the opening hours of the Museum of Fine Arts in Seville are Tuesday to Saturday from 09:00 to 20:30 and on Sundays from 9:00 to 14:30 hours. Admission is free for residents of the countries of the European community and 1.50 euro for visitors from the rest of the world. Find the best deals and promotions in the hotels in Seville center close to the Museum of Fine Arts and take advantage to visit this exposition.