Museum of Segovia
The Museum was created in 1842. Its works come from the convents removed with the sale of church lands. Among its collections are two Celtiberian sculptures of wild boars, Roman mosaics, Visigothic enamels, a series of panels by Castilian and Flemish painters from the 15th and 16th centuries, and leading coin collections. It also possesses glass from La Granja de San Ildefonso, religious sculpture, engravings by Durero and Rembrandt.
Museum of Contemporary Art Esteban Vicente
Tuesday to Saturday, from 11:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 19:00. Sundays and public holidays from 11:00 to 14:00.Closed on Mondays.
The building of the Museum has undergone exquisite architectural remodelisation, it was the Palace of Henry IV and its construction was remounted in 1455. It also has a garden with a Renaissance chapel with a Mudejar coffered ceiling.
The Palace of Henry IV amasses the works of art of the artist Esteban Vicente born in Turégano. A collection that is made up of 45 oil paintings, 25 collages, 51 drawings, and 16 small sculptures. This museum opens its doors to temporary exhibitions of contemporary art by other artists. The Museum has an extraordinary anthological exhibition by Esteban Vicente (1903), the only Spanish member of the abstract expressionism school in New York.
Entrance fee € 2.4. On Thursdays admission is free.
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