A list of Museums and Art Galleries in the Spain

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A list of Museums and Art Galleries in Principality of Asturias

Principality of Asturias - Museums and Art Galleries in Principality of Asturias, including non-profit art centers and galleries, government entities, and private businesses.

Asturias Gold Museum Barrio San Nicolás, s/n, 33873 Navelgas, Asturias, Asturias Telephone: +34 985806018
The Asturias Gold Museum a museum dedicated to the mining and uses of gold, located in the town of Navelgas in the municipality ("concejo") of Tineo, Asturias, Spain. The museum is located on La Casona Capalleja in Navelgas, a town where gold has been mined since Roman times.
Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Centre Avda del Zinc, s/n 33490 Avilés Telephone: +34 984835031
The Niemeyer Centre is an open door to all types of art and cultural statements. Music, cinema, theatre, dance, exhibitions, gastronomy or words are the main characters in a multidisciplinary cultural programme in which excellence is the sole common denominator. It was born intending to become a reference in Ibero-American cultural management and a bridge between all its shores. Therefore, it was conceived as a magnet capable of attracting talent, knowledge and creativity, but also as a door opening Asturias to the world.
Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias 1 Santa Ana St. 33003 Oviedo Asturias Telephone: +34 985213061
The Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias (in Spanish): Museo de Bellas Artes de Asturias) is a museum in Oviedo, Asturias, Spain. It is situated within three buildings: the Palacio de Velarde, the House of Oviedo-Portal, and the House of Solís-Carbajal. The museum was conceived on 13 June 1844 by Royal Decree. The fine arts collection includes up to 10,000 inventoried items, with 350–400 on public display at one time. There are paintings by Spanish artists, highlighting those from Asturias, as well as those from foreign countries, such as Italian (like Umberto Pettinicchio) and Flemish painters. Sculptures, photographs, glass objects, and earthenware are also part of the permanent collection.
Juan Barjola Museum of Painting Calle Trinidad, 17, 33201 Gijón, Asturias Telephone: +34 985357939
The Juan Barjola Museum of Painting is a museum located in Gijon, principality of Asturias, Spain. The museum was inaugurated in 1988, after a donation by Juan Barjola of 104 works from the years 1950-1988. It is under the auspices of the Cultural Council of the Principality of Asturias. The museum is located in the Trinidad Complex, a four-storied historical building.
LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial Telephone: +34 985185577
LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial (Art and Industrial Creation Centre) is an exhibition centre in Gijón, Spain, for art, science, technology and advanced visual industries. It is also a venue for artistic and technological production, research investigation and training; and for the dissemination of new forms of art and industrial creation. The museum's programme of activities mirrors the changes society is undergoing and its immersion in contemporary visual culture.
Pinacoteca Eduardo Úrculo Calle Unión, 31, 33939 Langreo, Asturias Telephone: +34 984182858
The Pinacoteca Eduardo Úrculo is an arts center and municipal art gallery located on Calle La Union in La Felguera, Langreo, Asturias, Spain specializing in the period of the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939). It opened on 27 April 2007 and was formed by the Langreo City Council with donations from the Cultural Society La Carbonera. Named after the Basque painter and sculptor Eduardo Úrculo (Santurtzi, 1938 - Madrid, 2003), who specialized in portraying luggage, the gentleman's hat, and the female bottom, the museum honors his artistic and personal relationship with Langreo.
Sacred Art Museum of Tineo - Telephone: -
Sacred Art Museum of Tineo ((in Spanish): Museo de Arte Sacro de Tineo) is a sacred art museum in Tineo, Asturias, Spain. The museum is located in a 14th-century Roman Catholic church (known as the Convento de San Francisco del Monte because it formerly belonged to a Franciscan community), and is accessible via the AS-217 road.