Museo Cruz Herrera

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Museo Cruz Herrera
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Museo Cruz Herrera
Established1975
Coordinates36°09′37.2″N 5°21′03.8″W / 36.160333°N 5.351056°W / 36.160333; -5.351056Coordinates: 36°09′37.2″N 5°21′03.8″W / 36.160333°N 5.351056°W / 36.160333; -5.351056
TypeArt museum, Design/Textile Museum, Historic site
Websitewww.museocruzherrera.com

Museo José Cruz Herrera is a museum in La Línea de la Concepción, Spain. Established in 1975, it is named after José Cruz Herrera who is known for his portraits.

Description[edit]

The idea for the museum happened in the artist's lifetime as it built on his strong relationship with his place of birth. After he died in 1972, his children completed the project adding works that they owned to the 100 identified for the inaugural collection. The museum was in the Casa de la Cultura within the Plaza de Fariñas which opened on 6 April 1975, but since January 2016 has moved to its current location.[1] The museum has over 201 of Cruz Herrera's works which are sorted into four rooms under the titles of "First epoch", "Andalusian", "Arab" and "Anthology".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Museo Cruz Harrera". Saatchi gallery. Retrieved 16 June 2013.
  2. ^ "Introducción al Museo". Museo Cruz Herrera. Retrieved 20 October 2012.

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