Museo Romantico Madrid

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    Museo Romántico

    Madrid's Romantic Museum (El Museo Romántico) was created by Don Benigno de la Vega-Inclán y Flaquer, the second Marquis of Vega Inclán (1858-1942), and was donated to the state 1921.

    It is located in a characteristic 18th century palace in the heart of the city, housing Romanticism exhibits, including important pieces by the leading artists of the time. Other works on display include 19th century decorative objects, while the most famous masters featured in the collection include Goya, Federico de Madrazo, and Leonardo Alenza.

    The museum captures the essence of Madrid's 19th century middle-class life through its furniture, china, pianos, and other household objects spread through several rooms.

    Portraits of the royal family, military and political leaders, and of popular artists of the time decorate the walls. Some of those artists include Salvador Gutierrez, Ribera, and

    Famous writers used to gather in the ballroom for literary evenings, and you may also visit the room dedicated to the life of romantic novelist Mariano Jose de Larra. Other writers who gathered here include Martinez Campos, Bequer, and Campoamor.

    Address: C/ San Mateo, 13, 28004 Madrid
    Tel: 91 448 01 63
    Opening hours:
    - Temporarily closed to the public. Open in Spring 2009
    Metro: Tribunal





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