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Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao

The Annunciation, El Greco

The Little Village Girl with Red Carnation, Adolfo Guiard

The Ship's Boy, Adolfo Guiard

The Café, Ricardo Balaca

The Baile de Capellanes, Ricardo Balaca

Tristan and Isolde (Death), Rogelio de Egusquiza

Lot and His Daughters, Orazio Gentileschi

The Sacrifice of Isaac, Pedro de Orrente

Synchrony in Green, Paul Serusier

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The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum (Spanish: Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Basque: Bilboko Arte Ederren Museoa) is an art museum located in the city of Bilbao, Spain. The building of the museum is located entirely inside the city's Doña Casilda Iturrizar park.

It is the second largest and most visited museum in the Basque Country, after the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum[1] and one of the richest Spanish museums outside Madrid. It houses a valuable and quite comprehensive collection of Basque, Spanish and European art from the Middle Ages to contemporary, including paintings by old masters like El Greco, Cranach, Murillo, Goya, Van Dyck, Ruisdael and Bellotto, together with 19th century and modern: Sorolla, Mary Cassatt, Gauguin, Henri Le Sidaner, James Ensor, Peter Blake and Francis Bacon.

History

The collection of the present Bilbao Fine Arts Museum originated with the merger of the collections from the first Museo de Bellas Artes, inaugurated in 1914, and the Museo de Arte Moderno (Museum of Modern Art) in 1924. Contributions from local institutions, from private individuals and the museum's own acquisitions helped to shape the essential profile of the collection and oriented its subsequent growth.
Collection

Notable for the lengthy period it covers (from the 12th century to the present day) and the extraordinary variety of art works acquired since its inception, the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum collection currently boasts more than six thousand works including paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings and objects from the decorative arts.
Essential works
José de Ribera - St. Sebastian cured by the Holy Women - c. 1621
Paul Gauguin- Washerwomen in Arles - c. 1888
Francisco de Zurbarán - The Virgin with the Child Jesus and the Child St. John - c. 1662
Jan Mandijn - Burlesque Feast - c. 1550

Adolfo Guiard (eu): Village Girl with Red Carnation - c. 1903
Alberto Sánchez: Figures in a Landscape - c. 1960–1962
Ambrosius Benson: Pietà at the Foot of the Cross, (fragment) - c. 1530
Anonymous, Catalan: Descent and The Flood or Noah's Ark - last third of the 13th century
Anthony van Dyck: Lamentation over the Dead Christ - c. 1634–1640
Antoni Tàpies: Great Oval or Painting - c. 1955
Antonis Mor (Anthonis van Dashort): Portrait of Philip II - c. 1549–1550
Aurelio Arteta: The Bridge at Burceña - c. 1925–1930
Bartolomé Bermejo: Flagellation of Saint Engracia - c. 1474–1478
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo: St. Lesmes - c. 1655
Bernardo Bellotto: Landscape with Palace or Architectural Capriccio with Palace - c. 1765–1766
Darío de Regoyos: Bathing in Rentería. Soir Eléctrique - c. 1899
Diego de la Cruz (painter) (es): Christ of Pity - c. 1485
Eduardo Chillida: Around the Vacuum I - c. 1964
El Greco (Domenikos Theotokópoulos): The Annunciation - c. 1596–1600
Francis Bacon: Lying Figure in Mirror - c. 1971
Francisco de Goya: Portrait of Martín Zapater - c. 1797
Francisco de Zurbarán: The Virgin with the Child Jesus and the Child St. John - c. 1662
Francisco Durrio: Head of Christ - c. 1895–1896
Ignacio Zuloaga: Portrait of Countess Mathieu de Noailles - c. 1913
Jan Mandijn (or Mandyn): Burlesque Feast - c. 1550
Joaquín Sorolla: The Relic - c. 1893
Jorge Oteiza: Portrait of an armed Gudari (basque soldier) called Odysseus - c. 1975
José de Ribera: St. Sebastian cured by the Holy Women - c. 1621
José Gutiérrez Solana: On the Game - c. 1915–1917
Juan de Arellano: Basket of Flowers - c.1671
Lucas Cranach the Elder: Lucrecia - c. 1530
Luis Fernández: Head of Dead Bull - c. 1939
Luis Meléndez: Still-Life with Fruit and Jug - c. 1773
Luis Paret y Alcázar: View of the Arenal at Bilbao - c. 1783–1784
Marten de Vos: The Abduction of Europa - c. 1590
Mary Cassatt: Woman seated with a child in her arms - c. 1890
Michel Erhart: Saint Ana, the Virgin and Child - c. 1485–1490
Orazio Gentileschi: Lot and his Daughters - c. 1628
Óscar Domínguez: Le Chasseur - c. 1933
Paul Cézanne: Bathers - c. 1896–1898
Paul Gauguin: Washerwomen in Arles - c. 1888
Robert Delaunay: Nude Woman Reading - c. 1920
Utagawa Kunisada: Kabuki Actor as Wood cutter - c. 1815

References

"Museos de Bellas Artes a examen". Consumer Eroski. 2010. Archived from the original on 20 July 2011. Retrieved 2011-06-22.

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