Romanesque art—as well as an extraordinary collection of Gothic art—makes the National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) one of Europe’s major museums and the largest medieval art museum in Spain. Its collection of Art Nouveau, an extraordinarily productive period in Catalan art, is another one of its treasures. The MNAC covers a thousand years of European art, from the 10th to the 20th century. Beyond painting and sculpture, in its rich and varied collections, the visitor will find art objects, drawings, engravings, stamp collections and, of course, photographs.
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