Barcelona

Spain



Address:
Diputació, 250
Spain
08007 Barcelona
Phone: + 34 93 272 31 80
Fax: + 34 93 272 31 81
Website: http://www.fundacionfgodi

Fundación Francisco Godia

The Fundación Francisco Godia is the home of the Francisco Godia Collection, one of the most important private collections in Spain. It specializes in mediaeval art, ceramics and modern painting.


 Permanent Collection Highlights (3)

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Permanent Collection

The Francisco Godia Collection, one of the most important in Spain, embraces a wide period, from the 12th century to the present. Specialized in Mediaeval sculpture and painting, it has a fund of more than 500 pieces of Spanish pottery from the 14th to the 19th centuries, and an important selection of modern art with works by artists such as Ramon Casas, Isidre Nonell, Joaquín Sorolla or José Gutiérrez Solana.


Exhibitions

THE FUNDACIÓN FRANCISCO GODIA IS CLOSED FOR WORKS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 2008.


Previous Exhibitions

From Fortuny to Barcelo. Collecting in the generation of Francisco Godia.
From March 9th until June 24th

The art furniture-making in Imperial China. From 2nd century BC to 18th century.
From February 21st to June 20th 2006

From art noveau to avant-garde: Drawings from the Francisco Godia Collection
From February 8th to June 30th of 2005

Great Lamas of Tibet. The art of portrait in bronze. 13th - 19th centuries
From October 20th 2004 to January 5th 2005




Cost

4,50 €


Opening hours

Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm. Closed on Tuesday


Getting there

Metro station: Passeig de Gràcia (L3, L4)


Facilities

Bookshop, hire of space


Museum internal and external photos (2)

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Education

Children's workshop every Saturday, from March 24th to June 23rd


Groups

Guided visits on Saturdays and Sundays at 12pm