Dedicated to Argentine art, especially from the first half of the 20th century, the museum, located in a picturesque house, contains more than 4200 works, including paintings, tapestries, engravings and drawings. There are works from Spilimbergo, Badii, Berni and Pettoruti, among others, a sculpture patio and specialized library. Eduardo Sívori (1847-1918) was a painter and engraver.
The earliest works date back to the late nineteenth century. More recent pieces have been added to the museum’s collection through the Manuel Belgrano Prize, a competition that recognizes artists from around the country.
Open 12pm - 7pm, Tuesday - Friday, and 10am - 7pm, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Closed on Mondays.