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European art from centuries XII to XIX
Argentinian art from XIX century
International art from the XX century
Argentinian art from the XX century
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is a de-centralized public organism pertaining to the Secretaría de Gobierno de Cultura de la Nación Argentina (Argentinean Government National Secretariat of Culture). It holds an eminently diverse patrimony, including over 12,000 pieces between paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, textiles and objects. Its collection comprises pre-Colombian, Colonial, Argentinean and international art in a time span that ranges from the 3rd century B.C. to the present. Its significance as a point of attraction also lies in the number of visitors it receives, with people of all ages, from all socio-economic groups and arriving from all parts of the country and the world.
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes’ mission is to act as tutor and guardian of the artworks that make up its archive, in addition to promoting and disseminating the fine arts in general, with the aim of guaranteeing the collective right of access to cultural heritage.
Commitment to Environmental Stewardship
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes has received distinction for its Environmental Stewardship Guidelines, in accordance with the regulations set forth in the framework of the Sistema Argentino de Calidad Turística (Argentina’s Tourism Quality System). December 1, 2017.