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MUSEO DIOCESANO DE HUESCA

MUSEO DIOCESANO DE HUESCA

El Museo Diocesano de Huesca, esta situado en la Catedral y su claustro. Provisionalmente se accede desde el interior de la catedral. Actualmente consta de dos salas de orfebrería y otras dos de arte medieval. En la de orfebrería se exponen importantes piezas como son tres arquetas de Limoges (siglos XII y XIII), la predela del retablo de Nuestra Señora de Salas (siglo XIV), y diversas piezas de culto, entre las que destacan cruces parroquiales de importantes talleres de Zaragoza y Huesca

En las salas de arte medieval, situadas en el claustro gótico, se exponen escultura y pintura románicas y tablas de pintura del siglo XV, entre las que sobresalen el retablo de la “Coronación de la Virgen ” de Pedro Zuera, y el de Pallaruelo de Monegros, de Martin de Soria.

Próximamente va a ser abierta una nueva sala con escultura y pintura del renacimiento y barroco

El horario del Museo es de 10,30 a 13,30 horas y de 16 a 19,30 horas (19 horas en invierno). Sabado por la tarde, domingos y festivos está cerrado.
La visita es guiada si se solicita previamente (tel: 974231099). Cada una de las salas cuenta con folletos explicativos en español, francés, e inglés (orfebreria).
La entrada es de 3€ (1.5€, para grupos superiores a 20 personas)

DIOCESAN MUSEUM OF HUESCA

The Diocesan Museum of Huesca is located in the Cathedral and its cloister. Provisional entrance to the museum is made from the interior of the Cathedral. At present it consists of two galleries devoted to works in precious metals and two more of medieval art. The former
contain distinguished pieces such as three small limoges chests from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, the base of the altarpiece of Our lady ofSalas from the fourteenth century, and various liturgical items among whichstand out prcessional crosses from important studios in Saragossa and Huesca.

The galleries dedicated to medieval art located in the gothic cloister contain romanesque sculpture and paintinng and painted panels of the fifteeenth century. Among these the altarpiece of the "Coronation of the Virgin" by Pedro Zuera and that from Pallaruelo de Monegros by Martin of Soria are preeminent.

An additional gallery devoted to sculptue and painting of the renaissance and barroque periods will open shortly.

The Museum is open Monday through Friday from 10:30 until 1:30 and from 4:00 until 7:30. (7:00 in winter.) It is closed Saturday afternoons and on Sundays and holidays. Guided visits are available by prior arrangement. (Tel. 974 23 10 99) Explanitory brochures in Spanish and French are available for each of the galleries as well as in English for the gallery of precious Metals.

Admission is 3€. (1.5€ for groups of 20).




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