Earthenware jar with lions. Malaga Museum. Malaga © Ministerio de Cultura
Pablo Ruiz Picasso. “The Sleeping Man”, 1942. Malaga Museum. © De las reproducciones autorizadas, VEGAP, 2011
The museum collection includes painting, sculpture, furniture and a selection of 15th-18th century silverwork.
The museum also has a collection of local paintings from the 19th century, which includes pieces by artists such as Muñoz Degrain and Enrique Jaraba, along with paintings by Sorolla, Salas and others. Furthermore, you can see two of Picasso's first works: Study of old people and The old man with the blanket.
Bowl with a marine decoration. These images were very rare in Hispanic-Moorish art.More info
This painting shows the evolution of the artist, Franz Marc, in 1912 and 1913.More info
A sculpture with well-executed clothing. It is probably a goddess, but it has not been identified because the head and the right hand are missing.More info
A jug belonging to a set of luxury pottery items decorated with the "cuerda seca" technique (ceramic imitation with glaze on metal).More info
A painting that intends to be an objective and aseptic account of fishing as an everyday activity.More info
A simple composition of a seascape in Malaga, which offers an evocative and pleasant interpretation of the calm sea.More info
A prototypical work of the last artistic language used by Joaquín Peinado. A different language from the previous ones, but still related to some of them.More info
Jug in which the technique used to decorate stands out. It is the "cuerda seca" (dry cord) technique, which involves ceramic imitation with glaze on metal.More info
A handmade pottery object used for cooking. This type of element shows that society was starting to become sedentary.More info
It is one of the most interesting paintings by Enrique Simonet Lombardo and one of the most appreciated in the Malaga Museum's collection.More info
The museum's collection is part of the collective catalogue of the Digital Network of Spanish Museum Collections (CERES), conceived as a space for dissemination which enables visitors to browse the various museum collections using the identifying features of each item (author, type of object, iconography, etc.).
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