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SITGES Museu del Cau Ferrat 1

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Sitges is a town about 35 kilometres southwest of Barcelona, in Catalonia, renowned worldwide for its Film Festival and Carnival. The roots of Sitges' artistic reputation date back to the late 19th century, when Catalan painter Santiago Rusiñol took up residence there during the summer. The Cau Ferrat Museum was founded in 1893 by the artist Santiago Rusiñol (1861-1931) as a home workshop and became public museum in 1933, preserving the artistic spirit inspired by his founder. The Museum contains collections of ancient art gathered by the artist (painting, forge, ceramics, glass, archeology, sculpture and furniture) and modern art (painting, drawing, sculpture)

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Façade of the Cau Ferrat Museum

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The Cau Ferrat became public museum in 1933

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The Entrance Hall of Cau Ferrat

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The renovation of the building carried out between 2010 and 2014 led to the refurbishment of the structure and the restoration and recovery of all the original assets that were part of our heritage

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The Entrance Hall

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Rusiñol escrivint (writing)

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Santiago Rusiñol The girl with carnation 1893

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Ramon Casas (1866–1932) White Lady

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Santiago Rusiñol Park Moulin de la Galette1891 Santiago Rusiñol Abandoned Palace, 1898, Víznar

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Museu del Cau Ferrat Dining room

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Fireplace framed by a Gothic stone window frame, from the former castle of Sitges

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Fireplace framed by a Gothic stone window frame, from the former castle of Sitges

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Helmets belonging to the French and German armies (1914-1918)

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Fireplace

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The kitchen- dining room is the largest room on the ground floor, because it was normal in humble homes for cooking and eating to take place in the same space

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The walls and shelves of the kitchen-dining room today are covered with ceramic pieces

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Washing jug with blue decoration Anonymous 1675

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Maternity – Manolo 1897 The Holy Virgin and the child 1200

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The Holy Virgin and the child Anonymous 1200

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Dining room and Fountain room

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The Sala del Brollador (Fountain Room), is named from the Gothic baptismal font that presides over it. It originally stood in the garden of the El Vinyet hermitage and before acquiring it Rusiñol depicted it in one of his paintings of Sitges, titled L’hort del Vinyet, which we may now contemplate in the Great Hall. This room displays a large part of his collection of ceramics and his compete collection of archaeological pieces found in his excavations on the Punic site at Ibiza, in 1912. Other notable features are the two nude studies by Ramon Casas and the twenty or so watercolour sketches by Maria Rusiñol, the painter’s daughter

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Ramon Casas (1866–1932) Nude with guitare 1894

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Pharmaceutical jar with polycrome decoration Onofre Roderques 1625

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Catedral – Soterrani

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Catedral – Soterrani

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Catedral – Soterrani

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The Kings - Anonymous franconeerlandès 1395

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Maria Rusiñol watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper

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