Originally an aristocratic residence, it now has a large collection of paintings, sculptures, bronzes, etc. It is a very good museum.
The museum, formerly known as the Asaiza Mansion, was later transformed into the Museum of the Bemberg Foundation. The collection here ranges from furniture decoration to sculpture and painting. Some masters have entered Picasso, Renoir and Gauguin. There are collections here. The exhibits are very exciting and worth visiting.
The museum, formerly the residence of a French aristocrat, has a history of nearly 500 years and is a masterpiece of Renaissance palace architecture in southern France. There are many famous works of French painters in the museum, such as De Garreno, Abisalo and Picasso, which are worth visiting.
The Bemberg Foundation Museum is a magnificent private museum. It was built in the house of Azeza. It was the private residence of a wealthy local businessman who made his fortune in Indigo in the sixteenth century. The Museum collects ancient bronzes, paintings, sculptures and so on. The collection was collected and donated by Georges Bemberg, an Argentine collector. Opening hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 10:00-12:30, 13:30-18:00. Thursday 10:00-12:30, 13:30-21:00. Adult tickets are 4.6 Euros and students are 2.75 Euros. It's about 20 minutes'walk from the railway station.
Thirteen rooms with clear wiring. From furniture decoration to sculpture oil paintings, Degareno Abisalo, Gauguin Picasso and native painter Toulouse Lautrec have one or more. There is also a special silver exhibition, which is the first time that German collectors have brought their collections to overseas exhibitions. It's wonderful.
Bronzes and paintings of different times were collected and donated by the Argentine collector Bemberg.