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Zabaleta, the Picasso from Quesada, Jaén

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Museum Zabaleta Quesada

In the surroundings of the Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park, you can find the nice village of Quesada, home to the Andalusian painter Rafael Zabaleta (1907 – 1960). A few years ago, in 2008, a magnificent museum, which would not be out of place in for example New York, was opened.

Museo Zabaleta, Quesada, Jaén

Here you can enjoy many of the fine works of this artist.
The work of Zabaleta, who was acquainted and heavily infuenced by Picasso, has painted from a very early age. He has painted many ordinary day scenes in the lives of the peasants living near Quesada, with special geometric volumes.

More information on Zabaleta you can find on the following websites:
Works: Wikipaintings 
History: Spanisch Culture
Museum: and Museum Zabaleta

Rafael Zabaleta, Campesinas

The museum opens:

March 31. to October 26.:
Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am. to 2 pm. and from 5 pm. to 8 pm.
On Sunday and bank holidays from 10 am. to 2:30 pm.

October 27. to March 29.:
Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am. to 2 pm. and from 4 pm. to 7 pm.
On Sunday and bank holidays from 10 am. to 2:30 pm.

Rafael Zabaleta – Quesada

Tickets: 6 €
Groups (over 20 persons): 4 €
Retired people and students: 3 €
Children under 8 years: free entrance

Phone: 0034-958763900 


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