Casa Amatller is a model example of the architecture of Josep Puig i Cadafalch. The restauration of its main floor has managed to recover the atmosphere of the era of its first owner, the chocolatier Antoni Amatller Costa (1851-1910), with the original decoration and furniture.more ›
Created in the year 1942 by Teresa Amatller Cros (1873-1960), it has two main purposes:
Founder member of RIHA, International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art, the Amatller Institute has both a library and a specialized photographic library which is available to researchers and scholars.
Visits to the Amatller House Museum take place at pre-established times, they are guided and the groups are made up of twelve people. Tickets can be obtained in the foyer of the building itself or in advance on the website.
The Amatller House Museum organises cultural activities for its friends based around promoting and diffusing information about the history of art and the history of the city of Barcelona.
Initiated before 1902 by Adolf Mas Ginesta (1860-1936) as a photographic inventory of the country's artistic heritage, it was acquired in 1941 by Teresa Amatller. The core of the collection consists of over 360,000 negatives from the Amatller Institute of Hispanic Art.more ›