Museu Quinta de Santiago

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Museu Quinta de Santiago
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Cosmopolitan800580
Reino Unido100 aportes
Hidden gem in Leca da Palmeira
ene. de 2020
Housed in a family house built at the end of the 19th Century by Italian architect Nicola Bigaglia this museum displays the domestic architecture of a wealthy family house of that period. There are views overlooking the working port. On the upper floor are a display of paintings and drawing by Gomes a local painter including two large scenes of fisher-folk from different stages of his career. There is also a pencil drawing of Christ on the Cross with a bishop sitting beside him wearing a very sinister pair of glasses.

The entry fee is just 1 Euro and there is a small bookshop. In the grounds are several interesting sculptures, but a wet January morning was not a time to see them at their best. Needless to say, as others have commented, we were the only visitors.
Escrita el 2 de febrero de 2020
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hervé c
Voiron, Francia465 aportes
Fermé à cause exposition
jul. de 2019 • Pareja
Nous avons attendu 1/4 heure dans le petit parc, j'ai demandé à une employée en arrivant à quelle heure ouverture : 15h. On attend 15h pour s'entendre dire que le musée était fermé pour cause d'exposition.....Merci à l'employée de nous avoir fait attendre pour rien......Donc renseignez vous avant d'y aller....
Escrita el 2 de julio de 2019
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John_Conakry
Nouakchott, Mauritania69 aportes
Lovely small museum
jun. de 2019 • Solitario
I found this museum by chance as I was staying in the Northern part of Porto. Probably the most enjoyable hour I've spent in a museum this year.
Beautiful house and garden with a rather unusual view on to the industrial port. The collection is diverse to say the least: an olive oil bottle with Eusebio on the label; reports put out by the British Embassy in Lisbon in 1942.
Probably helps a lot to read Portuguese.
Don't miss the Cascata in the garden.
Staff are exceptionally nice.
Escrita el 18 de junio de 2019
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Carlos V
Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal170 aportes
Um Museu que promove visitas e leituras encenadas
sep. de 2016
Inserido num edifício histórico, concluído presumivelmente em 1896, o edifício foi construído para residência da família Santiago de Carvalho e Sousa, com projeto do arquiteto italiano Nicola Bigaglia.
Escrita el 29 de octubre de 2016
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CMMatosinhos
Matosinhos, Portugal49 aportes
Fantástico
abr. de 2016 • Familia
Edifício do final do século XIX, projetado pelo italiano Nicola Bigaglia autor do projeto do Hotel do Buçaco.
Em 1996, sob a direcção do Arqt. Fernando Távora, o espaço foi adaptado a Museu de Arte de Matosinhos, onde além do interesse arquitetónico, são mantidos três tipos de coleções: mobiliário de época, pintura e escultura.
Escrita el 26 de octubre de 2016
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Pedro G
30 aportes
Uma pérola desinvestida
ago. de 2016 • Pareja
Este museu e esta casa são verdadeiras pérolas do concelho de Matosinhos e do Distrito do Porto que mereciam outra promoção e outro investimento. A arquitetura italiana pré-arte nova e a situação dos jardins e da casa mereciam apoio de cafetaria e loja aos visitantes. Parabéns a quem cuida da casa e ama o que faz. É um passeio que enche as medidas.
Escrita el 18 de agosto de 2016
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classic68
Moscú, Rusia1.312 aportes
ОЧЕНЬ далеко от центра
abr. de 2016 • Pareja
Музей очень, ну просто ОЧЕНЬ далеко от центра Порту. Народу – НИКОГО. Цена билета – 1 (один) евро. Еще один евро – за посещение искусственного водопада на территории парка, в котором стоит этот бывший загородный дом. Внутри можно осмотреть интерьеры дома богатого португальского семейства конца девятнадцатого-начала двадцатого веков, а также увидеть выставку современного искусства. Работает со вторника по воскресенье с 10 до 18 с перерывом с 13 до 15 часов.
Escrita el 1 de agosto de 2016
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George_P74
Moscú, Rusia1.449 aportes
Очень, очень далеко от центра
abr. de 2016
Порой просто диву даешься – куда только не «уезжают» достопримечательности на карте этого сайта. Вот и музей современного искусства в бывшем поместье Святого Иакова находится вовсе не у метро Дом Музыки, а далеко-далеко на север, в районе Матусиньюш, на правом берегу речки Леса. Бывшая загородная «дача», выстроена в девятнадцатом веке. Несколько десятилетий назад ее выкупил муниципалитет Порту. Ехать сюда, конечно, очень далеко (станция метро «Меркаду»), но посещение музея можно совместить с поездкой на дальние пляжи и в рыбные рестораны Матусиньюша.
Escrita el 1 de julio de 2016
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Armando L
Porto District, Portugal362 aportes
Bonito
oct. de 2015 • Familia
Quem caminha em Leça da Palmeira, a seguir à Quinta da Conceição, com o Porto de Leixões como referência, encontrará o Museu Quinta de Santiago, um edifício do Século XIX, muito bem recuperado.
No museu poderemos apreciar obras de pintura de artistas da escola do Porto, como António Carneiro, Aurélia de Sousa, havendo também um espaço dedicado a Irene Vilar.
Num dos andares do edifício também poderemos tomar conhecimento da história local e social de Matosinhos.
Nos seus belos jardins também poderemos apreciar esculturas de Sisa Vieira, Lagoa Henriques e Rui Anahory.
Agora que o Porto de Leixões investiu num cais para navios de cruzeiro, por que não divulgar este museu junto dos turistas, tornando-o numa visita obrigatória?
Escrita el 2 de enero de 2016
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Frances O
Saffron Walden, UK29 aportes
Interesting Inexpensive Art Gallery in a stunning historical house
ago. de 2015 • Pareja
This little museum is the former family home of some rich turn of the century art collectors. Don't mistake the service door for the main door, which is up a grand set of stairs. There are sumptuous rooms in cool stone with shuttered windows display an eclectic selection of works by the area's artists- temporary exibitions on the ground floor and permanent works of great stature on the first floor.
Firstly, it is fun to saunter through the rooms and imagine what it was like to live in these spaces: the wall paper, plaster and ceiling designs are all tasteful and the different rooms are so empty that the imagination has free play. The modern art exhibition currently on the ground floor is very accessible and fun.

A beautiful Bluthner piano stands in one room, and another has a niche where there was an altar: now a statue alone stands there and the music of monks chanting harmoniously plays gently in the background. When you get tired you can sit on the cane chairs in the conservatory overlooking the port: the museum is on a hill and you feel like the master of all you survey. There are artists' catalogues to browse.

The family who lived here were obviously thinking people of faith: the works by artists Antonio Carneiro and others are challenging and personal: one (perhaps temporary) was a fat bishop ensconced on a comfy stone sitting next to an uncomfortable looking Christ on the cross, another is reminiscent of a Rembrandt.

By contrast, in the 'garden shed', there is a fantastic 13 ft model village with many moving Heath Robinson type moving parts, a stunning surprise, built with great love for the rural traditions of Leca de Palmeira by Jose Moreira. 'Children love to look through the glass underneath to see the mechanisms', the curator explains.

The museum is tiny and only takes a short time to visit but is very cheap (1 eu each and another 1eu to see the Cascata Gigante model village. Visitors can stroll around the gardens and see other statues in the grounds, and look over the views of the port and Matosinhos.

Why does this museum not have a website? Why isn't it mentioned on the Matosinhos Municipal website? No wonder we were the only visitors and had the place entirely to ourselves. The staff nearly died of shock when we bought a ticket and welcomed us like royalty. There is a café and loos in the cellar. Not entirely sure about wheelchair access but there was a stair lift for the infirm. We left our bags in the office while we looked around.
Escrita el 28 de agosto de 2015
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Museu Quinta de Santiago está abierto:
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