Argentinian Art

By Colección AMALITA

Herd of horses (1907) by Fernando FaderColección AMALITA

In the Collection what you will be able to observe the most are the Works of art done by Argentinian artists from half the XIXth century to the XXth century, being the most important artists of the country. In these, the arrival of different european artistic influences is visible.

Paisaje de San Isidro by Prilidiano PueyrredónColección AMALITA

The Napostá Creek (1893) by Ángel Della ValleColección AMALITA

Indians with Herd and Oxen by Ángel Della ValleColección AMALITA

Suryakanta, Antonio Alice, 1937, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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The Bell Tower, Ramón Silva, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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Amid Peachtrees in Bloom (1915) by Fernando FaderColección AMALITA

Fireworks, Valentín Thibon de Libian, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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Sorting in the Corral by Prilidiano PueyrredónColección AMALITA

The Overseers by Prilidiano PueyrredónColección AMALITA

Nymphs in the Lake, Antonio Alice, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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Sunset, Martín Malharro, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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Twilight, Martín Malharro, 1901, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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Haystacks, Ramón Silva, 1911, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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The Ranch (1870) by Prilidiano PueyrredónColección AMALITA

Herd of horses (1907) by Fernando FaderColección AMALITA

Barracas’ Long Street (1858) by Juan Carlos MorelColección AMALITA

Quirno’s Dairy Farm, Antonio Gazzano, 1873, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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Morning in Miramar, Antonio Alice, 1936, From the collection of: Colección AMALITA
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Friends (1884) by Ángel Della ValleColección AMALITA

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