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On a rainy and stormy day the visit of the Paula Rego's museum was a good idea.
The architecture is very special and makes you wonder what you'll see.
The artist P.R. said "I paint to give fear a face"(folktales and fairy tales).
Whilst Paula Rego was born in Portugal, and many of her themes are based on folk tales and fairy stories from that country. She studied at the Slade School in London at the same time as David Hockney and Frank Auerbach and lives and works...More
This lovely, modern building devoted to the artist Paula Rego is a great tribute to one of Portugal's best modern painters. Sadly, she has included some of her poorest work as exhibits. I guess she has sold most of the good stuff. She has even...More
I get it, different artists have different views over things. But this was too dark for my taste. If you don't want to ruin your childhood images over fairy tales that you heard back then, stay out of this museum. Went in, walked fast, went...More
This museum is dedicated to the work of Paula Rego, a British-Portuguese artist. The building is stunning and the work of Paula Rego is intriguing as always. The museum isn’t far from the centre of Cascais and if you like art with a twist you...More
This is the second time we visited Cascais to see Paula Rego's work. This time there was a large and fascinating exhibition. Do check on the current exhibition as they change fairly often
If it is a good exhibition you can't do better.