Argentinean Masters Hall

Argentinean Masters Hall

This hall displays twentieth century Argentinean paintings, from the first large national artistic movements (Group Florida, Boedo and La Boca), with characteristics of a Latin American painting developing across the continent with more or less influence of the School of Paris (Modigliani, Chagall, Klee, Soutine) as well as folkloric landscapes typical of that period.


Among the representatives of the Argentine cultural heritage are Aquiles Badi, Antonio Berni, Norah Borges, Horacio Butler, Fray Guillermo Butler, Zdravko Ducmelic, Fortunato Lacamera, Emilio Pettoruti, Juan Battle Planas, Raul Soldi, and Raul Russo, among others.