The art of the Zuloaga family
It is located in the church of San Juan de los Caballeros, built in the late 11th century.
In 1905, Daniel Zuloaga purchased this Romanesque church to set up his workshop here. The museum was created in 1974 to provide a home for the works produced by the Zuloaga family. Inside there is an exhibition of works by Ignacio Zuloaga, along with oil paintings, watercolours and ceramics by Daniel Zuloaga and his children.
Plaza de Colmenares, s/n.
40001 Segovia (Castilla y Leon)
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