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The world’s largest collection of primitive paintings from the 15th century to the present day is housed in this colonial mansion, once the art studio of Brazilian painter Eliseu Visconti.A unique collection of Brazilian and International naive art...more
I came across this museum while we were waiting for the train to Corcovado. It's located next to the train station. The museum is good option if you want to do something while waiting for the train. In fact, they will give discount for train...More
This wonderful small museum in a must see if you want to understand Brazil! Created by Lucien Finkelstein, his personal archive of Naif Art makes us most of the collection. The museum is also kid friendly with several interactive parts.
For everyone who visits the Corcovado, should also take a little bit time to see the museum. With the ticket of the Corcovado train you pay only half of the entrance. The exhibition is very interesting.
With your Corcovado train ticket you get a discounted access to the museum which is 1 block away.
The museum is small but has really interesting paintings specially one mural which displays some important history milestones.
This is a small but excellent collection of naif/folk/primitive art from Brazil. Some of the canvasses are enormous. A lot to look at and think about. Steps from the cog station. Discount if you have your cog train ticket. Great gift shop, including original works...More
A lovely little museum just around the corner from the cog railway to Corcovado featuring Naive Art. A look at the web site will give you a pretty good idea if this is something that will interest you.
The museum is relatively small with several...More