Sitges: facade detail (10/36)


What a curious sculpture to decorate one's residence, isn't it?

Close to the "Maricel Museum" is the "Cau Ferrat", the house the famous Catalan artist Santiago Rusiñol bought when he was seduced by Sitges on his way to the neighboring town of Vilanova.

The first floor of this building used to be the residence of this unique artist. The rooms are decorated with paintings by Rusiñol himself, Ramon Casas, Ignacio Zuloaga, Pichot and Manolo Hugué, among others. The second floor, decorated with works from El Greco, Zuloaga, Casas and Picasso, used to be his workshop. Nowadays the building is a museum, the "Museu del Cau Ferrat", open to visitors.

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