Museo de Bellas Artes antiquities auction de Caracas headquarters antiquities of the Museum of Fine Arts. Work on the gardens of the MBA. The antiquities for sale Museum of Fine Arts in Caracas is the museum of fine arts oldest and one of the largest in Venezuela. Among its Egyptian antiquities permanent exhibits highlight of Egyptian art, Chinese ceramics, art, Latin American, European and American photographs, drawings, prints, contemporary art and the collection of cubism. is considered by many experts to be one of the world’s leading dealers in rare and exquisite can be considered a unique institution in the rich panorama of Cultural Heritage Also has seven unique rooms for temporary exhibitions. Apart from the permanent and temporary exhibitions also provides a video library, documentation center, cabinet picture, print and design, specialized library, shop and educational workshops. The Museum of Fine Arts of Caracas is the oldest museum institution of Venezuela. It was founded in 1917 at the headquarters of the Central University of Venezuela until the decade of the ’40s got its own seat designed by the Venezuelan architect Carlos Raul Villanueva.Until then, the museum houses everything related to the Venezuelan antiquities dealers art, however, in 1975 establishing the National Art Gallery, which is why the museum is stripped of the Collection and moves to a five-story building – designed by the same Villanueva – and located to one side of the current National Gallery and next to a park (Parque Los mahogany). a collection of Greek, Roman, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Central European, Byzantine and Islamic pieces, rare unique and fascinating works of art! Since then, the Museum of Fine Arts has reaffirmed its universal vocation of museum, the only of its kind nationally – but without forgetting its excellent collection of Latin American art and its social outreach activities, which have always identified with the world of teaching. gain more knowledge.. In fact, Education Department was created in the ’50s and counts among its faculty with recognized artists.Some of the emblematic works of the museum are “The City” by Alexander Calder, “Red Cube” of Jesus Soto and “plot structure” by Alejandro Otero, not to mention his collection of Egyptian artifacts acquired in the late 50s to the Metropolitan New York.