Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC), ES

The Museu Nacional d' Art de Catalunya embraces all the arts (sculpture, painting, objets d'art, drawing, engraving, posters, photography and coinage) and has the task of explaining the general history of Catalan art from the Romanesque period to the mid-twentieth century. In the case of the Romanesque and Gothic collections, this discourse is characterized by the Catalan provenance of most of the pieces, although, particularly in the Gothic, comparisons are made with art from other provenances. With regard to the Renaissance and Baroque collections, the works included lead to a more international discourse, with the work of great painters, such as El Greco, Zurbarán, Velázquez, Cranach, Rubens... The MNAC art collections from the end of the nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth century are once again mostly made up of the work of Catalan artists, forming a discourse which explains Modernisme, Noucentisme and the Avant-garde, always taking into account all the arts.

Role in the Partage Plus project: MNAC will provide around 2020 digitised objects of which ca. 100 are in 3D. The selection of works will include Art Nouveau sculptures, paintings, ceramics, glass, medals, drawings, prints, furniture and metalworks, mostly made by Catalan creators.