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Museu Comarcal de l’Urgell - Tàrrega

Tàrrega

Cal Perelló, home of the Museu Comarcal de l’Urgell-Tàrrega.

Cal Perelló, home of the Museu Comarcal de l’Urgell-Tàrrega.

The Museu Comarcal de l’Urgell-Tàrrega is housed in the old mansion of the Perelló family, and has four permanent exhibitions. The museum stores and displays a considerable collection of fossils from the quarries of Talladell, as well as many painted and sculpted works by Tàrrega artists of the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

It also has a collection of ethnological material, a photographic archive, and an extensive wardrobe of costumes from the early twentieth century, a gift from the family of the distinguished writer from La Segarra, Manuel de Pedrolo.

Since 1989 the museum has edited and published Urtx – Revista de Humanititats d’Urgell (Review of Humanities of Urgell), an annual miscellany of essays and research related to its principal areas of interest entitled.

SPACES

<p>"Tragedy in the Jewish Quarter. T&agrave;rrega 1348"<em>&nbsp;</em>exhibition hall, with the Gothic apostles in the foreground.</p>
Tragedy in the Jewish Quarter. Tàrrega 1348
Tragedy in the Jewish Quarter. Tàrrega 1348
<p>Ceramic serving dishes and other receptacles.</p>
The Iberians at the Urgell
The Iberians at the Urgell
<p>The master bedroom.</p>
The noble halls
The noble halls
<p>Sculptures by Antoni Alsina Amils.</p>
Alsina Amils: an artist who straddles two centuries
Alsina Amils: an artist who straddles two centuries

OBJECTS

<p>A necklace of amulets from the mass grave FS 163.</p>
Necklace of amulets
Necklace of amulets
<p>Capital of a pillar, attributed to Ram&oacute;n de Bianya, dated to the 13th century.</p>
Capital attributed to Ramón de
Capital attributed to Ramón de Bianya
<p><em>Dentiscalpium</em>, mid-fourteenth century, from excavations in numbers 7 and 9 of Carrer de la Font (Jewis quarter of T&agrave;rrega).</p>
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Dentiscalpium
Dentiscalpium
<p>Kernos from Mol&iacute; d'Esp&iacute;gol, room 24, circa 200 BC.</p>
Kernos from Molí d’Espígol
Kernos from Molí d’Espígol
<p>An ceramic urn with a conical trunk, from between 500 and 300 BC. From Singular Building A at Mol&iacute; d'Esp&iacute;gol.</p>
Truncated cone urn, Molí d’Esp
Truncated cone urn, Molí d’Espígol
<p>Mahogany bed, of the 19th century (1815-1830).</p>
Mahogany bed
Mahogany bed
<p><em>Athlete</em>, by Antoni Alsina i Amils,&nbsp;1918.</p>
Athlete, 1918
Athlete, 1918
<p><em>Despair</em>, Antoni Alsina i Amils, 1899.</p>
Despair, 1899
Despair, 1899

INFORMATION

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http://www.museutarrega.cat
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EMAIL
info@museutarrega.cat

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