The Casa Turull, headquarters of the Museu d’Art de Sabadell, was built at the request of the manufacturer Pere Turull Sallent (1796-1869), following the model of home-factory. The interior is very luxurious thanks to the reforms that were made in 1860, on the occasion of the visit to Sabadell of Queen Elizabeth II, who stayed in the house.
The museum collection includes, above all, the work of artists linked to the city, among which there stand out Marian Burguès (ceramics), Rafael Durancamps, Josep Espinalt, Antoni Estruch, Joan Figueras, Ramon Quer, Antoni Vila Arrufat, Joan Vilà Puig i Joan Vila Cinca (painting), Joan Vilatobà (photo)up to the avant-garde movements of the 1960s, as the Group Gallot.
The museum also manages the Centre de Producció I Creació Artística La Nau, which offers work spaces for artists.
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