The Mannerism room brings together important paintings attributed to Italian painters who migrated to Lima at the end of the 16th century, such as Bernardo Bitti and Mateo Pérez de Alesio.

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The religious carved wood images from the 17th and 18th centuries presented in this hall are mainly from Lima, while others are from Cusco.

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Marian Advocations

These paintings represent the titles of Mary that emerged with the arrival of religious orders in Peru, such as the Virgin of Almudena or the Virgin of Candelaria from Tenerife

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These paintings from Cusco from the 17th and 18th centuries depict scenes that describe the Catholic dogma in an allegorical way. They focus on the figure of Christ and his role as the redeemer of humanity.

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Angels and Archangels

In this hall, the paintings of arquebusier archangels are the most noteworthy. They represent an artistic style that began in the Southern Andes.

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17th century Cusco

In the late 17th century, after an initial artistic period notoriously influenced by Italian Mannerism, artists from Cusco assimilated the influence of Hispanic trends and Flemish engravings.

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18th century Cusco

In the 18th century, paintings from Cusco underwent a formal evolution due to the intense activity of the Cusco workshops, which developed new aesthetic conventions.

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The Silver Hall gathers Pedro de Osma’s silver collection, as well as other private collections composed of silver objects for religious and domestic use and numismatic pieces from the 17th and 20th centuries.

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Portraits and furniture

In this hall, portraits of Spanish kings are exhibited, as well as an important suite of furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, known as mueble enconchado (shell-encrusted furniture) due to their small inlaid applications of mother-of-pearl and tortoiseshell.

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Art from the Southern Andes

An important selection of pieces from the Tiwanaku and Inca cultures is exhibited in this hall, which belong to a private collection from Cusco, as well as a significant series of paintings from the Cusco viceregal period from the Pedro de Osma Museum collection.

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Huamanga stone

In this hall are displayed a series of Huamanga stone carvings (from Ayacucho) from the 18th and 19th centuries. They are small sculptures for personal use.

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Restoration processes

The recovery processes of paintings and sculptures performed in the restoration workshop of the Pedro de Osma Museum are exhibited in this hall. These works are part of the Museum’s collection.

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Open Tuesday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

Closed: Good Friday, May 1, December 24 and 25, December 31 and January 1.


All visits to the Museum must be made under previous reservation in advance.

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