The Franz Mayer Museum houses a permanent collection of art integrated by objects that span six centuries of creation and innovation in the areas of art and design, starting from the Fifteenth-Century. This exhibition offers a selection of furniture, screens, silverware, ceramics, watches, golden jewelry and textiles, and choir books. All these objects are gathered by the enthusiasm of a man who adopted Mexico as his homeland: Franz Mayer Traumann (1882-1975).
The exhibition includes a few Northern European objects such as The Doctor’s Visit by Frans van Mieris and seventeenth-century Dutch furniture.
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