Museo de Bellas Artes
Art Galley in the metropolitan area of Tenerife
The Fine Art Museum in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is in the centre of the city, next to the Plaza del Principe. In its permanent collection it is worth mentioning the painting of San José by Ribera; the portrait of Isabel II by Federico de Madrazo; the portrait of Fernando Viscaí by Joaquín Sorolla; and especially the Tríptico de Nava, belonging to the 17th century Flemish School. It also has a great number of paintings by the best Canarian painters. Some of its other galleries house temporary exhibitions and more avant-garde paintings.