The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya was created in 1934 under the name Museu d’Art de Catalunya, thanks to the incentive of Joaquim Folch i Torres, who implemented an ambitious museum plan for Catalonia in the first decades of the twentieth century. From the very beginning, this institution welcomed the major collections of Catalan artistic heritage, from the Romanesque art to the oil paintings of Picasso. However, the coup on July 18, 1936, halted the trajectory devised by Folch i Torres. The revolutionary upheaval and fascist revolt endangered the integrity of the Museum and its collections, along with the entire Catalan artistic heritage, public and private, religious and secular.
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