Have a look at the MNAC's collections, from the Apse of Sant Climent de Taüll to the Virgin of the Consellers altarpiece, from baroque still lifes to Catalan modernist paintings. The website offers other resources as well, like a puzzle made from an artwork of your choice and the application Second Canvas (which is available from other museums as well), which lets you get up close to see details of the works. The MNAC is active these days via the hashtag #elMuseuNacionalACasa.
In Barcelona, Madrid and beyond, museums and art galleries are doing their part to slow the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 by remaining temporarily closed. And they’re also contributing to helping us get our art fix by providing online versions of their collections for us to enjoy. So settle in to discover artists and great works, as we continue to cultivate thought and creativity together with visits to virtual museums from home. (We also recommend following hashtags like #MuseumsAtHome, #MuseusACasa and #MuseosEnCasa.)