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Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves House-Museum

The Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves House-Museum, located in the city of Lisbon, showcases the collection of physician Anastácio Gonçalves. It includes about 3.000 works of art organized in three large themes: 19th- and 20th-century Portuguese paintings, Chinese porcelain and Portuguese and foreign furniture. There are also important specimens of civil and religious gold and silverware, European paintings, Portuguese sculpture, European ceramics, textiles, coins, medals, glass. as well as Swiss and French pocket watches. Besides, the House-museum holds a significant collection of documentation, drawings, watercolours and small artefacts belonging to the painter Silva Porto.

The House-Museum Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves, built to the design of architect Norte Júnior in 1904-05, was commissioned by painter José Malhoa to be his house and studio. The capital’s first artist’s house, which was awarded the 1905 Valmor Prize in 1905, was included in the growth plan of the city of Lisbon. 

The “Malhoa House” was purchased in 1932 by Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves (1889-1965), who lived and organised his collection there until the year of his death. In 1969, on the collector’s own wish, the building is bequeathed to the State so as to house a Museum that would open to the public in 1980. The building went through expansion and refurbishment in 1996, according to a project by architects Frederico and Pedro George. A contiguous detached house, also by Norte Júnior, was annexed to the original building so that the space for the reception desk, shop, cafeteria and temporary exhibitions was expanded. The House-Museum Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves reopened in December 1997 with its present-day layout.

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Contacts and
Localization

Governing body:
DGPC
Director:
Ana Mântua (Coordenadora)
Address:
Avenida 5 de Outubro, 6-8 1050-055 Lisboa
GPS:
Lat: 38.73259756447723 Long: -9.146411584655766
Phone(s):
+ 351 213 540 823/09
Fax(s):
+ 351 213 548 754
E-mail:
divulgacao@cmag.dgpc.pt

Urban Bus: Autocarros 21, 49, 83, 90, 701, 720, 727, 732, 738, 745
Subway: Metro Saldanha e Picoas

Admission

Standard Ticket: - 3,00 €

 

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Exemptions:

First Sunday of the month for individuals and small groups. This is not applicable to groups of 12 and more.
Children aged 12 and under*
Unemployed EU citizens*
Visitors with reduced mobility (60% disability with documents to prove it) accompanied by one attendant.
ICOM, ICOMOS and APOM members
Researchers /conservators/restorers, museum and/or heritage professionals during the course of their work*
Cultural associations (exclusively for groups of friends of museums, monuments, palaces, castles and archaeological sites)*
Volunteers working for the DGPC with one accompanying person*
European Heritage Days (Sunday)
International Day of Monuments and Sites - 18 April (exclusively for DGPC Monuments)
International Museum Day - 18 May (exclusively for DGPC museums and palaces)
Late-night Museums and Thursday Nights (access restricted to activities organised by the DGPC)
Tourism professionals upon presentation of a proof of registration with the RNAAT
Journalists during the course of their work* with prior notice
DGPC employees* with 3 accompanying persons
Teachers and students of any level of education, including universities for senior citizens, during study visits duly proven, and upon prior reservation confirmed by the relevant Dependent Service*
Groups of accredited Portuguese welfare institutions or social work departments of municipalities or other public interest institutions. Prior approval is required from the DGPC executive board.

* Proof of entitlement required.

Discounts:

Visitors aged 65 or older* - 50%
Student’s card (not for study visits) - 50%
Youth Card - 50%
Family ticket (minimum 4 members of near family or similar) - 50%
Protocols with third party institutions - 20%
Purchase of over 250 tickets per visit with a minimum 48h notice – 7.5%
Purchase of over 500 tickets per visit with a minimum 48h notice - 10%
Purchase of over 1000 tickets per visit with a minimum 48h notice - 15%

Combined Tickets
Lisbon - 8 Lisbon Museums (Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves House-Museum + Music Museum + Chiado Museum + National Museum of Ancient Art + National Tile Museum + National Costume Museum + National Theatre Museum + National Pantheon) - 25,00 €
Chiado and House-Museum - National Museum of Contemporary Art + Anastácio Gonçalves House-Museum - 5,00 €

General Rules
Advance reservation required for groups exceeding 50 persons.
Concessions for bulk tickets will not apply to Combined Tickets.
All concessions applicable to individual tickets will apply to Combined Tickets and guided tours, except for guided tours after closing time.
Advance purchase vouchers are valid up to one year.
Concessions cannot be combined with any other offers.
Smoking or eating is not allowed during visits.

* Proof of entitlement required.

• Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves. Roteiro, Lisboa, IPM, 2002 

• Maria Antónia Pinto de Matos, A Casa das Porcelanas. Cerâmica Chinesa da Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves, Lisboa, IPM, 1996 

• Maria Antónia Pinto de Matos, Chinese Export Porcelain. From the Museum of Anastácio Gonçalves, Lisbon, London/Lisbon, Philip Wilson Publishers Limited / Instituto Português de Museus, 1996 

• China e Islão. Gramáticas Decorativas, Lisboa, CMAG, 1992 

• Azul e Branco da China. Porcelana ao tempo dos Descobrimentos. A Colecção Amaral Cabral, Lisboa, IPM, 1997 

• Pintura na colecção Amaral Cabral, Lisboa, IPM, 1998 

• António Firmo da Costa. Um Ourives de Lisboa através da sua Obra, Lisboa, IPM, 2000 

• Uma Família de Coleccionadores. Poder e Cultura. Antiga Colecção Palmela, Lisboa, IPM, 2001 

• Da Flandres e do Oriente. Escultura Importada. Colecção Miguel Pinto, Lisboa, IPM/CMAG, 2002 

•José António Proença, Mobiliário da Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves, Lisboa, IPM/CMAG, 2002 

•Isabel Falcão, Pintura Portuguesa. Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves, Lisboa, IPM/CMAG, 2003 

•Henri Burnay: De Banqueiro a Coleccionador, Lisboa, IPM/CMAG, 2003 

• João Vaz (1859-1931). Um Pintor do Naturalismo , Lisboa, IPM/CMAG, Maio 2005 

• Xavier e Lótus na Casa-Museu , Lisboa, IMC/CMAG, Novembro 2007 

• Isabel Falcão, Portuguese Painting Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves , Lisboa, IMC/CMAG, November 2007 

• José António Proença , Furniture from the Casa-Museu Dr. António Gonçalves , Lisboa, IMC/CMAG, April 2008 

• Eurásia – Dez novos artistas na Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves , 14 de Março – 4 de Maio 2008, IMC/CMAG 2008 

• Olhares Cruzados sobre Arte e Islão , Lisboa, IMC/CMAG, 2008 

• Os anos de Exílio da Rainha D. Amélia. Colecção Remi Fénérol , Lisboa, IMC/CMAG, Novembro 2008.

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