The Art of 
Graffiti Art in the Alfama
São Bento Railway Station - Porto
Museu Nacional de Machado de Castro
Serralves Museum

Igreja dos Grilos
The Conceição Convent -  Beja
Palace of the Dukes of Braganza
Museum of Évora
Pousada do Crato, Flor da Rosa - Crato
Pousada do Crato, Flor da Rosa - Crato
the Municipal Museum
Art Gallery
Museu da Marioneta
Azulejos Tiles
All photographs by David S. Rose
Museu do Fado - Lisboa 
Fado (destiny, fate) speaks of the realities of everyday life. This museum is a tribute to this melancholic music. 
Azulejos are found on the interior and exterior of churches, palaces, ordinary houses. Many azulejos chronicle major historical and cultural aspects of Portuguese history.
These large tile panels date from 1905–1916 and are the work of Jorge Colaço, the most important azulejo painter of the time.
It is one of the most important art museums in Portugal. The bulk of the museum's collections  are made up of items from churches in the area surrounding Coimbra.
Serralves is the most visited museum in Portugal and relevant in the contemporary art scene in Europe. 
This convent, built in the seventeenth century, contains an impressive collection of Portuguese art.
The Evora Museum is set up in the former archbishop's palace and has an interesting collection of paintings by Portuguese artists.
This exhibition of paper mache sculptures was a tribute to the life of the Portuguese poet,  Fernando Pessoa.
At the same gallery was an exhibit of Portuguese religious icons.
This is a great collection of religious works of art, local pottery, clay figures and sculptures made of cork.
A wonderful collection of puppets from all around the world.
This website is a combination of the many museums and galleries we have visited during our trips to Portugal. It is by no means an expert’s opinion of what the art of Portugal is. It is only what we saw as we traveled.
Inside the castle walls in Estremoz is an art gallery highlighting the work of contemporary Portuguese artist.