The Limassol Municipal Art Gallery is located in the sea front road in Limassol. The Gallery is housed in a building donated by Pavlides family in 1984 while it was extended in 1996. The Limassol Art Gallery presents one of the largest and most remarkable collections of Cypriot Modern Art.
Some of The works of art included are significant works that placed an impact concerning the history of art in Cyprus. The old building includes paintings of the most artistic Cypriots. The most well known art works illustrated are “Chariot drawn by two donkeys” by M. Kashalos, “Woman looking at the sea” by A. Diamandis, “The bargain” and “At the monastery” by V. Joannides, “The storm” by G. Kotsonis, “Women holding shovels” by A. Asproffas, “A country house” by T. Kanthos, Human figure” and “The cemetery” by Chr. Savva.
Representative works of the new Cypriot artists are hosted in the new building. In general the works of art displayed cover the older naturalistic trends in art as well as some modern painting views and techniques. A total number of 600 works of art exhibited in the Limassol Art Gallery do not only restrict to paintings but also vary from sculpture and pottery to mixed material structures.
The Gallery is often visited by tourists of all ages as well as by locals and particularly schools and kindergarten schools. A visit at the Limassol Art Gallery suggests a fresh and vivid way to improve the caltural life of the public. The reason why the Limassol Municipal Art Gallery is popular among tourists is because it offers a great option for a family evening out.
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 08:30 to 13:30 and 15:00 to 17:30 (Winter time)
08:30 to 13:30 and 16:00 to 18:30 (Summer time)