Late 3rd century BC

Guttus or vase with brocade

Guttus of Iberian pottery to contain liquids, often oils or perfumes. Piece found in the Iberian settlement of El Turó d'en Boscà.



A la font

Traditional image of a young girl, full body portrait, that gives her back to the viewer. She is crouched next to a fountain with her left hand resting on a rock, while her right hand holds a pitcher. She wears a fitted waist dress and hair collected. The ...


Archangel Gabriel

The archangel has a hand in the act of blessing and with the other holds a phylacteries with the inscription "Ave Maria Gratia Plena". The wings, very stylized, are of tin with a reinforcement of wrought iron. The sculpture was made at the foot of the mai ...

First half of the twentieth century

Autumn forest

Typical landscape of the artist, author of many paintings that are shady and melancholic like this. The work comes from the daughter of the painter, Águeda Ros Sarsal. Its properties passed to the Generalitat of Catalonia due to intestado inheritance and ...


Baby coat

Christening coat. Wrinkled silk in ecru colour, with hood. It fastens in front with three large double pearl buttons and a tape loop. At the end of the sleeves and neck, there is a embroidered with floral motifs. This same embroidered is twice in the body ...


Bargueño desk

Bargueño desk made by the furniture maker and modernist designer Gaspar Homar for Joan Amigó i Barriga (1875-1958), architect from Badalona, along with other pieces of furniture from his office, which are also part of the Museum's collection. ...

Late 3rd century BC

Black glaze lucerne

Black glaze lucerne, from hellenistic period. The lucernes were used to illuminate the house's rooms, they worked with oil and a wick. Piece found in the Iberian settlement of El Turó d'en Boscà.


End of the third century - 2nd century BC

Black varnish bowl

Italic import black varnish ceramic bowl with decoration of white paint with vegetal representation. Piece found in the Iberian settlement of El Turó d'en Boscà.


Roman period

Bone hairpin

Roman bone hair needle o acus crinalis, a part of which depicts a naked female figure that is combing her hair, perhaps a Venus. The figure rests on a pedestal that separates the handle of the hair needle. The back of the figure is very little worked and ...

1st century AD


Glass bottle Isings 50 B greenish color. It has the square body, the cylindrical neck, straight edge, the handle of striped ribbon, and the flat base. ...