On February 3 rd , 1995 (eight days before his death), Amalio himself constituted the Foundation, inscribed with the number A34-SE19, and established its principal location at the house number seven of Doña Elvira Square in Seville, in the very heart of Santa Cruz neighborhood, that had been the studio of the painter. Watch video.
The main object and purpose of the foundation is the promotion, diffusion, and cultivation of the pictorial and literary legacy of Amalio, as well as the study of Painting and the other types of Arts.
The museum houses most of Amalio’s work, as well as the collection that he donated, and that is the patrimony of the Foundation, called “The 365 views of the Giralda”.
The museum is a non-profit association that is why it always invites and appreciates the donations that help it to achieve the objectives.