The Clara Chevalier Museum is AR$ 3 and included a guided tour by Ms. Chevalier herself (in spanish, but you will be able to understand each other with a bit of spanish and english). She is a bit of an eccentric, but has a painting in Cafe Tortoni. The museum includes her paintings, a recreation of her childhood bedroom in the old home destroyed by autopista construction, and an old conventillo which once housed six families. There is a copy of an old deed for the property, as well as items such as a ticket printer from the old Boca railroad. You can get somewhat of an idea of living was like back then, with the bathroom, although most of it is focused on her paintings and her youth.
Irala 1162, Buenos Aires, Argentina
+54 11 4302-2337
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