National Museum of Visual Arts (Uruguay) (Spanish: Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales) is the name of a museum, Julio Herrera y Reissig esq. Tomás Giribaldi, s/n, In Parque Rodó, Montevideo, Uruguay. It was inaugurated on December 10 of 1911.

This museum has the largest collection of Uruguayan artists artwork. Among them are works of Rafael Barradas, Joaquín Torres García, José Cúneo, Carlos Federico Sáez, Pedro Figari, Juan Manuel Blanes and the artist Pablo Serrano who lived in Montevideo for twenty years.

The museum hosts also temporary exhibitions, in many cases of foreign artists, whose artwork travels in different museums around the world.

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