Museo didáctico de las artes gráficas in Arganda del Rey (Madrid)
The Club de gráficos eméritos recently visited the Museo didáctico de las artes gráficas, founded by the entrepreneur Mr Ángel Gallego Esteban.
Mr Ángel Gallego’s life is linked to the field of the graphic arts since his earliest youth. At the age of 14 he settled in Madrid where he started working as an apprentice/trainee of ‘cajas’ and linotype. Later on, he would found the Gáez company which he owned and run until 2007.
The profitable relationship between a vocation and an entrepreneurial adventure is, in the case of the Gallego family, an example to all of us. The Museo didáctico de artes gráficas was born of this vocation, from the true passion for a profession. Located in Arganda del Rey (Madrid), the museum brings closer to the public the wide range of details regarding the graphic arts industry and as its history.
The Club de Gráficos Eméritos wanted to express its esteem to the Gallego family by organising a visit to the Museum. The visite took place on the 4 November and was followed by lunch in the beautiful town of Chinchón.
You can find more information about the Museum on its website here.