The Museo Casa de Rogelio Yrurtia was the home of the sculptor Rogelio Yrurtia and is located in the Belgrano district of Buenos Aires. In 1942, by law 12.824 sculptor Rogelio Yrurtia and his wife, the painter Lia Correa Morales (1893-1975), transferred to his home state of Belgrano neighborhood with its assets. It opened to the public as a museum in 1949.
This house in 1923 obtained a municipal architecture prize. The style chosen by Yrurtia was, according to neo-colonial appreciation of the Hispanic tradition, popular among the intellectuals of the time. The monuments are made by Yrurtia in the city of Buenos Aires will sing to the Job, Colonel Manuel Dorrego Memorial Mausoleum, Bernardino Rivadavia, Justice and Memorial Dr. Alejandro Castro. They are works of art collected by Yrurtia husbands along his travels, giving results for a varied and diverse collection numerous.