In its mid-April e-newsletter, the Discalced Carmelite curia includes an article titled A Carmelite Museum in Andalusia (Spain), in which the order's curia encourages Carmelite communities that have a "notable artistic patrimony" to consider placing it on public display. The article particularly mentions the website of a Discalced Carmelite Monastery in Antequera, Malaga, Spain, founded in 1632. The monastery has opened a museum for its works of art, some of them centuries old.
The website allows an online virtual tour. Start here. Choose "Visita Virtual al Museo" and then click on each of the options under that heading, starting with "Entrada al Museo." Some options have only one page of photos. For others, such as the entrance ("entrada"), there are several pictures that you can click on. For the entrance, for example, there are 3 photos of the exterior and one of the beautiful interior with its characteristic blue and white Spanish tile, woods, and architecture -- a work of art in itself.
On a related them, there is an earlier post here called Art, Detachment and the Beauty of God about the importance of religious art in the present day Church and in the views of Discalced Carmelite saints St. John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila.