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    Estrine museum

    €7,00

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    Address

    address

    8 Rue Lucien Estrine

    Town

    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

    Postal code

    13210

    Website

    http://www.musee-estrine.fr/

    Map


    Description

    A magnificent 18th-century mansion provides the perfect setting for this museum, which is classed a Musée de France. The Van Gogh Centre on the ground floor pays tribute to the Dutch painter with a new exhibition every year, focusing on an aspect of his work. The exhibitions include full-scale photographic reproductions of his paintings, alongside letters and videos. There’s another rare treat on the first floor of the museum, with one of the world’s few permanent retrospectives of the great Cubist artist Albert Gleizes. Twenty of the paintings he produced between 1901 and 1952 are on display, so visitors can see how the artist developed and how his art evolved from the beginning to the end of his career. Albert Gleizes was an artist of international renown who lived in Saint Rémy from 1939 until his death in 1953. He founded a small colony of artists and artisans at the Domaine des Méjades who contributed to promoting his work. Along with Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes was one of the theoreticians of Cubism, and the finest museums in the world now count his paintings among their collections. A magnificent 18th-century mansion provides the perfect setting for this museum, which is classed a Musée de France. The Van Gogh Centre on the ground floor pays tribute to the Dutch painter with a new exhibition every year, focusing on an aspect of his work. The exhibitions include full-scale photographic reproductions of his paintings, alongside letters and videos. There’s another rare treat on the first floor of the museum, with one of the world’s few permanent retrospectives of the great Cubist artist Albert Gleizes. Twenty of the paintings he produced between 1901 and 1952 are on display, so visitors can see how the artist developed and how his art evolved from the beginning to the end of his career. Albert Gleizes was an artist of international renown who lived in Saint Rémy from 1939 until his death in 1953. He founded a small colony of artists and artisans at the Domaine des Méjades who contributed to promoting his work. Along with Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes was one of the theoreticians of Cubism, and the finest museums in the world now count his paintings among their collections. A magnificent 18th-century mansion provides the perfect setting for this museum, which is classed a Musée de France. The Van Gogh Centre on the ground floor pays tribute to the Dutch painter with a new exhibition every year, focusing on an aspect of his work. The exhibitions include full-scale photographic reproductions of his paintings, alongside letters and videos. There’s another rare treat on the first floor of the museum, with one of the world’s few permanent retrospectives of the great Cubist artist Albert Gleizes. Twenty of the paintings he produced between 1901 and 1952 are on display, so visitors can see how the artist developed and how his art evolved from the beginning to the end of his career. Albert Gleizes was an artist of international renown who lived in Saint Rémy from 1939 until his death in 1953. He founded a small colony of artists and artisans at the Domaine des Méjades who contributed to promoting his work. Along with Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes was one of the theoreticians of Cubism, and the finest museums in the world now count his paintings among their collections. A magnificent 18th-century mansion provides the perfect setting for this museum, which is classed a Musée de France. The Van Gogh Centre on the ground floor pays tribute to the Dutch painter with a new exhibition every year, focusing on an aspect of his work. The exhibitions include full-scale photographic reproductions of his paintings, alongside letters and videos. There’s another rare treat on the first floor of the museum, with one of the world’s few permanent retrospectives of the great Cubist artist Albert Gleizes. Twenty of the paintings he produced between 1901 and 1952 are on display, so visitors can see how the artist developed and how his art evolved from the beginning to the end of his career. Albert Gleizes was an artist of international renown who lived in Saint Rémy from 1939 until his death in 1953. He founded a small colony of artists and artisans at the Domaine des Méjades who contributed to promoting his work. Along with Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes was one of the theoreticians of Cubism, and the finest museums in the world now count his paintings among their collections. A magnificent 18th-century mansion provides the perfect setting for this museum, which is classed a Musée de France. The Van Gogh Centre on the ground floor pays tribute to the Dutch painter with a new exhibition every year, focusing on an aspect of his work. The exhibitions include full-scale photographic reproductions of his paintings, alongside letters and videos. There’s another rare treat on the first floor of the museum, with one of the world’s few permanent retrospectives of the great Cubist artist Albert Gleizes. Twenty of the paintings he produced between 1901 and 1952 are on display, so visitors can see how the artist developed and how his art evolved from the beginning to the end of his career. Albert Gleizes was an artist of international renown who lived in Saint Rémy from 1939 until his death in 1953. He founded a small colony of artists and artisans at the Domaine des Méjades who contributed to promoting his work. Along with Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes was one of the theoreticians of Cubism, and the finest museums in the world now count his paintings among their collections. A magnificent 18th-century mansion provides the perfect setting for this museum, which is classed a Musée de France. The Van Gogh Centre on the ground floor pays tribute to the Dutch painter with a new exhibition every year, focusing on an aspect of his work. The exhibitions include full-scale photographic reproductions of his paintings, alongside letters and videos. There’s another rare treat on the first floor of the museum, with one of the world’s few permanent retrospectives of the great Cubist artist Albert Gleizes. Twenty of the paintings he produced between 1901 and 1952 are on display, so visitors can see how the artist developed and how his art evolved from the beginning to the end of his career. Albert Gleizes was an artist of international renown who lived in Saint Rémy from 1939 until his death in 1953. He founded a small colony of artists and artisans at the Domaine des Méjades who contributed to promoting his work. Along with Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes was one of the theoreticians of Cubism, and the finest museums in the world now count his paintings among their collections.


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    Full price (in €)

    7,00

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    Full price : 7 € / Reduced price: 5 €

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