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It is good to go there when it is raining. I went there on a Sunday and was really nice. They have two sections, for modern and classic art. Nice stuff, I liked the old paintings and bronze statues. Not expensive to enter, around 6...More
The museum and associated garden were under construction when we visited, another problem was a scorching heat wave, unfortunately the place is not air conditioned. If not under construction you have two beautiful classic buildings with a garden in between. One problem is some of...More
Some nice paintings - but frankly nothing spectacular.
The museum is in two buildings opposite to each other.
The titles on the painting are bizarre - such as man holding glove - this is quite obvious - perhaps better to say who the man was...
I was super with their art installation outside the museum. There were multiple paintings in a row, cut in the middle and you could walk through them. It felt that i was part of the painting. After walking the first time, you could turn around...More
Got here early but nice to wait in the little park overlooking the mairie where people were having wedding photos taken. Not crowded at all and has some really interesting art work in a couple of buildings either side of the gardens. Impressionism and modernism...More
The art work is split between 2 buildings in beautiful settings and is well worth a visit. It's only 5 euros entry per person so we thought it was good value for money. It's a mix of art and sculptures with some impressive pieces.
In common with many provincial museums, this is more relevant to civic pride than Art history. The museum repeatedly apologises for it's lack of any noteworthy artists. There are one or two fine pieces and some muddy impressionists. Otherwise I'd stroll around the gardens and...More