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A Gem of a Small Museum

I had never heard of Emmanuel Lansyer (a member of the School of Barbizon) before I visited this... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2017
jbg74
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Saint Paul, Minnesota
A discovery!

The museum is a hidden gem. And just what one wants. An hour is enought, impression of 19 th... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2015
diana56
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Enkhuizen, The Netherlands
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1 rue Lansyer, 37600, Loches, France
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

I had never heard of Emmanuel Lansyer (a member of the School of Barbizon) before I visited this museum. This is a small museum that packs a big punch. The ground floor is wonderfully decorated in late 19th century style and has dozens of Lansyer's...More

Thank jbg74
Reviewed 19 September 2015

It is a nice house full of the artists paintings. It is in the royal city on the way to the chateau. It is OK if you have extra time

Thank courtney106
Reviewed 20 July 2015

The museum is a hidden gem. And just what one wants. An hour is enought, impression of 19 th century house and some very nice paintings. Short documentary with english subtitles gave the visit a little extra. Recommended

Thank diana56
Reviewed 29 June 2015

A lovely little house which had belonged to the the French painter Emmanuel Lansyer (who I had never heard of prior to my visit). Lots of his work is exhibited n several rooms and it also provides an insight into a typical 19th century French...More

Thank SimonP1
Reviewed 8 June 2015

A really interesting 10 minute ( sub titles in English) video introduces the artist and then you are free to walk around his house filled with artwork. The pretty cool garden with exceptional views offers a space to relax. All for only 2 Euros.

Thank janet M
Reviewed 16 May 2015

Worth the €2 entrance to see beautiful paintings and Short video about the artist. Nice little garden around the house which you can sit in and relax.

Thank J1843LLkate
Reviewed 29 September 2014

Mr. Lansyer was an architect/artist in the mid 19th Century. Most of the work in this house is his, but he was an accomplished landscape painter. The collection includes a few works by other artists. It is a free museum within the walls of the...More

Thank RichardinOhio
Reviewed 27 September 2014

Emmanuel Lansyer painted mostly landscape and architecture. These were some of my most favorite pieces, even after seeing the masters at the Louvre and d'Orsay.

Thank Brenda F
Reviewed 16 April 2014

Very small, but welcoming. Interesting to add on to other visits in the town, but not worth a trip on its own. Popped in to this museum while walking round the town. The children weren't very interested, age eight and ten, but there was a...More

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