Musee PEYNET et du Dessin Humoristique, Antibes

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3.8/5 based on 80 reviews on the web
Musee PEYNET et du Dessin Humoristique was opened in 1989 in France. It was named after Raymond Peynet, a well-known illustrator who resided in Antibes. When you enter the octagonal designed museum, you get a chance to view over 300 pieces of Peynet’s artworks. From etching and lithographs to watercolors, gouache and Indian ink. The collection includes his most famous work ‘Les Amoureux de Peynet’ or Lovers Peynet, an illustration of a violinist and his admirer at the Valence kiosk, which later transformed into a poet and his lover. Additionally, there are many of his humoristic drawings on display. For Musee PEYNET et du Dessin Humoristique and beyond, use our Antibes trip builder to get the most from your Antibes vacation.
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  • Would recommend for its general culture, if you're in old antibes, must see the Picasso and peynet Museum.
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  • In the central square of Antibes stop to dream with the cartoons of Peynet.
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  • Small museum but what humor with these drawings of Mr Peynet, we enjoy his posters of advertisements, these traits lovers who made the fame of the artist. Affordable entrance to this small museum and frankly do here.
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  • A nice Museum, small but packed with drawings, prints, photos and various items, all of Peynet. You pass a pleasant hour and only cost 3 euros. Also there is always a second view, dedicated ud another artist, as Kristian and now Dubout/Pagnol. The staff are friendly and there is a space where you can rest peacefully. I do occasionally go there, because there is always associated with a view by another artist.
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