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Musee Picasso, Antibes
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Entirely dedicated to the brilliant work of Pablo Picasso, Musee Picasso is housed in the Hôtel Salé in Paris. The collection holds more than 3,000 examples of Picasso’s work in all styles, including ceramics, sculptures in wood and metal, drawings, and paintings. You'll also see Picasso's personal collection of works by other artists, including Cézanne, Degas, Rousseau, Seurat, de Chirico, Matisse, and some of his African inspirations. Peruse news clippings and photographs that chronicle the artist's defining moments. Musee Picasso is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Antibes Edition.
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Musee Picasso is at the Chateau Grimaldi in Vieux Antibes, the old part of Antibes. Spectacular museum - the setting is beyond compare, and the collection is excellent. Wonderful to wander around wher... read more »
The Picasso Museum occupies the Chateau Grimaldi, on a cliff top overlooking the sea in the middle of “old” Antibes. The building is cool and spacious inside with works by Picasso on display – it says... read more »
Présentation soignée, bel arrimage du visuel et de la modernité du multi-média! À voir et à revoir! Bravo ! Helene, Québec, CanadaNeat, nice stowage of Visual and multi-media modernity! To see and review! Bravo! Hélène, Quebec, Canadashow original
Cpt. Carl Sputh
The staff was arrogant.. The exhibitions we very nice and the museum was clean and laid out well. I would take guests back. The patio was very nice with a great view
They are the most arrogant museum staff that I have ever met. They are closing at 12 but started to chase people out at 15 minutes to 12. The staff at the cashier refused to take credit card and insisted smaller amount notes. This was too much. Although I will recommend the Le Corbusier paintings. They have a nearly complete progress showing how his work developed. As for Picasso, I was never a big fan of him. Cannot tell if he was painting seriously or just for making money.
Nice small museum. Great collection and a nice view from a patio
A collection of Picasso's smiley faces and ceramics. The fact the the gift shop sells 0 (zero) prints of any of the pieces of art in the museum tells you about their quality.
The museum is situated in the old Picasso house, is very well conserved but nothing exceptional
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