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Galerie Pascal Laine, Menerbes
(4/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
Galerie Pascal Laine is an art gallery that houses the works of artists like Jean Degottex, Jean Deyrolle, Joe Downing, Peter Klasen, Bengt Lindström, Antonio Segui, and Victor Vasarely. Among them, Joe Downing was a native of Kentucky and he became one of the foremost modern painters in France. There are many shops also that sell glass, gallery of paintings, perfume, jewelry, as well as Provencal products. In this gallery, apart from paintings, photographs, and sculptures of contemporaries of Pascal Laine are also kept. To visit Galerie Pascal Laine on your trip to Menerbes, use our Menerbes trip itinerary planner.
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  • Port charming really wonderful in things to see and buy. some prices too but too good experience
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  • always interesting exhibitions, from artists to discover or rediscover with a gallery owner who loves the artists and their work and always gives something to discover
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  • Galerie Pascal lain was the conduit that initiated our interest and later the craving to celebrate this gorgeous village. Their web site had captivated our interest and seeing the magic that the wunde...  more »