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Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nice, Nice
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View the work of some of Europe's lesser-known artists at Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nice. The museum is often called Jules Cheret because of its large collection by this painter and poster artist. The museum was built inside an unfinished building from 1821. Prince Lev Viktorovich Kotchoubeï started but never completed the structure. In 1925, the city if Nice bought it to house this fine arts museum, which was made possible largely in part to donations from several French royal families. See Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nice and all Nice has to offer by arranging your trip with our Nice vacation generator.
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Take 38 bus there and back to get a good tour of urban Nice. The museum is well laid out and enjoyable, with excellent gardens. A fine collection of Jules Cheret paintings
Dette museum for ældre kunst udmærker sig ikke ved kunst af specielt høj kvalitet bortset fra deres stolthed, en meget smuk altertavle. Til gengæld ligger det i et smukt gammelt palæ, så alt i alt er ... read more »This museum for older art is distinguished not by art of especially high quality apart from their pride, a very beautiful altarpiece. On the other hand, is located in a beautiful old mansion, so all in all, it is worthwhile to see.show original
Interesting museum. Worth visit.
Gianluca BertoncelliVery interesting Museum but by a little shabby ... Grandissimoa is worth a visit. has a park with free admission.show original
Blandine CanonneBeautiful Qqs works as this roll Chinese or two arrays of velvet Brueghel. The Jules Chéret room might be beautiful but works are poorly hung while height! A Bronzino, qqs Carpeaux... But the dust, a ceiling that falls to rubble, no Bookstore, no coffee corner, no parking... In feelings of deep abandonment. And then either it is expensive €10, then the Louvre promises km of galleries for barely more expensive; either you have the pass card but be aware that your IP and your sales receipt are photocopied, what is illegal! In short, when a true cultural policy of the city of Nice quality?show original
Kuipper géraldCurrently, the Museum of the fine arts of Nice is deplorable: admission to 65 francs per person (10 Euros) is quite unjustified. No parking (closed permanently), no possible parking nearby, building in a deplorable state scandalous for a rich city like Nice. The collections are poorly highlighted, not visit, small ridiculously small labels brochure. The collection of the Van Loo is interesting as well as altarpieces, but this is not worth the price of admission. No shop, no reproduction of works-quality documents. Damage to the cultural image of this beautiful city whose municipal councillors sacrifice culture and nice heritage to commercialism shortsighted.show original
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