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Musee de Pont-Aven, Pont-Aven

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3.4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Musee de Pont-Aven (Musée des Beaux Arts de Pont-Aven or Museum of Pont-Aven) is an art museum housed in the historical municipal building. You can view the works of artists inspired by Brittany and more particularly by Pont-Aven from the 1860s to the 1970s and currently. Works include "Falaises en Bretagne" by Henry Moret, "La crois aux saintes femme"s by Emile Bernard, and "Portrait Marie Lagadu" by Paul Sérusier. Make Musee de Pont-Aven part of your personalized Pont-Aven itinerary using our Pont-Aven trip itinerary maker.
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  • With its links to Impressionist artist, Gauguin, Pont Aven attracts art lovers who will not be disappointed with this newly refurbished gallery and the information it imparts about the local artistic ...  read more »
  • You must love the painters of the school of Pont-Aven, whose the most beautiful paintings are elsewhere: the Gauguin, for example. Many designs of studies before: it's a little frustrating. That said, the building alone is worth the visit: it's very beautiful, without fuss, functional. It does not include the metal marks on the ground: we'd better explain. But it starts: it will take a temporary exhibition of class!
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  • We spent an interesting two hours here. There are a number of local artists. They provide an excellent audio guide which is free of charge and makes the visit more enjoyable. 
  • very lovely town in the Finistère Gallery art d a huge potential very beautiful walks on the no gaugin and property d other painters good visits has all you will not be disappointed
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  • Beautiful Museum, very interesting video. But lack of recoil to appreciate works
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  • Bridge-future Museum enchants the visitor with the school of Pont-Aven (Maurice Denis in 2009, label of national interest!), but also the spirit of pictorial revival were looking Gauguin and the nabis by more contemporary exhibitions such as those with Olivier Debré (2008) or, most recently Serge Poliakoff (2010)! We can also mention "Paul Signac Bretagne" (2008) or, in 2010 "Paul Ranson artist Nabi: fantasies and spell". Talk about the future with the construction of a new museum that is accurate for Pont-Aven: small museum will become big!
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