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Musee de Pont-Aven, Pont-Aven
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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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  • The building is beautifully renovated, also it took time, but is understandable when we see pictures of the construction site. It is very successful. We can approach the paintings, the Museum the view on the village of bridge Aven is superb. We may regret the lack of works by Gauguin but Émile Bernard and Maurice Denis are present, and Filiger is put forward with the garden from his table.
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  • Ideal for understanding the animation of this artistic movement of the second half of the nineteenth century in the very pretty village of breton. Didactics (take the free audio-guide), the visit presents less known than Gauguin and Bernard but very interesting artists such as Filiger and Maufra. Attention: this isn't a Gauguin Museum!
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  • Museum you can visit with audio guide proposed after the entry that allows to visit all levels in a pleasant way. small room Gauguin, but all the works exhibited with among other things the nabis group are perfectly highlighted.
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  • We took a very interesting tour, we will be back for a more detailed tour
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  • Beautiful work and changing exhibitions. The permanent collection also includes a number of very interesting work.
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  • Interesting Museum with many explanations on the contributions of the aven School of bridge.
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  • Beautiful Museum, very interesting video. But lack of recoil to appreciate works
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  • Museum to discover great tour
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