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Atelier Grognard, Rueil-Malmaison

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  • This museum is of easy access, it is very modern, spacious, light. Every 4 months approximately there is a new painting exhibit, quite well documented. Often impressionists, mostly French painters.,  more »
  • This is a local attraction in Rueil Malmaison. I've been to maybe 10 exhibitions here and all were well presented. There is usually someone present who prevents you from taking photos though. (Why?) Y...  more »
  • Very nice old site for exhibitions. The location is easy to find and there are a lot of different arts exposed there during the year. Worth visiting it.  more »
  • Not very warm and rather sulkily home, hostesses do the minimum... But nice place for courses otherwise
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  • Very nice best. Beautiful expos. Paying car park.
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  • Very nice... real professionals of beautiful exhibitions. ...
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  • Very beautiful exhibition but catalogue expo to poor quality photos, too bad.
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  • Superb exhibition space wonderful expo "paint the suburb 1850-1950"
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