Musée Pierre-de-Luxembourg, Villeneuve-les-Avignon
(3.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is an interesting small museum near the main church in the heart of the very pretty village. The works are beautifully installed in a nicely renovated old building. Nice staff. 
  • He do not have much interest in art to dare say otherwise. The Museum Pierre de Luxembourg is small but still spans floors! There is the very famous "Virgin ivory", formerly placed in the collegiate church, and the tables, furniture dishes and statues that were in the Chartreuse including the very famous painting: "The coronation of the Virgin" e. Quarton, real proof of the power of the Church of the middle ages and coveted by the Louvre in Paris! Other works are also valuable (Champaigne, Mignard... etc) the only downside would be the fact that the works are a little too "fingertips". The person responsible for monitoring is only and can not do all the floors. Children, and the irresponsible people benefit... The meaning of the visit is either very well indicated and it would be good idea to paint the second staircase...
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  • Here one of the best is "Virgin crowned" painted in 1454, Angela in carton. sharpness I don't think 183 cm x 220 cm this epic 560-year-old, finely drawn, colours are really beautiful. It is a picture indicating the strength of France paintings at the time. In the four-storey museum, pickup was a distant views of the city from a fourth floor window and Avignon.
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