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I should've done a better research before entering. Expensive entrance fee comparing to the contemporary art museum, with 5 halls of fine arts in display. I'm more of a modern art type of person so it wasn't my cup of tea.
This art museum was a real surprise. The collection of works by French impressionists was particularly impressive: Matisse, Monet, Manet, Cezane and Van Gough to name but a few. I also particularly liked the Japanese art screens, which were housed in a room of their...More
Although the museum is small, the quality of the paintings is excellent and well laid out. The collection include works by van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, Modigliani, Chagall, Picasso plus Japanese art.
Definitely worth a visit to escape the heat or the rain.
A small but well designed gallery in a circular form contains four main galleries and external galleries for special exhibitions. The permanent collection has a delightful collection of European, mainly french paintings, including a wonderful Van Gogh. A small but comprehensive shop and a coffee...More
There is a good collection of French impressionists but it is limited with inadequate English signage. There is an audio program for rent.
We were hoping to also see the Mucha exhibit but that had closed and been replaced with a cat oriented exhibit. Not...More
This museum was not well promoted but it was well worth the stop. When we visited the small galleries were adorned with some lesser-known works of the French impressionists as well as works by Picasso and other European masters. The building is well laid out...More
This is a lovely museum that is tranquil and a welcome change from the crowds. They have a lovely permanent collection of 19th century paintings. What struck me the most was that for being small, they had a Berthe Morissot and 2 Marie Laurencin paintings....More