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I visited the museum, newly reopened, with moderate expectations but it was excellent, really fascinating. Lots of pieces loaned by the Musee D'Orsay and really worth a couple of hours. You can also walk in the surrounding area to find some of the locations where...More
The Talisman - the actual exhibition at this tiny little museum (in collaboration with the Musée Orsay in Paris) is worth every inch of coloured „paper“ .... It tells you in a very educative manner the great history of Gaugin and his friends at the...More
...of tourists, then a quiet hour or two in this charming, small museum would calm. Recently refurbished in a period building, the strikingly modern interior is a credit to the thoughtful and imaginative architects. Take the lift to the third – top – floor where...More
Small museum that has really been refurbished. Worth a short visit - We were there about an hour. No spectacular paintings but a reasonable small collection for cost of ticket. No significant work by Gaugin although he is central figure to the exhibition. Quite a...More
We had heard the museum was worth the visit after a complete revamping two years ago , thus we arrived with high expectations to visit the permanent exhibition. True the place has been modernized , but still suffers from various shortcomings .
The building is...More
This new museum specialises in the late 18th early 19 century art, the impressionists.the best way to look at the paintings is to stand well back, close up you don't see the "full picture",do look fore the ones that show the sunlight or firelight, the...More
This small and interesting museum gives you a good idea of the few years when Gauguin and the other less known painters were spending a lot of their time on Pont Aven. You can better understand how the artists lived at that time, how they...More