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This is a fairly small gallery in a lovely old building. The collection itself is small but quite wide-ranging. Worth a visit but you may not wish to linger too long unless you’re a serious art enthusiast.
This is quite an odd gallery, in that rooms go from older to contemporary paintings and back; they are housed in a rather lovely building. Picasso held an exhibition in Arles and in one room there are posters and some of his art from that...More
The Rencontres d'Arles had two exhibitions here this year, but the 3€ surcharge also allowed admittance to the permanent exhibitions, including a room with Picasso drawings and a stunning sculpture. Unfortunatly did not have much time for the other rooms, as closing was imminent. Loved...More
We have visited this museum many times, and it changes enough every visit to make the effort worthwhile. I was also pleased to find out the museum is free on Sundays. The little Picasso exhibition on the ground floor is delightful, showing mainly drawings and...More
Historical museum worth a visit. The exhibits are getting better year after year. This museum was once a primary residence of the artist of the same name. Check the website in advance for exhibits of interest. The best exhibits I’ve seen there were during the...More
Jacques Reattu was a local Arles artist from the late 18th, early 19th century. His paintings are interesting but I wouldn't have seen them without the incentive of being in the building itself (on the shore of the mighty Rhone river) and seeing the Picasso...More