Picasso donated several drawings to this museum, because he liked the town and its bullfighting so much. There are a few 19th century portraits, but it concentrates mostly on contemporary artists. The building itself is interesting and worth looking at.
It comes as a free on the 11€ tourist card and as it was raining we thought we'd give it a go. Having been underwhelmed by Picassos seen in minor museums elsewhere we were not expecting much and were principally interested in the building and its connection with the Knights of Malta. However, we were delighted with the exhibits of... 更多
This is a lovely small museum in two old buildings. Definitely worth visiting if you are staying in Arles. (If you are only making a day trip, you might not have time.) Contemporary work is interestingly inserted among exhibits of older paintings, drawings and sculptures. When we visited in August, the museum was also one of the locations for a... 更多
The old head quarters oft he Knights Hospitallers has been put to good use as an art museum. The old, partly unfinished paintings of the original founder, the painter Reattu, are interesting, and the contemporary part is also quite good.. The building has lots of nooks and crannies, gargoyles and staircase to explore.
This gallery is a close walk (5 minutes) from the town centre and features lots and lots of art and also designs. There are clothing designs, old & modern art, as well as furniture and sketches here. The building itself is beautiful and it is not expensive to access. Could spend a good day here.
Although we got here at the very end of a museum and ruin packed day, (we still had one more attraction on our museum pass) I still enjoyed the collection of Reattu's art. There were some pretty intriguing pieces.
The Musée Réattu (Reattu Museum) must be on your itinerary when in Arles. We loved it. This is primarily an art museum including works by Arles-born painter Jacques Réattu, original paintings by Van Gogh, drawings by Picasso, as well a great display of sculptures, contemporary art and fascinating photographic collection. Don't miss it.
We went into this museum because it was included in our Advantage Pass and were stunned by the building and by the contemporary photography exhibition we found on the top floor. Picaso does little for us although it was nice to see that he had donated several works to the museum - and the sketch of his mother demonstrated other... 更多
Barely anything is in english and unless you are a big art fan, there's not much to see. Don't waste your time and go see some of the other attractions.