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We visited as we had seen advertising posters across this area of the Riviera for the cats and dogs exhibition. We were pleasantly surprised by the collections which provided an interesting insight into this artist's life, and particularly enjoyed the photographs taken of the man himself and his beloved pets. Beautifully presented in an air-conditioned modern building (which in itself... 更多
We always enjoy our visits to the Musee Bonnard. Usually the introductory comments on the entry walls have an English translation. We hope that Brexit is not the reason to give that a miss this time. It seems strange that the excellent accompanying catalogues usually have an English section as does the one for this exhibition called A Vision of... 更多
With a little time to spare, a friend and I visited this Museum....we were almost alone as we moved from room to room and floor to floor...there is a variety of works, from pencil sketches, notebooks and many finished works. An excellent film completed the tour....when we were leaving we discovered that the museum had closed and the guard had... 更多
My wife is an artist and Bonnard is one of her favorites, so we made the effort. More than the work presented, the museum provides a good insight into his life and influences. However, parking is very difficult in this overbuilt city.
Went to see the Henri Manguin exhibition which was lovely. Beautiful paintings and also some by Bonnard and others. Not too crowded so one could see everything without having to jostle. Worth visiting this museum frequently as they change the exhibitions a few times per year
The museum is a "must visit" for anybody coming to this area (to then be followed by some excellent dining in a range of local restaurants and visits to artists studios along the rue St Sauveur) There is a small permanent collection of Bonnard's work and then a series of always interesting exhibitions of other artists with some connection to... 更多
you can just imagine being Bonnard up in the hills of Le Cannet above Cannes. His namesake museum brings this underrated artist to life in a sympathetic setting.