Appreciate that the collections on display here will vary, but nonetheless disappointed with our recent return visit to this small Picasso museum. On a previous visit (over 10 years ago) we found a very interesting collection of Picasso pottery themed around fish designs on plates. This time, no such luck, and nothing in the pottery that was memorable. We were... 更多
Musee National Picasso is combined with another couple of exhibitions. Two of them are the "Musee de la Ceramique" and the "Musee Magnelli". Most visitors (not a lot when we visited) go for the "La guerre et la paix" murals on the Church next to the Musee de la Ceramique". There's also a number of ceramics by Picasso. Unfortunately there's... 更多
Having read about Picasso's influence in this little town renowned for its ceramics we wanted to visit this museum and it didn't disappoint, For a very modest €5 entrance fee which also allows access to another 6 museums/exhibitions in the town, the museum has a fascinating collection of ceramic works by not just Picasso but also Magnelli - combined with... 更多
The museum is interesting.The true Highlight is the chapel with the world famous paintings by Picasso. A must.Rather few tourists.Come around 10 am,just after opening.Few others to share this unique experience with.
Plenty to admire in this place to visit. The building itself (with its solid interior reminiscent of a monastery) is worth a visit as it offers great views out into the Mediterranean, but it's filled with not only paintings and sculptures from Picasso but many other well known artists.
A high point of our trip. It is worth the stop, you could spend hours just sitting in the chapel and looking at it. Nice town, good food, but if you are in the south of France, you must visit.
Picasso's ceramics don't really excite me, but the chapel is quite moving. Watch the video (in English or French) on a screen in the corner which explains the meaning of the paintings in Picasso's own words. Also on the upper floors of the museum there are paintings, amazing furniture, ceramics and lights by other artists including Magnelli. Really worth visiting.
The chapel is wonderful: you are in the middle and the artwork wraps you. The visit is interesting and detailed, because there are both an info paper and a video that explain the paintings in details. Just one note: pay attention to visit time, because they are close at lunch-time but it's not specified on the website.