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This was a lovely museum and odd collection of superior paintings. It was nice to get off the street and into the quiet space this museum offered, but I think it could have done a little more with explanations for visitors who are a little...More
Not a very large collection, but there's lots of excellent stuff in the permanent collection, particularly the Flemish and Impressionist paintings. The van Gogh was on loan to the gallery in Arles but they had loaned them a lovely Hockney van Gogh tribute in exchange....More
This new and short time exhibition is worth a substantial visit as one needs to read the documents and appreciate the wonderful choice made in conjunctin with the widow of François Morellet. One can spend a little more time to take a great pleasure with...More
Maybe I am jaded, as I have seen lots of
museums and lots of art all over the world.
This is a very small exhibit, featuring a collection of the late Jacques Doucet. There are a few very good paintings, the ones by Van Gogh...More
This private collection is very well displayed in a historic building. The remnants of a collection by Jacques Doucet, a wealthy fashion couturier and aart collector, the works are very well-displayed and paintings by Degas, Sisley, Picasso and Hockney hang comfortably together. Unfortunately the Picasso...More
The Modigliani is great, but they really over-sell the collection. There is one small room of post-impressionists and the rest of the collection is not compelling. They had an interesting temporary exhibit, so if you feel like you need to go, check to see what...More