this was a mansion where he had been a renter. He then went on to be the only one in here. The building (chateau?) was gorgeous and it was fascinating to walk through the rooms he had lived in and see his art from original "studies" he did to the final work. Also, his sculptures are in the beautiful garden spaces outside as well. Stunning lovely small museum. glad we went.
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