The Daubigny Museum exhibits works by the master and other painters of various styles in the manor of Les Colombières, in Auvers-sur-Oise.
Discover in this charming museum paintings by master landscape Charles-François Daubigny. A precursor of the impressionist movement, he revolutionized the representation of the river landscape by painting from the middle of the Oise, on a boat.
The exhibition halls welcome other 19th and 20th century artists such as Boulard or Vollon. The walls of the museum also display works by naive and contemporary painters.
As a cat fan, you will certainly appreciate the room dedicated to works around this animal.
Plastic arts workshops for children are sometimes organized.
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