a great art museum. I had the chance to visit it with a guide ... an experience that I will never forget.
i live right down the street from here,try to go as often as possible. When I first moved here I doubted that a museum in Grenoble could be as good as it was reputed to be, I was wrong. There are regular expos here, the permanent exhibit is quiet good ! The building is beautiful, spacious, full of light and... More
I expected a small regional museum, and got a very large and very well exhibited series of exhibits - archeology, sculpture, painting - in a beautiful setting. Some great works here which I did not expect to find. Truly worth seeing.
One of my favourite art museums in the WORLD, and it's right down the street / Isere river. I stroll through this museum once a month. The temporary exhibits are always original and well explained, the permanent collection is vast, varied and beautifully exhibited. Lighting in this modern (though now 20 year old) building is perfection. Airy, spacious. Noone should... More
I visited this museum with a group of friends, none of us being particularly big art lovers, but we all thoroughly enjoyed this museum. The sheer size and layout of the building itself is beautiful, including some of the paintings which covered entire walls - quite incredible! The art spanned from classic to contemporary, which means you'll most likely find... More
Beautifully designed and spacious art museum housing a broad collection of permanent exhibits. Regular temporary exhibitions are also worth checking out. I saw Giacometti, Chagal and the Impressionists recently. An important Matisse collection seconded only by the Hermitage.
Housed in a modern architectural very spacious building this museum has an impressive permanent collection of (mainly) paintings covering the 13th to the present century. In addition they quite often organize special expositions, e.g. recently one on Giacometti. Audiotours are available also for the special expositions. Adjacent to the museum there is a good cafetaria/restaurant with a pleasant terrace..
The Musee de Grenoble has an impressive collection of european paintings and sculptures. The museum has a nice chronological order to it, and you get to experience all the imporant French painters and a selection of other great European ones. Names that could be mentioned are Rubens, Monet, Renoir, Chagall and Picasso. I visited Sunday the 3rd of March, and... More
When I went there, they had an exhibition of modern paintings. Some were good but some were very ordinary. Repeating the same theme in the entire museum was not very appealing. One can give this place a miss if they visit Grenoble.
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