The museum is worn down and the "tapestry collections"
only consist in two series: a sequence of three rather
ornamental works and the Don Quixote-series, which is more
interesting. The collections of stage decor and costumes are
said to be large, but only a few, not very inspiring items are
exhibited, and in a rather rude way. There are much better
textile collections to be found elsewhere in Provence, such as
the tapestries in St.Trophime and the costumes in Musee Arletan,
both in Arles. So not a real must-see in Aix, mostly for people with
special interests. The museum shop and the displays do not have
much written information on the exhibited works. Photos prohibited.
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