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This is one of the museums open on a Monday and one of the reasons we visited. We got there just before opening; only us and a few other people, in fact the museum was never busy while we were there. At first you view...More
I think you would have to love Moreau to love this museum.
I’m not a lover. The museum didn’t do it for me. Many unfinished works on display which show his technique hence the tons of art students studying here.
I can see his relevance...More
We visited yesterday after first visiting Musee Jacquemart Andre and Musee Nissim de Camondo.... both are far superior if you're wanting to go visit a villa/museum with great history and art. Nothing here is in English so if you want ANY background info I guess...More
The fact of being his own house gives it all the nice atmosphere to browse through all his sketches, and his gigantic paints hanging on the wall. We've been there 4 times already and there's always something we hadn't seen the first time. Highly recommended!
This is a flat-like museum filled with symbolism artworks. The working hours are 10h-17h, but even if it is small it's not crowded and you can go at any time without fear of being squashed by other visitors.
the museum is located in the nice house where moreau lived in Montmartre. There are lots of paintings which are installed very near to each other. It gives an overwhelming impression: too much paintings in a place which is too small for that. The works...More
The artist Moreau decided to convert his home into a museum, and created several large-scale paintings specifically to fill the rooms. And filled they are... The paintings are not really my style (too dark and too much pathos), but the history of the place makes...More
Nestled on a small street high on a hill stands the Musee Gustave Moreau. I am admittedly a Moreau fan and I suspect one would have to be to venture forth and see the collection cum home. The sublime painter of the surreal subconscious mysterious...More