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I came to Montauban for a daytrip and of course I visited the museum. On Ingres there were only two rooms, which is disappointing, plus a temporary exhibition with its sketches. His paintings were interesting but I just walked past everything else.
This is a lovely little museum and is predominantly focused on the works of Ingres. On that basis, it is excellent. Despite my love of art, I found it somewhat lacking in depth (although with a handful of superb pieces) and the poor availability of...More
I am not a geat fan of Ingres paintings, but I do love the Ingres museum.
Because you can see there his violin (Ingres earned his leaving playing violin in an orchestra before leaving to Paris), his collections of art he bought when in Rome...More
This is a surprisingly interesting museum, with a good size collection of paintinings by Ingres and sculptures by Bourdelle. With a guide to explain their local connections, it's a very interesting visit.
The best museum I have visited (many times) with no queuing !! Lots to see from super ceramics( many beautiful and important pieces) to the medieval great hall . One time home of the Black Prince then a Bishops palace.. Perhaps Tarn et Garonne's greatest...More