A significant museum underneath a small cottage. You wouldn't expect such a large collection in such a small place.
The location is close to several places where the painter lived, probably during summer holidays, and was close to his heart. Interesting is also that the museum was inaugurated during the artist's life, and the one of the first texts the visitor sees, is the painters' personal welcome.
The collection covers the artists' full productive period, and seeing the evolution of the drawings and paintings helps understanding his development. I loved the drawings too. Sometimes their spontaneity made I more appreciated the study than the final work.
The comments by the artist about his way of working and creating are just right. Not too complex, and at the same time insightful.
The paintings contain many symbols. For those who are into interpretation of dreams or symbols in art, there is another world to discover, within the pictorial appearance.
The museum could be refreshed. The lighting is not abundant, probably to protect the drawings.
A great experience.