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    Alpilles

    Musée des Alpilles

    Catégorie : Étiquettes : ,

    Adresse

    Adresse

    7 Rue Carnot

    Ville

    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

    Code postal

    13210

    Geolocalisation


    Description

    This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving.


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      Alpilles

      Musée des Alpilles

      Situé dans le centre historique du village, le musée abrite une remarquable cour intérieure où veille le buste de Vincent van Gogh sculpté par Ossip Zadkine. Créé en 1919, il a été récemment réaménagé. Promenade dans le …

      Catégorie : Étiquettes : ,

      Adresse

      Adresse

      7 Rue Carnot

      Ville

      Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

      Code postal

      13210

      Geolocalisation


      Description

      Situé dans le centre historique du village, le musée abrite une remarquable cour intérieure où veille le buste de Vincent van Gogh sculpté par Ossip Zadkine. Créé en 1919, il a été récemment réaménagé. Promenade dans le temps et dans l’espace, l’exposition permanente permet de comprendre les paysages actuels, naturels et humains, de la région des Alpilles. Elle évoque les diverses facettes de son patrimoine: faune et flore anciennes (fossiles) et actuelles (plantes des Alpilles, escargots, cigales), exploitation du sous-sol (carrières et poteries), activités agricoles et commerciales millénaires (olivier, vigne, céréales, mouton) et plus récentes (chardon cardère, graines de semence, primeurs), costumes et fêtes traditionnels, tauromachie de type camarguais. Elle se termine par deux salles consacrées à la typographie et à l’estampe, expression de la nouvelle orientation de l’établissement sur les œuvres sur papier et la gravure contemporaine. Traverser la rue Carnot et emprunter en face : Situé dans le centre historique du village, le musée abrite une remarquable cour intérieure où veille le buste de Vincent van Gogh sculpté par Ossip Zadkine. Créé en 1919, il a été récemment réaménagé. Promenade dans le temps et dans l’espace, l’exposition permanente permet de comprendre les paysages actuels, naturels et humains, de la région des Alpilles. Elle évoque les diverses facettes de son patrimoine: faune et flore anciennes (fossiles) et actuelles (plantes des Alpilles, escargots, cigales), exploitation du sous-sol (carrières et poteries), activités agricoles et commerciales millénaires (olivier, vigne, céréales, mouton) et plus récentes (chardon cardère, graines de semence, primeurs), costumes et fêtes traditionnels, tauromachie de type camarguais. Elle se termine par deux salles consacrées à la typographie et à l’estampe, expression de la nouvelle orientation de l’établissement sur les œuvres sur papier et la gravure contemporaine. Traverser la rue Carnot et emprunter en face : Situé dans le centre historique du village, le musée abrite une remarquable cour intérieure où veille le buste de Vincent van Gogh sculpté par Ossip Zadkine. Créé en 1919, il a été récemment réaménagé. Promenade dans le temps et dans l’espace, l’exposition permanente permet de comprendre les paysages actuels, naturels et humains, de la région des Alpilles. Elle évoque les diverses facettes de son patrimoine: faune et flore anciennes (fossiles) et actuelles (plantes des Alpilles, escargots, cigales), exploitation du sous-sol (carrières et poteries), activités agricoles et commerciales millénaires (olivier, vigne, céréales, mouton) et plus récentes (chardon cardère, graines de semence, primeurs), costumes et fêtes traditionnels, tauromachie de type camarguais. Elle se termine par deux salles consacrées à la typographie et à l’estampe, expression de la nouvelle orientation de l’établissement sur les œuvres sur papier et la gravure contemporaine. Traverser la rue Carnot et emprunter en face : Situé dans le centre historique du village, le musée abrite une remarquable cour intérieure où veille le buste de Vincent van Gogh sculpté par Ossip Zadkine. Créé en 1919, il a été récemment réaménagé. Promenade dans le temps et dans l’espace, l’exposition permanente permet de comprendre les paysages actuels, naturels et humains, de la région des Alpilles. Elle évoque les diverses facettes de son patrimoine: faune et flore anciennes (fossiles) et actuelles (plantes des Alpilles, escargots, cigales), exploitation du sous-sol (carrières et poteries), activités agricoles et commerciales millénaires (olivier, vigne, céréales, mouton) et plus récentes (chardon cardère, graines de semence, primeurs), costumes et fêtes traditionnels, tauromachie de type camarguais. Elle se termine par deux salles consacrées à la typographie et à l’estampe, expression de la nouvelle orientation de l’établissement sur les œuvres sur papier et la gravure contemporaine. Traverser la rue Carnot et emprunter en face : Situé dans le centre historique du village, le musée abrite une remarquable cour intérieure où veille le buste de Vincent van Gogh sculpté par Ossip Zadkine. Créé en 1919, il a été récemment réaménagé. Promenade dans le temps et dans l’espace, l’exposition permanente permet de comprendre les paysages actuels, naturels et humains, de la région des Alpilles. Elle évoque les diverses facettes de son patrimoine: faune et flore anciennes (fossiles) et actuelles (plantes des Alpilles, escargots, cigales), exploitation du sous-sol (carrières et poteries), activités agricoles et commerciales millénaires (olivier, vigne, céréales, mouton) et plus récentes (chardon cardère, graines de semence, primeurs), costumes et fêtes traditionnels, tauromachie de type camarguais. Elle se termine par deux salles consacrées à la typographie et à l’estampe, expression de la nouvelle orientation de l’établissement sur les œuvres sur papier et la gravure contemporaine. Traverser la rue Carnot et emprunter en face : Situé dans le centre historique du village, le musée abrite une remarquable cour intérieure où veille le buste de Vincent van Gogh sculpté par Ossip Zadkine. Créé en 1919, il a été récemment réaménagé. Promenade dans le temps et dans l’espace, l’exposition permanente permet de comprendre les paysages actuels, naturels et humains, de la région des Alpilles. Elle évoque les diverses facettes de son patrimoine: faune et flore anciennes (fossiles) et actuelles (plantes des Alpilles, escargots, cigales), exploitation du sous-sol (carrières et poteries), activités agricoles et commerciales millénaires (olivier, vigne, céréales, mouton) et plus récentes (chardon cardère, graines de semence, primeurs), costumes et fêtes traditionnels, tauromachie de type camarguais. Elle se termine par deux salles consacrées à la typographie et à l’estampe, expression de la nouvelle orientation de l’établissement sur les œuvres sur papier et la gravure contemporaine. Traverser la rue Carnot et emprunter en face :


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      Du 2 mai au 30 septembre : ouvert du mardi au dimanche de 10h à 18h. Les mardis de juillet et août : entrée gratuite de 19h à 22h. Du 1er octobre au 30 avril : ouvert du mardi au samedi de 13h à 17h30. Fermeture exceptionnelle : 1er janvier, 1er mai et 25 décembre.

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        Alpilles

        Musée des Alpilles

        Catégorie : Étiquettes : ,

        Adresse

        Adresse

        7 Rue Carnot

        Ville

        Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

        Code postal

        13210

        Geolocalisation


        Description

        This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving. This museum in the heart of the town’s historical centre was created in 1919 and has recently been refurbished. It features a remarkable inner courtyard, watched over by Ossip Zadkine’s sculpted bust of Vincent van Gogh. The museum’s permanent exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the rich facets of local history and culture, giving an insight into the landscapes of the Alpilles region and contemporary life here. Themes include the area’s natural history, with fossil displays; modern native plant species and animals such as snails and cicadas; stone quarrying and clay for pottery; traditional agricultural activities like growing olives, vines, and cereals or sheep farming; cultivation of more recent crops including teasel thistles, seeds, and vegetables; traditional dress and festivals, and Camargue-style bullfighting. The last two rooms are devoted to typography and printing, illustrating the establishment’s new focus on printed works and contemporary engraving.


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