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Housed in a gracefully converted 16th-century chapel showcases an impressive collection (Georges-Grammont Donation) of modern art infused with that legendary Côte
d’Azur light. Pointillist Paul Signac seduced by the region bought a house in St-Tropez in 1892 and introduced other artists such as Matisse, Bonnard, Marquet, Camoin and
Dunoyer de Segonzac to the area.
This small but famous museum's collection includes Signac's St-Tropez, Le Quai (1899) and St-Tropez, Coucher de Soleil au Bois de Pins (1896).You'll also see
here other artists works to name Vuillard, Bonnard and Maurice Denis (the self-named 'Nabis' group)who have a room to themselves.
The Fauvist collection includes works by Derain and Matisse, who spent the summer of 1904 here.
Cubists George Braque and Picasso are also represented.
daily 10am- 1pm and 2pm-6pm except Tuesdays.
Closed in November.
Admission : 6€
(-25 years old 4 €)/groups : 4€
Full collection at the museum:
|Phone||+33 (0) 4 94 17 84 10|
|Address||2, rue de l'Annonciade, Place Grammont F - 83990 St-Tropez|