Musée des Beaux-Arts
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|The ‘Beaux-Arts’ trail|
|Paolo et Francesca, Ingres, 1819|
The first rooms display primitive french, italian and flemmish 14th century pieces. The following rooms are consecrated to northern, french and italian 16th and 17th century painting. The second floor holds work from the 18th century, presented in the Grand Galerie. Pieces by Fragonard, Chardin etc. are shown here.
A remarkable ensemble of Italian landscapes paintings dominate the 19th century rooms as well as works by Monet or Ingres. The next rooms are devoted to the 20th and 21st centuries, represented by famous artists as Maurice Denis or Francois Morellet, and also regional artists like Daniel Tremblay.
The end of the trial leads to a room at the basement, which holds examples of « academic art », in the form of painting and sculpture.
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