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  • "The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
  • "The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
  • "The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
  • "The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
  • "The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
  • "The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
  • "The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre

"The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre

Until January 2nd, 2022
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"The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
"The Paris of Dufy" - Musée de Montmartre
Wednesday to Friday: 11am to 6pm (last admission at 5pm) Saturday and Sunday: 10am to 7pm (last admission at 6pm)

The Musée Montmartre has always shone a light on artists that frequented the area, whether they lived there, spent some time there or featured it in their works.

This summer, this lovely place a few steps from the Place du Tertre invites visitors to discover the unique world of the artist Raoul Dufy, who once occupied one of the workshops at 12 rue Cortot, where the museum is today. Although he is best known for his painting The Electricity Fairy, the largest in the world, the artist also created a world with his own rich colours and textures, focusing on a favourite subject: Paris.

This themed visit is divided into 10 sections and comprises 200 varied works including paintings, sketches, engravings, drawings, furniture … This retrospective, like the artist and the museum is a declaration of love to the City of Light.


WHAT IS INCLUDED : 
- Admission to the temporary exhibition "The Paris of Dufy" 
- Admission to the permanent collections of the Musée de Montmartre
- Admission to the Renoir Gardens

 

PLEASE NOTE :
Admission to the Musée de Montmartre is free, on presentation of proof of ID for children aged under 10.

The Musée de Montmartre reserves the right to limit access to the gardens and/or museum rooms according to its activity.

The Musée Montmartre makes sure that sanitary measures are respected: wearing a mask is compulsory, physical distances are respected, hydroalcoholic gel is made available …

COVID-19 information: from 21 July 2021, a health pass or a test taken within the last 48 hours may be required to access attractions and activities. Please check in advance the partner's website before your visit

Times

Wednesday to Friday: 11am to 6pm (last admission at 5pm)

Saturday and Sunday: 10am to 7pm (last admission at 6pm)
  • Duration Duration : 1:30h

Access

12 rue Cortot
75018 Paris
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