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Musee Yves Brayer, Les Baux de Provence

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  • Opened in 1991, the Yves Brayer Museum displays a hundred or so canvas paintings, watercolours and drawings representative of the artist's work. The Porcelet family holds an important position in... 
    Opened in 1991, the Yves Brayer Museum displays a hundred or so canvas paintings, watercolours and drawings representative of the artist's work. The Porcelet family holds an important position in...  more »
  • It’s a good job we had this included in with the castle at Les Baux and the light show at Les Carrières de Lumières as the paintings were not to my taste. The building itself was interesting though. 
    It’s a good job we had this included in with the castle at Les Baux and the light show at Les Carrières de Lumières as the paintings were not to my taste. The building itself was interesting though.  more »
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  • The museum is not small nor big, just perfect for a 1h museum experience. Lovely paintings, would have loved an audio guide to dive deeper into the life of the painter.
  • Like many places in the Provence region, this village also attracted painters. The Yves Breier Museum contains works of art by Yves Breier, a French artist known for his paintings, which depict everyday life. Born in Versailles in the early 20th century, he traveled many times around the world, until finally returning to France, Paris, in 1934. After World War II, he traveled around the world, visiting Egypt, Iran, Russia, Greece and many other places to try and capture the world. The different colors of these places. In the museum you can see about 100 of the artist's works. Reasonable entry fee. Admission for those 18 and under is free. There is an integrated ticket to the museum, castle and other village site that you should consider purchasing. Opening hours: Daily 10am to 12:30 pm, 2pm to 6:30 pm, November to March, 11am to 12:30 pm, 2pm to 5:30 pm and closed on Tuesdays. The museum closes between January and February. How long should you visit? Between half an hour and an hour.

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