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Located on the first and second floors of the beautiful Baroque Palais Rohan, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg presents an overview of Old Masters paintings by Upper Rhenish artists from 1681 to 1871, and non-Upper Rhenish artists from the 14th century to 1871. Italian works include pieces by Renaissance masters Botticelli, Raphael, and El Greco. Baroque, Classicism, and Naturalism in the 17th and 18th centuries are represented by Rubens, Vouet, La Belle, Canaletto, Tiepolo, and Goya. Paintings from the 19th century include diverse works by Delacroix, Chasseriau, Corot, and Courbet. The lavish collection of paintings includes "Portrait of a Young Lady" by Raphael, "The Myth of Prometheus" by Piero di Cosimo, and "Madonna with Child and Two Angels" by Sandro Botticelli. Be sure to view Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 1863 oil on canvas, "Joan of Arc Kissing the Sword of Deliverance." Use our Strasbourg trip planner to arrange your visit to Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg and other attractions in Strasbourg.
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In the fabulous Palais is another museum hosting an estimable assemblage of Masters. Extending over a few centuries, some well known oeuvre is here to be enjoyed. A diptych by Maarten van...
In the fabulous Palais is another museum hosting an estimable assemblage of Masters. Extending over a few centuries, some well known oeuvre is here to be enjoyed. A diptych by Maarten van... more »
take time to see this museum when in Strasbourg. The collection is very interesting, and you may see a couple of pieces you recognize. Just take your time and take it in.
take time to see this museum when in Strasbourg. The collection is very interesting, and you may see a couple of pieces you recognize. Just take your time and take it in. more »
Small museums that contains around 100 paintings which is located within « Palais Rohan ». Regarding the entrance fee, you can either do that one only, or multiple within Strasbourg (with a day pass or a three day pass) It took us around 45 minutes but we are not expert in this type of art. So I would suggest 60 to 75 minutes for those that are really interested into that and want to have a closer look at some specific pieces. There are audio guide available for free
Amazing little museum in Reims. Great displays and a 20 minute movie about the axis surrender. Highly recommend and the museum doesn’t take more than an hour to fully go through.
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