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Estrine Museum and Van Gogh Interpretation Centre - Tourist Office of Saint-Remy de Provence

Estrine Museum and Van Gogh Interpretation Centre

(Museum)



8 rue estrine 13210 Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

Phone :

04 90 92 34 72

Fax :

04 90 92 36 73

Web site

Musée Estrine

 

 

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 A true jewel of 18th century Provençal architecture, the Estrine Hotel was built in 1748 to house the Princes' Judicature headquarters.

Monaco. It was fully restored in 1989 and awarded the Living Heritage Prize of the Fondation de France.

Since 2007, it houses the Estrine Museum, a young museum in France and has just benefited in 2014 from a vast program of expansion and renovation.

To pay tribute to Vincent van Gogh, who lived in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence from May 8, 1889 to May 20, 1890, the Musée Estrine created a multimedia educational space dedicated to the life and work of the painter.

The Vincent van Gogh Interpretation Center allows visitors to (re) discover the human and artistic journey of this exceptional personality and its influence on the creation of the 20th and 21st century.


The Musée Estrine's collection is dedicated to painting and graphic arts from the 20th and 21st century in the line of the two great artists who have marked the city of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Vincent van Gogh and Albert Gleizes. With over 1000 works, this collection offers a rich panorama of creation

regional and national with artists like Vincent Bioulès, Bernard Buffet, Albert Gleizes, Eugene Leroy or Paul Rebeyrolle.

Two to three temporary exhibitions are organized each year around

important themes of painting or painters and designers of great talent.




Permanent exhibition "Gleizes etc ..." 


The exhibition begins with the work of Albert Gleizes from his figurative beginnings to his abstract research. It then continues with a room dedicated to post-cubist figuration to continue on two rooms dedicated to large abstractions.

In this way, works by Anna Eva Bergmann, Jacques Busse, Geneviève Claisse, Estève, Lucien Lautrec, André Marchand, Piet Mondrian and others are combined.


RATES 2019

 


Full price: € 7

 


Reduced price (on presentation of supporting documents): 5 €
Group, under 18, teachers and students

 

 
School: 2,00 €

 

 

 

Free (on presentation of proof):
Children under 12, Museum staff, artists (map of artists' house), journalists (press card), unemployed and accompanying persons (one per group of 10 people), Heritage Ambassadors

 

 

 

Guided tour: (45min-1h) in French only
Individual: 7 euros (entrance + guided tour)
Group, entrance included: 9 euros

 


Group ticket with the Van Gogh Foundation of Arles: 12 €

 


Information and reservations / reservations@musee-estrine.fr

 

 

 

Opening hours
Open everyday save Monday

 


March and November: 14h-17h30

 


April and October: 10h-12h and 14h-18h / Wednesday in day continues

 


May, June and September: 10h-18h

 


July and August: 10h-18h30

 


 

 

Annual closing: December, January and February

 

 

 

Bookstore
The bookseller museum shop is open access. It offers a large selection of exhibition catalogs, brochures, Van Gogh's art books to the artists represented in the collection as well as a card, reproductions, posters or posters, bookmarks and other objects are made available to visitors.

 

 

 

Disabled

 

The museum guarantees access to all spaces for people with reduced mobility. Visual and auditory failures are supported by amplification systems, audioguides and floor markings.