Musée Estéve

Bourges, France

Built in the 15th and 17th centuries, Musée Estéve serves as a setting to highlight the creative imagination of Maurice Estève, a remarkable and self-taught painter of the 20th century. Through his watercolours, charcoals and colour sketches, you can follow the progress of a sensitive artist.

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SigreY 7.12 (3 months ago)
The Estève exhibition is being held at the Hôtel des Échevins in Bourges. A retrospective that looks back on the unusual career of the famous self-taught artist Maurice Esteva (1904-2001), born in Coulan. In Paris, Esteve was influenced by the Surrealists, and later by Cézanne. About 200 compositions (oils, watercolors, drawings, collages, lithographs, tapestries) are stored in the museum.
Sia Mimi (4 months ago)
Very beautiful place steeped in history with its superb museum of this colorful Artist " Esteve "! To visit....absolutely. The exterior (architecture) is the reflection of a medieval town of Bourges in full swing and rich ...
antho flo (7 months ago)
My 5-year-old son did a workshop with a color cake, everything went very well with his language and physcomotrisiter disability. Very well supervised by the staff and they listen to the parents very important I am very happy and my son had a very good afternoon.
Annie Mariano (2 years ago)
Interesting visit and discovery of the artist's works, sometimes surprising. To have. An artist who follows his passion to the end: makes the choice not to resemble anyone and is free of his choices, of the medium, of the color. And how can you not see, among so many others, some paintings that call out to you and catch the eye, by the beauty of the warm, luminous colors ... What a great visit!
Veronique Dupont (2 years ago)
The place and story of a painter who must have inspired Picasso. It deserves so much recognition from him. The works are well highlighted. The Alderman's Hotel lends itself to it. The interview of the painter and the discovery of his painting transposed into tapestry is an amazing technique not to be missed. Welcome to the top?
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