Musée de l’Annonciade

Saint-Tropez, France

Musée de l’Annonciade is one of the oldest modern art galleries in France. This 16th-century former chapel in Place Grammont contains some dross but also cracking stuff from artists connected with Provence in general and St Tropez in particular. Look out for Matisse, Utrillo, Seurat and Dufy. You should also have a look at the pointillist works of Signac, the first artist into St Tropez in the late 19th century.



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Founded: 1922
Category: Museums in France

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4.3/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Nachiket Mehta (13 months ago)
Deffo worth it. Lovely art, only wish there was more of it.
Franklin Young (18 months ago)
It's CLOSED from January 10th thru February 15th. This small detail is mentioned only at the bottom of their home page. We showed dutifully on a Tuesday (Jan 17th) knowing that they are closed on Mondays to our great disappointment. They should make their seasonal closing dates more prominent on their homepage. Also Google does NOT have the seasonal closing dates and would lead to think that they are open. BTW many businesses and restaurants were closed. The classic chicken and the egg problem!
Herbert Masing (2 years ago)
A surprisingly voluminous exhibition with some exciting paintings. Definitely worth the price of 4 euros. A nice surprise!
D.S. Abbas (3 years ago)
This a cute little museum with very nice collection of worldwide known artists, highly recommended.
Maria Onischevici (3 years ago)
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