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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D.S. Abbas (6 months ago)
This a cute little museum with very nice collection of worldwide known artists, highly recommended.
Maria Onischevici (9 months ago)
Superb.
Vedran Mirković (9 months ago)
I was so satisfied and spechless with all the amazing pictures and paint , if you are visiting St. Tropez i definitely recomment to see it !
Mr PCH (15 months ago)
Nice area to sit and relax
Michael Vessey (3 years ago)
Nice , quaint, homely museum of impressionist works. Not a lot to it but a nice way to pass an hour for 6euros. What was nice was the fact that it is full of very personal memories and explorations from artists who have genuinely loved the area. Nice find.
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