From 15th June to 1st October. Open Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays, 3-6pm. Self-guided tours. Guided tours available throughout the year – booking required. The museum plays homage to a renowned international artist in an impressive retrospective that reflects the artist’s own vision.
Marceau Constantin, who was originally from Saint-Christol, built a successful career in France. He was an authorized transcriber for the Louvre and National Museums and his work has been exhibited all over the world. A visit to the Marceau Constantin Museum provides a unique artistic experience in a rural setting. This municipal contemporary art museum, built in 2009, contains 200 works and utilizes a new, creative 3D technique, “le Bout’Art.” Using a French/English audioguide, you can find out about this artist through his work, spanning over seven decades, as well as his life in Paris-Montparnasse, Provence, and the world over. The diversity of subjects and variety of techniques used makes this a truly exceptional fine art collection. The different techniques include: drawings, paintings, ceramics, illustrations, silk screen printing and gilt ceramics. Drop in and spend a hour or two listening to Marceau Constantin’s commentaries on his own work. Open all year round by appointment: +33 (0)6 84 37 96 76. Price: 2 Euros/adult; free entry for under 18s.
La Provence à Vélo partner; special welcome reserved for cyclists.
Musée Marceau Constantin Le Cours
Lift, Air conditioning, Car park, Coach parking Guided tours.
Adult: from 2 €.
Free entry for children < 18 years, press, mountain guides, mountain guides, subscribers, the drivers, Job-seeker, children accompanied by an adult, teachers, the students, mountain guides, people with reduced mobility, disabled people, disabled people and accompanying persons.
From 15/06 to 01/09 between 3 pm and 6 pm.
Closed Monday and Tuesday.