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.
The Marceau Constantin museum 18 Le Cours
Lift, Toilets, Air conditioning, Book shop, Car park, Parking, Coach parking Educational visits, Tourist brochures, Guided tours.
From 15/06 to 01/09/2019
Full price: 2 €.
From 15/06 to 01/09/2020
Full price: 2 €
Set price group adults: 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.