Granet Museum, Aix-en-Provence
Labeled “Musée de France”, the Granet Museum is one of the most important provincial museums with major works of French painting from the 16th to the 20th century, but also from various Dutch, Flemish and Belgian schools. Nearly 600 works are exhibited and an entire room is dedicated to Paul Cézanne.
The Granet Museum continues to enrich its collections in order to offer its visitors objects from all eras and all cultures.
Since 2010, the new presentations of the French, Nordic and Italian painting collections from the 15th to the 18th complement the permanent collections (Granet, Ingres, Donation from Cézanne to Giacometti…) The visitor can thus discover nearly 500 paintings, sculptures and pieces of 'archeology.