Musee Ingres Bourdelle, Montauban

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Art Museum · Hidden Gem · History Museum
Housed in the 17th-century Episcopal palace, Musee Ingres Bourdelle features the collections of two illustrious Montauban artists: painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres and sculptor Antoine Bourdelle. Tour the five floors of diverse work, including Gallo-Roman pottery, Greek vases, and regional work by Zao Wou-Ki and Olivier Debré. Explore the first floor, dedicated to Ingres, and admire famous pieces like the portrait of Madame Henri Gonse and The Dream of Ossian. Don't miss notable sculptures by Bourdelle, such as Hercules the Archer and The Kiss. The reception desk has a free audio guide in English. If you're traveling with children, head to the Discovery Museum. To visit Musee Ingres Bourdelle on your trip to Montauban, use our Montauban holiday maker tool.
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  • A good collection of art by Ingres and his contemporaries in a lovely and sympathetically restored monastery. Staff were friendly and went out if their way to help.  more »
  • We did not know the Ingres Musee was closed so it was a disappointed. They are renovating the place. It's a huge old brick building and contains paintings by other artists too. Darn!  more »
  • Very interesting museum, much more than a local museum and sited in a wonderful historic building near the river.
  • Basement is really interesting lots of artifacts, upper floors lots of interesting paintings

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