Bourdelle Museum

  • Outside view of Bourdelle Museum, picture by Philippe Ladet
  • Inside view of Bourdelle Museum, picture by Philippe Ladet

Formerly the gardens and workshops where Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929) lived and worked, the Bourdelle Museum is now home to an exceptional collection of plaster, bronze and marble work by the artist who was once Rodin’s assistant and the master of Giacometti, Germaine Richier and Vieira da Silva. The museum's extension created in 1992 by Christian de Portzamparc provides more space for the sculptor’s work. Since June 2012, museum's visitors follow a different path through the permanent collections: educational, chronological and attuned to the work, highlighting Bourdelle’s artistic evolution.

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