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Bourdelle Museum, Paris

Bourdelle Museum - Paris, France
Bourdelle Museum
18 rue Antoine Bourdelle, Paris, France 75015Map
+33 1 4954 7373
Neighborhood: 15th Arrondissement
Overview

Opened in 1949, Musée Bourdelle was originally Antoine Bourdelle's workshop. He accomplished most of his work on display here over the course of 40 years. Extensions were built in 1961, but it is specifically the 1992 extension, made by Christian de Portzamparc, which enabled the exhibition of all of Bourdelle's works. Over 500 creations — bronzes, plasters, marbles and paintings — are displayed in the museum's rooms and garden. Temporary exhibitions, organized several times a year, enable visitors to discover other artists such as Luciano Fabro, Claude Rutault and Didier Vermeiren. In addition to guided tours, there is a workshop for children where they can create their own sculptures. If you make an appointment, you can have access to the documentation room.

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Bourdelle Museum General Information
  • Open Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
  • Type: Arts & Museums
  • Credit Cards Accepted: mastercard, visa
  • Nearest Train: Falguière
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