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Musée Antoine Vivenel






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Description : Antoine Vivenel, founder of the museum in 1839, gathered a fine collection of works of art that show his love for Antiques, the Renaissance Period and Art of his times. There is an exceptional collection of painted vases displaying the theme of ancient Greece. Enamel from Limoges, Earthenware from Palissy, Glassware from Venice, Majolicas from Italy, Ceramics from the Rhine, Pewter from Nuremberg are all examples of European Renaissance art. Along with all of these are paintings, sculptures and works of art from the 18th and 19th centuries. A single ticket grants admission to the Antoine Vivenel Museum, the Saint Corneille Cloister and the temporary exhibitions of the Vivenel Centre.

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Address : 2 rue d'Austerlitz 60200 Compiegne
Tel : 03 44 20 26 04
Fax : 03 44 20 23 09
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Du 02/01/2018 Au 31/12/2018

Autres fermetures : 1st of January - 1st of May - 14th of July - 1st of November - 25th of December


Adult price Entre 4 Et Euros
Reduced adult price Entre 3 Et Euros
from 7 to 18 years Free Entre 0 Et Euros
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