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Vue de la salle 32 : Italie, France et Europe du Nord


Giovanni-Batista  Cima da Conegliano - Virgin and Child
 Anonymous - Bowl : The Dance of the Cupids
 Anonymous - Candlestick
 Master I.C. - Ewer : scenes from the story of Jason and the Golden Fleece
Jan Mostaert - Portrait of Joost van Bronkhorst
Bernard Palissy (Follower of) - Oval dish with « rustic figuline » decoration
 Painter of the Judgement of Paris, workshop of Maestro Giorgio Andreoli, called Maestro Giorgio - Platter : the Judgement of Paris
 Anonymous - Large bowl : two women in profile on either side of a tree of life

The collection of Renaissance artworks includes paintings, furniture, art objects, books and precious bindings from the 15th century to the start of the 17th century, divided into two main geographical groups: France and Northern Europe on the one hand, and Italy and the Islamic world on the other.

This set, which mainly comes from the Dutuit collection, is mainly made up of art objects made using various techniques: Hispano-Moorish ceramics, Italian majolica, so-called Venetian glass, Iznik ceramics, French glazed earthenware and so-called Saint-Porchaire pottery, painted enamels from Limoges, tin-glazed pottery and more. Apart from the medals and small Italian bronze pieces, these high-quality works are above all pieces of crockery connected to an “art of fine dining” that shows the wealth, power and artistic tastes of the princes of the Renaissance.

The museum also has a very fine set of clocks, watches and jewels illustrating the precious arts and precise time measurement techniques of Europe and the Renaissance.

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Open daily from 10am to 6pm except Mondays and public holidays. Late opening until 8pm on Thursdays for temporary exhibitions.

Free admission to the collections