Designed in 1555 for the rich pastel merchant, Pierre Assezat, this beautiful private mansion in Toulouse has been superbly ... More
Designed in 1555 for the rich pastel merchant, Pierre Assezat, this beautiful private mansion in Toulouse has been superbly restored. It now houses the personal collection of Georges Bemberg. While paintings have pride of place, there are also bronze sculptures and other objects on display. The collection, which dates mainly from the 17th century and the Renaissance features European schools, including work by François Clouet, Cranach, Pieter de Hooch, Pourbus and du Tintoret. The French modern movement is also represented with pieces by Manet, Picasso, Dufy, Vlaminck, etc.
This collection of art is a true find. It was almost next door to hotel Beuxs-Arts at the Pont Neuf.
It is very well organized, Paintings are shown in what was an old mansion. The collection is very deep. especially in impressionism.
Worth a trip out of the way to visit.
I was highly impressed whit the whole outlay of the Building and galery I just can say superb . we visited toulouse whit the rotery club Soulliac in the Lot where I was A visitor. Vielen Dank Karl Stolzenberg
A wide range of modern studios and apartments, all pleasantly decorated, are available here for one to four people. Just
like a second home, they have an integrated kitchen, bathroom and all the comforts one might need. There are ...
This museum changes its poster exhibition three times a year. The collections are diverse, sometimes devoted to a specific French
or foreign artist, such as Toulouse Lautrec or Folon, sometimes concerned with such themes as the bicycle, May 1968, ...
The largest green space in the city centre runs all the way from the Pont Neuf to the Pont Saint
Michel, along the river bank. It's one of the best places in the city for a walk. On sunny ...