MUSÉE ANDRÉ DELUOL

Sculptures, paintings, drawings and pastels, former studio of the artist André Deluol. Beaches of the South Vendée and Retrocoastal.

Description

André Deluol, born in 1909 in Valence in the Drôme and died in Saint-Michel-en-L'Herm in 2003 was a distinguised sculptor loyal to the "école française" (Maillol, Despiau...). "With the birth of contemporary art, plastic beauty was neglected," he noted. That is why his inspiration was the human body. "Why would we seek beauty elsewhere?" he liked to say. He created works commissioned by the State and the private sector. His sculptures can be admired in several cities in France. With a steady hand, he cut his works directly from stone, marble or wood and made statuettes out of glass paste (Daum).

  • Groups accepted ( minimum : 10 - maximum : 50 )
  • Types : museum

Activities

  • Specific themed events
  • Workshop for children

Languages

  • English
  • French

Booking

Availabilities and booking

Visit

  • Information board languages : French, German, English, Dutch

Visits languages

  • French
  • English

Individual

  • Length of visit : 1h (on average)

Groups

  • Length of visit : 1h (on average)

Comfort / services

  • Shop

Price

Free

  • Children's price : 3,00 € - Etudiants et scolaires. Gratuit - 7 ans
  • Price for subscribers : 6,00 € - Visite de l'Abbaye Royale et du musée André Deluol
  • Group price : 3,00 € - Min 10 personnes
  • Child group tarif : 3,00 € - Min 10 personnes
  • Full adult price : 4,00 €

Means of payment

  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Holiday vouchers

Opening

Open all year round