We love everything that has to do with craftsmanship, especially when it’s in Paris! In this charming city, there is always something to do when it comes down to museums and history. In the 15th arrondissement there is a wonderful, old atelier to discover in Musée Bourdelle Paris.
Antoine Bourdelle was a french sculptor and painter that created several beautiful marble pieces. He was highly acclaimed by the public and by the critics in 1910 for one of his masterpieces, Heracles Archer (picture below).
At Musee Bourdelle Paris
From a secret garden full of sculptures to Antoine’s intimate apartment and a hall of plaster masterpieces, this museum is lovely to stroll around and get stunned by the beauty around you. Have an impression and find all the details of the museum below.
The museum is located in the heart of Montparnasse and is open from 10am to 6pm every Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Mondays). The entrance is free for the permanent collection and the museum, find more information at Musee Bourdelle.
Posted by Ethnic Chic