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Caumont Centre d'Art, Aix en Provence

The Caumont Centre d'Art is a new art gallery housed in an elegant 18th century house with tastefully furnished period rooms, rococo tea rooms and well-manicured classic French gardens.

The Caumont Centre d'Art is a new art gallery housed in an elegant 18th century house with tastefully furnished period rooms, rococo tea rooms and well-manicured classic French gardens. The gallery showcases different temporary collections of art from the 14th - 19th century, and you can watch a 20 minute movie on Paul Cezanne in the basement. The collection of the Prince of Lichtenstein, featuring works by masters such as Rembrandt, Raphael and Reubens, is on display till March 2016. Romantic landscapes by JMW Turner will be on display here from May to mid-September 2016.


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About Caumont Centre d'Art

 3 Rue Joseph Cabassol, Aix-en-Provence, France

 +33 4 42 20 70 01

 www.caumont-centredart.com

Caumont Centre d'Art and Nearby Sights on Map

Cours Mirabeau

Cours Mirabeau is a major boulevard in Aix-en-Provence lined with double rows of plane-trees that form a natural canopy over the road, running from Fontaine de la Rotonde to Place Forbin

Place d'Albertas

Place d'Albertas is a beautiful square surrounded by mansions of the d'Albertas with a fountain in the centre

Fontaine des Quatre Dauphins

Fontaine des Quatre Dauphins or Fountain of the Four Dolphins is the central highlight of the Place des Quatre Dauphins in the heart of the Mazarin district

Aix en Provence Hotel de Ville

The Hotel de Ville (Town Hall) on Place de l'Hotel de Ville in the Old Town is a striking building in Italian style, built between 1655 and 1678 to plans by architect Pierre Pavillon, with sculptures by Jean -Claude Rambot and Jacques Fossé

Place de l'Hotel-de-Ville

Place de l'Hotel-de-Ville is the main square at the heart of Aix-en-Provence, surrounded by beautiful historical buildings such as the Town Hall, Belfry, and Corn Exchange

Vieil Aix

To the north of Cours Mirabeau lies the historic and charming Vieil-Aix or Old Town, with narrow streets lined with shops and restaurants, and colorful weekend markets

L'Ancienne Halle aux Grains

The Corn Exchange, built in 1754 on the Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville to designs by the Vallons, was once a granary but today houses the post office and public library

Passage Agard

Passage Agard, which links Cours Mirabeau to Place de Verdun, is a narrow corridor lined with small shops and restaurants

Aix en Provence Palais de Justice

The Palais de Justice (Law Courts) is the second most important Appeals Court in France after the one in Paris

Cathédrale Saint-Sauveur

Cathédrale Saint-Sauveur or Aix Cathedral has elements spanning from the 6th to 19th centuries, with its architecture being a unique blend of Romanesque, Gothic and neo-Gothic styles