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The Angladon-Dubrujeaud museum is home to a collection of works by major artists from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, kept by Jean and Paulette Angladon-Dubrujeaud, heirs of the famous Parisian couturier and collector, Jacques Doucet. Jean and Paulette Angladon-Dubrujeaud, painters and engravers, Avignon by birth and adoption, generously provided for their former home to be transformed into a museum to hold the collection they had inherited and added to.

In accordance with their wishes, on the upper floor, their home has retained the charm of an art lover's interior, with the medieval and Renaissance room, the artists' studio, the Chinese room and the 18th century living rooms which display many canvases, drawings, signed furniture and works of art.


Next conferences :

- Cezanne's Years by
E. Amiot on 18th november (3 p.m)

From Watteau to Chardin, unknowned chefs-d’œuvre of the 18 century .
by G. Glorieux on 2nd december (3 p.m)

Musée Angladon - Avignon -