Picasso Museum

16 Promenade Amiral de Grasse, 06600 Antibes, France

(33) 4-9290-5420

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This former home of Pablo Picasso was the first museum dedicated to the artist. (There are now other more substantial ones in Paris, Barcelona and Malaga.) Picasso only lived in the 17th century chateau, which was once a stronghold for Monaco’s Grimaldi family, for six months, but he painted many great works in the South of France, so it is fitting that the region contain a temple to his creative genius. In addition to housing a number of works that Picasso himself donated to the city of Antibes, the museum also features paintings donated by Jacqueline Picasso as well as the works of important contemporaries of his such as Miró, Balthus, Hartung and de Stael. Don’t miss the studio on the second floor or the sculpture terrace.

Written by Melissa Biggs Bradley

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