The Picasso Museum is one of the most not-to-be-missed art attractions, the predecessor of the 12th century Le château Grimaldi. Picasso came to the Cote de Blue in 1946 and stayed at Grimaldi Castle for six months, then turned it into a Picasso Museum for everyone to visit. The Picasso Museum in Antibes is a little niche compared to the Picasso Museum in Paris, Barcelona, Malaga, etc. But it's enough to give you an idea of the artist's leisure time in South France. Ticket price: 8 euros transport: bus 200 between Nice and Cannes, Nice train can also go to Antibes.
An art museum in Picasso. This art gallery has a collection of several famous works. In the art gallery here, I have just seen some other famous works, but I don't know if they are real works.
I highly recommend this museum, which is one of the reasons why many people are in the small town of Leontibe. This museum itself is a classical building with a collection of Picasso's paintings, including drawings.
It's a good place, but it's a pity that it closes too late that day. Consecrate a few location photos.
The Antibes Art Museum is close to the Mediterranean Sea and is a museum that Picasso chose and designed by himself. The area of the museum is not very large, but here is the largest collection of Picasso's paintings, each of which is invaluable. At the same time, there is also a screening room that introduces Picasso's life and the interpretation of his paintings. It is worth listening to.
This is Antibes' most attractive place for tourists, especially those who love Picasso's paintings. The museum is not big. It was mainly made by Picasso when he lived here in 1946. The most famous thing is the joy of life. There are three stick figures painted on one wall. The elements are square, triangle, circle, etc. The first work of this creation. The entire museum is divided into upper and lower floors. A large number of Picasso's original works are on display, which is worth a visit.
The 14th century Grimaldi Castle has a great location. Picasso used the castle as a studio in 1946. Many works by Picasso are now on display. Unfortunately, photography is prohibited inside the exhibition hall. It was very vivid when I happened upon a French elementary school student coming to the art gallery for an art appreciation class. Thinking of such a young child admiring Matisse, there is a feeling of envy inexplicably. There are a lot of statues on the outside platform, you can take special shots!