Gustavour Art Museum is also known as the Gustave Moreau Museum. Gustave is a famous architect and artist in French history. It houses many of his exquisite designs and paintings. The center of the museum The spiral staircase is really very beautiful and it is definitely an art treasure to become the golden ratio.
Super “de niche” museum. Far from the overstepped path, a refined cultural journey through Moreau’s works. Not for amateurs of course: go there with a smattering about the period...it will help :)
Gustave is a famous designer family in French history, and this museum is also their private museum. There are many exquisite designs in the museum, which reflect the fantastic ideas of this great family. This is also a museum that modern architects are particularly yearning to visit, because some designs are classics even now.
The museum is very small, and the ticket is included in the museum pass, which is a private collection.
I like Morrow's style very much. Today I can finally see the original style, although his most complete and realistic one is in the Orsay Museum. Take the No. 12 subway to Trinile-d ``Estienne-d'' Overs station and take the Rue Saint-lazare exit. You can see a church. There is a sign to the Moreau Museum on the road covered. Follow the sign and turn a turn Going further, the famous Esmod is beside her. The four-story building is full of Moreau's paintings, mostly unfinished. It can be seen that the steps in his paintings have the same theme, and he has painted many pairs. I bought several of his picture albums, and the Japanese is actually pretty good.