Emmanuel-de-la-Villéon Museum

Born in Fougères, Emmanuel de la Villéon (1858-1944) drew his principal inspiration from the countryside of Brittany, his homeland. The museum, located in a 16C building with a porch and wood and granite pillars, is mainly devoted to his work (canvasses, drawings and watercolours).

Useful information

Address : 

51 rue Nationale

Phone:

+33 2 99 99 79 59

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