Born in Fougères, Emmanuel de la Villéon (1858-1944) drew most of his inspiration from his native Brittany countryside. The museum, located in a 16C building, is mainly devoted to his work: oils, pastels, watercolours, drawings, travel diaries and the famous "box interiors" that provide an insight into the artist's technique and creative process.
Address:51 rue Nationale, 35300 Fougères
Phone:+33 2 99 99 79 59
Price:2 € (-18 years old free of charge)
Jun-Sep: 2pm-7pm; school hols and some weekends May: 2pm-6pm - closed 1 Jan, 25 Dec
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