Musée Antoine-Lécuyer

Interesting
The pride of this museum is its impressive collection of almost 100 portraits by Quentin de la Tour, who lived and died in Saint-Quentin (1704-1788). It also features paintings and sculptures from the 17C-20C, most notably the poignant triptych by André Devambez, a secular reflection on the Great War, and the pieces by Amédée Ozenfant, founder of Purism with Le Corbusier.

Useful information

Address:

28 rue Antoine-Lécuyer, 02100 St-Quentin

Phone:

+33 3 23 06 93 98

Price:

2.63 € (-16 years old 1.62 €)

Opening hours

10am-noon, 2pm-5pm, Sat 10am-noon, 2pm-6pm, Sun 2pm-6pm - closed Tue, 1 Jan, 1 May, 14 Jul, 1 Nov, 25 Dec

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