Visit the Bourdelle Museum during the Night of Museums
Publish on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 in Exhibitions and Museums
The unique Musée Bourdelle in the heart of the 15th arrondissement of Paris is full of beauty and surprises. Discover this art museum and preserved studio on the occasion of the Night of Museums on Saturday, May 19th. Prepare to be amazed by so much magnificence just a few steps from the Hotel Convention Montparnasse!
The Bourdelle Museum; the artist's temple of creation
Entering the Musée Bourdelle offers a trip back in time during which you can imagine meeting the artist, seeing him work on his creations, walk in the lovely gardens, take a seat and meditate ... Everything in this studio has been carefully preserved since the death of the sculptor and painter Antoine Bourdelle in 1929. The Museum displays the works of this influential genius, as well as items from his personal art collections. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit during the Night of the Museums.
The Bourdelle Museum; glorious gardens
Far from the frenzy of the area around the Gare Montparnasse and the bustle of Paris, the Musée Bourdelle gardens offer a tranquil space for daydreaming and meditation. Here the artist’s most beautiful and famous sculptures are exhibited, inviting you to wander among the wild grasses and relish the transcendent power of these superb bronzes.
The Hotel Convention Montparnasse, your Parisian accommodation
Warm and pleasant, the Hotel Convention Montparnasse offers comfortable rooms and quality service. Located in the peaceful 15th arrondissement, on the Left Bank of the Seine, the hotel boasts 37 rooms, each equipped with a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV. You can enjoy a hearty and healthy breakfast for the ideal start to your day in Paris. The hotel is also accessible for people with reduced mobility. Book your stay on our official website now!
Photo credit : la parisienne de photographie- agence Roger-Viollet, Mairie de Paris (C. Réquillart, Fr. de Chazournes, Ph. Ladet, Pierre Antoine, Jean-Olivier Rousseau)