the museum Tavet-Delacour is located at Pontoise, in the department of the Val-d'Oise in France. It is installed in a private mansion of the end of the 15th century formerly remains Vicar-general of Pontoise, built by the cardinal Guillaume d' Estouteville, archbishop of Rouen.
The Tavet-Delacour Museum preserves the historical collections of the city, but it east is exclusively dedicated today to the 20th century. Its collections of the 20th century (Arp, Matisse…) were primarily made up around the Freundlich Donation in 1968. The museum present of the traditional expositions at the 20th century, with the historical collections, and with those which concern the programming of the Musée Pissarro.
In addition to fabrics of Otto Freundlich (1878 - 1943), one of the precursors of the abstraction, the museum present within the framework of exposures of the medieval sculptures and the manuscripts of the 18th century.
SchedulesThe Museum is open Wednesday to Sunday of 10:00 to 12:30 and 13:30 with 18:00 (entered 4€, cheap rate 2€).
Addresses4, rue Lemercier - 95300 Pontoise
- Site of the museum
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