The only museum in the world dedicated to the Impressionist painter Pierre Bonnard is 3km (1.75 miles) north of Cannes, in the suburb of Le Cannet. Portraits, sculptures, and sketches on display in this petite museum date from primarily between 1922 and 1947, the period during which the artist was a local resident. Temporary exhibitions, such as a recent celebration of Bonnard’s most lively canvases showing the belle époque high life, offer unique opportunities for a peek at privately owned paintings on loan from around the globe.
16 bd Sadi Carnot, Le Cannet
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours July–Aug Tues–Sun 10am–8pm (Thurs until 9pm); Sept–June Tues–Sun 10am–6pm Transportation Bus no. 1 and 4 from Cannes city center Phone 04-93-94-06-06 Prices Admission 7€ adults; 5€ ages 12–18; free for children 11 and under Web site Musée Bonnard Other Closed 3 weeks in Jan
Map16 bd Sadi Carnot, Le Cannet Cannes
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