After a massive 6-year renovation, the city’s fine arts museum reopened in 2016 with 30 percent more exhibition space and the addition of the Cube, a new building devoted to contemporary art. The vast body of its collection was amassed in the late 18th century by the Cacault brothers and features a fine array of paintings from the 12th to the late 19th centuries. The strong Italian representation (Perugino, Tintoretto, Gentileschi) is due to François Cacault’s travels as a diplomat. The municipality added to this foundation with purchases of 19th-century works by Delacroix, Rousseau, Renoir, and Gauguin, in addition to modern and contemporary artists.