Museum of the Annonciade, St. Tropez, France Photos

Museum of the Annonciade, 2 Place Georges Grammon, St. Tropez, France is located in a former 16thC chapel, near the St. Tropez harbor. Opened as a museum in 1937, the collection includes sculptures & paintings from 1890 to 1940, & focuses on artists who worked in St. Tropez during the post-Impressionist era.

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Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Entrance gate to Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Entrance to Museum of the Annonciade, former chapel turned museum. St Tropez, France.Ground floor gallery of Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Museum of the Annonciade (1510) (2 Place Georges Grammon). St Tropez, France.Entrance gate to Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Entrance to Museum of the Annonciade, former chapel turned museum (1937). St Tropez, France.Ground floor gallery of Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Three masted Le Félicie watercolor by Antoine Roux at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.View of St. Tropez at sunset in pine woods painting by Paul Signac at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Marseille, fishing boats & Fort St. Jean painting by Paul Signac at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Boats at Sea painting by Theodore Van Rysselberghe at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Three masted Le Félicie (Trois-mâts le Félicie) watercolor (1844) by Antoine Roux at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.View of St. Tropez at sunset in pine woods (Vue de Saint-Tropez, coucher de soleil au bois de pins) painting (1896) by Paul Signac at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Marseille, fishing boats & Fort St. Jean (Marseille, barques de pêche ou le Fort de Saint-Jean) painting (1907) by Paul Signac at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Boats at Sea (Voiliers sur la mer) painting (1900) by Theodore Van Rysselberghe at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Annette's Soup painting by Edouard Vuillard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Interior with Two Chairs painting by Edouard Vuillard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.St. Tropez houses on Port painting by Albert Marquet at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Port of St. Tropez painting by Henri Lebasque at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Annette's Soup (La soupe d'Annette) painting (1900-1) by Edouard Vuillard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Interior with Two Chairs (Intérieur aux deux chaises) painting (1901) by Edouard Vuillard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.St. Tropez houses on Port (Saint Tropez, Les maisons du Port) painting (1905) by Albert Marquet at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Port of St. Tropez (Port de Saint-Tropez) painting (1906) by Henri Lebasque at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Farmhouse with red roof painting by Pierre Bonnard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Pink Road painting by Pierre Bonnard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Draped Bather bronze sculpture by Aristide Maillol at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Centerpiece of Three Nymphes, called La Nymphe bronze sculpture by Aristide Maillol at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Farmhouse with red roof (La ferme au toit rouge) painting (c1923) by Pierre Bonnard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Pink Road (La route rose) painting (1934) by Pierre Bonnard at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Draped Bather (La Baigneuse drapée) bronze sculpture (1921) by Aristide Maillol at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.Centerpiece of Three Nymphes, called La Nymphe bronze sculpture (1930) by Aristide Maillol at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.
Collection of ivory objects from Meiji era from Japan at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.


Collection of ivory objects from Meiji era (1868-1912) from Japan at Museum of the Annonciade. St Tropez, France.



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