Fernand Léger has left a lasting impression on the 20th century through the power of his artistic language and his openness to the changes in the world. Paintings, sculptures, drawings, films, theatre sets, tapestries, mosaics, and ceramics make up the only collection in the world that covers the entire career of the painter. Created by architect André Svetchine in the heart of a Mediterranean park, the museum is surrounded by monumental sculptures.

Fernand Léger has left a lasting impression on the 20th century through the power of his artistic language and his openness to the changes in the world. Paintings, sculptures, drawings, films, theatre sets, tapestries, mosaics, and ceramics make up the only collection in the world that covers the entire career of the painter. Created by architect André Svetchine in the heart of a Mediterranean park, the museum is surrounded by monumental sculptures.

Programme

Des lettres dans un paysage, Fernand Léger, 1953
Des lettres dans un paysage, Fernand Léger, 1953

Paysages de Fernand Léger

After the "Léger and the Cinema" exhibition, the works are back on the walls of the Fernand Léger National Museum! Paintings, drawings, ceramics and tapestries will be presented according to a new thematic display, focusing on the landscape in the work of Fernand Léger (1881-1955). This exhibition is also an opportunity to present for the first time some of the museum's recent acquisitions, a collection that is regularly enriched.

Access

Musée National Fernand Léger
Chemin du Val-de-Pôme
06410 Biot
+33 (0)4 92 91 50 30
musee-fernandleger.fr

Every day: 10am - 6pm.

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PLACES TO DISCOVER

Musée d’histoire et de céramique de Biot : installed in a former hospital, this museum space offers an exceptional collection of jars made in Biot.
Centre d’art du verre Pierini : sculptures, limited series and monumental pieces in glass.
Galerie Gabel : gathers works of all sides, of confirmed or emerging artists (ceramists, painters, sculptors, glassmakers, mosaicists...).

PLACES TO STAY

Les Arcades : restaurant and hotel of 12 rooms, with authentic charm in the heart of the village of Biot.
La Bastide : rooms in a flowery and intimate atmosphere to enjoy a relaxing moment.

PLACES TO EAT

• La Table du musée : located in the garden of the Museum Fernand Léger, this restaurant offers fresh, local and organic products.
Les Terraillers : elegant restaurant with Provencal specialties.
Les Verriers : restaurant in a green setting, nestled at the foot of the medieval village of Biot.
L'Auberge Crêperie du Vieux Village : friendly place offering pancakes and crepes.
Café de la Poste : tasty Mediterranean cuisine in an authentic setting. From 13.50 euros for lunch.