Musee Ingres BourdelleVue sur le pont vieux et le Musée Ingres Bourdelle
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the Ingres Bourdelle Museum houses

from violin to archer

The brand new Ingres Bourdelle Museum !

Since 13 December 2019, it has become the Ingres-Bourdelle Museum and presents major works by the painter Ingres and the sculptor Bourdelle.

Reopened since December 2019 after 3 years of work. In the former episcopal palace dating from the 17th century, the Ingres Bourdelle Museum houses works by two of Montauban’s most famous sons, the painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres and the sculptor Antoine Bourdelle. The museum exhibits an important collection of paintings by Ingres, as well as over 4000 of his drawings, one of the museum’s great assets. The Bourdelle collection also includes numerous sculptures by the master, such as
the monumental sculpture of Hercules the Archer, a masterpiece by the artist showing Hercules performing one of the twelve labours.

Opening hours and prices

Open every day except Monday from 10am to 7pm.

Exceptionally closed on 01/11/20

  • 8€ full price 8€, 10€ with guided tour
  • Reduced rates from 7€ to 4€, details on the Musée Ingres Bourdelle website
  • Online reservations