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UN ANDRE HAMBOURG MUSEUM AT THE HEART OF THE FRANCISCANS

This museum is dedicated to the painter André Hambourg (1909-1999), most of whose paintings - 539 - were bequeathed to the City of Deauville by Nicole Hambourg, his wife. The marine painter, lithographer and designer has developed a figurative art which has found its source of inspiration on the Côte Fleurie. This donation is completed by a hundred works collected by André Hambourg or exchanged with other artists: Marie Laurencin, Foujita, Van Dongen, Derain ...

André Hamburg MuseumNaiad Plant
André Hamburg MuseumNaiad Plant

The inaugural chrono-thematic tour presents around a hundred works made up of paintings, drawings and photographs from the collection. Thanks to exceptional loans, artists from the end of the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries such as Boudin, Derain, Foujita, Marquet and Picasso joined the walls of the museum in order to contextualize the work of André Hambourg in the history of the French art of the twentieth century.

The André Hamburg Museum has two rooms on two levels which are organized around a central staircase. The route is punctuated by the screening of a biographical film as well as by three seats associated with multimedia terminals which allow the visitor to deepen their knowledge of the work of André Hambourg.

Guided tours, workshops, school sessions and mediation programs intended for families make it possible to retrace the artistic and historical environment of the twentieth century in its entirety.

 

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Les Tomates de Mougins - 1959 © André HambourgAndré Hamburg
The Mellah market - 1940 © André HambourgAndré Hamburg

Web series
Twelve personalities from the media and culture each comment on a work by André Hamburg.

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