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Musee Fabre

Musee Fabre, Montpellier, France

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Aigues Mortes painting reproduction, Jean Frederic Bazille
La Preghiera del Mattino painting reproduction, Jean Baptiste Greuze
La Toilette painting reproduction, Jean Frederic Bazille
Aigues Mortes
Jean Frederic Bazille
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La Preghiera del Mattino
Jean Baptiste Greuze
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La Toilette
Jean Frederic Bazille
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Portrait of Alfred Bruyas painting reproduction, Alexandre Cabanel
Self-Portrait painting reproduction, Alexandre Cabanel
Studio in the Rue de Furstenberg painting reproduction, Jean Frederic Bazille
Portrait of Alfred Bruyas
Alexandre Cabanel
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Self-Portrait
Alexandre Cabanel
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Studio in the Rue de Furstenberg
Jean Frederic Bazille
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The Roman Monk painting reproduction, Alexandre Cabanel
Vertumno e Pomona painting reproduction, Jean Ranc
View of the Village painting reproduction, Jean Frederic Bazille
The Roman Monk
Alexandre Cabanel
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Vertumno e Pomona
Jean Ranc
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View of the Village
Jean Frederic Bazille
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Musee Fabre Paintings

The Musée Fabre is a museum in the southern French city of Montpellier, capital of the Hérault département. The museum was founded by François-Xavier Fabre, a Montpellier painter, in 1825. Beginning in 2003, the museum underwent a 61.2 million euro renovation, which was completed in January 2007. It is one of the main sights of Montpellier and close to the city's main square, the Place de la Comédie. The museum's national importance is recognised by it being classified as a Musée de France by the French Ministry of Culture.


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