Musée de Montmartre Jardins Renoir | Exhibition

Montmartre: an open-air set Member

from 12 April 2017 to 14 January 2018

10-12 rue Cortot - 75018 Paris

Montmartre - La Chapelle - 18e Arrondissement

Musée de Montmartre - Décor de cinéma © DR

Description

For the past several decades, French and international filmmakers such as François Truffaut, Jean Renoir and Woody Allen have chosen to shoot scenes in some of the best-known spots on Montmartre Hill. The Musée Montmartre is hosting an exhibition devoted to the cinema’s use of this legendary district’s streets, featuring posters, prints, costumes and scenes from the cutting room floor.

Audience

All public

Prices and times

10am to 7pm.

From 5,50€ to 9€

Methods of payment

  • CB/Visa
  • Eurocard/Mastercard
  • Chèque Vacances

Musée de Montmartre Jardins Renoir

Definitely Paris’s most charming museum, it was founded in 1960 in the oldest building in Montmartre, which was also home to a number of artists, including Auguste Renoir, Émile Bernard, Raoul Dufy, Suzanne Valadon, Maurice Utrillo and others. The museum displays a unique collection of paintings, posters and drawings that recount the history of Montmartre, including its artistic atmosphere and workshops, from the Bateau-Lavoir at the Cortot studio to the famous cabarets such as the Lapin Agile and the Moulin Rouge.
Hotel Demarne, a beautiful 19th century mansion, opened for the first time on 17 October 2014. This is where Claude Rose lived says Rosimond of Molière's troupe. Père Tanguy lodged here, and was a colour merchant of the Impressionist painters. Hotel Demarne has been completely redesigned to accommodate temporary exhibitions of a high level and a tea room on the ground-garden, the Café Renoir.
Suzanne Valadon came to live at 12 rue Cortot in 1898 and returned in 1912. She remained there until 1926 with her son Maurice Utrillo and his companion André Utter. Valadon remained famous for being one of the first women painters; as for Utrillo, he left unforgettable views of Montmartre. After decades of neglect, the reconstituted workshop is now open to the public.

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Musée de Montmartre Jardins Renoir

10-12 rue Cortot
75018 Paris
www.museedemontmartre.fr

  • Subway - Lamarck - Caulaincourt
  • RER - Gare du Nord - Magenta
  • Bus - 80, Montmartrobus
  • Montmartrobus (stop: Saules-Cortot)

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