Museum of Modern Art

The Museum’s collection brings together great artistic moments in France from the end of the nineteenth century up to the 1960s. Works by Daumier, Courbet, Seurat, Gauguin, Vuillard and Bonnard serve as an introduction to modern art. The Fauves (Braque, Derain, Vlaminck and Friesz) and the works of the School of Paris (Soutine and Modigliani) are being displayed, as are less well-known artists from the interwar years, such as Dufresne, Mare, de La Patellière and Dunoyer de Segonzac. Other essential names of the modern period are found in the collection : Rouault, Dufy, Delaunay, Gris, Metzinger, Marquet, Matisse, de Staël and Balthus. The Museum is known for having the largest public collection of the works of Derain, de La Fresnaye and Marinot. Sculpture is also well represented by Degas, Maillol, Czaky, Zadkine, Gonzalez, Despiau and Derain, without overlooking Picasso and his famous Le Fou from 1905. Also of note is the Art Déco glasswork by Maurice Marinot.

Museum: Museum of Modern Art
City: Troyes
Country: France
Address: Place Saint-Pierre