Paris Museum Picasso, open for visits in 1985, is located in the historic part of the city. The museum building, decorated in a classic style, was built in the XVII century and changed several owners. Once there was an Embassy of Venice and the Art School. Only in the middle of the XX century the building was reconstructed and transferred to the museum.
The entire exhibition of the exhibition is fully dedicated to the creative path of Pablo Picasso. The museum foundation is spent about 4 thousand samples, and everything is somehow connected with the work of the artist. All exhibition halls are thematically separated, each of them means a certain life of Picasso. Museum staff managed to streamline all works by defining the exact dates of their creation. Here you can meet paintings in the style of cubism and neoclassicism, consider graceful sculptures and bas-reliefs, look at unusual collages and drawings.
The first floor of the museum is dedicated to the workshop Picasso. Here you will learn where and how famous maestro brushes worked out his masterpieces. On the 2nd and 3rd floor, numerous works of the master were exhibited, and on the 4th floor, a demonstration of works of friends and relatives of the artist was organized.
When visiting the exhibition, tourists can take advantage of a single museum map, which will save time will save. It is worth noting that the first Sunday of the month visiting the museum is absolutely free.