Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Museum of the thirties

Museum of the thirties

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20 tour stops

1

Brief history of the museum

Brief history of the museum

2 min
2

Carlo Sarrabezolles, Pallas Athéné

Carlo Sarrabezolles, Pallas Athéné

2 min
3

Joseph Bernard, Woman with Child, circa 1912

Joseph Bernard, Woman with Child, circa 1912

3 min
4

Jan and Joël Martel, Trinity, 1929

Jan and Joël Martel, Trinity, 1929

2 min
5

Arbit Blatas, Le Café du Dôme, 1938

Arbit Blatas, Le Café du Dôme, 1938

3 min
6

Robert Humblot, The Horrors of War, 1937

Robert Humblot, The Horrors of War, 1937

3 min
7

Lempicka, Portrait of Thadeus Lempicki - On loan

Tamara Lempicka, Portrait of Thadeus Lempicki

3 min
8

Jean Despujols, The Fishing Party, 1925

Jean Despujols, The Fishing Party, 1925

3 min
9

Pierre Bobot, Pastoral Pleasures, 1936

Pierre Bobot, Pastoral Pleasures, 1936

3 min
10

Alfred Janniot, The Major Arts

Alfred Janniot, The Major Arts

3 min
11

Jean Souverbie, Earth, 1935

Jean Souverbie, Earth, 1935

3 min
12

Suzanne Castille, Mangbetu Woman, circa 1925-1930

Suzanne Castille, Mangbetu Woman, circa 1925-1930

2 min
13

Léon Cauvy, Ouled Naïls, 1932

Léon Cauvy, Ouled Naïls, 1932

4 min
14

George Desvallières, The Crucifixion, 1923

George Desvallières, The Crucifixion, 1923

3 min
15

Jacques Lipchitz, Pastoral, 1923

Jacques Lipchitz, Pastoral, 1923

2 min
16

Model of the ocean liner Normandie

Model of the ocean liner Normandie

2 min
17

Jules Leleu, Jean Prouvé

Interior Design for the Martel de Janville Sanatorium

2 min
18

Le Corbusier, Model of the Villa Cook

Le Corbusier, Model of the Villa Cook

3 min
19

Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann,Sideboard with Chariot,1922

Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann,Sideboard with Chariot,1922

3 min
20

Glossary

Glossary

 

Overview

Far from the tumult of the avant-garde, countless artists get lost in anonymity. This is one of the features and the originality of the Museum of the Thirties. Who are the artists known as the “minor masters” who nevertheless make it possible to rediscover the poorly known art history of the inter-war period? This stroll offers an opportunity to ask yourself some questions. What does fame depend on? Aren’t there any more discoveries to be made? Isn’t there any room for a revision of the official classifications? A little artistic overview to shake up our habits and tastes, not to mention fashions!

Enjoy your exploration made up of some delicious surprises and reveries.

Offline map included

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