Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Paul Belmondo museum

Paul Belmondo museum

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21 tour stops

1

The wealth of a donation

The wealth of a donation

3 min
2

Getting into the ambience: the studio

Getting into the ambience: the studio

4 min
3

“Schooling”

“Schooling”

4 min
4

Time spent posing, story of a model

Time spent posing, story of a model

3 min
5

Belmondo académicien

Belmondo académicien

3 min
6

Château Buchillot turns over a new leaf

Château Buchillot turns over a new leaf

2 min
7

Young Woman Walking, a contemporary casting

Young Woman Walking, a contemporary casting

2 min
8

Classic versus modern

Classic versus modern

3 min
9

Charles Despiau

Charles Despiau

3 min
10

Sculpting in colour

Sculpting in colour

2 min
11

Ève

Ève

4 min
12

The Algiers civic centre or community house

The Algiers civic centre or community house

4 min
13

Apollo, an artistic recurrence

Apollo, an artistic recurrence

3 min
14

1937 or the triumph of sculpture

1937 or the triumph of sculpture

4 min
15

The artistic 1%

The artistic 1%

3 min
16

No longer knowing where to look

No longer knowing where to look

3 min
17

Belmondo, portraitist

Belmondo, portraitist

3 min
18

Family reunion

Family reunion

3 min
19

René Collamarini or the art of carving

René Collamarini or the art of carving

3 min
20

Graphic riches

Graphic riches

3 min
21

Medals, an art that’s back in fashion

Medals, an art that’s back in fashion

3 min

Overview

When you walk into the museum dedicated solely to Paul Belmondo it’s a whole facet of the relatively unknown, not to say belittled, sculpture of the inter-war period that you are on the point of seeing. But, isn’t it one of the callings of museums to introduce less-exhibited artists, works and periods to the public? It is a question of casting your eye over and focussing on a traditional current of French sculpture, largely overlooked to the detriment of the avant-gardes. So, just like the Despiau-Wlérick museum in Mont-de-Marsan, La Piscine in Roubaix and the Museum of the Thirties in Boulogne-Billancourt, the Paul Belmondo Museum presents a significant collection of works bearing witness today to the diversity of sculptural creation. It’s up to you, now, to meet or rediscover Paul Belmondo.

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