Musée d'art moderne André Malraux

The MuMa of Havre possesses one of the biggest impressionistic collections of France, just behind the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.

The museum of the Fine arts of Havre was completely destroyed by the bombardments of the Second World War. André Malraux, then Minister of Culture, has made this museum one of the priority projects of the reconstruction of Le Havre. The architects had the idea to create a multidisciplinary space (exhibitions, workshops, library, etc.) in order to attract a largest public. The MuMa of Havre inspired in particular the Centre Pompidou.

There are different European painting's schools in the collections of the museum. 1500 paintings were saved during the war. The museum thirty impressionist paintings, including works by Monnet, Sisley, Renoir or Matisse.


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