Camille Claudel Museum

Camille Claudel Museum

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  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2017-03-21
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 18.39 MB
  • Developer: OPHRYS Systèmes
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.

Camille Claudel Museum Description

Welcome to the Camille Claudel museum in Nogent-sur-Seine. Discover with this audio guide, on your own, with your family or in a group, the collections of the Museum, focused on sculpture in the days of Camille Claudel. PRESENTATION OF THE MOBILE APPLICATION The world's first Camille Claudel Museum is located in Nogent-sur-Seine, a town where, as an adolescent in 1874, the artist met sculptor Alfred Boucher whose support would be a determining factor in her future. The collection is made up of those assembled by Reine-Marie Paris and Philippe Cressent, acquired in 2008, to which were added purchases on the art market thanks to funds from the Patrimoine and the generosity of patrons. In terms of numbers, this is the largest collection in the world, with the forty one works on exhibit offering a full discovery of her artistic career. At the same time, the Museum's constituent collection of sculptures, including monumental works, from the end of the 19th century to the First World War, allows for understanding the artistic context in which Camille Claudel was trained, evolved, and had to assert herself. This application offers a unique itinerary in sculpted art of the latter half of the 19th century and early 20th century. Discover the Museum by accessing thirty commentaries amongst the works and themes of the collections of the Camille Claudel Museum which capture your attention. You can choose the mode of navigation by list or by keyboard. PRACTICAL INFORMATION AND ONLINE TICKETING Hours and prices : Public opening times of the Camille Claudel Museum Winter hours: 1 November-31 March Wednesday to Saturday: 11am-6pm Sundays: 11am-7pm Closed Monday and Tuesday Summer hours: 1 April-31 October Tuesday to Friday: 11am-6pm Saturday and Sunday: 11am-7pm Closed Monday Full price: 7€ Reduced price: 4€ Free admission for those under 25 Free admission for all the first Sunday of every month Access : Nogent-sur-Seine is located in the Aube département in the Champagne region. The entrance of the Camille Claudel Museum is at 10 rue Gustave-Flaubert. By train : Nogent-sur-Seine SNCF station is barely one hour from the Gare de l’Est station in Paris. The Camille Claudel Museum is ten minutes on foot from the railway station. To prepare your itinerary, consult the SNCF site (URL link). By car : Located 1hr 40' from Paris, the Camille Claudel Museum is linked to the capital by the major trunk roads A5 – exit 18, Troyes by the D619 (1hr), Reims by the D951 (1hr 45'), Sens by the D939 (45'), or Provins by the D619 (20'). Free parking is to be found at the Parking Fournier, 1 rue Paul-Fournier, or the church car park in the city centre. All levels of the Museum are accessible by lift. Activities : The Camille Claudel Museum offers guided visits, information sheets about the galleries as well as audio guides providing additional information about the collections. Audio guides, equipped with a magnetic buckle, are available upon request at the Museum's reception desk and allow for accessing the multimedia resources in the course of the visit. They are designed with freedom and conviviality in mind so that everyone can visit at his or her own pace, listening to the commentary that suits the visitor, alone, with family or friends. The Museum offers a wide range of activities for individual visitors and families: discovery and thematic visits, family activities, live show and much more! FURTHER INFORMATION ON : www.museecamilleclaudel.fr/en/ Crédits : Application mobile et audioguides réalisés par ORPHEO à partir du contenu textuel et visuel fourni par le musée Camille Claudel. Contenu textuel fourni par Françoise Magny, conservateur en chef honoraire, pour l’adaptation de l’audioguide adulte. © Musée Camille Claudel, Nogent-sur-Seine

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