Le musée Ingres est installé dans l'ancien hôtel de ville, un ancien palais épiscopal des évêques de Montauban, construit au XVIIe siècle en France. Certaines de ses salles sont ouvertes aux visiteurs.↑ Veille Info Tourisme, p. 130↑ Laissez-vous conter le Musée Ingres

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  • Le musée Ingres est installé dans l'ancien hôtel de ville, un ancien palais épiscopal des évêques de Montauban, construit au XVIIe siècle en France. Certaines de ses salles sont ouvertes aux visiteurs.
  • The Musée Ingres (Ingres Museum) is located in Montauban, France. It houses a collection of artworks and artifacts related to Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, and works by another famous native of Montauban, Antoine Bourdelle. In 1851, Ingres, at 71 years of age, gave part of his collection, including copies, work of pupils, and Greek vases, as a gift to the city of his birth. The Ingres room was inaugurated in 1854. The death of Ingres in January 1867 led to a considerable enrichment of the collection with additional works, in particular several thousands of drawings. The museum is located in a building that once served as the residence of the bishops of Montauban. The structure belongs chiefly to the 17th century, but some portions are much older, notably an underground chamber known as the Hall of the Black Prince (Salle du Prince Noir). During World War II, the Musée Ingres served as one of the temporary places of storage for the Mona Lisa, evacuated from the Louvre at the beginning of the war. A renovation carried out between 1951–1958 made Musée Ingres a modern institution according to the designs of the time, equipped with additional inventories.Among the paintings by Ingres in the collection are the following:Joseph Ingres (1804)Jean-François Gilibert (1804)Lorenzo Bartolini (1805)The Dream of Ossian (1813)Christ Giving the Keys to St. Peter (1820)Roger Freeing Angelica (1841 version)Madame Henri Gonse (1845–1852)Jesus among the Doctors (1862)
  • O Museu Ingres é um museu da França, localizado na cidade de Montauban, afamado por abrigar importantes coleções de dois notáveis artistas naturais de Montauban: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres e Antoine Bourdelle.O museu está instalado em um prédio histórico que foi um palácio episcopal no século XVII. Seu maior atrativo são as coleções de obras de Ingres e Bourdelle, mas possui também um rico acervo de arte antiga e arqueologia.Alguns dos outros mestres que expõe são Andrea del Sarto, Giovanni Bellini, François Boucher, Philippe de Champaigne, Honoré Fragonard, Giulio Romano, Pieter de Hooch, Leonardo, Charles Lebrun, Bartolomé Murillo, Pietro da Cortona, Rembrandt, Rubens, Tintoretto, Jan van Eyck e Diego Velásquez, e diveros outros de grande fama. Sua coleção de Ingres foi doada pelo artista em testamento, e compreende cerca de 50 pinturas, desenhos e esboços, expostos em seis salas, dentre as quais são importantes o Rogério libertando Angélica (versão em tondo), Eva, O sonho de Ossian, e o Retrato de Madame Gonse. Outras coleções significativas são as de peças de Armand Cambon, pintor do século XIX, com dezenas de composições, e de Antoine Bourdelle, também com grande número de trabalhos entre esculturas e desenhos. O Museu mantém salas para arqueologia galo-romana, cerâmicas e faianças, e obras contemporâneas.
  • アングル美術館(Musée Ingres)は、フランスのモントーバンにある美術館である。主にドミニク・アングルの作品を所蔵している。また、モントーバン出身のアントワーヌ・ブールデルの作品もある。
  • Musée Ingres is een museum in het voormalige stadhuis van Montauban aan de Rue de l'Hôtel de Ville 19 in het Franse departement Tarn-et-Garonne.
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  • アングル美術館(Musée Ingres)は、フランスのモントーバンにある美術館である。主にドミニク・アングルの作品を所蔵している。また、モントーバン出身のアントワーヌ・ブールデルの作品もある。
  • Musée Ingres is een museum in het voormalige stadhuis van Montauban aan de Rue de l'Hôtel de Ville 19 in het Franse departement Tarn-et-Garonne.
  • The Musée Ingres (Ingres Museum) is located in Montauban, France. It houses a collection of artworks and artifacts related to Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, and works by another famous native of Montauban, Antoine Bourdelle. In 1851, Ingres, at 71 years of age, gave part of his collection, including copies, work of pupils, and Greek vases, as a gift to the city of his birth. The Ingres room was inaugurated in 1854.
  • O Museu Ingres é um museu da França, localizado na cidade de Montauban, afamado por abrigar importantes coleções de dois notáveis artistas naturais de Montauban: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres e Antoine Bourdelle.O museu está instalado em um prédio histórico que foi um palácio episcopal no século XVII.
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