From the Côte d'Azur to quiet village squares in the Vaucluse...
Images of Provence
Finally the time has come. From 9 June, we will once again be able to open the museum doors.
This year's exhibition once again shows in a moving way the painterly development of Werner Lichtner-Aix - the changing view of the experienced.
"In Provence I became a painter."
These are works from the early 1960s, from the time when the artist discovered Provence for himself, when caricature is also repeatedly found in his painting, when deserted village squares fascinate him as much as the colourful hustle and bustle on the French bank holidays, 14 July. The landscape of the Vaucluse, with Mont Ventoux towering over everything, is shown in wild colour compositions from the 70s to the landscapes reduced to the essentials from the late 80s, the sky and light pictures that make us forget time and space.
Since the unknown will continue to accompany us this summer, we have adapted our visiting hours to the circumstances and ask you to book your visit:
Wednesday to Saturday from 2 - 6 p.m. by appointment.
Closed Sunday to Tuesday and on public holidays
Telephone: 0033(0)4 90 70 01 40
We look forward to hearing from you and to your visit