Anatole Yakovsky International Museum of Naive Art

Anatole Yakovsky International Museum of Naive Art

Nice

Anatole Yakovsky International Museum of Naive Art: international collection of naïve art from the 18th century to present day
Housed in the former residence of the perfume maker François Coty, the Anatole Yakovsky International Museum of Naive Art was opened in 1982 thanks to Anatole and Renée Jakovsky’s donations: 600 canvas, drafts, engravings and sculptures from the 18th century to present day.
The Anatole Yakovsky International Museum of Naive Art exhibits a collection of the best works of art of famous international artists such as Bauchant, Bombois, Rimbert, Séraphine, Croatian, Haitian and Brazilian painters. It also hosts several interesting temporary exhibitions.
Anatole Yakovsky International Museum of Naive Art
Château Sainte-Hélène, avenue de Fabron
Tel. 04 93 71 78 33
Open 10am-6pm
Closed on Tuesdays and public holidays

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