MUSÉE DES ARTS POPULAIRES :
Draguignan’s history and traditions
Spread over six rooms, the collection of the Musée Municipal d’Art et d’Histoire de Draguignan, in the Var hinterland, includes important works created between prehistory and the 19th century. Painting enthusiasts can marvel at the canvases of great European painters such as Rubens, Panini, Van Loo, Mignard, Boucher and Renoir.
In sculpture, Houdon and Claudel are also well represented.
One room is entirely devoted to local history and traditions. Discover the working conditions of farmers and workers in Provence in the 19th and 20th centuries through everyday objects from the farm and industry.