From Emile Bernard to Picasso, the quintessential seaside resort
Dinard and the surrounding area
The beaches of Dinard became famous in the middle of the 19th century. A chic and wealthy clientèle built luxurious villas and delighted in the opening of a golf course and a casino. Eugène Isabey painted Saint-Enogat beach. Emile Bernard, Paul Signac and Henri Rivière revealed the Saint-Briac coast. In summer 1922, Picasso settled in Villa Beauregard with his family. In around 50 paintings, such as “Family at the seaside” or “Two women running on the beach”, he conveyed the exhilaration of a sunny summer by the sea.