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Chapelle des Ursulines

Breton colour from Breton painters
Historic site and monument, Artist, Chapel, Museum, Fine arts at Lannion

  • This summer the Ursuline convent chapel at Lannion showcases the colourful work of Breton painters from the 19th Century to the present day.

  • The Ursuline convent chapel in the centre of Lannion is now a fantastic exhibition space with a generous 180m2 available to artists. From July 3 to September 19 this year it is hosting an exhibition of Breton painters past and present, in a tribute to pictorial art from the late 19th century and the Pont-Aven school to the present day. Work by over thirty artists is presented here, including pieces by Geneviève Asse, François Dilasser, Paul Elie Gernez, Yvonne Jean-Haffen, Jean Julien...
    The Ursuline convent chapel in the centre of Lannion is now a fantastic exhibition space with a generous 180m2 available to artists. From July 3 to September 19 this year it is hosting an exhibition of Breton painters past and present, in a tribute to pictorial art from the late 19th century and the Pont-Aven school to the present day. Work by over thirty artists is presented here, including pieces by Geneviève Asse, François Dilasser, Paul Elie Gernez, Yvonne Jean-Haffen, Jean Julien Lemordant, Lucien Simon, Paul Sérusier, Pierre Tal Coat, Maurice Denis and Jacques Burel, all of which reveal the artists’ very personal approaches to their art. This is a fantastic initiative arising from a partnership with the Roche Jagu departmental estate, the museums of Morlaix and Brest, and the Breton Regional Contemporary Arts Fund (FRAC - Fonds régionaux d'art contemporain).
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