L'Angélus

The mosaic route

An open-air museum made up of twenty modern creations in Venetian glass by mosaic artists, based on original paintings by painters of the Barbizon school.

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Description

Barbizon, cradle of the painting movement of the same name, perpetuates its calling with this open-air museum in the footsteps of the landscape painters of the 19th century.

Along the Grande Rue and adjoining streets, in the creative spaces or in artists' residences, 20 original mosaics from Venice interpret the major paintings of Jean-François Millet, Jean-Baptiste Corot, Théodore Rousseau and more, inviting you to a "colourful" pictorial initiation.

A beautiful contemporary homage to landscape painters and a bucolic walk in the heart of the village, from the plain of Millet's Angelus to the edge of the Fontainebleau forest where the Painter's Path begins!

You will also like the Barbizon Painters' Museum.

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Community facilities

Access and contact

Place Marc Jacquet
77630 Barbizon

Days and opening hours

All year round.

Prices

  • Free

Tour

Spoken languages

  • French
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