Créations Boselli

Jean-Pierre Boselli, a native of Grasse, the son and grandson of perfume-plants producers, grew up in the world of flowers and fragrance, which naturally forged his ultimate artistic propensities.

Wood, a material second nature to him, was a way for him to combine his two passions, perfume and wood, following an inspiring television program on bottles.

ATELIER AFRIKAVELDE

Visit of the showroom, sale of paintings, drawings, India ink and books written by the artist.
Note that this space is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

The exhibition space presents the paintings of Karine Van de Velde whose theme is resolutely orientalist.
Visitors will be able to leave for an exotic journey in his world of painter and writer.

ATELIER RICHARD LESSAULT

From scrap (iron, metal, steel, plastic ...) recovered from individuals, craftsmen, farmers, industrial waste collectors, I create contemporary sculptures (especially zoomorphic).

My works are of various sizes (pocket to monumental!), Both for the interior and exterior (the paints used are body paints or anti-rust, varnishes of Rustol).

The recovery of materials (old tools, obsolete stocks ...) was essential for my first sculptures in a concern of economies and reduction of the costs.

Théâtre De Grasse

It had been more than 13 years since the Théâtre de Grasse had not experienced such a major renovation.

Our theater is now ready to welcome you in conditions of exemplary comfort. Feel at home in this setting of almost 500 seats where everyone, in an exceptional proximity with the stage, can believe that the artists speak only to him alone.

These long works have allowed the construction of a lift for the reception room of 11 people in a wheelchair.

Fragonard museum

The Fragonard Museum is set within the Hôtel de Villeneuve, a magnificent historic building that has reclaimed its original luster of a grand 18th-century Grasse mansion.

Dedicated to Grasse’s most famous son, painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806), the museum displays over a dozen major works by this great artist.

It also houses a collection of paintings of two other Grasse artists, Marguerite Gérard (1761-1837) and Jean-Baptiste Mallet (1759-1835).

Fragonard Villa Museum

This elegant, late-17th century country manor, boasting a magnificent garden, houses the works of the famous Grasse painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard and his descendants. 

This gallant champion of love painted four beautiful scenes entitled The Progress of Love for Comtesse du Barry, the King’s mistress. 

Today, replicas of these beautiful paintings adorn the salons of the museum.