Tourist Attraction in Arras: Arras Museum of Fine Arts
The Arras Museum of Fine Arts, founded in 1795 by revolutionary seizures, dates back to 1825 in the former Abbey of Saint-Vaast in Arras. Flemish and Dutch works with Jehan Bellegambe, Pieter Brueghel the Younger, Peter Wtewael, Balthasar van der Ast, Paul Rubens, Gerard Seghers, Jacob van Es, Barent Fabritius and Nicolas Maes Gerbrand van den Eeckhout are located in the museum's collection of paintings. from the Italian school, including Jacopo Bassano and the paintings of the series, The Nine Muses by Giovanni Baglione, as well as French paintings by artists such as Claude Vignon, Philippe de Champaigne, Gaspard Dughet, Jean Jouvenet, Sébastien Bourdon, Laurent de La Hyre, Charles Le Brun , Joseph Parrocel, Nicolas De Largilliere, Jean-Baptiste Oudry, Van Loo Carle, Louis Joseph Watteau, Joseph-Marie Vien, Camille Corot, Theodore Rousseau, Theodore Chasseriau, Eugene Delacroix. works in the museum: Engraving, Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen (1510) Triptych of Child Child Jesus, Jehan Bellegambe, oil on wood (1528) Saint Francis receives stigma, Rubens, oil on canvas (1615) Presentation of the Virgin to the temple, Philippe de Champaigne, oil on canvas (cardboard tapestries) Caton's death, Charles Le Brun, oil on canvas (1646) Achilles fight after the death of Patroclus, oil on canvas, James Durno. Portrait of a Young Woman, Oil on Canvas, Jacques Augustin Catherine Pajou, (1803). Disciples and holy women who raise St Etienne's body to bury him, Eugene Delacroix. Saulaie in Sainte Catherine near Arras, Camille Corot (circa 1855) The blessing of the fruits in Artois, Jules Breton, oil on canvas (1857) A musket, Jan Van Beers, oil on canvas (1874) Cesare, Adolphe Yvon, oil on canvas (1875) The Gleaner, Jules Breton, oil on canvas (1877) Grand'Place Arras, a market day, Charles Desavary, oil on canvas (1878) Painter Désiré Dubois painted outdoors, Constant Dutilleux, oil on canvas. In the collection of the objects of the arts it is necessary to observe in particular: Humbert angels and the angels of Saudemont dating back to 1260 and 1270 have a height of 1.30 m; they are gilded with matte gold and bright for those of Saudemont. These are excellent examples of the quality of medieval sculpture in northern France. Historic monuments have been classified since November 29, 1958. The originals are in the museum, while the copies are displayed respectively in the church of Humbert and in one of the chapels of Saudemont. A medieval death mask.