PAUL-DUPUY, MUSEE DES ARTS PRECIEUX
Tick-tock! The time has come to open the door to this museum and discover its collection of ancient clocks and its major archive of graphic arts and to learn what the ploughman’s tea was for!
Housed within a XVII Century mansion house, this museum owes its name and its existence to collector Paul Dupuy, a lover of decorative and graphic arts. Bequeathed to the city of Toulouse, the establishment currently brings together one of the very finest collections of ancient clocks, more than 6,000 drawings and 30,000 prints by regional artists, advertising posters (including one for that famous tea!), countless coins and medals, weapons, furniture, textiles and other objects that retrace the history of cinema as well as a reconstitution of one of the oldest pharmacies in France.
You can also attend workshops on drawing, photography, printing…
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