Home of the sculptor Félix Charpentier (1858-1924), the Villa Charpentier presents a collection of works and sketches of the artist who created numerous busts and statues, notably commissioned by public institutions.

Félix Charpentier, an artist and sculptor of Provencal origin, built this villa in 1897 in the native village of his wife Léa, who was also his model, as their country home. The house is still owned by the fourth generation of the artist's descendants. The house contains not only the sculptor's studio collection, which was brought together here after Lea's death in 1935 and the sale of the Parisian studio on rue de Ridder, but also numerous works of art, paintings, furniture and memorabilia from that period. You will be charmed by the atmosphere of the place, which has kept its authenticity and the "Belle Epoque" atmosphere. Visits to the studio and the house are guided and access to the two-hectare park of the property is free. Félix Charpentier, an artist and sculptor of Provencal origin, built this villa in 1897 in the native village of his wife Léa, who was also his model, as their country home. The house is still owned by the fourth generation of the artist's descendants. The house contains not only the sculptor's studio collection, which was brought together here after Lea's death in 1935 and the sale of the Parisian studio on rue de Ridder, but also numerous works of art, paintings, furniture and memorabilia from that period. You will be charmed by the atmosphere of the place, which has kept its authenticity and the "Belle Epoque" atmosphere. Visits to the studio and the house are guided and access to the two-hectare park of the property is free. Félix Charpentier, an artist and sculptor of Provencal origin, built this villa in 1897 in the native village of his wife Léa, who was also his model, as their country home. The house is still owned by the fourth generation of the artist's descendants. The house contains not only the sculptor's studio collection, which was brought together here after Lea's death in 1935 and the sale of the Parisian studio on rue de Ridder, but also numerous works of art, paintings, furniture and memorabilia from that period. You will be charmed by the atmosphere of the place, which has kept its authenticity and the "Belle Epoque" atmosphere. Visits to the studio and the house are guided and access to the two-hectare park of the property is free.

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  • Saturday : from 14h00 to 18h30
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  • Friday : from 21h00 to 22h30
  • Saturday : from 14h00 to 18h30
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  • Sunday : from 14h00 to 18h30
Prices
  • Full adult price From 6.50€
  • Group rate From 6€
Museum - Interpreting centre, Park and garden
61 rue Saint Lubin
28480 CHASSANT