Musee PEYNET et du Dessin Humoristique, Antibes

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Musee PEYNET et du Dessin Humoristique was opened in 1989 in France. It was named after Raymond Peynet, a well-known illustrator who resided in Antibes. When you enter the octagonal designed museum, you get a chance to view over 300 pieces of Peynet’s artworks. From etching and lithographs to watercolors, gouache and Indian ink. The collection includes his most famous work ‘Les Amoureux de Peynet’ or Lovers Peynet, an illustration of a violinist and his admirer at the Valence kiosk, which later transformed into a poet and his lover. Additionally, there are many of his humoristic drawings on display. Put Musee PEYNET et du Dessin Humoristique and other Antibes attractions into our Antibes day trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • The cartoons and caricatures were fun, Peynets creations of the lovers and his drawings were good fun and some very funny.  more »
  • I realize that the legacy of Peynet is important to the French. What's true is it is also important to me. I love Peynet's work. I want his larger legacy preserved in its entirety and available for.....  more »
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  • Cute and really funny illustrations.

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