Musée Eugène Boudin

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Created in 1868 by Alexandre Dubourg and Eugène Boudin, the museum has kept the spirit of its founders by presenting works by artists who, in the 19th century, drew inspiration from the region.

The museum presents an important collection of pre-impressionist and contemporary paintings of Norman painters who have stayed in Honfleur: Courbet, Boudin, Dubourg, Jongkind, Monet, Dufy, Friesz, Gernez, Hamburg, Herbo …

A room houses an important Norman ethnographic collection: headdresses, costumes, furniture …

The museum offers temporary exhibitions, installed in the museum’s chapel, as well as rotating presentations of the museum’s permanent collections: old toys, posters, paintings …