Audio tour

Audio tourMontparnasse: Mondriaan and Other Dutch Painters (2)

2 sights

  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    IMPORTANT!
    READ THIS FIRST!

    Please read this introduction before pressing ‘Start’. You can also listen to it if you prefer. To start the audio version, simply scroll to the end of the introduction and click on the pictogram. The introduction offers an overview of Dutch painters and sculptors who lived in Montparnasse, and gives tips on how to use the audio tour.

     
    Introduction

    As in the first part of this audio tour, Piet Mondriaan and Karel Appel are the best-known Dutch artists associated with Montparnasse. But in this part, again, you will encounter many other Dutch painters and sculptors and their famous French fellow artists from the 19th and, above all, the 20th centuries.
     
    If you would like to know more about Dutch painters in Montparnasse, try part 1 of the ‘Montparnasse: Mondriaan and Other Dutch Painters’ audio tour.
     
    If you would like to know more about Dutch painters in Montmartre, we recommend the ‘Montmartre: Van Gogh and Other Dutch Painters’ audio tour.
     
    Now press 'Start' and enjoy your walk around this part of Montparnasse. We start at bookshop and gallery L’Esthétique at 90 Boulevard du Montparnasse, where Piet Mondriaan exhibited work in 1927.
     
    The audio information will start to play automatically when you enter the GPS zone around each stop. If the audio does not start, you can either read the information, or start the audio manually by tapping the number of the stop on your screen.
     
    We have included images for each stop, to illustrate the audio content. We hope you enjoy your walk!

  3. 1 L’Esthétique bookshop and gallery
  4. 2 Le Falstaff
  5. 3 Mark Brusse's Studio
  6. 4 Bram van Velde's studio
  7. 5 Piet Mondriaan’s studio apartments
  8. 6 Kees Maks’ studio
  9. 7 Jean Pons’ lithography workshop
  10. 8 Frederik Kaemmerer’s studio
  11. 9 Studios of Corneille and Charlotte van Pallandt
  12. 10 Académie Julian
  13. 11 Ary Scheffer’s studio
  14. 12 Karel Appel’s home and studio
  1. Audio tour Summary

    IMPORTANT!
    READ THIS FIRST!

    Please read this introduction before pressing ‘Start’. You can also listen to it if you prefer. To start the audio version, simply scroll to the end of the introduction and click on the pictogram. The introduction offers an overview of Dutch painters and sculptors who lived in Montparnasse, and gives tips on how to use the audio tour.

     
    Introduction

    As in the first part of this audio tour, Piet Mondriaan and Karel Appel are the best-known Dutch artists associated with Montparnasse. But in this part, again, you will encounter many other Dutch painters and sculptors and their famous French fellow artists from the 19th and, above all, the 20th centuries.
     
    If you would like to know more about Dutch painters in Montparnasse, try part 1 of the ‘Montparnasse: Mondriaan and Other Dutch Painters’ audio tour.
     
    If you would like to know more about Dutch painters in Montmartre, we recommend the ‘Montmartre: Van Gogh and Other Dutch Painters’ audio tour.
     
    Now press 'Start' and enjoy your walk around this part of Montparnasse. We start at bookshop and gallery L’Esthétique at 90 Boulevard du Montparnasse, where Piet Mondriaan exhibited work in 1927.
     
    The audio information will start to play automatically when you enter the GPS zone around each stop. If the audio does not start, you can either read the information, or start the audio manually by tapping the number of the stop on your screen.
     
    We have included images for each stop, to illustrate the audio content. We hope you enjoy your walk!

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