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Galerie David d'Angers

33 bis, rue Toussaint, 49100, Angers, France
+33 2 41 05 38 90
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If you appreciate sculpture, don't miss it

In the centre of Angers is this gallery in an old abbey showing some of the casts David d'Angers... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Angela B
Ely, United Kingdom
Wonderful Things

Like the Jean-Lurcat museum, this gallery is sited in a medieval buildings: this time a 12th... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Michelin M
Okehampton, United Kingdom
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33 bis, rue Toussaint, 49100, Angers, France
+33 2 41 05 38 90
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

In the centre of Angers is this gallery in an old abbey showing some of the casts David d'Angers made for his large commissions. They are amazing. You can also see some of his medallions and drawings.

Thank Angela B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Like the Jean-Lurcat museum, this gallery is sited in a medieval buildings: this time a 12th century abbey church in the centre of the city. The church fell into ruin but in 1984 it was restored and, daringly, a glass roof was added: this all...More

Thank Michelin M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

With entrances you could easily miss one of them, not from the castle, the entrance is through an old stone arch. The other entrance is a bright modern glass affair. Inside you will astounded by the detail of the statues and work pieces. The artists...More

Thank nickk355
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

Making the most of our Angers CityPass we popped into this gallery which occupies the site of a formal church. The ruins have been turned into a bright museum space by the use of copious amounts of glass. David Angers is a prodigious producer of...More

Thank David M
Reviewed 26 May 2017

This was a surprise thing to do when visiting the city. It's not in an obvious location, nor is it particularly well advertised, but it's a really great museum packed with things to do. Lots of information and impressive sculptures/copies of famous sculptures.

Thank Eddie S
Reviewed 19 May 2017

The setting of this gallery, an old abbey church, is outstanding as are the sculptures within. We had not heard of David but were so impressed by his works & will now remember who he was. Loved that he immortalized friends through making busts! Loved...More

Thank Lyn021
Reviewed 15 March 2017

Just found this gallery while wondering through town and what a hidden gem. The sculptures here were fascinating with a wide variety of subject. Interesting way to spend the afternoon.

Thank ladykf1
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Extraordinary exhibition in a very interesting location, just a short walk from the tourist office and chateau

Thank C H
Reviewed 29 July 2016

David D'Angers was not a sculptor that I had heard of prior to visiting Angers, but having gone round this gallery - and also had a chance to view his work elsewhere- I came to appreciate his talent. He completed numerous works for the Pantheon...More

Thank sheridan s
Reviewed 19 June 2016

Amazing waht they have done with this old church, the mod run roofing is fantasic and allows the light in the see the wonderful statues. It is not a massive collection which is nice as you don't have time to get bored, but a lot...More

Thank handbagsbrockham
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