Antoine Lecuyer Museum, located in Saint-Quentin (Aisne), houses a collection of pastels by Maurice Quentin de La Tour and a collection of works and objects of art from the eighteenth to the twentieth century.
To present the workshop funds Quentin de La Tour in a specific place and worthy, the banker Antoine Lecuyer, offers his mansion in 1877. This became the museum Antoine Lecuyer. It was inaugurated in 1886 and has pastels by Maurice Quentin de La Tour and collections bequeathed to the museum of arts. Almost totally destroyed during the First World War, it was rebuilt in 1932 by Paul Bigot, to showcase the works of pastel.