Built in 1965 on the site of the House and workshop of the sculptor Paul Landowski, this Museum and its collections were donated to the city of Boulogne-Billancourt in 1982 by the heirs of the artist. It presents the work of an internationally renowned artist who was prix de Rome for sculpture in 1900 and author of the famous Christ the Redeemer which overlooks the Bay of Rio de Janeiro.
The Museum presents sculptures and drawings that are representative of his work, both intimate and monumental, while the beer garden opens on his veteran David Rome Prize, and presents a critical set: the Temple of man, designed as a wide-ranging debate which was the 'great work' by Paul Landowski and humanist.
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14, rue Max-Blondat - 92100 - Boulogne-Billancourt - France