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Dijon Art Museum Librairy (1st floor)
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Le musée des Beaux-Arts a été fondé par décret des États de Bourgogne, le 30 novembre 17872, mais le projet remontait à 1783, à la décision de construire l'aile orientale du palais. Il fallait faciliter l’enseignement des élèves de l'école de dessin en rassemblant des œuvres qui pouvaient servir de modèle. Cette école originale, gratuite et ouverte à tous, fut créée par François Devosge, le 24 mars 1767. Le musée est placé sous la protection des États de Bourgogne, et abritait ses collections dans le salon Condé, conçu comme une galerie des batailles à la gloire du grand Condé, et la salle des statues ou "salle des antiques" où se trouvaient des copies d'antiques en plâtre et en marbre. Bibliothèque et documentation La bibliothèque, riche de 10.000 volumes, et le centre de documentation du musée sont ouverts gratuitement aux chercheurs le jeudi de 13h45 à 17h45.

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Caricate: 18/07/2011
Aggiornato: 16/10/2014
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