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Art at the Château

Bernard Magrez: Great Patron of Art 

For more than thirty years, Bernard Magrez has been collecting his favorites, bringing together great contemporary names such as Xavier Veilhan, Jean-Michel Othoniel and JonOne...

 

Find the 35 works of the Bernard Magrez Cultural Institute which are exhibited at Château Pape Clément.

 

Let yourself be guided by Art at Château Pape Clément, visiting the castle room by room, to discover its works of art and their explanations.

Bernard Magrez
Bernard Magrez

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Bernard Magrez
Bernard Magrez

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The Quartet:
4 exceptional musicians, 4 world-renowned instruments  

Lise Bertaud & François Salque
Lise Bertaud & François Salque

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Guillaume Chilemme & Nicolas Dautricourt
Guillaume Chilemme & Nicolas Dautricourt

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Le Quatuor en concert au Château Pape Clément
Le Quatuor en concert au Château Pape Clément

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Lise Bertaud & François Salque
Lise Bertaud & François Salque

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I entrusted to four classical musicians with promising talent, musical instruments reputed "world treasures" which I acquired:

A Stradivarius violin that Antonio Stradivarius designed in his golden period in 1713. It was entrusted to Nicolas Dautricourt.

A cello by Ferdinando Gagliano from 1788, the luthier considered number 1 in cello production. This was entrusted to François Salque.

A 1660 Cassini viola entrusted to Lise Bertaud.

A Nicolas Lupot violin made in 1795, it was entrusted to Guillaume Chilemme.

Bernard Magrez

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Francois Salque

Cello Ferdinando Gagliano 1788

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Guillaume Chilemme

Violin Nicolas Lupot 1795 

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Lise Berthaud

Viola Cassini 1660

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Nicolas Dautricourt

Stradivari Violin 1713