Treasures of the Dunkerque goldsmithy of the 18th century: conference with Sophie Warlop, director of the Dunkerque museums

Come and attend a lecture on the treasures of 18th century Dunkirk goldsmithing with Sophie Warlop, director of the Dunkirk museums.

©E. Watteau

Join Sophie Warlop, Director of Dunkerque Museums, for a conference on the treasures of 18th-century Dunkerque goldsmithery.

About the venue

1 place de l'évêché, 87000 Limoges
  • Monument historique
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  • Jardin remarquable
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  • Villes et Pays d'art et d'histoire
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  • Édifice religieux
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  • Lieu de culture, spectacles, sports et loisirs

The Fine Arts Museum of Limoges has as its setting the former episcopal palace built at the end of the eighteenth century; located between courtyard and garden, at the foot of the cathedral, the monument, classified under the title of Historical Monuments, has been completely restored as part of a complete museum restructuring led by the Parisian firm Philippe-Charles Dubois & Associés. The presentation of the collections, very rich, was reorganized into four departments spread over the three levels of the palace.

Musée des Beaux-Arts ©Vincent Schrive