This charming village between fields and forest was a homestead to many painters who made the place famous throughout the world.
A village where the artists and peasants alike wore sabots, forerunners of a new genre. A small hamlet whose name was given to a famous painting school: the landscape painters. Theodore Rousseau arrived in Barbizon first, Millet joined him two years later, followed by the other Pre-Impressionnists, such as Corot or Daubigny.
At the Ganne Inn, they are given meals and lodging in exchange for paintings which decorate the wardrobes, sideboards, fireplaces. These places plunge you back in time, into the atmosphere of the artists who when working on the motifs of Nature, found the most beautiful subjects.
00 - introduction
01 - Musée-Departemental de l'école de Barbizon, Auberge Ganne
02 - La cle d'or
03 - Les Pommiers
04 - Maison de Théodore Rousseau
05 - Maison de Ziem
06 - Les Charmettes
07 - Atelier de Jean-Francois Millet
08 - Maison de Narcisse Diaz de la Pen
09 - La Flambee maison habitee par Barye
10 - Maison du peintre Charles Jacque
11- Le Bas Breau ancienne Auberge Siron dite Hotel de l'Exposition
12 - La Belle idée
13 - Villa-des-Artistes-2eme-auberge-de-Barbizon.
14 - La-maison-de-Charles-Jacque.
15 - Foret le Medaillon Millet Rousseau.
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Confort and services
- Spoken languages :
All year round, daily.