Chemin des Collettes
The Renoir Museum is situated in the artist's former home in Cagnes-sur-Mer. After his death in 1919, the house was converted into a museum in his honour, bringing together some of his most significant works.
Domaine des Collettes is the quintessential Provencale house, surrounded by a beautiful olive grove and orchard which inspired many of Renoir's late paintings.
The collection includes a large selection of sculptures and, most significantly, a number of rich sun-drenched landscapes of the coast.