Do not forget to visit the Galerie David d'Angers during your visit to Angers. The Onepark service makes it easy to find your parking space near this annex of the Musée des Beaux-Arts.

Location of the David d'Angers Gallery

The David D'Angers Gallery is located at 33 bis Toussaint Street, in Angers. It is located inside the former Toussaint abbey.

History of the David d'Angers Gallery

Pierre-Jean David, nicknamed David d'Angers was an Angevin sculptor, draftsman and medalist who lived in the 19th century. From 1811, he began to offer his works to the city, including 3 sculptures rewarded. In 1939, the municipality decided to present the creations of this master-sculptor in the refectory of the Museum of Fine Arts. In 1980, the artist's works were transferred to the former Toussaint abbey. After the complete renovation of the abbey church Toussaint, the David D'Angers Gallery was inaugurated on May 22, 1984.

The specificities of the Galerie David d'Angers

The David d'Angers Gallery contains 985 works by the artist, including busts, medallions and statues. You will find busts of Victor Hugo, François-René de Chateaubriand, as well as statues representing the Marquis de Bonchamps or Ambroise Paré.

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