The Ipoustéguy arts centre
3 bis Place de la Gare, 55110 Doulcon Country : France
Comité Départemental du Tourisme de la Meuse
On the offer
The Ipoustéguy arts centre is a multipurpose facility designed for every form of cultural expression. Since 2001, it has housed the world's largest collection of works (bronzes, marble sculptures, watercolours and charcoals) by Jean Robert Ipoustéguy, an internationally famous sculptor and artist who was born in Dun-sur-Meuse in 1920. He was a workaholic, creating 600 sculptures and hundreds of watercolours, drawings and paintings. His works can be seen all over the world, in the largest public collections and in cities known for their connections with the Arts e.g. Tokyo, Washington, Paris, Berlin, London etc.