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Saint-Paul-de-Vence is one of the French Riviera's most beautiful villages and has been home to a star-studded line-up of the world's greatest artists, painters, sculptors and actors. Its authentic charm, white-stone houses and narrow winding streets fascinated and enthralled Matisse and Chagall through the special light that blossoms here, and was once the stage on which the Montand-Signoret romance was free to flourish. Unique beauty in a village where art is revered like a religion!
Inaugurated in 1964 by André Malraux, the Maeght Foundation is a private modern and contemporary art foundation in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, just 25 km away from Nice. Tucked away in luscious grounds with sweeping views over the Mediterranean, the Maeght Foundation is a prestigious cultural hub and home to works by renowned artists such as Balthus, Braque, Calder, Chagall, Giacometti, Léger and Miró, as well as contemporary artists such as Adami, Arroyo, Tàpies and Monory. The outdoor spaces are beautifully orchestrated in a succession of sculpture gardens, courtyards, terraces, a chapel, a pool and patios.
Saint-Paul-de-Vence has been a spot for artists since the dawn of time. Go to meet an unusual artist, Jeremy Kleinberg, and you’ll be bowled over by his talent as he draws your portrait. You’ll be seduced by how he expresses human tones, by his free, instinctive and sometimes deconstructed lines, creating a relationship between rigidity and fragility.