OFFRANVILLE

Jacques-Émile Blanche Museum

Museums

The museum brings together paintings, complete literary works, souvenirs, letters and photographs of the artist on the same
floor of the building as the ‘Parc-Terrasse Gourmande’. Jacques Emile Blanche (1861- 1942) was a portrait artist to the distinguished for 60 years who lived at Offranville from 1902 until his death. He spent all of his summers at the Manor of Tôt, where
he entertained celebrities from the arts,
literature and politics.
Contact details

Jacques-Émile Blanche Museum

Maison du Parc du ColombierRue Loucheur

76550 OFFRANVILLE

Access

Public transport

Road (national / departmental)

Railway station

Phone : 02 35 85 19 58

Fax : 02 35 04 24 54

Booking

Recommended for groups

Rates

Gratuities
Free for groups
Free for groups
Means of payment

Carte bleue

Postal or bank cheques

Cash

Facility

Guided tour

Educational visits

Visits

VisitsIndividualGroup
Average time30 minutes30 minutes

Group

Maximum number of people 50

Further information

Environment : In the country, Village