The Genevan painter Barthélemy Menn (1815-1893), who taught Ferdinand Hodler, is being given centre stage at the Cabinet d’arts graphiques of the Museum of Art and History. It possesses around 3000 examples of his work, from which some 130 drawings, watercolours, studies and paintings have been selected for this exhibition. Loans from public and private collections complete the presentation.
Schedule Tuesday to Sunday: 11 am - 6 pm
Price Free entrance