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Nogent-sur-Seine Welcomes Musée Camille Claudel

In 1902, sculptors Alfred Boucher and Paul Dubois helped open the first ever museum in their hometown of Nogent-sur-Seine, an hour outside Paris, by donating works from their personal collections. Amongst the works were three sculptures by Camille Claudel, a one-time pupil of Boucher. The museum was pillaged after World War II and briefly became a school. Then in the 1970s it was restored to the Musée Dubois-Boucher. Now it has been transformed once again into a museum dedicated to Claudel.&n...

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