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A peek at a shop-window at Place Goudeau is all Le Bateau-Lavoir offers. Nevertheless, if you have made the effort to go all the way to Montmartre, it is worth a visit to appreciate the history of the place once you read up on it!
There is little to see in Bateau-Lavoir except for a shop-window on the lovely Place Goudeau. But, it's worth passing by remembering the incredible role the then shabby building played in early 20th century art history.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Paris was...More
Worth a look as you walk up the hill through Place Emile-Goudeau which is a lovely small park and connecting terrace where lots of buskers often play.Here is the former studios of Pablo Picasso one of Paris most famous artists who painted in Le-Bateau Lavoir.Musee...More
If you want to see the OUTSIDE of the building or check out the neighborhood of all the creative that lived there it is OK. There is no vie view of the inside/studios or rooms. Know your history/art history and get a feel for the...More
Like much of Montmartre you need a bit of imagination to appreciate the significance of this little building. 100 years ago it was the workshop of some of the greatest artists of the early 20th century. Matisse, Braque, Modigliani and most famously Picasso worked behind...More
Reserve a walk with a local art fanatic. Appreciate Montmartre and then come up to a beautiful square with benches, trees and a view of Montmartre below (about mid hill). Le Bateau Lavoir was burned down and rebuilt as it was originally. The window has...More
You should not visit the site as you will not like it. It sits just down the hill from SACRE COEUR KİLİSES, on the way to the Moulin Rouge. I visited Sept 2013 with my 17 yo son. Many tourists walked through the area yet...More
I am aware of the historical connection of this building to quite a number of later-famous artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, but really, from the outside, it's just a big hulking structure. Walk by if you're in the area, as we...More