Chartres en lumières will return in April 2022!
And will take place until January 2023.

4 – The Fine Art Museum – Façade of honour

About the scenography

Artistic design: BK Digital Art Company

Scenography by BK Digital Art Company on the life of Jean-Moulin – Chartres in Lights

This scenography is based on the theme of Jean Moulin, prefect of Eure-et-Loir in Chartres and French resistance fighter. It addresses the highlights of his life through his writings and drawings (images, paintings, epistolary accounts, historical posters), which tell of his journey, his struggle and the message he left to France.


About the façade of honour of the Fine Art Museum

This building, which houses the Fine Art Museum, has known a turbulent history. The former bishop’s palace that welcomed King Henry IV for his coronation was here. There was also the castle of the bishop’s representative, built at the top end of the cathedral and demolished in the 17th century for the building of the present terraced garden and the bishop’s palace. The latter was renovated and enlarged in the 18th century. The building is classified as a historic monument and has housed the Fine Art Museum since 1939, after being used for the prefecture of the Eure-et-Loir.


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