Painting lesson at the Ferme Saint Simeon

Located in Honfleur, France, this beautiful Norman house of the 17th century was the artist haunt. The young masters of Impressionism liked painting, in the garden, the changing light of the Seine estuary.

To revive the past, we propose painting lesson with a Norman painter “Gervaise”.

She could be your private guide to visit “Eugéne Boudin” Museum.

Paint materials will be lent. Maximum of 4 persons per lesson . The painting lesson time will be confirmed in advance.

 

La Ferme Saint Siméon is a beautiful 17th Century Norman house located on the heights of Honfleur, boasting a panoramic Seine estuary view, whose lights fascinated the masters of impressionism. Today, the refurbished farm offers a gastronomic restaurant, a bar, lounge and smoking lounge featuring numerous impressionist and contemporary paintings bringing back an atmosphere of a bygone era. The 29 rooms and suites have been carefully decorated with ancient paneling, oaked flooring and noble materials culminating in a refined finish. Enjoy the spa and its original concept where treatments are carried out with a combination of local Bio products, including milk, apples, cereals and precious stones. With our art gallery and our painter on site, we propose our guests painting lessons in our rose gardens. They can sit where Monet, Corot, Jongkind etc… used to sit and paint the same landscape.

Our Concierge proposes our own shuttle service for airports transfers, professional guided tours etc… The historical center of Honfleur is only a few minutes walk from the hotel’s peaceful gardens. Only two hours drive from Paris, the hotel is an ideal starting point to discover Normandy, take a tour to the World War II D-Day beaches, the Cider and local cheeses routes, as well as Deauville, the famous cliffs of Etretat and the Mont Saint-Michel.

 

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