Son of the artist Kikoine and a painter himself, Jacques Yankel donated his extraordinary collection of naive and popular paintings. The poetic 18th century college houses these works as well as the rare curiosity box from Bresse and the views of some remarkable artists of exotic worlds (R. Nivelt and H. Farey). Contemporary "marginal" artists leave their works there, as do painters who have stayed in Tonnerois such as Kikoine, Kremègne and others.
Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye, Musée Colette A printing museum. Saint-Sauveur-en-Puiaye offers an extraordinary art museum dedicated to the writings and person of Colette, one of the most remarkable figures in French literature.
The Loire is suggested in its long-standing activities, such as inland waterways, trade, traditional fishing, landscapes and landscaping. A collection of 20th century paintings, sculptures and pottery rounds of this tour of the Loire.