Musée du Cloître de Tulle

The Musée du Cloître de Tulle, an art and history museum housed in the former Saint-Martin de Tulle abbey, gathers testimonies of daily life in Bas-Limousin from various scientific disciplines: archaeology, ethnology, the history of technology, religious art and music. Many paintings and drawings are also kept there.
The museum has agreed to reproductions of Gaston Vuillier’s extensive watercolour collection being included in BÉROSE. These images are presented in an image library belonging to the topical dossier dedicated to Gaston Vuillier.

 Adress :
Musée du Cloître André Mazeyrie
Place Monseigneur Berteaud
19000 Tulle
 Tél. : 05 55 26 91 05
 Website :
 Contact : Karine Lhomme, Curator


— “Musée du Cloître”, Ville de Tulle. URL : (Visited on 16/04/2015).
— Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, “Musée du Cloître de Tulle André Mazeyrie”, MUSEOFILE, Répertoire des musées français. URL :>]. (Visited on 16/04/2015).

 Image : “Cloître de la cathédrale Notre-Dame (Tulle, Corrèze)”, by Momory22 [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons.