An artistic journey
with Jean-Michel Folon
Associating my name with a chapel in Saint-Paul will be an expression of my love for all those in the village whom I have loved, because it is a life centre. And as Picasso said, art and life are one.
Jean-Michel Folon: guide to diversity , creativity and embracing the world
In 2018, Saint-Paul de Vence has celebrated the 10th anniversary of Folon’s chapel - the region’s last artist’s chapel. Jean-Michel Folon’s masterpiece still fills visitors’ hearts and minds with light through the «white penitent» values of love and sharing.
The Belgian artist discovered Saint-Paul de Vence in the mid ‘70s. The village chapel and its illustrations, paintings and sculptures constituted his last project, conveying the universal values of love and peace.
PLEASE NOTE: the Chapelle Folon will be exceptionally closed on Monday 24 and Thursday 27 January 2022.
OPEN EVERY DAY
From 1 May to 30 September: 10am to 12.30pm and 2pm to 6pm.
From 1 October to 30 April: 10.30am to 12.30pm and 2pm to 4pm.
The Folon Chapel is closed in November, on December 25th and January 1st.
One price : 3 €.
Free for children under 12.
Family Pass: 2 adults + 2 children over 12 years old: €9.
Tickets on sale opposite the chapel at the Musée d'Histoire Locale.
Tel. +33 (0)4 93 32 41 13More details
Visit the Folon Chapel with a tour guide from the Tourist Information OfficeBook a tour
Travelling with Folon...
In the 1990s, having exhibited his works in the most prestigious venues and earned international acclaim, Jean-Michel Folon floated the idea of setting up a foundation which would bring together in a single place the works he kept during his 40-year artistic career.The Folon Foundation in La Hulpe
In a journey through Folon’s work, the Foundation presents the artist’s many facets: watercolours, engravings, stained glass, sculptures, etc…Discover the Folon Foundation in video
The world of Folon continues in the Local History Museum Shop, Place de l’Eglise,
opposite the Chapel.
Choose from a selection of cards, notebooks, posters, bookmarks and colouring books inspired by Folon’s work.