Paul Dardé defined himself as 'stonemason' but he was also a draftsman. Some thirty drawings - depicting landscapes and architecture - are on show for a few weeks only in the Museum's graphic arts cabinet.
Paul Dardé (1888-1963) had the ambition to illustrate Shakespeare five main tragedies (Macbeth, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Hamlet). Starting with Macbeth, he produced hundreds of drawings, almost one per line.
Thirty of these drawings, illustrating Dunsinane' fortress in Macbeth, are exhibited for a few weeks in the cabinet of graphic art.