Am a great fan of the painter and sculptor, so had to visit his house, which He designed himSelf, including the elegant furniture. The ground floor is still in good condition, just as he imagined it and is Art Nouveau to the nth degree, perhaps too much to live in but terrific to see. Such a pity the top floor was destroyed in the war. The little café in the garden is a good place to calm down afterwards, only had a coffee but the food looked and smelled good too.
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