Outside the wind is strong. The sea is rough and you are inside, taking advantage of the beautiful morning light with a breathtaking view on the harbor entrance. But this is the museum of art. It has a wonderful collection of impressionists and early 20th century painters, all set in a perfectly lit by daylight succession of galleries. Although I know these works by now, it is always a pleasure to go back and admire them in this quiet, well designed environment. The feeling of comfort and serenity helps to appreciate even more the paintings by Monet, Marquet, Derain, Valloton, Boudin and many other artists. I just love the place. The only difficulty is the moiré effect produced by the texture on the windows that interfere with the camera digital sensor. But it makes an inserting disturbance when you blow up the pictures.