The work of the painter, watercolourist and aquafortist Théodule Ribot is fascinating, but it is not well known to the general public. His work can be found in numerous public collections in France and abroad. The exhibition Théodule Ribot (1823-1891). Une délicieuse obscurité, is an opportunity to admire the works of the artist who was inspired by ancient painting, from Rembrandt to Ribera, and who was admired by great names such as Rodin, Boudin and Fantin-Latour. His work, which is often obscure, is at once generous, original and moving. An event to discover as soon as possible in the heart of Toulouse. More information on the Musée des Augustins website