The museum exhibits the Saint-Servais native’s artwork, Yan’Dargent.
He was the cantor in his country. True autodidact, he was acknowledged as unique interpreter of Breton culture. His most famous masterpiece “Les Lavandières de la nuit” (“The Night washerwomen”) was noticed by Théophile Gautier in 1861. He also made the Breton legends famous and consequently inspired Walt Disney with some of his artistic creations. More and more visitors guided through the Parish Close also learn about his talent as a painter of the Sacred. Ancient canvas paintings, wall paintings and stained-glasses are also a must-see.