• Historic site and monument

Tête de Femme

Created after the original work "Tête de femme" by the Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, this sculpture uses the illusionist colours, reliefs and materials of the painting.

Historic site and monument Tête de Femme Flaine


Flaine (74300)
Animals allowed

Erected on a metal frame not far from the Grandes Platières cable car and the Totem Friendly Hôtel & Spa, this work in composite panels stands out against the silhouettes of the surrounding fir trees. This painted sculpture was donated by the Scaler Foundation, a deposit of the Musée National d'Art Moderne.


Free access.


Animals allowed

The Flaine Art Centre organises a free guided tour of the resort every Tuesday at 2pm (in winter and summer, registration required).

Follow the director of the Art Centre through the twists and turns of Flaine, in pursuit of the history of Flaine and its little stories too...

Pablo Picasso's Tête de Femme is one of the buildings featured on this tour.

Pets must be kept on a lead in the resort.


All year round, daily.

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  • Pets welcome


Flaine Forum 74300 Flaine

The Tête de Femme is located at the end of the Flaine Forum.

To get there on foot, cross Flaine Forum in the direction of the Grandes Platières cable car. The structure is on the right-hand side of the Forum when you are facing the slopes. Coming by car? The nearest car park is P2, just before the entrance to Flaine Forum.

  • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
Mental Disability

The structure is visible from the tarmac areas of Flaine Forum, but you won't be able to get to the bottom of it in a wheelchair, as it's right in the middle of the snow.

Information update on 12/04/2024 by Office de Tourisme de Flaine