Permanent collection of selected paintings by Ksenia Milicevic. Sculptures of Christopher Stone and Gerard Lartig Temporary exhibitions, lectures, workshops for adults and children.
Saint Frajou, small village of 183 inhabitants, is part of the canton of L'Isle en Dodon, Haute Garonne. The village takes its
name from Saint Fragulphe, martyred by the Saracens in the eighth century. He fought against the invaders and was beheaded. Legend says that the head of Fragulphe rolled to a stone where three
drops of blood remain indelible. To this place immediately sprang a fountain.
The fountain still exists and have many visitors.
St. Frajou is the smallest village in France with a museum of paintings.