The museum consists of paintings, sculptures, and drawings by artists from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, mainly regional. The collection consists of major works bequeathed by the painter Firmin Salabert in 1895. Firmin Salabert was a pupil of Ingres, and probably one of the most remarkable. Brilliant portrait, he left many pastels and drawings of Romantic artists of the 1830s he accompanied in their trip to Paris and London. His work in the Museum of Fine Arts also includes romantic scenery of the Alps.