Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris
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Housed in a 19th-century mansion decorated in period style, Musée Jacquemart-André features the paintings, sculptures, furniture, and antiques collected by Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart. Your visit to the mansion includes five sections, each with its own ambiance and works of art. The State Apartments reflect their fascination with the French school of painting and 18th century decorative art. The informal Apartments are decorated in a refined style, while the Private Apartments on the ground floor give the museum the feel of a family home. The Winter Garden shows off the art of entertaining, while the Italian Museum features sculpture, as well as Florentine and Venetian galleries. A visit to Musée Jacquemart-André represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Paris trip itinerary builder to plot your vacation.
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Magnifique, l'éclairage des tableaux les rend encore plus sublimes. J'ai vu le Musée REMBRANDT à Amsterdam il ne faut pas le rater.Beautiful, lighting of tables makes them even more sublime. I saw the REMBRANDT Museum in Amsterdam should not miss it.show original
Une très belle expo sur Rembrandt, beaucoup d Œuvres dont certaines majeures. Je conseille de prendre l'audio guide. D'autre part le musée en lui-même vaut le coup d'œil. On imagine facilement comment... read more »A very beautiful expo on Rembrandt, lots of Œuvres including some major. I advise to take the audio guide. On the other hand the museum itself is worth the glance. You can imagine how the couple Jacquemart André lived...show original
un endroit cosy,discret,élégant!!! la Renaissance italienne ,un vrai bonheur!!! un conseil:à11h45 présentez vous pour déjeuner au salon de thé,vous ne serez pas déçu.a cosy, discreet, elegant place! the Italian Renaissance, a real treat! a Council: a11h45 introduce you to lunch at the tea room, you will not be disappointed.show original
Everything was lovely. The high ceiling room decorated with antiques and painting, warm staff, good brunch, tasty ice cream. I will definitely come back again.
Jennifer's Top 10 Museums in Paris My god! What a discovery! A mansion for Venetian/Dutch/Flemish painting connoisseurs. Glimpse of life into 17th-18th century French aristocratic life. - Time Needed for Visit: 1.5 hours with included audio guide. - Price: 12 euros. 10 euros for students. - Pictures allowed inside: Yes. Make it an afternoon long visit and check out the highly rated Parisian café afterwards. :)
Very beautiful bourgeois mansion , right on boulevard Haussmann. This mansion was built in the late 19th century by a couple of art collectors. The mansion itself is worth seeing with a great collection of French and italian art ( paintings,frescos , sculptures ) as a permanent collection.
The restaurant is a great place to have lunch. The garden is lovely and their salads big enough to accommodate a regular guy.
Great exhibition, but there isn't enough room to visit it quietly
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