Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris
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Musée Marmottan Monet houses many of Monet's best works. This charming museum contains the largest Monet collection in the world, as well as works by Renoir, Manet, Berthe, Caillebotte, and Gauguin. For Musée Marmottan Monet and beyond, use our Paris tourist route planner to get the most from your Paris vacation.
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Nous avons beaucoup aimé l'exposition hodler Much et monet ; la comparaison de la vision de ces 3 peintres contemporains est vraiment bien faite. Collection permanente des tableaux de monet bien mise ... read more »We liked the exhibition Much hodler and monet. the comparison of the vision of these 3 contemporary painters is really well done. Permanent collection of monet paintings put in value and the floor very nice furniture back to Egypt. In short a museum-sized to visit!show original
Beautiful experience excellent piece of arts. There were a couple of groups but overall very pleasant and relaxing visit .
Muzeum nedaleko Bouloňského lesíka je naprosto okouzlující. Především pro fanoušky Clauda Moneta. Protože právě zde uvidíte ty nejkrásnější Monetovy obrazy ( některé pro mě dosud neznámé, byť Moneta m... read more »Bouloňského of the woods nearby the Museum is absolutely charming. Especially for fans of Claude Monet. Because here you can see the most beautiful Monet's paintings (many previously unknown to me, although I have a Monet "zkouknutého" in various museums. Beside the permanent collection, which donated the Museum Monetův son, but also other collections not only from the period of Impressionism, but also the Renaissance, is always on display and some exposure, this time, interestingly designed the exhibition, comparing the thematically similar paintings by Monet-Munch-Holdera. We enjoyed it very much!show original
Magnifique museum! I went to see the villa flora exhibition in January and very much impressed with the art works and the story behind the the theft of the solel le vant. A must for art lovers
One of my favorite museums in Paris. It's an old collector's collection of paintings, and they're all not only very pretty but very interesting to look at. A little out of the way, but well worth the trip.
Wonderful museum with masterpieces of Monet among others. The building itself is worth the visit. Be aware that this museum is private, so you have to pay the entrance on the otherwise free first Sunday of the month in the museums elsewhere.
This is the privately owned museum in Paris of Impressionist paintings and painters. It is an enriching experience and though it's often compared with the Orsay Museum, it truly stands on its own.
Paintings and art are great, the monument is beautiful but God, so many people, we ended up skipping the all collection cause we were twenty looking at a single painting.
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