When visitors cross the museum threshold, they enter what was the private residence of a pair of inveterate collectors who devoted their entire lives to building their artwork collection.
Built by Edouard André and his wife Nélie Jacquemart, both avid art collectors, in the new Paris being laid out by Baron Haussmann towards the end of the 19th century, this private mansion offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore a wealthy 19th century home, with its state rooms, monumental staircase, winter garden, private apartments, reception areas and more.
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Formerly a private mansion and studio built in the 19th century, the Museum is dedicated to the work of Jean-Jacques Henner (1829-1905).
Built for the Universal Exhibition in 1900, the Grand Palais has the largest glass roof in Europe. Major exhibitions are held in the Galleries.
There is a great variety of artefacts in the museum, donated by enthusiastic and eclectic collectors.
This space in Paris presents "must-see" exhibitions on leading artists.
This museum was chosen and arranged by Claude Monet to showcase his masterpieces "Nympheas. The museum also includes a large gift of masterpieces.